The crisis of political killings in KwaZulu Natal have taken preference over all other issues.
The African National Congress (ANC) officials, led by President Cyril Ramaphosa, have put an urgent discussion on the North West on hold for the meantime in order to priorities the brutal political deaths in KZN.
Senzo Mchunu stated that the deaths are increasing and that it is an issue which needs to be addressed immediately.
"This is a major cause for concern. We are killing each other within the ANC in this region at the moment.”
A meeting between President Cyril Ramaphosa, the North West African National Congress (ANC) and its embattled chairperson, Supra Mahumapelo, was planned for this week, reported Eyewitness News. This was following his decision to have national government take control of the province.
Landing in KwaZulu Natal today, Ramaphosa will urgently deal with the spate of political killings happening in the province.
Last week brought about three political killings in this province.
With a number of crises plaguing the party all over the country, this will leaving Ramaphosa and the ANC officials he leads with their hands full this week.
They will start this week off with tackling the issue of political killings.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Musawenjosi Mchunu, the ANC’s convenor of the branches in the Moses Mabhisa region, was shot dead in his driveway in KwaPata on Friday. Ramaphosa and other officials are visiting the family.
A meeting will be held with the officials to discuss a way to end political killings in the province.
There is a pending meeting with Ramaphosa to meet the provincial leadership of ANC in the North West to find a solution to the impasse there.
After it was found there was widespread corruption, maladministration and ill governance, National government has taken full control of the running of the province and some of the municipalities.
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