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Four more ANC regions in KwaZulu-Natal are gearing up for their elective conferences following the hassle-free two-day elective conference in the greater KwaDukuza region last weekend. The ANC in the province announced in a statement on Thursday that Emalahleni‚ Far North‚ Musa Dladla and Inkosi Bhambatha regions had successfully convened their branch general meetings and met the 70% threshold required to convene their regional conferences from Friday to Sunday to elect new leadership. Greater KwaDukuza was the first region to hold its elective conference last weekend since Cyril Ramaphosa was elected ANC president. The province has been beset by infighting between pro-Ramaphosa supporters and those who support former ANC president Jacob Zuma. At the heart of the infighting are factions that existed before the party’s elective conference‚ which resulted in disputes being raised by some branches in the province. There were even suggestions by pro-Ramaphosa supporters for the provinci...

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