The ANC in Johannesburg has met with the city’s lawyers to reach an amicable solution after mayor Herman Mashaba announced that property worth R300‚000 would be seized from Luthuli House if the party did not settle its debt with the city.On Monday, Mashaba said a writ of execution against the ANC had been obtained after it failed to pay R300‚000 in legal fees owed to the City of Johannesburg. This was after the ANC, in September 2017, brought an urgent application in the High Court in Johannesburg in a bid to have a motion of no confidence tabled against Mashaba and speaker Vasco da Gama conducted through a secret ballot.The matter was struck off the roll for lack of urgency and costs were awarded to the city.Mashaba said that should the ANC fail to honour the payment by Friday, the city would instruct it lawyers to proceed with the execution of the court order, which would result in property being seized from the party’s national headquarters by the sheriff of the High Court.On Thu...

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