Zikalala to ‘pressure’ SAPS to thoroughly investigate death of Natasha Conabeer
Natasha Conabeer died on Monday, a few hours after she was dropped off at her mother's house and rushed to hospital.
Zikalala was speaking after visiting the family in Inanda township, north of Durban.
Family spokesperson Nosipho Goba said Conabeer was a noble person.
Zikalala said he would put pressure on police to investigate the circumstances that led to her death.
He said government would also intensify campaigns aimed at alleviating the scourge of violence against women and children.Read more: Eyewitness News
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