Delegates to the national conference are starting to arrive from all parts of the country for the ANC elective congress.
JOHANNESBURG – An African National Congress (ANC) National Executive Committee (NEC) special meeting will be held at Nasrec on Saturday morning.
This follows numerous court rulings made on Friday.
The high courts in KwaZulu-Natal and the Free State nullified the provincial elective conferences.
eNCA anchor Vuyo Mvoko, speaking from Nasrec, said details on the meeting are still very vague.
The governing party&39;s elective conference is set to kick off on Saturday.
Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni said the ANC needs new organisational processes.
Mnguni says the number of court cases brought in the lead-up to the conference speaks to the party&39;s organisational processes.
"I think the branch model is no longer working for the ANC. We know for a fact that 38 branches in the North West are affected, 14 branches in the Free State are affected, the status of the PEC’s in the Free State and KZN are affected as we speak, right now," he added.