ANC KZN submits report into its members' killings to police
A total of 13 ANC leaders and members were killed in KZN in the months leading up to August elections.
JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal says its forwarded information it received through its probe into the killings of it has members in the province during elections to the police and hopes they will make arrests soon.
The party established a task team to probe if the killings of its members were linked to internal divisions in the party.
A total of 13 ANC leaders and members were killed in the province in the months leading up to August elections.
ANC KZN spokesperson Mdumiseni Ntuli says its members came forward with information and a report was compiled which has now been submitted to the police.
"That investigation was done, a report was presented to the PEC and some of the matters that needed further attention by the state were given to the police for their process. We believe that we will be seeing some of the arrests being done."
The party says releasing the outcome of an investigation into political killings in the province and the link to internal divisions, will not be in the interest of the party.
Ntuli says they don't want to name and shame those who were involved in the killings.
"These killings must not be allowed to continue as opposed to an opportunity to name and shame those who may accused of being involved in these incidents."