Disgruntled ANC members want KZN conference postponed until there is stability
Disgruntled African National Congress (ANC) members have raised concern over the ongoing political killings including administrative and factional issues in Kwazulu-Natal.
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule announced on Tuesday the national executive committee (NEC) decision postpone the elective conference.
The group have called for the provincial elective conference to be postponed until there is stability.
Karima Brown spoke to Sthembiso Mshengu, spokesperson for the disgruntled ANC members, about the challenges faced in the province.
He says internal processes must be above board.
The whole management plan of the organisation has been in tatters.Sthembiso Mshengu, spokesperson for the disgruntled ANC members
To a large extent a number of comrades have agreed with us that yes there are challenges, let us work on resolving them without necessarily saying that we do not want a provincial conference. That is not our call. Our call is that can we clean our processes, let our processes internally be legitimate and credible so that the leadership that is an end product of those processes is a leadership that is going to be embraced by everyone.Sthembiso Mshengu, spokesperson for the disgruntled ANC members
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