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EFF Thulani Shangase's killing not identified with taxi savagery, says Santaco.

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Durban - Despite his connects to the taxi business in Pietermaritzburg, killed EFF ward councilor up-and-comer Thulani Shangase's homicide was not identified with the savagery in the business. This was the view communicated by Bheki Sokhela, executive of the South African National Taxi Council (Santaco) in the Umgungundlovu district. 


At the hour of his passing, Shangase was challenging for the situation of ward councilor under the Msunduzi Local Municipality. He was shot dead on Sunday by unidentified shooters subsequent to lobbying for the red berets in the Herwood space of Plessislaer, Pietermaritzburg. "As he has died we as the taxi business are feeling extremely grieved," he said. 


Police Minister Bheki Cele said the police were effectively testing six evidently politically persuaded killings in the area as fears develop that the furthest down the line occurrences could prompt one more ridiculous spate. 


"Those individuals plainly passed on in the exercises of legislative issues, however there are different situations where there was no death toll except for were assaults and there are two of those in KwaDukuza where the applicant and another person additionally endure. 


"There is another case that is going on that has not been accounted for formally, I realize that the applicant of ward 36 in KwaMashu Hostel isn't remaining in the inn right now since his life is under danger so we are attempting to deal with that. That load of cases are given to the political undertaking group to check out," Cele said.

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