ANC allocates delegate numbers for elective conference

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The ANC flag being hoisted high.

The ANC flag being hoisted high.

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The ANC flag being hoisted high.

The ANC flag being hoisted high.

JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC) has instructed branches across the country to start nominating delegates for the party's December elective conference.

It’s allocated each province a certain  number of delegates on a proportionality basis.

Kwazulu-Natal (KZN) will have the largest number of representatives, at 870.

Mpumalanga will have 736, while the embattled Eastern Cape gets 648.

The Western and Northern Cape have the fewest delegates.

In total, over 4,700 hundred people will vote for the party’s new national leadership.