They might not have regularly seen eye-to-eye, but EFF leader Julius Malema and former DA head Mmusi Maimane proved to Mzansi they could overcome their differences. Here is a timeline of how they went from rivals to having a budding “bromance”. Knocking out Maimane At the beginning of 2019, Malema[…]
The South African Editors’ Forum (Sanef) has added its voice to the debacle where Eyewitness News (EWN) journalist Barry Bateman called EFF leader Julius Malema a “p**s” shortly after an interview on Tuesday. The video has been shared widely on social media and Bateman’s name was trending on Twitter on[…]
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Leader Julius Malema believes free education should have been prioritised when the new government came into power 25 years ago. The African National Congress (ANC) government implemented free higher education for poor students over a year ago following resolutions adopted at its elective conference held in Nasrec.[…]
The EFF has poured cold water on claims made by former central command member Thembinkosi Rawula that party money was mismanaged by Julius Malema and his deputy Floyd Shivambu. Rawula made a number of claims about party finances in a public post on Facebook on Friday. “I have been the[…]
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema is expected to appear in the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court in northern KwaZulu-Natal on Monday. He is facing a charge under the Riotous Assemblies Act in relation to the speeches he made in 2016. Malema allegedly incited party members to invade unoccupied land in Newcastle. In[…]
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