ANC issues stern warning to members participating in Ses'Khona march
The ANC says it has been informed Ses’Khona will also be marching to the party's offices tomorrow.
CAPE TOWN - The African National Congress (ANC) in the Western Cape has sent a stern message to party members who plan on taking part in a Ses'Khona People's Rights Movement march tomorrow.
The group will be marching to Parliament, calling for employment.
Previous marches have been marred by violence.
The ANC's provincial secretary Songezo Mjongile in the Western Cape says it won't condone rogue behaviour by party members.
Mjongile says he's been informed Ses'Khona will also be marching to ANC offices tomorrow before heading to Parliament.
He says he's aware of a few ANC members who will be joining in but has warned they could face disciplinary action.
"ANC members who involve themselves in such activities will bring the party into disrepute and action will be taken against them."
Ses'Khona leaders Andile Lili and Loyiso Nkohla have been a thorn in the side of the Democratic Alliance-led Western Cape government.
They've both previously been suspended from the ANC for bringing the party into disrepute.