Free State ANC members got to Constitutional Court
Six ANC members seeking to have the Free State party conference of June 22 declared null and void will take their fight to the Constitutional Court, it was reported.
The group have applied to the Constitutional Court to hear their argument, and the matter has been set down on the court roll for Tuesday, City Press reported.
Last month, the Bloemfontein High Court dismissed the group's application with costs.
They wanted a court order to stop provincial leader Ace Magashule, who was re-elected at the June conference, and his provincial executive committee (PEC), from working.
The six wanted the court to order the ANC to dissolve the Free State PEC and appoint an interim management structure.
The national ANC's decision to accept and support the conference election results should also be put aside.