The SACP secretary-general says there has been a lack of political will to institute the inquiry because ‘those who are supposed to be taking the decisions are complicit’.
The league has, in the past, challenged the SACP to consider contesting state power through the ballot in 2019.
Tensions have reached a high in Lenasia with police attempting to defuse a heated situation, where residents of Lenasia are protesting against land grabs occurring behind their properties.
The main road linking Coligny and Lichtenburg remained closed as protesters who barricaded roads with burning tyres and rubble clashed with police officers.
Bonolo Lekalakala, Raymond Molokomme and Nicholas Rapelego allegedly murdered Lekalakala’s mother and stepfather.