Izinduna killings in KwaZulu-Natal ‘sidelined’ by local government

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Izinduna during a recent march in Pietermaritzburg.
Izinduna during a recent march in Pietermaritzburg.
Nokuthula Ntuli

KZN traditional leaders are calling on government to launch a commission of inquiry to probe the killings of izinduna in the province.

This emerged at an imbizo held at Ulundi, northern KZN on Thursday. As many as 32 izinduna have been killed between January 2019 to date in the province.

Ubumbano lwezinduna — an organisation representing traditional leaders, said it is concerned about police action in the killings.

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