Julius Malema has said that black people will only be free when white people carry black babies on their backs.
The EFF leader made the comment while addressing supporters outside the Newcastle Magistrate's Court.
He said he longed for the day when whites would serve black people.
"You must teach them how to carry babies on their back. They must feel what our parents have been feeling," he said.
Malema stressed that he was not calling for white people be killed or expelled from South Africa, only that they should work as domestic workers for black South Africans.
He also fired shots at the DA's John Steenhuisen, saying he dreamed of the day that Steenhuisen would be driving a tractor on EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi's farm. Similarly, Malema slammed the ANC, saying they were too afraid of white people.
Malema said that black South Africans had fought white people for the land before, and promised that he would not stop fighting now. He referred to white South Africans as "bastards" and said South Africa was not "Van Wyk and Van Tonder's land", according to The Citizen.
Malema was at the court because of charges from 2016 that he violated the Riotous Assemblies Act. These charges were also the result of controversial comments. At the time, he was allegedly inciting people to unlawfully seize land.
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