- Members of the ANC sing and dance ahead of the opening ceremony of the 54th National Elective Conference in Nasrec, Johannesburg. The event will see the governing party elect new leadership over the weekend.
- Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma seen before the start of the conference.
- A delegate from Gauteng holds posters inside plenary during the 54th ANC National Conference taking place in Nasrec.
- ANC SG Gwede Mantashe addressing the media ahead of the ANC Elective conference in Nasrec.
- Delegates from the Free State sing and dance during the 54th ANC National Conference taking place in Nasrec.
- Delegates singing ahead of the ANC Elective conference starting in Nasrec. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma seen before the start of the conference.
- ANC Youth League members on day two of the ANC 54th national conference.
- African National Congress members on day two of the ANC 54th national conference.
- ANC presidential hopeful, Cyril Ramaphosa, on day two of the 54th national conference.
- Outgoing president of the ANC, Jacob Zuma, on day two of the 54th national conference.
- Day two of the 54th national conference.
- Mathews Phosa talks to a journalist during the 54th ANC National Elective Conference.
- Lindiwe Sisulu talks to the media after she was nominated for the position of ANC Deputy President.
- Outgoing ANC president Jacob Zuma, Treasurer General Dr Zweli Mkhize and ANC Presidential hopeful Cyril Ramaphosa.
- Eastern Cape ANC Chairperson, Oscar Mabuyane, talks to outgoing party chairperson Baleka Mbete.

African National Congress delegates are attending day two of the 54th national elective conference at Soweto's Nasrec Expo Centre.

Clad in party colours‚ a majority of delegates are in high spirits as they sing different revolutionary songs in support of the presidential hopefuls who are bidding to success Jacob Zuma as president of the movement.

Despite several names being suggested as presidential hopefuls‚ in the end only Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and former African Union chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma remain in the running.


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