It is all systems go for the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) second elective conference in Nasrec, south of Johannesburg.
The country’s third largest party is expected to elect new leadership in a four-day conference (13 – 16 December).
Party branches from across the country will also meet to discuss the party’s constitutional amendments that are expected to help solidify the EFF’s stature in South Africa’s political landscape in what they call, the National People’s Assembly (NPA).
Number of delegates expected
According to EFF Secretary General, Godrich Gardee, more than 3800 branch delegates – with 2800 having gone through accreditation already – will elect new leadership, with Limpopo having the biggest representation in terms of delegate numbers.
Limpopo has 596 delegates followed by Gauteng with 536 then KZN is sending 532, the Eastern Cape has 442 representatives, Mpumalanga 428, North West 388, Free State 236, Western Cape at 196 and last is Northern Cape with 156 delegates.
This gives a total of 3510 expected delegates. A number of local and international delegates are also expected to attend the conference.
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