[LISTEN] Is the ANC KZN conference at risk of interdiction?
It is being reported the African National Congress (ANC) Kwazulu- Natal conference may be at risk of being interdicted despite an assurance from the provincial task team (PTT) that the event will go ahead as scheduled.
The PTT held a briefing on Tuesday to discuss the outcomes of its ordinary meeting, saying warring factions in the province have reached an out of court settlement paving the way for a provincial conference to take place from Thursday.
Eyewitness News (EWN) reporter Ziyanda Ngcobo has more on the story.
So far all we know is that there are people who are likely going to interdict the conference. Unfortunately at this stage I have not been able to establish who these people are and which particular camp they may be coming from.Ziyanda Ngcobo, EWN reporter
When the briefing was held today I think there was a general sense that this conference would go ahead. Even the provincial task team coordinator Mike Mabuyakhulu gave an assurance that after the lengthy process that had taken place over the last few weeks, that the conference would go ahead.Ziyanda Ngcobo, EWN reporter
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