Politics isn’t a sober business for Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) Julius Malema, who has labelled his foes as “drunkards”.
The EFF will seek an urgent interdict against the riot police who entered the National Assembly during a heated session, says party leader Julius Malema.
EFF leader Julius Malema has called Small Business Minister Lindiwe Zulu a “street girl” after she was physically restrained during a verbal altercation with one of his party’s MPs.
A disgruntled EFF member has accused party leader Julius Malema of lying when he claimed that unhappy members could approach him.
There was nothing wrong with the attempted land occupations in Nellmapius, Pretoria east, earlier this week, says EFF leader Julius Malema.
The 20 EFF MPs found guilty of charges stemming from their heckling of President Jacob Zuma over his Nkandla home will not plead in mitigation of their sanctions.
Parliament’s powers and privileges committee has found 20 Economic Freedom Fighters MPs guilty of all charges stemming from their heckling of President Jacob Zuma over his Nkandla home.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema did not assault or point a firearm at a security guard in Limpopo, the party has said.
Latching on to protests and dishing out its signature red berets did not help the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) win votes, the party has admitted.
The anger displayed by Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema is justifiable, Nelson Mandela’s former private secretary Zelda la Grange has said.
Three charges are being investigated against Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema for a scuffle involving a security guard, say Limpopo police.
The Economic Freedom Fighters have lambasted civil rights group AfriForum for defending “racists”.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has been called a “bully” who thinks he is above the law after he allegedly assaulted a man in a Limpopo restaurant.
CCTV footage shows Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema allegedly assaulting a patron at a restaurant in Limpopo, in August. AfriForum has assisted the patron in pressing charges against Malema.
The principal of Wilgehof Primary in Bloemfontein, where the old South African flag and pictures of Julius Malema alongside monkeys were displayed in a class, has been fired.
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The silence is about protecting white male privilege, which is under scrutiny in South Africa’s university system.
The ANC has lost moral authority. The public, even its voting public, no longer believes the party will do the right thing.