- EFF leader Julius Malema reportedly incited his followers in 2016 to invade unoccupied land
- These comments are in violation of the Riotous Assemblies Act
- Malema is expected in court on Monday, 25 June for violating the act
.The EFF leader Julius Malema is expected in court for comments he made in 2016.
The political leader is charged with violating the Riotous Assemblies Act with his comments.
According to SABC News, Malema told EFF supporters in 2016 to invade unoccupied land during the EFF's 2014 elective conference in Bloemfontein.
Now Malema has to appear in court on Monday, 25 June to be held accountable for his words. He is expected in the Newcastle Magistrate’s court.
Briefly.co.za learned that Malema was not present at his last court case in Newcastle. His legal team showed up and the case was postponed until the 25th of June.
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