He said provincial leaders held the same view that Maimane would lead the party until 2021.
"It basically means that we are sticking to our position that a leader is elected democratically and that we are not going to allow a situation where a leader is removed undemocratically," Mncwango said.
"I haven't seen the report, I'm talking on principle about the situation we find ourselves in." Mncwango said it was up to conference delegates in 2021 to decide on the party's leadership.
"Delegates will decide whether he gets re-elected or not," said Mncwango.
Moodey confirmed he was part of the leaders who rejected "some aspects" of the report.
The report is said to have suggested a change of leadership in DA-governed metros in Tshwane, Johannesburg and the Western Cape.
DA spokesperson Solly Malatsi confirmed the report was discussed on Friday but said no decision was taken.
"No decisions were made in relation to the status of the draft report, as this function lies with the FedCo as the highest decision-making body of the party between congresses," he said.