"I Don't Participate In Rubbish": Malema Ditches Ramaphosa Meeting, Accuses Ramaphosa of Aligning With DA

"I Don't Participate In Rubbish": Malema Ditches Ramaphosa Meeting, Accuses Ramaphosa of Aligning With DA

  • Julius Malema snubbed a meeting between the leaders of South Africa's political parties organised by President Cyril Ramaphosa
  • Ramaphosa had convened the meeting to find solutions to the violence that has gripped South Africa over the last week
  • Malema said that he did not want to participate in the meeting, he accused Ramaphosa of aligning himself with the Democratic Alliance

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EFF leader Julius Malema has snubbed a meeting organised by President Cyril Ramaphosa with leaders of political parties.

The goal of the meeting was to find solutions to the unrest plaguing the nation with widespread destruction and looting.

President Cyril Ramaphosa, Julius Malema, Zuma protests
President Cyril Ramaphosa convened a meeting between political parties to find a solution to the unrest. Photo credit: GCIS/Flickr
Source: UGC

According to The Sowetan Live, Malema accused Ramaphosa of using the meeting to "rubber stamp" decisions and disregarding other parties contributions.

He went further and said that Ramaphosa was only agreeing with points raised by the Democratic Alliance.

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TimesLIVE reported that Malema said that he won't participate in "rubbish" meant to "impress white people".

Malema asserted that it was a factional battle within the ruling party and had nothing to do with the EFF.

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Floyd Shivambu speaks out about violence

Floyd Shivambu appeared on the international news channel Al Jazeera where he explained the EFF's position and what he believes to be the cause of the unrest.

He said that the process by which the Constitutional Court sentenced former president Jacob Zuma was irregular which led to the protests.

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Juju’s Twitter account was temporarily suspended on Tuesday amid talks that he also contributed to violent protests and looting in Mzansi.

However, he posted on the same platform that he has dispatched a team of legal representatives to look for the woman at various police stations.

Julius Malema's Twitter account suspended following an inflammatory post

Looking at articles related to Malema, Briefly News carried a story that Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has had his Twitter account suspended temporarily following tweets he made regarding the ongoing violent protests taking place across South Africa.

Malema's suspension was reported by Floyd Shivambu through a series of screengrabs on his Twitter account. Malema had warned against President Cyril Ramaphosa mobilising the military in response to the violence.

The EFF leader had warned that the EFF would join the protests of the military were called in to aid the authorities.

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