"Over 80 political killings since last year in KZN alone, yet it's not called a massacre. This is a political killing massacre.This party will shed blood the day they lose power. They will never accept defeat. They will kill their own people.
Local government elections have long been turned into human slaughtering season in KZN and ANC members are always at the top of the hit list. It's a sad reality that's not going to end anytime soon because the people who are supposed to be the voice of reason tend to benefit the most from these killings. KZNOur province has become a killing field every time an election is imminent.... Every year, we witness this, and yet an ANC governs this country, killing one another for positions.....so sad because this guy was fighting for justice since his name was not amongst those who were selected as candidates for local government elections. Now they opted to silence him.... It appears that if you spot something wrong within ANC, you will die....May your soul rest in peace...
"said a Facebook follower
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