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KZN ANC to appeal court ruling on 2015 elective conference

Earlier on Thursday, the KwaZulu-Natal leadership said that it would wait for the national executive committee to meet on Friday before deciding on further steps to be taken.

FILE: KwaZulu-Natal ANC leadership in the Pietermaritzburg High Court. Picture: Ziyanda Ngcobo/EWN

JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC) is going ahead with appealing the Pietermaritzburg High Court judgment which nullified its 2015 provincial elective conference.

Earlier on Thursday, the KwaZulu-Natal leadership said that it would wait for the national executive committee to meet on Friday before deciding on further steps to be taken.

The applicants will be holding an urgent briefing on this development in the next hour.

More to follow.

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