Suspended African National Congress (ANC) Secretary-General Ace Magashule has served Luthuli House with court papers challenging the constitutionality of the “step-aside” ANC 2017 Conference resolution and the ANC NEC decision that resulted in his suspension.
Video: ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule files court papers challenging the step aside resolution
All charged leaders of the governing party had to step aside from their positions due to court cases relating to fraud, corruption and money laundering.
The embattled Secretary-General refused to step aside and was thus summarily suspended by the party’s highest decision-making body between conferences the National Executive Committee (NEC).
Mabuza attorneys have sent a letter to the Gauteng High court seeking an order for the step aside resolution to be declared unconditional.
Magashule also wants his suspension as ANC Secretary-General lifted.
Below are court papers challenging the step-aside resolution:
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