ANC delegates queue again

2012-12-16 18:46
Jacob Zuma (Picture: Sapa)

Jacob Zuma (Picture: Sapa)

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Bloemfontein - ANC delegates queued afresh late on Sunday afternoon to move through a security check as proceedings at their national conference in Mangaung were set to resume.

The conference broke for a late lunch after President Jacob Zuma's political report.

Delegates were scheduled to be seated by 16:00 in the giant white marquee on the Free State University campus for secretary general Gwede Mantashe's organisational report.

But by 17:20, African National Congress delegates were still moving back towards the plenary marquee.

After Mantashe's report, the conference will be closed to the media.

The ANC will then discuss credentials and constitution amendments.

Later in the evening, delegates are scheduled to nominate their preferred candidates for the party's top six leaders.

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