File: An all-female traffic officer roadblock took place along the N14 on Wednesday.
DURBAN - The National Prosecuting Authority is expected to testify at the Moerane Commission of inquiry in Durban on Thursday.
A panel of national and provincial police has been called to testify.
The commission is investigating the high rate of political killings in KwaZulu-Natal since 2011.
On Wednesday, Major General Hendrik Chauke, head of human resources development, told the commission that quality of training is not a contributing factor in the slow pace of solving political murders.
His comment comes after police training and methods of investigation came under scrutiny.