Mchunu to release Moerane Commission report into KZN political killings

File: The Moerane Commission investigated the spate of political killings that started in about 2011 in the province.​​​​​​​

File: The Moerane Commission investigated the spate of political killings that started in about 2011 in the province.

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JOHANNESBURG - The KwaZulu-Natal Premier will release the Moerane Commission's report on political killings in the province on Thursday.

Premier Willies Mchunu will table the report before the provincial legislature in Pietermaritzburg.

At least 100 people have died in political violence in the province since 2011.

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The commission hear testimony from more than 60 witnesses.

Evidence leaders also gave their recommendations to the commission.

They called for the Zulu king to play a role in stopping the bloodshed.

In March, they told the commission there was no proof that a third force is behind the killings, as the ANC alleged.