All systems go - Mantashe
The ANC's policy conference starts on Tuesday.
JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC) said on Monday it has got all its systems in place for its policy conference and is expecting no major problems over the next week.
The conference starts on Tuesday at Gallagher Estate in Midrand.
Officials said the registration system has been changed to ensure a smooth system.
"We'll bring together all those discussions and produce our standing policy outcomes," said ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe.
"A catalyst for the attainment of a better life for all our people."
The ANC said it would ensure that all its provinces are properly represented in all the commissions of the conference.
Delegates were on Monday getting their accreditation for the event.
Meanwhile, ANC policy head Jeff Radebe said they were going to make sure no one province or group can dominate a single commission.
"We are going to be monitoring, as a steering commission and the drafting team, to make sure that the comrades who attend this conference attend all commissions."
At the ANC's National General Council in 2010, the African National Congress Youth League tried to dominate the economic transformation commission in its bid to force through mine nationalisation.