Black First Land First
Black First Land First is facing court battles that they can't afford to pay. The political party claims the cases against them are opportunistic and want to destroy them through legal costs as they face a charge of hate speech.
The Democratic Alliance has revealed that they will be pressing hate speech charges against Andile Mngxitama after the BLF leader's racially motivated incitement of violence during his recent homecoming speech.
BLF leader, Andile Mngxitama, angered South Africans when he called for the murder of white people and their pets. South Africans are hoping Mngxitama will be held responsible for hate speech after what he said.
Members of the political party Black First Land First are accused of a racial attack on a female member of the Johannesburg Bar council. According to BLF, the members were responding to a racist who provoked them.
A recent event organised by COSAS has been deemed a failure after the main guest speaker, Jacob Zuma failed to attend. The event was to thank Zuma for fee-free higher education. The leader of BLF has blamed the president for this.
It seems whenever something goes wrong, or Andile Mngxitama doesn't agree with something, white monopoly capital is to blame. This was the case yet again, when the Black First Land First's websites were temporarily shut down.
Black First Land First's crowdfunding campaign was shut down and the party says the Oppenheimer family is to blame. BLF was involved in an altercation with the family and they say that's why their campaign was shut down.
The BLF wants black DA leaders and members to join the BLF and leave the Democratic Alliance. The movement also called for black members to take white leaders' homes. The DA called on Parliament to ban the movement from meetings.
BLF members were forcefully removed from a Home Affairs meeting after causing a chaotic disruption. The members were shouting that Fireblade Aviation should be shut down before surrounding Nicky Oppenheimer and his son, Jonathan.
Political party BLF needs R605 000 to participate in the elections and called on their followers to help them raise the money. They launched a crowdfunding campaign to collect the money and hope their followers will dig deep.
The BLF had a strong message for Ramaphosa and Malema: "Gentlemen, there is still time to salvage yourselves. Stop the delay tactics and bring a Bill on land expropriation to parliament before the 2019 elections."
The BLF has threatened to take J'Something's land after Malema sent out a tweet earlier this week. Malema joked that under the EFF government, the singer would be able to keep his property, however he became a target for the BLF.
BLF spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp has told a journalist at one of the country’s top media houses that his and all white people existing in South Africa is a crime. Maasdorp said this is what their slogan ‘land or death’ refers to.
BLF leader Andile Mngxitama finds himself at the centre of yet another controversy. This time Mngxitama has been named as the legal representative for a group of students who have ‘invaded’ an empty mansion in Pretoria.
Black First Land First (BLF) leader Andile Mngxitama has claimed that Duduzane Zuma has been unfairly targeted and persecuted because he is the son of former president Jacob Zuma and was the target of racists like AfriForum.
Andile Mngxitama, leader of the pan-Africanist and revolutionary socialist political party Black First Land First , made some very impressive promises on social media to lure South Africans into voting for his party.
The KwaZulu-Natal African National Congress (ANC) leadership has ignored questions about whether it believed former president Jacob Zuma should face internal disciplinary proceedings for backing a non-ANC affiliate.
Black First Land First (BLF) leader Andile Mngxitama announced that his organisation would lay criminal charges against the white settler who handed a high-powered assault rifle to EFF leader Julius Malema on Saturday.
South Africans reacted to the BLF bringing down the heat on AfriForum's Kallie Kriel at Duduzane Zuma's trial on Thursday. Some went as far as to say the party hired people to yell and swear at Kriel the entire time.
BLF has come out in support of former president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane Zuma. BLF said the charges of culpable homicide levelled against Zuma were nothing more than an attempt to divert attention away from the land debate.
Andile Mngxitama of the BLF and EFF leader Julius Malema don't really get along these days. Mngxitama has accused Malema of being tied to the Italian Mafia, but it seems Twitter South Africa doesn't care that much.
BLF leader Andile Mngxitama turned to Twitter in an attempt to get back the money he says EFF leader Julius Malema owes him. He posted a video, talking about the R10 000 he gave to Malema to register the EFF party.
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