EFF member threatens to kill News24 editor in apparent support to BLF's calls

EFF member threatens to kill News24 editor in apparent support to BLF's calls

TshekoTsk has threatened to murder Adriaan Basson following the News24 editor’s recent article on Julius Malema, this had been in response to an article discussing the recent rant of BLF leader Andile Mngxitama.

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Adriaan Basson, the editor at News24, has said that he is looking into placing charges against an EFF supporter after receiving death threats.

“TshekoTsk”, an Economic Freedom Fighter supporter took to Twitter to threaten to murder ‘white animals’ and to kill ‘people like Basson’.

TshekoTsk has since deleted the Tweet, which had been in response to an article about BLF leader Andile Mngxitama’s call to kill white people on Saturday.

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The EFF supporter Tweeted that he had never agreed with Mngxitama on any before, but the racist call to arms he supported. He added that ‘action’ to murder people like Basson should be planned out.

TshekoTsk revealed on Twitter that he had been arrested in recent three times because of the ‘land struggle’.

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He had also taken on Jacques Pauw after the journalist released the home address of Julius Malema. TshekoTsk had promised Pauw that if Malema’s family was harmed as a result of this, Pauw would have to flee the country to escape the consequences.

“We will make sure you become first casualty. We will deal with your whiteness accordingly,” he said.

Briefly.co.za reported that Adriaan Basson has been critical of Julius Malema as well as the EFF in recent times. Julius Malema had sparked an article by Basson after the EFF leader had referred to him as a ‘racist thing’

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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