The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) called on the KwaZulu-Natal government to work around the clock in implementing tangible plans aimed at eradicating crime and illegal guns in the province.
The call comes in the wake of the murder of former Ndwedwe mayor Maxwell Hadebe.
Hadebe was shot dead outside his business premises last week.
He was mayor of the local municipality between 2011 and 2016.
The motive for the killing is not yet known.
The IFP’s Blessed Gwala says the justice system needs to act decisively to put an end to politically motivated killings in KZN.
“We need to have them using the apparatus in making sure it doesn’t happen again.”
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