Political Desk: 'SACP dips its toe in electoral politics under its own banner''

On the Political Desk, analyst and 702 host Karima Brown weighs in on the Metsimaholo Local Municipality election and killings in KZN.

SACP on behalf of community organisations, has registered itself under its own banner as the party contesting the elections, in opposition to ANC candidates in some instances.

Karima Brown, political analyst and 702 host

The SACP is dipping its proverbial toes in electoral politics under its own banner.

Karima Brown, political analyst and 702 host

Brown also takes a look at the two recent killings on KZN beleived to have politcal motives, though police have not clarified the reasons for the murders.She says the rise in political killings is very worrying in the lead-up to the ANC elective conference.

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