Negotiations continue after Ses’khona threatens to leave ANC

Last week, the ANC denied promising land to the Ses'khona People's Rights movement.

Ses’khona People’s Rights movement, led by Andile Lili, has accused the ANC of not upholding its promises. Picture: Siyabonga Sesant/EWN.

CAPE TOWN - The Ses'khona People's Rights movement says it has met with members of national government to address its demands for land and jobs.

Ses'khona threatened to withdraw its support for the African National Congress (ANC) in the run-up to the local government elections.

It has accused the ruling party of not keeping promises it made prior to the 2014 poll.

Ses'khona leader Andile Lili says negotiations are continuing.

"We are still in discussions and nothing has been finalised yet. I am sure we will discuss the way forward this week. As things stand, we are very happy right now."