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ANC WC has R2m debt
The ANC in the WC owes R2m to the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
CAPE TOWN - The ANC in the Western Cape said on Sunday it was not in financial crisis despite owing nearly R2 million to the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) for hosting its elective conference last year.
Last week, the sheriff of the court repossessed furniture from the ANC provincial office as part of a court order obtained by the CTICC.
However, the ANC’s Fezile Calana said party issues have nothing to do with the media.
“There is no issue. That report was distributed to delegates. When someone decides to take such a thing to the media – the organisation has got nothing to do with it.”
Calana warned ANC members about leaking confidential reports to the media.
“We will not be worried about such people, but they’ve got to learn one thing; if they love their organisation, they’ve got to do what is right for their organisation.”
(Edited by Tamsin Wort)
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