- The Economic Freedom fighters are not content to be an opposition party forever
- They believe that the party is a government in waiting, Banzi Dambuza echoed these sentiments recently
- Dambuza has said that the EFF has learned a lot over the past few years and are ready to lead
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Cape Town - The Economic Freedom Fighters are ready to lead the country according to the party's regional spokesperson Banzi Dambuza.
Dambuza said that the party had learned a lot and are ready to take over, he called the EFF a "government in waiting" according to IOL.
The EFF has contested in the local government elections only two times and currently has seven councillors in office.
Political parties across the country are gearing up for the local elections. ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa is wooing voters in the Eastern Cape, EFF's Julius Malema is heading north and John Steenhuisen of the DA is heading to Gauteng and Cape Town.
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“Tjatjarag”: Local lady claps back at Dali Mpofu’s question on CR17 & Bosasa
Following the report on the scandal involving Digital Vibes and former Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize, Advocate Dali Mpofu took to social media. The experienced legal is a laughing stock after a social media user decided to clap back at his social media post.
Mpofu asked when is President Cyril Ramaphosa prepared to release the report on the Bosasa scandal, also hilariously calling it “Bosasa Vibes”. As the post attracted many users, a lady who seems to be a staunch African National Congress supporter shared the post.
Keabetswe seems to have loved the response from the young @RhuNdimande who clapped back at Mpofu.
Advocate Dali Mpofu trends on Twitter after losing Royal AM case
In another report, Briefly News reported that Advocate Dali Mpofu has been a source of entertainment for Twitter users after the court dismissed Royal AM's court case against the Premier Soccer League CEO and the National Soccer League.
In early June, Royal AM was successful in acquiring a court interdict to block the PSL playoffs from kicking off.
According to News24, Royal AM was unhappy Sekhukhune United was awarded three points as per an arbitration ruling by the PSL. This ruling subsequently made Sekhukhune United the GladAfrica Championship winners.
Source: Briefly News