KZN MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Sipho Hlomuka this morning paid a visit to the Msunduzi Police Station in Cato Ridge where he assessed its functionality.
Hlomuka also received a briefing from senior police officers on the matter of the killings of izinduna that have taken place in areas under the jurisdiction of this police station.
During the visit, the MEC noted capacity constraints faced by the police station and vowed to work closer with the management and sister departments in addressing these challenges. Hlomuka also noted the hard work being put in by the police into investigating the killings of izinduna and amakhosi within the province.
Earlier in the day, Hlomuka paid a courtesy visit to Inkosi Mlaba of the kwaXimba Traditional Council where he inspected the newly renovated Traditional Administration Court which provides a range of services to this rural community.
KZN Cogta, under the leadership of MEC Hlomuka, has invested millions of rand into TAC renovation projects across the province for the benefit of rural communities and amakhosi.