'Poo flingers' to know their fate Wednesday
The Ses’khona Peoples Movement dumped human waste in Cape Town.
CAPE TOWN - The civil rights group behind a series of incidents involving the dumping of human waste in the Mother City maintains it is innocent.
The Ses'khona Peoples Movement has been taken to court following several incidents in which its members allegedly dumped human faeces around Cape Town.
A court will on Wednesday decide on the group's fate.
Ses'khona faces a number of other court battles, including a multi-million rand lawsuit instituted by the City of Cape Town following violent protests in the city centre.
The group's leader Loyiso Nkohla says they are confident a favourable judgment will be handed down.