“We are meeting senior counsels to try to get a better view and many different lawyers to see what the options are, but haven’t taken a decision yet,” the source said.
“But I can tell you it’s a 90% probability that it will be taken up in court.
“Not the election result itself necessarily, but to have all those procedural defects heard by the court because they had a cumulative affect on the elections.
“Despite what Safa claims, the judge did not dismiss the application to stop the elections on the merits — it was a matter of urgency.
“The strongest issue here is the merits. But because there are so many cases — some went to Sascoc [the SA Olympic committee], the Vhembe region dispute, Harry Gwala, Nelson Mandela Bay, Mopane and the cases in the North West — still outstanding, the question is how we deal with all of those.
“Because all of those are talking to how Safa systematically removed leadership around the country to show what Safa considered to be a united, or near united vote for Danny Jordaan.”