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Two dead in new ANC KwaZulu-Natal killings

A Mtubatuba councillor and a Hammarsdale ANC Youth League leader were shot yesterday near their homes

Moerane’s proposals on KZN killings to take effect

​KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala wants to begin implementing the recommendations of the Moerane inquiry into political killing

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Showdown at Luthuli House: A minister's bribe confession provides ammunition for Ace Magashule to fight back against President Ramaphosa

Unembargoed: September 21 to 27

Showdown at Luthuli House: A minister's bribe confession provides ammunition for Ace Magashule to fight back against President Ramaphosa

Top cop lied to commission, says witness

Ipid has been asked to investigate perjury charges against a KwaZulu-Natal police general

Moerane commission report a dud

It failed to recommend that people implicated in the KwaZulu-Natal killings face prosecution

Moerane Commission: Politicians must take responsibility for KZN’s violent culture

During its more than 12 months of hearings, the Commission heard claims of South African Police Service (SAPS) complicity

Moerane Commission Report to be made public

The report's long-awaited release comes at a time when police have made some breakthroughs in investigating the killings

Deputy mayor’s kin on murder rap

The arrest of six men for the killing of a former councillor has rocked the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal

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