ABC to take legal action against election poster vandals

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Election posters of ABC ward 10 candidate Theresa Edwards have allegedly been removed in Umvoti.
Election posters of ABC ward 10 candidate Theresa Edwards have allegedly been removed in Umvoti.
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The Abantu Batho Congress (ABC) has vowed to take legal action against those who removed their election posters in Greytown and Durban.

More than 30 posters of ABC ward candidate Theresa Edwards were allegedly defaced or removed in the Greytown CBD last week.

ABC president Philani “PG” Mavundla said he has reported it to the Electoral Commission and that the party was consulting with lawyers.

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