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Monday, June 11, 2012

Former ANC MP murdered near his farm




You seldom hear an ANC government official speaking of a “senseless killing” or a “heinous deed” when European victims of crime are cruelly tortured with hot irons and boiling water before being strangled to death, as happened again recently with Julie Cruse (72) in Middelburg Mpumalanga (News report here in Rapport)

See also: 12 Afrikaners killed this week.

BUT – when their own kind become victims of crime, a different tune is sung. Who knows, maybe this is one murder that will trigger off some sort of definite proactive action from the ANC Government and their pathetic Police Farce. Shall we wait and see how quick they apprehend the perpetrator(s)?

The following was sourced from news24:


Former ANC MP David Dlali has been found murdered near his farm in Matatiele in the Eastern Cape, the party said on Monday.


Dlali was found dead on Monday morning, spokesperson for the Chief Whip's office, Moloto Mothapo, said in a statement.

"We are deeply saddened by the loss of such a hardworking and committed servant of the people through a senseless killing."

Dlali served as a Member of Parliament representing Gugulethu between 2001 and 2009, before joining the ministry of women, children and people with disabilities as special adviser to Minister Lulu Xingwana.

"As an ANC MP in the National Assembly, he participated in various portfolio committees such as provincial and local government, minerals and energy and defence," Mothapo said.

Dlali was also a former underground operative of the African National Congress's armed wing Umkhonto we Sizwe.

Born on 23 January 23 1960, in Mount Frere, he served in various Western Cape provincial structures, including as a member of the provincial executive committee and chairperson of the Dullah Omar region.

"The law enforcement agencies must indeed leave no stone unturned to ensure that perpetrators of this heinous deed are caught and face the full wrath of the law," Mathapo said.

He extended the party's condolences to Dlali's family. - Sapa 

Sourced from: news24.com - (Own emphasis added)

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UPDATE:

Two men (farm workers) were arrested a day after David Dlali's body was found near the farm. Police also recovered an AK-47 rife, two magazines and 11 rounds of ammunition, as well as R5000.

Full news report in The New Age.

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