Police Minister Bheki Cele has visited the crime scene at which three women were killed in a drive-by taking pictures throughout a ANC meeting at Inanda north of Durban on the weekend.
The women are believed to have been amongst individuals who were attending a meeting to pick out a candidate for councillor for eThekwini Municipality’s ward 54.
Motive for drive-by taking pictures in Inanda nonetheless unknown:
Cele’s first cease was at a neighborhood police station where he met with police administration behind closed doorways.
The minister will even go to the households of the victims.
On Monday, the African National Congress (ANC) known as for calm as tensions heighten amongst its members over the get together’s nomination course of forward of the native authorities elections.
#PoliceMinistry Police Minister, Gen Bheki Cele and Deputy Minister of Police Cassel Mathale in addition to the Deputy Minister of State Security Zizi Kodwa are on the Inanda Police Station receiving a full briefing from the KZN SAPS administration workforce. ML pic.twitter.com/KHqgnFXCGD
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Cele says a process workforce has been set as much as look into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal and can examine the killing of three women at Inanda on the weekend.
The three were killed in a drive-by taking pictures. Five others were wounded.
Cele says folks should not be afraid of popping out to vote in the native authorities elections.
“This was a political gathering it was on that score that the investigation has been taken by the political task team that is dealing with those things in KZN. This is an attack on democracy. People must continue to practise their democratic rights as these agencies will work hard so we don’t have the further loss of life and we limit the disruptions and we chase and find those people and put them out of the system in terms of arresting them.”