Durban - Mdumiseni Ntuli, secretary of the ANC in KZN on Wednesday said the provinces Provincial Executive Committee (PEC) had agreed on certain steps to be taken after reviewing the Moerane Commission report.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Willies Mchunu established the Moerane Commission of inquiry in October 2016 to look into the underlying causes of political killings in the province from 2011. The 424-page report released last month contained summaries of the more than 60 witness testimonies from the commission, which ran for more than a year after being granted two extensions.
The report also contained seven pages of recommendations garnered from those who testified and suggestions put forth by the commissioner. All of the recommendations had been made before by activists, commentators, civil society groups and ANC members themselves.
Ntuli said the steps to be taken by the PEC include urgently convening regional and or sub-regional meetings to share recommendations of the commision; appointing a sub-unit on membership; call on the provincial government to urgently develop clear and implementable timelines to ensure that all recommendations are realised and the ANC leadership needs to delink election into organisational structures to corresponding representatives in government.
Ntuli also spoke about the impact of the economy on all South Africans.