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JOHANNESBURG - The Free State ANC can still send delegates from certain branches to the national elective conference, starting on Saturday, even though it&39;s provincial elective congress has been ruled as having been unlawful.
BREAKING ANCfs Masemola: It is declared the Free State provincial conference and its outcomes are declared unlawful and as such void.— Nickolaus Bauer (@NickolausBauer) December 15, 2017
ANCfs Masemola shoots down the contempt of court order seeking Ace Magashule be arrested for ignoring court order to rerun branch meetings.— Nickolaus Bauer (@NickolausBauer) December 15, 2017
ANCfs Masemola: We are confident the order we will grant does not give all parties what they want.— Nickolaus Bauer (@NickolausBauer) December 15, 2017
Disgruntled party members were trying to block the province from sending delegates to the conference.
They want the court to nullify the provincial elective conference.
The group failed to block the provincial conference which ended on Monday.
Members are unhappy, saying the province contravened a court order halting the conference.
ANC54 Free State Provincial Secretary William Bulwana says they are having a telephone conference at 17:00 to discuss the outcomes of the Bloemfontein High Court that nullified their Provincial Conference. pic.twitter.com/K3lVr1ZHuJ— Samkele maseko (@samkelemaseko) December 15, 2017
The High Court ordered that 29 ANC branches rerun branch meetings that elected delegates to the national conference.