Thursday Nov 28
Mpofu arrives at court for Malema
Dali Mpofu arrived at the Polokwane Circuit of the North Gauteng High Court on Thursday to support corruption-accused EFF leader Julius Malema .
Thursday Nov 28
Hospital horror: quadriplegic wins R16m
The poor treatment a boilermaker injured in a car accident received at the hands of nurses and doctors at three provincial hospitals is to cost taxpayers R16.2 million as the 49-year-oldman was left a quadriplegic.
South Africa: Miners Were Prepared to Fight - Cop
Police crime intelligence gathered information that protesting Marikana mineworkers were not going to disarm voluntarily before the August 16 shootings last year, the Farlam Commission heard on Wednesday.
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Marikana miners strike: 'South African police ordered enough vans to...
South African police who gunned down 34 striking miners in the tragedy dubbed the Marikana Massacre had put in an advanced order for enough mortuary vans to carry 32 bodies, an inquiry heard.
Legal Aid to pay Marikana fees, pending appeal
Johannesburg - Legal Aid SA has been ordered to pay the legal fees of Marikana miners pending its appeal, the miners' legal team said on Wednesday.
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Modise: Marikana murders violate peace accord
Murders at Marikana resulting from union rivalry between the NUM and Amcu has violated the peace accord signed in February, says Thandi Modise.
Marikana cops had to act - Scott
The police deployed at Marikana had an obligation to take action after being threatened by protesting mineworkers, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Thursday.
Ex-NUM leader at Lonmin shot 'in cold blood'
A former National Union of Mineworkers shop steward at Lonmin had died in hospital after he was shot seven times, the union said yesterday.