ANC KZN integrity commission collapses

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ANC KwaZulu-Natal integrity commission chairperson Sipho Magwaza.
ANC KwaZulu-Natal integrity commission chairperson Sipho Magwaza.
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The ANC KwaZulu-Natal integrity commission which was tasked with the responsibility of removing ANC members facing criminal charges has been rendered dysfunctional.

The provincial integrity commission, which in December ruled that former eThekwini Mayor, Zandile Gumede, should be reinstated to her MPL position despite facing criminal charges, is unable to continue its work following the deaths of three of its five members.

ANC veteran Richard Sikhakhane, eThekwini councillor, Queeneth Magwaza and party MP, Thandi Memela, all recently died.

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