ANC Limpopo conference faces interdict

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This is because eight disgruntled members from the Peter Mokaba region have threatened to go to court on an urgent basis if the region is allowed to participate in the provincial conference. The group has argued that the region has unresolved issues with credentials. Photo: Reuters
This is because eight disgruntled members from the Peter Mokaba region have threatened to go to court on an urgent basis if the region is allowed to participate in the provincial conference. The group has argued that the region has unresolved issues with credentials. Photo: Reuters

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This is because eight disgruntled members from the Peter Mokaba region have threatened to go to court on an urgent basis if the region is allowed to participate in the provincial conference. The group has argued that the region has unresolved issues with credentials.

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