African National Congress (ANC) president Cyril Ramaphosa said that there was nothing unusual about the decision to adjourn the party’s national elective conference until 5 January.
The party’s five-day conference, held at Nasrec, was set to conclude its work on Wednesday but had to put it off to a later date following some delays in proceedings.
This included a late start to the registration of delegates on day one.
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Delegates agreed to adopt the proposal, with the second part of the conference set to take place in a hybrid format.
Despite the adjournment, Ramaphosa delivered his closing speech on Wednesday.
“This is not unusual. We have held a number of conferences throughout the country that were part held and adjourned for finalization at a later stage and the reasons have been set out very clearly and put before us.”