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There are renewed fears of violence after Marikana miners downed tools and embarked on a wildcat strike.
The Marikana Comission will find out soon whether the inquiry will move to Pretoria or not.
Advocate George Bizos said the general’s testimony on the Marikana operation does not make sense.
Major General Charl Annandale says he was called to Marikana to deal with the escalating violence.
Arguments to have the venue moved will only be heard when advocate Mpofu returns.
Police chief Riah Phiyega said Lonmin management only wanted to negotiate with the Num.
Adv Dali Mpofu says police should be investigated for allegedly tempering with Marikana evidence.
Top cop Riah Phiyega says Zukiswa Mbombo was more than qualified to handle the Marikana violence.
Top cop Riah Phiyega says police must take more responsibility for their actions in Marikana.
Top cop Riah Phiyega says she might have to rethink her stance on the Lonmin shooting.
Riah Phiyega again faced criticism yesterday for not verifying the facts about events at Marikana.
Riah Phiyega is expected to face tough questions at the Marikana inquiry about the police's conduct.
SA’s police chief testified that she sympathised with the families of Marikana victims.
Proceedings had to be wrapped up today at the Marikana inquiry after video footage was played.
Mining union Amcu says it has called off a strike at Lonmin's Marikana Mine.
The families of the Marikana victims are planning to sue the Police Minister and National Police Commissioner.
The North West miner said he was shot several times and beaten by officers.
A miner says he can no longer father any children due to injuries sustained during a police attack.
A Marikana miner described how police beat and interrogated him until he wished death upon himself.
A Marikana miner on Monday denied that protesters took part in rituals to make them ‘invincible’.