Tuesday, July 13, 2010
ANCYL case to be struck off court roll
13 July 2010, 11:55
Malema did tell cops to remove delegates...
ANCYL 'dismayed' at members' action
Malema hit by rebellion in ranks
ANC brokers truce in Youth League troubles
A case involving the ANC Youth League's national leaders and ousted members of its Limpopo branch is to be struck off the court roll, former provincial league chairman Lehlogonolo Masoga said on Tuesday.
"The ANC has requested us to give it time to intervene," Masoga said, speaking at the High Court in Johannesburg.
"We have come to an agreement with the Youth League to strike the case off the court roll."
Masoga was waiting for the league's attorney to arrive to finalise the matter.
The court action followed a leadership conference in Makhado earlier this year where Masoga was ousted as chairman and replaced by Frans Moswone, who is aligned to ANCYL president Julius Malema.
The former chairman said he hoped the ANC would "do the right thing" and reconvene a conference in the province.
He approached the mother body to intervene after internal league processes had failed. Masoga also approached the court to have disciplinary proceedings against him set aside.
Outside the high court a number of Youth League members gathered, were singing songs in support of Malema and holding placards reading "hands off our leadership". - Sapa
Comments by Sonny
Yes, court cases deferred, is justice denied!
Was Masoga promised a duck that lays golden eggs!!