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    Three Western Cape politicians’ names appear on supposed hit list

    African National Congress (ANC) Councillors in the Theewaterskloof Municipality have been warned to exercise caution. It’s been reported that a few councillors’ names have appeared on a so-called hit list.

    Source reveals planned ‘execution-style’ hits

    A source revealed that the people behind the hit list are planning to target the councillors ‘execution-style’. Theewaterskloof Mayor Karel Papier is aware of the supposed hit list. He said that the municipality’s security measures will be beefed up for Mayco members.

    “We will definitely follow the procedures to beef up our security of the Mayco team. We will inform the SAPS about the threats and take it from there to secure our safety,”

    said Papier.

    The Weekend Argus revealed that one member on the hit list has no bodyguards. 

    Speaker among those on ‘hit list’

    Speaker for the ANC in Theewaterskloof Derek Appel is on the list along with two Mayco members, the publication revealed. Appel said that while is aware of the list, he has no idea who is behind it.

    Political analyst André Duvenhage says the hit list naming the three councillors is deeply concerning. Duvenhage noted that the fact that opposition parties politically align themselves to kill their competition is not a new concept.

    Theewaterskloof Municipality is governed by the ANC and PA. The coalition agreement is reportedly supported by the Good Party.

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    Former minister of health Dr Zweli Mkihize has indicated that he will contest the African National Congress’ (ANC) presidency. That is IF he is nominated for the position by the party’s branches.

    Mkhize was recently addressing Zulu Regiments and traditional leaders. They were attending his son Dedanimabhunu Mkkhize’s traditional wedding. Mkhize revealed that he would go forward with requests made by ANC’s structures.

    He was answering questions from traditional leaders at his Willowton home in KwaZulu-Natal. Mkhize revealed that public service is something he has dedicated himself to. Adding that he does not mind continuing with this if party branches request he does so. Read the full story here.

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