Ex-PEC members sue ANC for contempt of court

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They are using a 2019 high court ruling that was in favour of the reinstatement of Mahumapelo’s PEC, but which the party never effected. Photo: Tebogo Letsie/City Press
They are using a 2019 high court ruling that was in favour of the reinstatement of Mahumapelo’s PEC, but which the party never effected. Photo: Tebogo Letsie/City Press

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Efforts by newly elected North West Premier Bushy Maape to stabilise the province are being thwarted by a new challenge in the form of court action against the ANC, in which Maape is also a respondent.

Barely a week after taking office, Maape might find himself defending two legal actions brought by his two predecessors, Supra Mahumapelo and Job Mokgoro.

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