The second leg of the 9th North West Provincial Conference of the African National Congress (ANC) has resumed after a brief break earlier on Sunday morning.
The vote for the 30 additional members to sit on the provincial executive committee ended during the morning session. Currently, delegates have converged in various commissions to discuss political issues, while the counting of votes is underway.
Later, the plenary should resume, for the announcement of the results. It will be followed by the conference declaration and the inaugural address by the new North West Provincial President, Nono Maloyi.
Later on Sunday afternoon, the conference will be officially closed by ANC Treasurer General Paul Mashatile.
Video – The second leg of the ANC’s 9th North West Provincial Conference ends in Rustenburg
Earlier, the ANC warned delegates who intend to disrupt the second leg of the conference to reconsider.
Reportedly, some delegates who went to court to ban the conference failed to show up for the two-day rally that ends Sunday at the Rustenburg Civic Center.
Members of the ANC’s National Electoral Conference (NEC) deployed to the party’s 9th Provincial Conference say that anyone who is accredited and chooses to stay away from the ANC conference is in breach of the party’s constitution .
Despite being accredited to attend the conference, which started two weeks ago, some North West ANC delegates lamented that some of their friends were unable to attend.