ANC deputy president gets court order against him

The newly appointed deputy president of the ANC, David Mabuza, has received a protection order against him that prevents him from interfering with Frederick Daniel’s business interests, as well as preventing him from contacting Daniel’s family and employers.

Daniel, a developer and environmental keeper, claims that Mabuza has impaired or prevented his application for permits.
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Nasrec 68 turn election on its head

With the “Nasrec 68” seemingly holding the fate of the ANC secretary general post in their hands, newly elected ANC deputy president David Mabuza sprung a surprise when he reportedly came out in support of former KwaZulu-Natal premier Senzo Mchunu. The Mail & Guardian has learnt that during the ANC national conference steering committee meeting […]
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ANC KZN leaders to appeal court ruling that its 2015 election was ‘unlawful and void’

The ANC’s KwaZulu-Natal leadership will appeal against this morning’s high court ruling that the outcome of the November 2015 provincial conference, which elected it, is unlawful. Mdumiseni Ntuli, spokesperson for the provincial executive committee, said in brief interview on the steps of the high court in Pietermaritzburg that the committee would file a notice of […]
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