Durban - Advocacy group, Right to Know, is taking KwaZulu-Natal Premier Willies Mchunu, to task for failing to respond to their request to make public the transcripts from the Moerane Commission.
The commission was set up to look into the political killings in KZN.
R2K said they cannot stress enough the importance of transparency and responsiveness from government.
“These are the norms upon which our democracy is built. They give meaning and shape and to our democracy. This request relates to public testimony, including the testimony of political leaders and public bodies such as the South African Police Service whose conduct before the Commission is of great public interest,” the group said.
They added that the transcripts should have been made available proactively as the Commission sat.