ANC fears Tshwane political violence may cost it votes — Makhura

Premier said different police units would be deployed to the capital city to ensure stability

Siviwe Feketha Political reporter

The ANC in Gauteng has raised alarm, fearing that escalating political violence in Tshwane could cost it votes in the upcoming municipal elections.

Gauteng premier and ANC chair David Makhura told Sowetan on Thursday that the provincial executive committee would deploy its members to hotspots to monitor widespread fears of violence over councillor candidatures and the battle for control of government projects...

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