Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema made remarks about Indian people and blacks, then he added the interracial marriages between the two races were low. However, Briefly found three couples who proved him wrong.
The leader of the EFF, Julius Malema, was strangely quiet on Friday. The EFF Twitter feed was uncharacteristically subdued throughout Friday and well into the night after Jacques Pauw replied to demands that Malema made.
Jacques Pauw is not going to be saying sorry to Julius Malema anytime soon. In fact, he went and wrote a long response to the Economic Freedom Fighters' leader, where he explained just why he won't apologise for anything.
The Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) firebrand leader Julius Malema has made explosives claims against the current Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene. Malema said he had irrefutable evidence of misconduct against Nene.
The Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa (Contralesa) has made a dramatic U-turn and is now backing Julius Malema and his Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) policy on land expropriation without compensation.
Zelda Le Grange, former secretary of the late Madiba, was shocked to learn about the death of Vusi Zuma, whom she described as being ‘a beautiful child’. EFF leader Julius Malema also took to social media to share his condolences.
So who would have thought it? Juju has come to the rescue of damsel in distress, artist, Fifi Cooper. The party leader got his legal team involved in assisting the artist to settle her differences with her former label.
Social media users called out Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema over the luxury lifestyle he allegedly lives. According to tweeps, Juju supports the very thing his party fights to hard against- White Monopoly Capital.
A near-physical confrontation between Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema and Congress of the People (Cope) leader Mosiuoa Lekota was caught on video and has been widely distributed via social media.
Religious leaders have called on Jacob Zuma to lead a prayer group aimed at improving relations between black and Indian people in KwaZulu-Natal. The leaders believe only Zuma can heal the rift between blacks and Indians.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has lashed out at media outlets and journalists who are critical of his party. Malema singled out some black journalists as being house-n.....s in a verbal tirade on Monday.
The Economic Freedom Fighters' leader, Julius Malema, restated that all Indians are racists. His comments came following his court appearance in Durban, he also said those who were angered by his comments, were also racists.
Julius Malema’s recent comments about Indians has sparked fear and panic among Indian communities. Indian community leaders in Durban said people in the community were worried that they would be thrown out of the country.
The Economic Freedom Fighters are celebrating the 5th year of the political party's existence. Celebrations are scheduled for the 28th of July, but members of the party are already feeling triumphant and festive.
Shannon Ebrahim has written an open letter to EFF leader Julius Malema in which she addresses his recent remarks about Indians being racist. Ebrahim is the editor of a major media company and married to ANC MP Ebrahim Ebrahim.
Anglican Bishop of Johannesburg Reverend Steve Moreo has slammed recent racist remarks and seemingly racially motivated behaviour by EFF leader Julius Malema and EFF deputy leader Floyd Shivambu as hate speech.
The DA has taken exception with Julius Malema’s remarks about the majority of Indians being racists, so-much-so, that the DA has opened a complaint against the EFF leader and his deputy Floyd Shivambu for their recent remarks.
Julius Malema has said some controversial things over the years. From failing to shade president Ramaphosa to saying most Indians are racist, Malema has said some interesting things this year and we look at 5 of them.
The EFF have been growing in numbers and thanks to their outspoken leader they have gained intense loyalty with those numbers. Perhaps the DA and the ANC need to watch their backs during the elections next year.
Julius Malema's remarks during a Youth Day speech at Matlosana Stadium in the North West caused quite an upset. Malema stated that most Indians are racist and now the South African Minority Rights Equality wants to take action
During a Youth Day speech at Matlosana Stadium in Klerksdorp in the North West, EFF leader Julius Malema alleged that Indians had it better during apartheid than black people. He also attacked Indian journalists.
Julius Malema stated in a recent interview that the white people of South Africa are the safest. He added that there is no real white genocide and that under his leadership the EFF will not engage in any white genocide.