ANC puts in another bid to nullify Cyril Ramaphosa's election

ANC puts in another bid to nullify Cyril Ramaphosa's election

- Concerned members of the ANC has again put in a bid to nullify Ramaphosa's election as leader

- ANC member Ronnie Malomane submitted paperwork to court that allegedly proves Ramaphosa election wasn't legit

- The case has been postponed until 13 December

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The week starts with another bid by the ANC to nullify President Ramaphosa's election as leader.

Members of the ruling party claim Ramaphosa won the election thanks to fake Mpumalanga branches.

This again highlights the divisions within the ANC and weakens Ramaphosa's rule.

A report by News24 indicates that Ronnie Malomane, former campaign manager for presidential candidate Mathews Phosa, submitted papers to court to have the ANC's Mpumalanga provincial executive committee disbanded.

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According to concerned members of the ANC, the provincial committee was not elected legally because they were elected by fake branches in the province.

Malomane added that this means the elective conference wasn't legal because these fake branches voted.

Mpumalanga came to the Nasrec conference with 508 branches; 108 bogus branches participated in the Nasrec conference.

This case has been postponed until 13 December.

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It is believed that if the court action is a success, it will greatly and negatively affect President Ramaphosa's leadership.

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