EFF invades home of sangoma killer Fritz Joubert following ordeal

EFF invades home of sangoma killer Fritz Joubert following ordeal

- The EFF has invaded the farm of the controversial murderer Fritz Joubert following the incident that shocked the nation

- The party took over the home of the killer, adamant that they are taking a stand against racism

- The death of Anele Hoyana has left both his family and citizens reeling after Joubert posted footage of the fateful night on social media

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The EFF has arrived at the farm of murderer Fritz Joubert in a demonstration against racism.

Briefly.co.za reported that Julius Malema had shared one of the now-infamous videos and it seems his supporters have risen to the occasion.

Following the violent end of Anele Hoyana's life, EFF regional chair Mziyandda Hlekiso commented:

“We are taking over that house. We will occupy the house to fight racism. Racism has no place in SA and that is what we are trying to demonstrate."

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The EFF has “taken over” the farm of Gonubie killer Fritz Joubert in a show of force against racism.

When asked if he was aware that the home was still an active crime scene, Hlekiso told DispatchLIVE:

“We will stand outside the house and wait for the police to finish the job and enter it. If it is locked we will break in. If family members are still left, we will drive them out.”

Joubert was reportedly receiving training from his victim to become a sangoma, who had been residing with the farm-owner.

The situation spiralled out of control, with Joubert referring to Hoyana as 'satan' in the harrowing videos.

The killer had taken the two small children hostage, with police eventually rescuing them from the ordeal and handing them back to their traumatised mother.

Speculation that the man had been possessed was cast aside, with traditional leaders adamant that either alcohol or illicit substances were definitely at play.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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