The African National Congress (ANC) says it is working hard to improve the governance of its powers.

The 9th Conference of the Eastern Cape Province of the ANC nearly fell into a trap after delegates disagreed over the adoption of the powers.

They argued over the inclusion of ten branches from the Dr WB Rubusana region that did not meet the requirements for participation in the conference. They also had a problem with the inclusion of delegates from the Veterans League, who said the veterans did not have a viable structure in the province.

In 2017, the province plunged into chaos when delegates also failed to agree on powers.

ANC spokesman Pule Mabe said they are trying to be careful when working with credentials.


Meanwhile, Nelson Mandela Bay African National Congress member Andile Lungis, who is vying for the position of treasurer on Babalo Madikizela’s list, told delegates that his group would oppose the adoption.

The group strongly believes that affiliates with what it considers “questionable status” should be excluded from attending the conference.

They took the case to court on Saturday night, but it was ruled out by the East Cape High Court in East London.

The three-day conference was originally scheduled to end on Sunday night, but there were delays in the process of verifying the credentials of the delegates attending the conference.

Lungisa says he was allowed to attend the conference after his previous conviction …

“I have no problem, you have to remember that I was charged through the internal DC ANC, I was cleared by this DC, with the ANC nationally. I am a purified person, according to the internal DC ANC, if you don’t like my face or you don’t like my appearance, that’s not really my problem. “

The ANC Conference in the Eastern Cape I Andile Lungiswa speaks

The ANC Eastern Cape conference has been extended as delegates remain in dispute over the credentials of:

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