Lili: Petrol bombing claims unfounded

ANC councillor Mzwakhe Nqavashe’s home was petrol bombed earlier this month.

The Ses’khona Peoples' Rights Movement says it’s not surprised by the torching of a Gugulethu councillor’s house. Picture: Lauren Isaacs/EWN.

CAPE TOWN - The Ses'khona Peoples' Rights Movement on Monday said it is not surprised by the torching of a Gugulethu councillor's house.

The group also refuted claims its members were involved in the attack.

This after ANC councillor Mzwakhe Nqavashe's home was petrol bombed earlier this month.

He has reportedly been assigned bodyguards following the incident.

Ses'khona's Andile Lili says Nqavashe's claims are unfounded.

"Allegations about Ses'khona are hogwash. They must rather attend to the issues of the people, rather than blaming Ses'khona."