ANC is ‘addressing’ Ses’khona movement’s demands for land, jobs
Ses'khona has been vocal about conditions in informal settlements and has clashed many time with authorities.
Ses'khona leader Andile Lili says the organisation has met with the national Departments of Public Works and Human Settlements.
Lili says they've also convened meetings with the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, who he says has promised jobs to people living in informal settlements.
Ses'khona has been vocal about conditions in informal settlements and has clashed many times with local and provincial authorities over service delivery issues.
He says national leaders are taking their threat of withdrawing their support for the ANC seriously.
"From there we met with several comrades and they addressed our rally and we also met with Lindiwe Sisulu."