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Free State ANC branches rattle elective conference

Hopes for unity are further complicated by divisions in the anti-Magashule branches

Ace’s mate tipped for premier job

Sisi Ntombela’s bid to lead the Free State is clouded by claims that she’s a pawn for her former boss

Mud slung as Free State leadership race intensifies

Supporters of premier hopeful Thabo Manyoni are planning to push for the reinstatement of 200 fraud and corruption charges against his main opponent

Ace’s future in Free State and top six in the balance

Manyoni’s camp believes Magashule’s departure leaves his camp without the glue that binds it together

Still no start in sight for ANC Free State conference

The controversial conference, which has been postponed four times, is expected to elect a new provincial leadership.

Would-be leaders ‘must snub rigged nominations’

​Candidates who hope to be elected ANC president in December should reject any nominations they have obtained through irregular branch processes

ANC Free State’s BGMs nullified in court

On Wednesday the court found that several BGMs in all four of the Free State’s regions were not held in accordance with the ANC’s constitution.

ANC Free State leadership tussle could upset apple cart

"Manyoni and Magashule have had a turbulent relationship. Once close allies, they fell out when Magashule recalled Manyoni as Mangaung mayor in 2016."

The premier and the lease

CLARIFICATION: Magashule may not have signed the lease himself, but his role in its authorisation is clear.

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