As Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, prepared to take the stage at the Soweto stadium at a final rally before this week’s South Africa elections, a sea of scarlet glowed.
Estimates of the ANC vote range from 48% to more than 60% while there is a general consensus that the right-of-centre Democratic Alliance of Mmusi Maimane is likely to drop below 20% down from 22% in 2014 and the radical Economic Freedom Fighters of Julius Malema are likely to break through the 10% threshold up from 6% (AC Vol 60 No 1 The fight for the ANC's soul).
South African and global news updates with a twist. 2oceansvibe is South Africa’s biggest solely owned online news platform, giving the latest local and world news updates. Category archive for Julius Malema.South Africa’s white population must share the wealth of the world’s most unequal society or face the consequences, the left-wing leader Julius Malema said before tomorrow’s general election.South Africa's governing ANC has suspended youth leader Julius Malema from the party for five years. He was found guilty of bringing the party into disrepute and ordered to step down as youth.
There are concerns that SA could go down a similar path if Malema comes to power. 5% of people polled said he would be the best candidate. More on South Africa. 11 things businesses hate about.
Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), has warned citizens of biased reporting ahead of election day on 8 May. With little over a month to go before South Africans head to.
Acting for Malema, advocate Vuyani Ngalwana said the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) found no evidence that the EFF or Malema were in breach of the electoral code.
South Africa’s 2019 General Elections will be the sixth election held since the end of the apartheid system in 1994. The vote will determine three things; members of the National Assembly, which forms the basis for national administration, provincial legislatures in each province, which determines provincial government rule, and who will become the next President of South Africa.
Analysis - In his party's advertisements, Julius Malema postures as president. It's not too far a gamble to suggest that his way of getting there is through the ANC.
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South Africa's firebrand politician Julius Malema, held his party's final election rally on Sunday, hoping to woo disaffected voters from the ruling ANC party with just three days.
Julius Malema, who seeks nationalization of mines and land and the curbing of white economic power, called on other opposition parties to unite with his Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to break.
Julius Malema reacts to SONA 2014 in parliament and tells the truth as it is, and when one racist attempted to raise dumb questions, the president told him he didn't have time for racist questions, as he is on a better mission to reclaim the country to its natives. Viva Malema Viva Africa Show less.
Julius Malema's party currently on 6% of the vote The ANC is accused of corruption and ineptitude, but is coasting towards another big win in the South African election. Julius Malema 's EFF party.
A bench warrant was issued Monday for the arrest of Julius Malema, a fiery leader of one of South Africa’s main opposition parties, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF). The warrant was issued over Malema's failure to appear in court with a co-accused on charges related to the firing of a rifle in public.