Hlaudi still a trustworthy employee – Ses’khona

Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng remains a trustworthy employee capable of holding any position of authority, the Ses’khona Peoples Rights Movement said on Tuesday. It was convinced that the SABC board and Motsoeneng were victims of “political realignment” in the ANC and the country, the movement’s leader Andile Lili told[…]

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Ses’khona cuts ties with ANC Politics

The Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement announced on Thursday that it has cut ties with the ANC and has ended any active participation with the ruling party. “Yesterday we met for the last time and having soberly applied our minds we resolve to close this subject… After careful considerations the consultative[…]

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Ses’khona plans march for improved sanitation

The secretary general of Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement has warned that they will later this month march for improved sanitation in impoverished communities. Loyiso Nkohla said the mass action is planned to go ahead on October 28. Nkohla along with Ses’khona leader Andile Lili, Thembela Mbanjwa and Songezo Mvandaba appeared[…]

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City to ban Seskhona marches

The Seskhona People’s Rights Movement says they are not deterred by the City of Cape Town’s plans to ban the group from marching in the CBD again. This follows after the group marched to the provincial legislature on Thursday and a few protesters broke away from the march and looted[…]

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Seskhona warns of chaos at next march

The Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement has vowed to turn Cape Town’s central business district into chaos the next time the group protests against the Western Cape government. “We will bring 300 000 people to the city centre, and make sure that nothing can move within it,” said Ses’khona leader Andile[…]

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Differences between Ses’khona and ANC leader

There is no friction between the Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement and the African National Congress, according to organization’s spokesperson Sthembele Majova. Instead, he says, the movement has received opposition from an individual within the party’s provincial leadership. This comes after Ses’Khona on Thursday announced the shooting of its leader, former[…]

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Ses’khona leader shot in drive-by

Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement leader Andile Lile was shot in a drive by shooting in Khayelitsha late on Wednesday night. Lile apparently survived four shots to the stomach, allegedly by two assasins. He is in a serious yet stable condition at Tygerberg hospital. Police have not confirmed the incident. Lili[…]

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We are not opportunistic: Ses’Khona

The Ses’Khona People’s Rights Movement is not cashing in on the Lwandle land matter in Cape Town in any way, an inquiry into evictions on the land heard on Monday. “When Ses’Khona arrived there during these evictions, it was not the only time Ses’Khona was there. In January, from the[…]

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