31 July 2014.
The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal has raised its
concern about the high levels of crime faced by the people of
“The recent burglary at the home of Deputy
Minister KaMagwaza-Msibi is yet again an indication that no one
can feel safe. It is fortunate that no one was harmed in this
incident and we urge the South African Police Services to do
everything in its power to apprehend those responsible”, said
Hon M B Gwala, IFP Leader in the KZN Legislature.
“In doing its job diligently, I would also
call upon SAPS to follow the paper trail to find out how was it
that KaMagwaza-Msibi came to have about R500 000,00 in her
house, where did she get such a sum of money from and why was
the money not deposited in a bank for safe keeping? Does the
Deputy Minister not trust the banking system in our country”
asked Hon Gwala.
The IFP would like to advise people not to
keep large amounts of cash at their homes as knowledge of this
will attract burglars thus endangering their families,” he
Mr Blessed Gwala, Leader of the
IFP, KZN Legislature, 078 290 5842
For Media Enquiries:
IFP KZN Provincial Legislature Media Liaison
Officer, Mr Phendulani Biyase, 073 024 5675