SACP suspends more members for Tshwane violence

The Gauteng branch of the South African Communist Party (SACP) says the number of its members suspended has risen to 10.

They were allegedly involved in instigating violence in Tshwane last month.

While the SACP deals with internal issues, it is just a month before the local government elections and the fight for the hotly-contested Tshwane metro has shifted into high gear.

The Democratic Alliance (DA) too has its sights set on Tshwane. The party is confident of victory and has challenged the African National Congress (ANC).

Parties are expected to visit churches on Sunday to garner votes.


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