Political Desk: 'Sacp launching it's own proxy war on David Mabuza'
The South African Communist Party (Sacp) has urged Police Minister Bheki Cele to release the report on political Killings in Mpumalanga.
Independent Journalist Fikile Ntsikelelo Moya says the Sacp's move demonstrates a lack of confidence in Deputy President David Mabuza who was the premier of Mpumalanga at the time of the killings.
I think what it means is that the Sacp is launching it's own proxy war against Mabuza. They want to see if Bheki Cele will go after DD Mabuza.Fikile Ntsikelelo Moya, Independent Journalist
A 12-member task team of senior police officers was appointed to solve the riddle of political assassinations in the province.
Listen to what Moya things government should do when it comes to public consultations.
This article first appeared on 702 : Political Desk: 'Sacp launching it's own proxy war on David Mabuza'
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