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Julius Malema

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South Africa

S.A’s AfriForum Asserts No Politician Is Above the Law Amid Malema Trial

    S.A's AfriForum maintains that no politician is above the law as EFF leader Julius Malema and co-accused Adriaan Snyman stand trial in the East London Regional Court. Community Safety spokesperson Jacques Broodryk criticized Malema's shifting defense and cited expert opinions disputing the use of blanks or a toy gun at an EFF rally. Broodryk also highlighted Snyman's past misconduct with firearms, stressing the need for justice to prevail.

todayJune 21, 2024 6

South Africa

Julius Malema Denies Endangering Lives During 2018 EFF Celebration

EFF leader, Julius Malema has denied claims that he endangered lives by firing a shot in the air during the EFF’s fifth birthday celebrations in 2018 at Mdantsane's Sisa Dukashe Stadium. Malema and co-accused Adriaan Snyman are on trial in East London Regional Court for Malema's alleged firing of what appeared to be a rifle. He argued that no attendees opened a case against him and denies claims of intimidation: […]

todayJune 20, 2024 22

South Africa

EFF leader Julius Malema says they are not against a government of national unity

In South Africa, EFF leader, Julius Malema says they are not against a government of national unity, but they will not participate in a government that includes right-wing and reactionary political parties. He briefed the media yesterday evening on coalition talks. The EFF is the fourth biggest party in the country, securing 9.52-percent of the votes in the general election. Malema says they will not work with the DA and […]

todayJune 14, 2024 23

South Africa

Western Cape High Court Rejects EFF’s Bid to Invalidate National Assembly Rules

Western Cape's High Court has dismissed the EFF’s application to invalidate the National Assembly rules that saw the legislative body take action against six party members. Last year, the members, including leader Julius Malema and deputy president Floyd Shivambu, stormed the stage while president Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the State of the Nation Address. They were found guilty of contempt of Parliament and suspended for 30 days with no pay. The […]

todayJune 11, 2024 9

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Ongudu yo DA no ANC, tadi kaya mee nghundafana oshivike eeshi shi nasha ne pangelo lo pamuhanga

Osheendo sho va nambelewa vo pombada mongudu yo politika yo DA mo S.A, oshati oshivike eeshi ota shi kaya mee nghundafana no ngudu yo ANC,  oku tala kee nghendabala do ku etapo epangelo lo pamuhanga. Ongudu yo milameno yo pombada mo shilongo osho oye shi ye lifa kutya, yoo oye li pyakudukwa oku li ka lekela ko kule oma yooloka ayo. Eedjo da yoo loka di shi oku li neeelwa […]

todayJune 4, 2024 4

South Africa

S.Africa set for political shake-up after historic vote

        By Umberto BACCHI Johannesburg, May 31, 2024 (AFP) - South Africa's ruling ANC was on track to score its worst electoral result ever on Friday, with early tallies showing voters deserted the party in droves, ending its 30-year political dominance. If the African National Congress (ANC) is confirmed as dropping below 50 percent of the vote, it would force the party to seek coalition partners to […]

todayMay 31, 2024 7

South Africa

ANC set to lose majority after watershed vote

          By Umberto BACCHI with Zama LUTHULI in Durban   South Africa's ruling ANC was on course to lose its 30-year-old unchallenged majority on Thursday after voters queued long into the night to cast their ballots, preliminary results and projections showed. With a fifth of votes tallied, the ANC was leading but with a score of 44 percent -- well down on the 57 percent it […]

todayMay 30, 2024 19

South Africa

Julius Malema Accuses ANC of Vote Buying Through Load-Shedding Suspension

Julius Malema, the President of the EFF, spoke at a gathering in De Aar, Northern Cape, alleging that the ANC government is engaging in vote-buying tactics by halting load-shedding during the election period. Malema highlighted that Eskom has not enforced load-shedding for 46 consecutive days. He emphasized the EFF's goal of ensuring electricity access for all households, pointing out that Eskom has the capacity to achieve this as it supplies […]

todayMay 13, 2024 8

South Africa

EFF leader Julius Malema has vowed to raise the minimum wage substantially once his party is elected into power

  EFF leader, Julius Malema has vowed to raise the minimum wage substantially once his party is elected into power on the 29th of this month. He spoke at an EFF Workers’ Day rally in Hammanskraal, north of Pretoria yesterday. The latest survey by global market research firm Ipsos, predicts that the party will receive 11.5-percent of the vote nationally. Malema says it is important that workers are protected and […]

todayMay 2, 2024 13

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