Safety unit created for KZN traditional leaders

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Traditional leaders in KZN say they are not being consulted on matters regarding their safety.
Traditional leaders in KZN say they are not being consulted on matters regarding their safety.

Izinduna leaders in the province say they were not informed beforehand about a unit being formed to work on the heinous killings of traditional leaders in the province.

The Community Safety Intervention Unit (CSIU) was formed this week to address challenges related to the safety and security of traditional leaders in the province.

However, leaders of the regiments and Izinduna in the province said they have never been consulted by provincial government on matters related to their safety and security.

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