- The EFFs Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts about SANEF
- Malema claimed that SANEF had a discussion about the EFF and wanting to boycott the party
- SANEF spokesperson Hopewell Radebe told Briefly.co.za that the allegations are false
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has taken to social media to share his thoughts about the South African National Editors' Forum. According to Malema, SANEF discussed 'boycotting' the EFF.
The EFF's Floyd Shivambu joined Malema in calling the forum out for the alleged discussion. Shivambu stated that SANEF could 'go to hell' for the alleged conversation. However, Hopewell Radebe of SANEF has denied the accusations.
Speaking to Briefly.co.za, Radebe stated that SANEF has met twice this year, once in January and once in February. He added that Malema was never discussed in the meetings and that the conversation simply did not happen.
Take a look at Malema's tweet below:
Read some of the responses left under Malema's tweet below:
"Let them come and like @eNCA announce their "principled decision" to boycot our movement. It's time to deal with @SAEditorsForum in the manner that they are... A self appointes groupie which is overtly political and anti EFF. They are not media practitioners."
"Without News coverage, the EFF will be nothing and will fade from existence. EFF will soon come running and beg for forgiveness if they stop receiving coverage. Come on SANEF, do SA a favour and stop EFF coverage with immediate effect."
Below is Shivambu's tweet:
Read some of the responses to Shivambu's post below:
"Floyd you are smarter than your friend you know that you don't mean it."
"Media made you, media will end you. Watch!"
@RhaduuXesibe responded with:
"They report negative nonsense anyway. Good riddance to bad rubbish."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that Malema had told the eNCA to 'voetsek'. Malema declared that he and the entire EFF are officially cutting ties with a South African media house and all their journalists and will no longer be willing to speak to them.
In his tweet, Malema wrote that he and other EFF members will not be taking interviews with the eNCA. His mini-rant comes after eNCA journalist Lindsay Dentlinger was accused of acting racist after requesting black politicians wear facemasks while being interviewed but did not request the same from black politicians.
"No journalists Male/Female from eNCA will interview any of the EFF activists anywhere globally; you can all jump anyhow you want. VOTSEK!!!," he wrote in the tweet.
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