ANC officially asks branches to nominate delegates for elective conference - News24

News24ANC officially asks branches to nominate delegates for elective conferenceNews24Cape Town – The ANC on Friday officially asked branches to nominate delegates to attend the ANC elective conference in December. Some 4 723 delegates will be attending the conference to choose the next president of the party and its top leadership, ...and more »

Mpumalanga now second biggest voting bloc in ANC - Times LIVE

Times LIVEMpumalanga now second biggest voting bloc in ANCTimes LIVEThe ANC is to deploy a total of 4 723 voting delegates from its branches to the national elective conference in December‚ with KwaZulu-Natal having the biggest delegation at 870. The total number of delegates is a marginal increase from the previous ...and more »

ANC Leadership Race: Allocation of branch delegates to each province reveals Mpumalanga's strength - Daily Maverick

Daily MaverickANC Leadership Race: Allocation of branch delegates to each province reveals Mpumalanga's strengthDaily MaverickMpumalanga will play a bigger role than mere kingmaker at the ANC's December conference as newly-released figures reveal that the province – which was the fifth biggest in 2012 – has massively grown and officially overtaken the Eastern Cape as the ...and more »

ANC allocates delegate numbers for elective conference - eNCA

eNCAANC allocates delegate numbers for elective conferenceeNCAJOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC) has instructed branches across the country to start nominating delegates for the party's December elective conference. It's allocated each province a certain number of delegates on a proportionality ...and more »

Mpumalaga emerges as kingmaker in ANC race, conference list shows - Business Day

Business DayMpumalaga emerges as kingmaker in ANC race, conference list showsBusiness DayA total of 4.723 delegates are set to attend the ANC national conference in December, a letter from the party headquarters to provincial secretaries showed on Friday. The letter sent by secretary-general Gwede Mantashe and seen by Business Day provides ...and more »