KZN traditional leaders call for less talk and more action on killings

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A proposal to establish an internal committee to deal with the killing of izinduna in KwaZulu-Natal has received mixed reaction from traditional leaders.

While some have called for a commission of inquiry into the murders, others said the time for talking had come and gone.

The traditional leaders were responding to the recent announcement by Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) MEC Sipho Hlomuka that more interventions would also be sought to address the scourge of attacks on traditional leaders.

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