The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal will hold an urgent meeting on Monday morning in Durban after one of its provincial leaders was arrested in connection with the murder of former ANC Youth League secretary-general Sindiso Magaqa. Magaqa, who was serving as an ANC councillor in Umzimkhulu, in the Harry Gwala District Municipality, was in a vehicle with two councillors when they were shot at by unknown gunmen in 2017. Magaqa died in hospital a few weeks after the incident. On Sunday, investigators led by the Hawks arrested Harry Gwala mayor Mluleki Ndobe, a former ANC KZN provincial deputy secretary, in connection with the murder. A well-known South Coast businessman was also arrested. The ANC confirmed Ndobe’s arrest on Sunday. The two are expected to appear in court on Monday or Tuesday and face charges of murder, conspiracy to murder and two cases of attempted murder. According to sources at the Hawks, additional charges of fraud, corruption and money laundering could be added at a later st...

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