The president is caught in a policy trap, says Daniel Silke.
Partly cloudy. Mild.
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has said that the party accepts the Pietermaritzburg High Court ruling that nullified the party's 2015 provincial elective conference.
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#Mantashe The NEC does not believe that the ANC should continue to give reason to the courts to intervene in the matters of the organization— Year of OR Tambo (@MYANC) September 22, 2017
#Mantashe The NEC does not believe that the ANC should continue to give reason to the courts to intervene in the matters of the organization
The post #ANCNEC media briefing will resume shortly. Please follow LIVE on MyANC Facebook page pic.twitter.com/XwToh9qNKX— Year of OR Tambo (@MYANC) September 22, 2017
The post #ANCNEC media briefing will resume shortly. Please follow LIVE on MyANC Facebook page pic.twitter.com/XwToh9qNKX
#ANCNEC will brief the media on its special meeting. We were told the briefing would start at 3pm @News24 pic.twitter.com/41AJrwy7Nm— lizzee (@lizTandwa) September 22, 2017
#ANCNEC will brief the media on its special meeting. We were told the briefing would start at 3pm @News24 pic.twitter.com/41AJrwy7Nm
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe is expected to announce the outcome of the ANC NEC decision on the fate of KwaZulu-Natal’s executive committee.
It follows the Pietermaritzburg high court ruling that nullified the 2015 elective conference.
The faction loyal to President Jacob Zuma is preparing to fight for
the party to defend the PEC in the wake of a Pietermaritzburg High Court
judgment that nullified its 2015 elective conference.
Some members want the NEC to appeal the decision itself, while others say the current PEC must be disbanded.
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