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Limpopo ANC conference resumes amid court battle

ANC secretary general Ace Magashule urges branches to consider charging rogue members who take the party to court to settle internal disputes

ANC Limpopo conference at risk of interdiction

Saturday’s court application — which is expected to be heard at 11am — is likely to see further delays on conference proceedings

Mantashe denies ANC NEC rift over Limpopo

ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has defended the ruling party's decision to investigate the recent Limpopo elective conference.

Mathale bemoans ‘foreign tendencies’ within the ANC

Newly-elected ANC Limpopo chairperson Cassel Mathale says "foreign tendencies" like the use of vulgar language will destroy the party.

Results of ANC Limpopo elections delayed

Voting for the 20 ANC provincial executive committee positions in Limpopo were still underway on Tuesday morning.

Mathale takes a swipe at Zuma and Mantashe

Cassel Mathale has taken an indirect swipe at Zuma and Mantashe for attempting to "depoliticise and liquidate" the ANC Youth League at the conference.

Battle lines drawn ahead of ANC Limpopo conference

ANC members are keeping themselves entertained in Polokwane by singing while waiting to be accredited for the party's Limpopo elective conference.

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