Shelembe: He must resign, says SANCO

2011-07-12 00:00

THE South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) in the Moses Mabhida region has pledged its support for the activists who have been staging a sit-in at the ANC regional office.

Sanco regional chairperson Dumisani Mbanjwa said his members are concerned about the “dissatisfaction levels of our people at the grassroots level concerning the elections saga”.

As an ANC alliance partner Sanco believes that any leader who serves as a councillor or in any other elected capacity will be successful only with the blessing of the voters and the alliance at large.

“We look forward to seeing more action taken to address some of the masses’ concerns, for example the resignation of Alpha Shelembe.”

Mbanjwa said Sanco has appealed to the ANC national executive committee to attend to the grievances and concerns raised by the activists who staged a sit-in at the ANC regional office and were arrested.

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