Gauteng's Supreme Court in Pretoria ruled that Supra Mahamapello should return to his office and resume his responsibilities as chair of the Northwest ANC.
This, after Mahamapello and four others, turned to court on Tuesday for urgency, demanding that he enforce the decision last week to reverse the NEC's National Executive Committee (NEC) decision to dissolve his provincial executive committee (SIC) .
Last week, Judge Faiese Katari-Sethilan handed a ruling to the Supreme Court of South Gauthenburg in Johannesburg, restoring SIC and canceling the provincial team set up by NEK as a temporary structure.
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On Tuesday, the lawyers of the five appellants, lawyers Dali Moffu and Tembeka Nguatobi, told the court that the PEC should be restored even if its mandate expired this week, claiming that the Secretary-General of the ANC, As Magashule, has introduced a moratorium on conferences until the general elections in 2019, which will allow the PEC to complete its work.
Kathree-Setiloane, who has also heard the matter in Pretoria, has ordered Magushule to take immediate and immediate steps to ensure compliance with the court order.
"The order to accept the appeal for the order of 6 February came into effect."
The IPR member and the first complainant, Aaron Motswana, complained that they had no choice but to force ANC NEC, the highest decision-making body between congressmen, to execute the court order.
He complained that the PEC had not allowed space to identify himself, and questioned the ANC's decision to challenge some aspects of Friday's decision.
ANC, however, said it accepted that its decision to dissolve the provincial structure was wrong, according to the courts, but said it was necessary to challenge the aspects of Kathree-Setiloane's decision on NEC's power.
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