Johannesburg - The Freedom Front Plus (FF Plus) has warned that the registration of the Black First Land First (BLF) as a political party without following procedures could have consequences for the elections.
"This could have an impact on the allocation of seats in Parliament and in certain legislatures after the elections," FFP leader Pieter Groenewald said on Monday.
Groenwald was addressing the media in Parliament on the next steps they would take in their fight to have BLF deregistered.
Last week, the Electoral Court found that the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) erred when it did not publish the party's registration in the government gazette in 2016.
It ordered chief electoral officer Sy Mamabolo to publish the decision to register BLF as a party in order to allow objections.