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Dispute over credentials stalls Cosatu congress

The Cosatu elective congress was delayed by several hours after a dispute over credentials had to be settled by a vote on Monday.

Govan Whittles spoke to 702's John Robbie about what happened on the first day of the trade union federation's national congress.

Listen to the report below:

Credentials essentially determine who is allowed into the elective conference and also play a big role in who is allowed to vote...

Govan Whittles, EWN reporter

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