BLF latest news
Nelson Mandela's great-grandson, Mayibuye Mandela, says he will vote for BLF provincially and the ANC nationally. His motivation is the BLF's approach to South Africa's future and their shared dislike of white people.
BLF has 'congratulated' the ANC and EFF on their ability to fill up stadiums with supporters, but feel the parties aren't taking land expropriation seriously.
The Equality Court has ruled that Black First Land First (BLF) cannot use its campaign slogan "land or death". The Court said that the slogan amounted to hate speech. BLF has been given a month to remove the slogan
South African businessman Patrice Motsepe has filed an application to take on Black First Land First over 'embarrassing' and 'defamatory' allegations.
Both the FF+ and BLF have boasted a victory in their legal battle over the later's IEC registration for next week's general elections.
BLF has decided to not apologise for recent claims against billionaire Patrice Motsepe and his sister, but rather tell him that the party is not for sale. According to BLF, the Motsepe siblings are involved in 'underhanded' deals.