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.
National Assembly sergeant-at-arms Regina Mohlomi pleaded with Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema and his fellow MPs to leave the House on August 21, MPs heard.
Parliament’s powers and privileges committee will resume disciplinary proceedings against 20 Economic Freedom Fighters MPs, including party leader Julius Malema, who heckled President Jacob Zuma in the National Assembly.
MPs sitting on Parliament’s powers and privileges committee have been warned to keep their personal feelings out of the disciplinary process against 20 EFF politicians.
The August 21 disruption of National Assembly proceedings by 20 Economic Freedom Fighters MPs was unprecedented, a long-time parliamentary employee has testified.
After walking out of his disciplinary hearing, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema proceeded to a Cape Town hotel to interview judicial candidates.
The parliamentary disciplinary hearing over the “pay back the money” protest was opened to the media this morning at the request of the Economic Freedom Fighters.
Twenty MPs of the Economic Freedom Fighters, including leader Julius Malema, will appear before a parliamentary committee on disciplinary charges stemming from their heckling of President Jacob Zuma.
Julius Malema appeared in court last week and with him, a Louis Vuitton belt.
The Economic Freedom Fighters may take up arms if their “peaceful revolution” is met with violence from the state, says party leader Julius Malema.
The NPA has denied claims by EFF leader Julius Malema of interference in his corruption case.
City Press on Twitter
- Ka**ir slur costs employer R50 000: http://t.co/qiPU8hiOmX 3 hours ago
- Gambling board blows millions on overseas trips: http://t.co/FTlkedE6VS 4 hours ago
- Jacob Zuma cancels United Kingdom trip: http://t.co/eypX0PqGRQ 4 hours ago
- Zuma-Mantashe rift report ‘entrenches racist narrative’: http://t.co/aPfgmaqJcg 5 hours ago
- RT @albert_mashamba: Their pride is just too huge to swallow. They have been beaten by the DA hands down. #talkingpoint 5 hours ago
Thursday morning. The last day of Mampara Week. Where I come from, that’s the week before payday.
It should be increasingly difficult for South Africa’s top executives to justify their enormous pay packages, given the furore over excessive pay, the country’s high level of unemployment, and the huge disparity between the highest- and lowest-paid employees at companies.