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Malema back in court for firearm case


Malema’s firearm case postponed to November

By: Natasha Archary Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, Julius Malema's firearm case has been postponed to November for closing arguments. This week, Malema and his bodyguard Adriaan Snyman took to the stands in the East London Magistrates Court, after failing in their bid in October 2023, to have the charges against them dropped. Still maintaining their innocence, the two claim the firearm that Malema was said to have recklessly discharged […]


Malema back in court for firearm case

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Malema back in court for firearm case, claims gun fired was a toy

By: Natasha Archary Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Leader, Julius Malema and his bodyguard, Adriaan Snyman are back in court for their firearm case. In October 2023, Malema and his co-accused lost their bid to have the charges against them dropped. Still maintaining their innocence, the two claim the firearm that Malema was said to have recklessly discharged at the EFF's 5th birthday celebrations in 2018 was a toy. The […]


Malema embracing Shebeshxt during a performance


Malema comes forward to cover Shebeshxt’s hospital bill

By: Natasha Archary Image: EFF Leader Julius Malema embracing Shebeshxt during his performance at the EFF rally earlier this year Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, Julius Malema has come forward to cover Shebeshxt's hospital bill. This after the Limpopo-born rapper was involved in a horrific car crash on Saturday, 08 June which left him severely injured, and requiring surgery. On Monday, 10 June the family confirmed that the rapper's […]


Malema calls for accountability from non-performing leaders in the EFF


Malema loses bid to have gun charges dropped

By: Natasha Archary Julius Malema/ EFF Twitter Julius Malema and his co-accused Adriaan Snyman have lost their bid to have gun charges against them dropped. This after Magistrate Twanett Olivier dismissed Malema and Snyman's application to have their case taken off the court roll due to lack of evidence. The court proceedings were streamed live on the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) X page, and the two pleaded not guilty to […]


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“Irritating cockroach!” Malema reportedly sues Kenny Kunene for R1 million

By: Natasha Archary A 2021 remark that Patriotic Alliance Deputy President, Kenny Kunene made in reference about EFF leader Julius Malema, may cost the businessman R1 million. This as Malema approaches the Equality Court, accusing Kunene of hate speech for calling him "an irritating cockroach" during a live television interview. The remarks were made during the 2021 local government elections, in a discussion on party coalitions. "Once I'm done, I'm […]



EFF calls for Parliament to be moved to Tshwane

Kaya 959 Reporter The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has once again called for the relocation of the South African Parliament to Tshwane. The political party has made calls that many of the issues of time wasted on travelling & the saving of costs would be dealt with by moving to Tshwane. The EFF calls for any money which would be set aside for repairs of what seems like irreversible damage, […]



EFF Leader Julius Malema says the red berets are shaking the political landscape

Kaya 959 Reporter EFF leader Julius Malema has taken a jab at other smaller parties such as Action SA for running in this year's local government elections. Malema says it's the red berets who are shaking the political landscape. The leader says the EFF has humbled the likes of the ANC in their election campaigning and the support they've gained. He said there hasn't been a single election where they […]


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“I’m back…” Malema back on Twitter

By Kaya 959 News It's back to business on Twitter for Julius Malema after his account was temporarily suspended for more than 10 hours. He was suspended on Tuesday for violating the social media platform's rules. It is believed that Malema was cited over tweets in which he slammed the deployment of the SANDF. Malema tweeted that if soldiers were deployed, the EFF would join what is happening on the […]



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