High court dismisses court bid to nullify Eastern Cape ANC conference

The Eastern Cape High Court in Grahamstown dismissed the application to nullify the African National Congress (ANC) Eastern Cape provincial conference. The application was brought by 11 disgruntled ANC members from OR Tambo‚ Joe Gqabi and Amathole regions.

ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe says their is an internal investigation into this matter that it may fall on the new National Executive Committee.

READ: Court rejects bid to nullify EC ANC conference, but pending legal cases remain

Newly elected ANC Eastern Cape chairperson, Oscar Mabuyane, says having this matter investigated by the party and the courts during a conference is a predicament.

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