Standard Bank has come out and clarified the legitimacy of the proof of payment made between the EFF and Afriforum
Julius Malema sparked hilarious reactions after sharing a photo of Minister Gwede Mantashe on his X page. Take a look…
Maimane emphasised the need for political focus on improving teams like Bafana Bafana,instead of critising the Springboks for their emblem.
‘We love the Springboks, we have moved on from any bad or racist connotation associated with it,’ McKenzie said.
‘The man who chanted ‘Kill the Boer’ is offended by an ode to an Anglo-Boer War general,’ an X user said about Malema’s complaints.
‘We don’t have a problem with rugby. We love rugby, but we don’t love Mabokoboko’: Julius Malema has once again slammed the Springboks.
Amidst load shedding’s return,EFF leader questions why the lights were on during the Rugby World Cup while matric exams face darkness?
The EFF has been criticised for its message to the four-time Rugby World Cup champions, the Springboks, following Saturday’s victory.
EFF has accused President Cyril Ramaphosa of state capture and being a puppet to billionaire Johann Rupert.
The EFF withdrew the Relocation Bill, however they plan to bring it back at a later time, possibly after an anticipated electoral win by the party.
Patriotic Alliance’s Gayton McKenzie has been called a copycat after announcing the party’s 10th birthday celebration at Orlando Stadium.
The EFF has taken decisive action by expelling 63 of its members including MP Vusi Khoza for not organising buses for its 10th birthday
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi penned his darling wife, the former ‘Generations’ actress, Mmabatho Montsho a sweet birthday message on his feed.
Julius Malema and his bodyguard have failed to have failed in their court bid to have the firearm discharge case struck off the roll.
EFF president Julius Malema has encouraged Maphorisa to “go very hard” at an ex-convict who claimed the DJ sleeps with his male artists.
A X user has called Malema out for ‘encouraging EFF members not to support rugby’ because it is “a white sport”.
The DA says various social media platforms have raised concern that white students are denied entry onto campus at the university.
JP Smith warned that the City of Cape Town will not hesitate to pursue criminal and civil legal action against violence instigators.