- EFF leader, Julius Malema's court case related to his comments about land grabs has been postponed
- The law used to charge Malema is under challenge by him in the North Gauteng High Court
- Malema has failed to appear in the Newcastle Magistrate's Court under similar charges
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Leader, Julius Malema's land grab comments case has been postponed by the state at the Mangaung Regional Court on Friday.
Malema has filed an application to challenge the constitutionality of law used to charge him, the Riotous Assemblies Act, which is still to be heard at the North Gauteng High Court.
Malema faces charges of contravening the Riotous Assemblies Act after urging his supporters to invade land.
Briefly.co.za gathered in June 2016, he told supporters to occupy land, because it was taken from black people by force.
Malema failed to appear in the Newcastle Magistrate's Court on similar charges earlier this week.
His legal team represented him, and that case was postponed again.
After his appearance in the Newcastle Magistrate's Court in November 2016, Malema stepped outside and told his supporters to “occupy the land, because they have failed to give you the land”.
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