The protest of about 20 people was organised by ANC members belonging to the party’s Sol Plaatjie sub-region in Kimberley.
Local ANC officials and politicians are being targeted, giving rise to a climate of fear.
Senzo Mchunu resigned as KwaZulu-Natal premier on Monday following pressure from national and provincial ANC structures.
M&G reporter Govan Whittles looks at the growing tensions between Jacob Zuma and the ANC's top brass.
Top ANC members are putting their foot down and demanding that all key appointments be made through the ANC deployment committee.
His three most powerful lieutenants have dispensed with niceties in dealing with King Zuma - but we rather need dependable systems.
The senior judge helped draft the Constitution, and has worked valiantly to uphold it ever since.
Mantashe stressed that the Reserve Bank must answer for the closure of the family's accounts - despite its insistence that it would not get involved.
ANC secretary general "not having any sleepless nights worrying about the impact of the court judgments concerning Zuma on the election campaign".
Mantashe said that Mogoeng's public talk about the Concourt's Nkandla judgment would provoke verbal attacks against the judiciary by politicians.
The ANC's powerful secretary general is finding it increasingly difficult to defend the president.
The ANC's secretary general has warned that the ruling party must win back supporters' confidence before it risks losing them for good.
The National Assembly motion to remove Jacob Zuma as president was lost on Tuesday evening, with 233 votes against his impeachment.
In a united party, when the leader steps down, the deputy steps up to fill his shoes. In a divided ANC though, things are more likely to fall apart.
"The president humbled himself and apologised to the nation," ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Friday.
The Mail & Guardian has tracked down the bizarre comments made by the president's staunchest defenders to explain his Nkandla 'fire pool'.
'He told us we should tell him directly if we wanted him to step down, rather than stab him in the back,' an ANC NEC member told the M&G.
In the aftermath of last week's allegations that the Gupta family had tried to 'buy' various Cabinet positions, the family and ANC agreed to meet.