SACP visits families of slain members in Inchanga
The SACP believes a hit squad operating in the area is targeting its members after 6 people were gunned down in just over a week.
JOHANNESBURG - The South African Communist Party (SACP) has met with families of its slain members in Inchanga, KwaZulu-Natal and has called on warring politicians in the area to stop using violence as a means to resolve differences.
The SACP believes a hit squad operating in the area is targeting its members after six people were gunned down in just over a week.
While no arrest has been made, a police team continues to probe the murders.
SACP second deputy secretary general Solly Mapaila said: “If there are any political indifferences, they cannot be resolved through violence. That is not to say necessarily the violence comes from within the organisation. But we have noticed that the people who are dying are members of the movement.”
(Edited by Winnie Theletsane)