The regional conference of the African National Congress (ANC) in the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati region hangs in the balance.
This as a group of disgruntled members are heading to court to seek an interdict to halt the conference set to take place on Saturday in Bray near Tosca.
They allege that the Provincial Executive Committee (PEC) together with the Regional Task Team (RTT) have flouted processes leading to the conference.
Among their grievances are that there are parallel structures, some branches have not been launched and others have not been audited.
Thapelo Galeboe, representing the disgruntled ANC members says they had written to ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule asking him to order the postponement of the conference.
“We have written letters to the PEC of the ANC. We have addressed the leadership of the ANC in different forums to correct the ANC, because bogus delegates have been mobilised. Legitimate delegates have been replaced. Thorough processes have not been communicated through correct delegates, either by the RTT or the PEC. We have taken a decision that we are going to approach the court of law.”
Asked for a comment, ANC national spokesperson Khusela Diko said they will not discuss the matters of the ANC through the media.
Diko says every member of the ANC must go through the proper party channels to lay complaints, something these disgruntled members say they have done.