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INCHANGA - 4 February 2016 - Barbara Dlamini (left) listens as Sihle Zikalala (right), chairman of the African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal expresses his condolences over the death of her husband Philip Dlamini, who was gunned down two weeks earlier at an SA Communist Party (SACP) meeting in Fredville, Inchanga. Looking on (seated) are other senior members of the ANC and SACP while the press records the meeting. Tensions between the ANC and its traditional partners, the SACP, have been high in the area, with SACP members accusing the ANC of preventing them from participating in nominations for the upcoming local government elections. Picture African News Agency. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP
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INCHANGA - 4 February 2016 - Barbara Dlamini (left) listens as Sihle Zikalala (right), chairman of the African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal expresses his condolences over the death of her husband Philip Dlamini, who was gunned down two weeks earlier at an SA Communist Party (SACP) meeting in Fredville, Inchanga. Looking on (seated) are other senior members of the ANC and SACP while the press records the meeting. Tensions between the ANC and its traditional partners, the SACP, have been high in the area, with SACP members accusing the ANC of preventing them from participating in nominations for the upcoming local government elections. Picture African News Agency. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP