The ANC’s factional woes continue as six members in the Free State have raised the red flag about several irregularities in recent branch general meetings and its national officials are heading to the Eastern Cape on Monday to continue their probe into whether that province’s September elective conference should be nullified. This does not bode well as the countdown to the party’s national elective conference hit the two-month mark this week. Business Day understands that the national officials will head to the Eastern Cape on Monday to meet disgruntled regional leaders. This was after ousted chairman Phumulo Masualle and his allies lodged a complaint with Luthuli House about the process that led to the election of former secretary Oscar Mabuyane as chairman. After meeting the regional leaders, a report will be compiled to be delivered at the next national executive committee meeting for a decision on the way forward. Mabuyane’s election was a boost for deputy president Cyril Ramaph...

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