The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Thursday said it has shown its lawyers to explore the African National Congress (Anc's) win in KwaZulu-Natals eThekwini metro after the party's Ntokozo Sibiya given up as exco part and was replaced by Abantu Batho Congress' Philani Mavundla who is right now agent city corridor pioneer.
Mxolisi Kaunda was picked city administrator of eThekwini on Wednesday following unsettling influences earlier in the week.
Talking outside the Durban ICC were the board sitting happened, the DA's Dean McPhearson faulted the ANC for paying its course to win.
Watching out for media at the EFFs interactive discussion on Thursday evening, Malema said they acknowledge the ANCs move was unlawful.
We taught our legitimate instructors to look at what they did in eThekwini, considering the way that those positions host a spot with the get-together called the ANC and I dont figure they can vivaciously be given to various get-togethers. We think something unlawful happened in eThekwini, so they will acknowledge our papers very soon.
Meanwhile, the ANC's Fikile Mbalula said the cases by McPhearson were screwed up.
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