A high level delegation from Luthuli House is in the North West addressing outstanding disputes ahead of the deadline for branches to have held their meetings.
There are allegations of a recent fight at a branch in Madibeng, which resulted in the loss of an unborn baby.
Branches in the Bojanala region appeared before the dispute resolution committee on Saturday.
The Provincial Executive Committee says 95 % of the branches have held their Branch General Meetings (BGM).
Last-minute interventions by the party’s National Executive Committee, they have been in the province for the last two weeks.
African National Congress (ANC) NEC member David Mahlobo says: “Tomorrow is the final cut-off date and then those remaining branches if there are issues of disputes that are being raised, we will find a mechanism to conclude them before we go to the national executive committee meeting that is scheduled for next week.”
But some branch meetings have left victims in their wake with Aobakwe Sekwamaje, suffering a miscarriage.
She was assaulted at a branch meeting at Mothutlung near Brits.
“We didn’t finalise anything at the BGM because the chairperson was not there and many people were not there, they wanted the secretary to chair the meeting, so like that’s where the fight started.”
The matter is being investigated by the police.
Brits SAPS spokesperson Mpeile Tlalane says: “We do have a case of assault pertaining to a meeting that has happened or took place in Mothutlung hall on the 15th of this month. At this particular moment we are busy with the information as we have established an investigation.”
The ANC in the province has distanced itself from those assaulting people in the name of the party.
The dispute resolution committee will on Sunday listen to disputes from the Dr. Kenneth Kaunda region.