A key witness at the controversial Moerane Commission of Inquiry into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal says his life is in danger after testifying. A close friend of slain ANC Youth League secretary-general Sindiso Magaqa‚ Thabiso Zulu was speaking in Durban on Tuesday after the postponement of a media briefing at which the report was expected to be publicly handed over to KwaZulu-Natal premier Willies Mchunu by Moerane Commission chairman advocate Marumo Moerane. Zulu said it was not fair that he had not been provided with the transcripts of his own testimony to the commission. "That’s not fair. Why did they‚ in the first place‚ say we must appear in the commission when they knew that they can’t protect private citizens? They asked for documents from us. I think they asked for documents from private citizens that they can’t protect. Both threat-assessment reports are positive that there are threats on our lives, but the state is adamant that they are not willing to provide secur...

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