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Johannesburg - Disgruntled African National Congress (ANC) members will have to wait until Friday afternoon to know if their bid to have the Free State elective conference nullified is successful. 

The  rebels approached the Bloemfontein High Court again over the legitimacy of the provincial conference. 

The disgruntled members are adamant that the Provincial Executive Committee (PEC) did not comply with the high court order, which ruled that the conference cannot take place until 29 branches are reconvened, and that disputes arose at the branches and were never addressed ahead of the provincial conference. 

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According to eNCA, judgment was reserved in the high court until Friday at 2pm. 

Last month, disgruntled members successfully approached the Free State High Court to declare their branch meetings in the lead-up to the conference illegal.

The ANC was ordered to first convene all 29 branches in compliance with the party’s constitution before it held the two-day conference, which started on Sunday.