Johannesburg - The group of disgruntled smaller political parties have vowed to continue with their legal action relating to alleged irregularities that occurred in the 2019 general elections.
This despite one of the parties, the African Transformation Movement (ATM), saying it accepted the election results.
ATM's head of policy Mzwanele Manyi held an impromptu briefing after the Electoral Commission's pronouncement on objections raised and legal action in relation to the irregularities.
The commission dismissed most of the 47 objections raised, saying they failed to meet the requirements of section 55 and lacked any evidence of irregularity.
Five were upheld while another five were withdrawn by the objecting parties. It also vowed to challenge any legal action relating to these objections raised.