ANC members started Tshwane violence, state security minister admits

22 June 2016 - 10:18 By TMG Digital

Tshwane was expected to be an “election hotspot”‚ but the level of violence the city has seen since the weekend was not anticipated‚ Minister of State Security David Mahlobo on Wednesday.He also acknowledged‚ in an interview with Radio 702‚ that the protests were sparked by African National Congress (ANC) members “who were not satisfied with the processes” that saw the party name Thoko Didiza as its mayoral candidate.

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