The EFF's protest at the Smokehouse and Grill restaurant in Braamfontein led to them closing their doors. The restaurant suffered a severe loss and couldn't recover from it. 29 Employees have now lost their jobs as a result.
A Twitter user recently called Economic Freedom Fighters' leader, Julius Malema, the messiah- and social media users lost their cool. So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at some of the reactions tweeps had.
The Economic Freedom Fighters protested at the the Smokehouse and Grill restaurant in Braamfontein on Thursday. The political party chose to protest at this restaurant because of their link with Adam Catzevelos.
The Economic Freedom Fighters' Mbuyiseni Ndlozi recently blamed the recession on white monopoly. The people's bae took to social media to share his views on the first recession since 2009. Here is what he said.
Meet Mandisa Mashego, the first woman who was elected as the provincial leader in the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF). So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a closer look at the red berets' first provincial woman leader.
EFF leader Julius Malema’s personal bodyguards allegedly shot five rounds of live ammunition into a raucous and angry crowd of party supporters who had started pelting Malema’s car with bottles, stones and other objects.
AfriForum lodged a formal complaint against the Economic Freedom Fighters' leader, Julius Malema. According to reports, AfriForum wants the national police commissioner to investigate Juju for his involvement in farm murders.
Solly Msimanga remains as the mayor of the City of Tshwane. Msimanga was due to face a motion of no confidence tabled by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) but the motion was disallowed by Tshwane Council Speaker.
A video was shared on social media which allegedly shows people grabbing the land of a black farmer and selling off stands for R500 each. The footage sparked quite the reaction and Briefly took a look at the best responses.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane believes Athol Trollip was ousted as the mayor of Nelson Mandela because of the colour of his skin. An emotional Maimane said opposition councillors had formed an unholy coalition to seize control.
According to a political analyst, Ralph Mathekga, the Economic Freedom Fighters are cutting ties with the Democratic Alliance before the national elections in 2019- and he believes it is a good thing for both parties.
The Economic Freedom Fighters are set on having a talk with Danielle de Bruyn, Durban teacher who used the k-word during a spat. In addition to a talk with de Bruyn, Juju's party would be opening a criminal case against her.
Ntsiki Mazwai took to social media to share her views on what the first thing would be to change if the Economic Freedom Fighters reign victorious in the 2019 national elections. "The gravy train ends there," she wrote.
A video has gone viral of a man supporting the tweets made about South Africa by the US president, Donald Trump. According to the 'boer' there is a real issue in the country which needs to be addressed and we need America's help.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, Julius Malema, was hauled over the coals for a tweet he made in 2010 about Jews. "Do u still send a Jewish kid with ADD to a Concentration Camp?"Juju wrote on social media.
A social media user threw shade at the Economic Freedom Fighters' leader over allegedly stealing millions. However, Briefly.co.za gathered his post backfired after Malema loyals dragged him over the allegations.
Social media users threw shade at Solly Msimanga over a message he sent about a coalition between the ruling party and the Economic Freedom Fighters. So, Briefly.co.za gathered some of the hottest responses from tweeps.
Julius Malema has responded to the President of the United States' tweet on Thursday morning. According to the Economic Freedom Fighters' leader, his party is ready to go to war over the land, adding only death will stop them.
The review of the written submissions on land expropriation has started and initial findings came as a surprise. According to the Constitutional Review Committee, 59% of the people are against amending the Constitution.
When Adam Catzavelos shared a video of himself on social media in which he uses the k-word, he should have known South Africans would react. Political parties have taken it upon themselves to take steps against Adam.
Julius Malema claims his party has forced the ruling African National Congress (ANC) and President Cyril Ramaphosa into adopting radical socio-economic policies such as land expropriation without compensation and free education.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) deputy president Floyd Shivambu was arrested for speeding after Free State traffic police caught him driving at 182km/h on the N1 heading from Johannesburg to Bloemfontein in the Free State.