JOHANNESBURG - As representatives advanced into the Lakes Hotel in Benoni for the Gauteng African National Congress' (Anc's) fourteenth common meeting, its active common chief board of trustees (PEC) was all the while thinking north of 19 isolated votes from Ekurhuleni.
The PEC met on Friday, as commanded by the public chief committee(NEC), which held an exceptional gathering regarding this situation on Thursday night.
The 19 votes address five branches said to host fizzled the get-together's confirmation processes.
This issue has turned into an intermediary fight for the meeting - which was at this point to start.
The votes additionally address branch representatives to the common meeting.
Different hall bunches anticipate that it should be a tight race yet head counts have previously shown who the victors would be.
Instruction MEC Panyaza Lesufi and Lebogang Maile are clashing for the place of common director.
They'll take over from David Makhura in the party, with some generally confident that this will be an indication of things to continue in the common government.
There's no sign when this meeting will officially start off.
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