KZN provincial conference was credible - Zikalala

2016-05-23 22:35
(Amanda Khoza, News24)

(Amanda Khoza, News24)

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Durban – The ANC’s eighth provincial elective conference, at which Sihle Zikalala was elected provincial chairperson, was credible, the party said on Monday.

Appeals launched following the conference, held in November last year, were dealt with internally, Zikalala told reporters at briefing following Premier Senzo Mchunu’s resignation.

Mchunu’s supporters appealed against the conference’s outcome.

They demanded that the results be nullified and believed the election was rigged.

According to an SABC report, they alleged that audited branches were prevented from participating in the conference and that “ghost” delegates were allowed to vote.

The matter was submitted to ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe.

Zikalala said there was nothing wrong with the outcomes of the conference.

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