Opposition parties in Nelson Mandela Bay, with the exception of the DA, yesterday welcomed the move to disband the ANC regional structure.
Bhisho legislature administration head Phumelele Ndamase is leaving the institution after serving for more than five years.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has vowed to deal harshly with divisive elements within his fledgling party, saying there will be no room for “staff riders and anarchists”.
About 177 Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) delegates from the Eastern Cape are expected to attend the party’s Mangaung National People’s Assembly.
BCM approved the appointment of four new directors during a closed meeting at the Abottsford Christian Centre yesterday.
President Jacob Zuma will lead a high-powered ANC delegation to Nelson Mandela Bay Metro on Monday in an effort to solve ongoing “troubles” in the party in the region.
The first six months of the fifth Parliament was tarnished by “rampant anarchy, disorder, and roguishness”, ANC Chief Whip Stone Sizani said in a statement today.
The EFF today said it was preparing to go to the Constitutional Court to challenge Parliament’s sanctions against some of its MPs.