The Moerane Commission probing political violence in KwaZulu-Natal resumes on Monday morning.
The Commission was appointed by Premier Willis Mchunu to investigate political killings in the province. A relative of the late uMzimkhulu municipality councillor, Sindiso Magaqa is expected to testify before the commission.
Magaqa was shot along with two female councillors in July last year and he died in September after spending two months in hospital.
Three witnesses have testified before the commission that Magaqa was killed for speaking out against corruption at the UMzimkhulu municipality on the issue of an incomplete uMzimkhulu town hall project.
The commission is to complete its work by the end of March this year.
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