Bernadette Wicks20 March 2024 | 4:55

'We will stand with whatever outcome', says Mbalula on ANC vs MK case

ANC secretary-general FIkile Mbalula says they will respect the outcome of the Electoral Court's ruling on its complaint against the newly formed MK party.

'We will stand with whatever outcome', says Mbalula on ANC vs MK case

The integrity commission report has reportedly been handed to ANC secretary general Fikile Mbalula. File Photo: X

JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC)'s secretary-general Fikile Mbalula says the party will respect the court's ruling on their challenge to the newly-formed Umkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party's registration with the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa, whichever way it goes.

Judgment was reserved in the Electoral Court sitting in Bloemfontein on Tuesday.

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The ANC has complained that due process wasn't followed, adding that the MK Party's registration with the commission must be reviewed and set aside as.

Following proceedings, Mbalula addressed the media and said: "The ANC is here today [Tuesday] in Mangaung to make a statement before the courts and in particular the Electoral Court. We have made our case and we will stand with whatever outcome comes with it."