The ruling party's Western Cape provincial executive committee has officially been disbanded. According to the committee, their mandate had already run it's course.
The ANC has announced that their Western Cape provincial executive has been disbanded.
This comes as concerns were raised over the functioning of the body, with constant internal battles taking place in full view of the public.
Meanwhile, an interim committee has been established to help the party run in the region, announced spokesperson Pule Mabe.
In a statement on the matter, the ANC explained that the NEC had opted to let the PEC die a quiet death:
"The NEC expressed concern of the functioning of the Provincial Executive Committee in the Western Cape, whose growing internal disintegration turn to play itself out in the public, making it difficult for the PEC to discharge its duties."
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