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WATCH: More than 100 people storm the house of the KZN Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube in Hillcrest over the weekend. The KZN government has ordered a swift investigation into threats and intimidation of her family.

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The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal has warned a civil rights movement, the Umnsinsi group, to stop provoking its members to avoid serious conflict.

This after the social movement group members in its “door-to-door” campaign stormed premier Nomusa Dube Ncube’s house in Hillcrest on Saturday and demanded to see her. The premier’s protectors blocked the group and ended up leaving without seeing her.

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In a video posted on social media platforms, group members argue with someone outside the premier’s house.

The Zulu nationalist group, which has been critical of the government on social media, has started to visit government officials and demand services their party (the ANC) had promised them during door-to-door campaigns during elections.

ANC provincial spokesperson Mafika Mndebele condemned the group’s actions and called it a dangerous provocation which, he said, could result in violence.