ANC won’t pay R102m for election posters despite court order
Party says it will appeal judgment rather than pay Durban-based company
The legal battle between the ANC and Ezulweni Investments over the more than R102m the party owes the firm for election posters seems far from over.
This is despite a South Gauteng High Court ruling ordering the ANC to pay its debt to Ezulweni for services rendered in relation to its 2019 election campaign.
The court last week rejected the ANC’s application to appeal its ruling two months ago that found that the party had a binding verbal agreement with Ezulweni for supplying ANC street posters for the 2019 general election. The posters cost more than R100m...