Love them or hate them, the Economic Freedom Fighters are a necessary irritant and Julius Malema is a very cunning politician.
Julius Malema in big trouble for something he said? Well, I never…
Malema says that, while the EFF plans to take control of South Africa in the 2019 General Election, he has no desire to be state president.
Divisive and controversial, Julius Malema sat down with Al Jazeera for this exclusive interview.
Juju has warned the ANC that, should it continue to respond violently to peaceful protests, the EFF will “remove this government through the barrel of a gun.”
In his relatively short political career, Juju has said some pretty ‘out there’ things. Here’s our list of favs.
Pretty serious accusations coming from the EFF leader there, but Malema claims he’s received information suggesting the president wants to flee to Dubai…. wonder why.
The EFF leader was relentless while questioning Judge Jerome Mnguni as a potential candidate for the KZN High Court Deputy Judge President position.
For the first time since the end of the struggle, opposition parties are banding together for a common purpose; the removal of a disgraced ANC leadership.
EFF leader Julius Malema claims that Jacob Zuma has been smuggling money for the Gupta family out of the country.
Malema’s on a roll! First, he gets his degree and now he’s calling for early General Elections and breaking up parly… well he sure is confident and confidence is key.
Malema Tweeted earlier that sports minister Fikile Mbalula also got his cabinet job from the Guptas and it ain’t pretty folks. Have a look as Twitter erupts.
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille took to social media after EFF leader Julius Malema called her a “dancing monkey,” asking why it’s only considered “cheeky” when a white person is concerned.
His treatment of media might be questionable, but Julius Malema does know how how to be irksome when it comes to President Zuma.
Addressing EFF folks outside the constitutional court earlier today, Malema had some choice words about Zuma.
El presidente might be focused on his State of the Nation (SONA) address on Thursday, but there’s the small matter of the opposition parties sharpening their teeth for him in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday before we can think of SONA.
Juju has had it up to here with Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family and he’s not pulling any punches; here’s a live stream of today’s speech where Malema lays down the law.
The poor guy just can’t catch a break.
Malema is convinced that Zuma will fall from office, but maintains that it will be the work of the black majority and not a “hashtag or white capitalists.”