Moerane Commission wraps up

File: Advocate Vasu Gounden, commission chairman Marumo Moerane and professor Cheryl Potgieter investigated political killings in KwaZulu-Natal. At least 100 people have died in political violence in the province since 2011.

File: Advocate Vasu Gounden, commission chairman Marumo Moerane and professor Cheryl Potgieter investigated political killings in KwaZulu-Natal. At least 100 people have died in political violence in the province since 2011.

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DURBAN - Wednesday is the last sitting of the Moerane Commission investigating political killings in KwaZulu-Natal.

On Monday, the commission heard testimony from witnesses for the last time.

Witnesses have attributed the political violence in the province to the battle for positions in the local ANC.

Former ANCYL secretary Sindiso Magaqa’s murder took centre stage.

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The commission also heard that politicians and taxi bosses hired hitmen based at the notorious Glebelands hostel to settle scores.

On Wednesday, evidence leaders will give closing statements.

It’s not yet clear whether the commission’s findings will be released to the public.