JOHANNESBURG - The Constitutional Court has dismissed Ace Magashule's bid to appeal his suspension from the ANC.
Magashule wanted the party's step-aside resolution to be declared unconstitutional.
In a judgment, the apex court stated his appeal had no reasonable prospects of success.
Magashule was suspended from the ANC in May last year.
That's after he refused to voluntarily step-aside.
He's currently facing fraud and corruption charges relating to a R255-million rand asbestos tender.
Magashule was Free State Premier when the tender was awarded.