Just a day after President Jacob Zuma promised to slaughter cows to celebrate the ANC’s election victory, Julius Malema did the same at an EFF mini-rally in the same province.
“The EFF will win more than 50% of the vote,” Julius Malema has said in response to a Twitter question about what the party “realistically” expected to achieve in the May 7 polls.
Moments after pleading poverty in front of several thousands of his supporters, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema hit the skies in a helicopter, heading to his next rally.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has ridiculed President Jacob Zuma, calling him a “domkop” (fool) while slamming the rest of the ANC and union federation Cosatu for having “sold out”.
The commander-in-chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, has apologised to former president Thabo Mbeki’s mother, Epainette, for the things he said while he was still a firebrand leader of the ANC Youth League and fierce supporter of President Jacob Zuma.
Julius Malema, Helen Zille and their parties got more mentions at what was branded a Chris Hani memorial lecture than the late struggle hero.
A trust has been launched to collect funds to settle EFF leader Julius Malema’s R16 million SA Revenue Service (Sars) bill.
After every election, pundits and opponents alike are left wondering how the ANC pulls the kind of electoral support it does despite continuous service- delivery protests, numerous scandals by its leaders in government and internal ruptures.
People support the EFF because of its policies, not because they are against President Jacob Zuma, party leader Julius Malema has said.
The ANC has expressed concern over statements by political parties calling on Pansy Tlakula, chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), to resign.
Opposition political parties will take the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) to court to get its chairperson Pansy Tlakula suspended unless she steps down willingly within the next seven days.
Several newspapers published prank stories and advertisements for April Fools’ Day, mocking the government and recent controversial projects.
President Jacob Zuma must be arrested for stealing public money, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has said.
The Economic Freedom Fighters are ready to change the North West, its leader Julius Malema has said.
Economic Freedom Fighters members filed into the Montshioa Stadium in Mahikeng ahead of the party’s provincial manifesto launch today.
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