AS IT HAPPENED: ANC 'created space for stalwarts and veterans to attend' NPC

2017-06-29 11:19

In response to the decision by ANC stalwarts to boycott two days of the upcoming ANC NPC, Secretary General Gwede Mantashe has said that the party remains open to engaging with them and they have created space for stalwarts at the conference.


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WATCH LIVE: ANC briefs media ahead of national policy conference 

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Morobe calls the press conference to an end, after concluding the question and answer session.

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Wally Serote addresses the media. 

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At the ANC NPC briefing taking place at the same time. 

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Meanwhile, the ANC briefing on the NPC is also broadcasting live. 

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Mavuso: "There are members in the ANC who have recognised the problem... We're not really painting everyone with the same brush."

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Mavuso: "The only people who are not worried about the ANC are the ones sitting in those positions..."

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A member of the ANC rises to address Morobe and ask a question, but Morobe reminds him that this is a media conference and he is taking questions from the members of the media.

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Morobe: "It was told to us that the two days will be for us to raise concerns, and we said it's more than raising concerns... It was clear that there was no intention to have a consultative conference."  

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