Phosa files court papers to nullify Mpumalanga ANC PGC

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Johannesburg, 24 September 2016 - As it's Heritage Day South Africans are celebrating their cultural diversity. eNCA's Joanne Joseph speaks to Struggle stalwart Mathews Phosa about the importance of telling our histories.

Johannesburg, 24 September 2016 - As it's Heritage Day South Africans are celebrating their cultural diversity. eNCA's Joanne Joseph speaks to Struggle stalwart Mathews Phosa about the importance of telling our histories.

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Johannesburg, 24 September 2016 - As it's Heritage Day South Africans are celebrating their cultural diversity. eNCA's Joanne Joseph speaks to Struggle stalwart Mathews Phosa about the importance of telling our histories.

Johannesburg, 24 September 2016 - As it's Heritage Day South Africans are celebrating their cultural diversity. eNCA's Joanne Joseph speaks to Struggle stalwart Mathews Phosa about the importance of telling our histories.

JOHANNESBURG - Mathews Phosa is taking legal action to nullify the nominations process at the ANC Mpumalanga provincial general council.

Court papers were filed in the North Gauteng High Court on Thursday morning.

The court will hear the case next Tuesday.

Phosa, an ANC presidential hopeful, claims Premier David Mabuza has a personal militia.

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He says the group disrupts branch general meetings that do not support Mabuza&39;s initiative to elect a unity presidential candidate.

The Mpumalanga Provincial Executive Committee has rubbished Phosa&39;s claims.

The ANC&39;s much-anticipated national elective conference kicks off in just over a week&39;s time on 16 December.