IFP: ‘Probe politicians, cops in uMgungundlovu’

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IFP chairperson Blessed Gwala.
IFP chairperson Blessed Gwala.
Siyabonga Simelane

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal wants the premier to appoint a task team to investigate allegations that politicians are involved in gang-related crimes.

They said these type of crimes have been taking place in the uMgungundlovu area.

The party has also called on the premier, Sihle Zikalala, to probe the link between gangs and the police.

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