The SA Native Authorities Affiliation (Salga) saddened by the brutal homicide of Sedibeng boss, Stanley Khanyile says his capturing reveals the constant intimidation and killing of municipal managers and councillors.
Slain Khanyile was shot lifeless in Alberton on Sunday.
He was sitting in a automotive at a procuring centre in Meyersdal earlier than an unknown gunman rained bullets on him.
Salga in an announcement on Sunday mentioned:
“The affiliation, within the 12 months 2017, launched a report on the intimidation and killing of councillors and municipal managers titled ‘Violence in Democracy’.”
“The report revealed that politically-motivated killings have been proven to have detrimental results on service supply, the professionalisation of native authorities and are a menace to democracy,” it mentioned.
“Salga subsequently hopes that the circumstances of Mr Khanyile’s loss of life will start to emerge and that our trusted regulation enforcement businesses will act swiftly to be sure that these behind this mindless homicide are dropped at ebook.”
Khanyile was anticipated to return to court docket on October 16.
He was one of many three males who appeared within the King William’s City Justice of the Peace’s court docket in August on expenses of fraud and cash laundering, involving about R29m.