ANC Joburg to host regional conference this weekend
The African National Congress (ANC) Greater Johannesburg is expected to hold its regional conference on Friday until Sunday.
This conference comes after those regional conferences were postponed last weekend by the ruling party due to concerns around irregularities at branch general meetings.
Speaking to Clement Manyathela on The Midday Report, ANC Chairperson in Johannesburg Parks Tau says the regional conference will take place.
It will be officially opened through a keynote address by David Makhura, the acting chairperson of the National Elective Committee (NEC) in Gauteng.Parks Tau, Chairperson of the ANC in Johannesburg
We do not anticipate that there will be any interdicts or any disruptions.Parks Tau, Chairperson of the ANC in Johannesburg
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