Another court battle involving African National Congress Provincial Task Team (PTT) and the party’s disgruntled members in the Free State is looming.

The disgruntled members have issued petitions to the PTT demanding its disbandment and branches to be audited.

The disgruntled group spokesperson Monnapule Ntamo says if their demands are not met, they will prevent this weekend’s provincial elective conference from taking place.

“Unless branches are being audited unless BGM’s are called and road map has been produced by the PTT and that PTT has to be balanced and failure to our lawyers have already prepared papers to begin to prevent the provincial conference to proceed,” says Ntamo.

On the contrary, the ANC Provincial Task Team Co-ordinator, William Bulwane, says they are ready for the conference.

“I want to put it on record that fourteen branches we are implementing what the court have said we are not compelled because we have reached our 70 percent of the branches that can take us to the conference,” expressed Bulwane.