Ses'khona members vow to continue protests

Andile Lili says members will continue protesting as long as the organisation remains banned.

Andile Lili says the Ses'khona People's Rights Movement will continue protesting as long as the organisation remains banned. Picture: Lauren Isaacs/EWN.

CAPE TOWN - The Ses'khona People's Rights Movement says its members will continue protesting in areas across Cape Town as long the organisation remains banned by the city.

Vehicles were damaged and several people arrested yesterday during protests near Nyanga, Delft, Philippi East and Khayelitsha.

Last month, the organisation's illegal protest in the CBD was stopped by police after it failed to get the necessary permits from the city.

The movement's chairperson, Andile Lili said the protest is not only about the banning of Ses'khona but about ensuring the demands of the poor are heard.

Lili was expelled from the ANC last month.

He was one of the ringleaders behind the so-called toilet war in the Mother City.