Julius Malema is insistent that the nations oil and gas resources should belong to the people of South Africa, not foreign companies. This follows the recent 'catalytic' find off of the Mossel Bay coast by French company Total.
EFF spokesman, Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, raised an unusual point of order today at the State of Nation Address debate. Ndlozi had apologized for concerning parliament with the matter, saying that he couldn't stomach the 'racist' aircon
Julius Malema has fired shots at President Cyril Ramaphosa, saying that the proposed unbundling of Eskom is merely thinly veiled privisation and puts his own needs over SA's. The EFF leader said Ramaphosa has abandoned politics.
Herman Mashaba, the mayor of Johannesburg, has said that many municipalities in future will be governed by coalitions of political parties. Mashaba said the DA's coalition with the EFF in Johannesburg was doing good work
Fikile Mbalula and Robert Marawa went toe-to-toe over the weekend in a Twitter war of epic proportions. The spat had the ANC head of elections accusing the sports personality of promoting the EFF. Marawa wasn't having any of it.
Julius Malema apparently feels like his party, the Economic Freedom Fighters, has been misunderstood. This comes in apparent response to the recent incident where a member stands accused of assaulting an officer after the SONA.
The #SONA2019 slap has led to a case of assault being opened against the Economic Freedom Fighters. Warrant Officer Johan Carstens opened the case after the party's head of security, Marshall Dlamini allegedly assaulted him.
The Economic Freedom Fighter's have released a statement on the scuffle that took place at the SONA last night. The party claims that there had been assassination threats aimed at Julius Malema and the act had been in self defence
The Economic Freedom Fighters have made headlines once again for resorting to violence and a Parliamentary event. Briefly.co.za explores the five other times the chamber descended into violence and chaos involving the red berets.
The art of pulling off a peaceful State of the Nation Address seems to be something President Cyril Ramaphosa has become an expert in. Briefly.co.za explores how he robbed the EFF of an opportunity to disrupt the event.
The EFF appear to have sat out the Afrikaans section of the national anthem during SONA. A video has surfaced online showing the party members remaining seated while the chamber signs Die Stem. The EFF has boycotted it before
South Africa was expecting an eventful evening at the SONA, with the EFF set to disrupt proceedings. However, it seems as if the party was satisfied that the president had met their demands for a peaceful evening.
A video has started circulating on social media which showed Floyd Shivambu and several other EFF members in an altercation with a couple of white people. Another clip showed an EFF female member chasing a man.
Mzansi was feeling a little let down by Julius Malema and the EFF not disrupting the SONA. South Africans felt Juju had been neutralised by Ramaphosa's opening remarks. Social media called the event a "party pooper".
An Afrikaans woman wrote a heartbreaking open letter in support of the Hoërskool Driehoek victims. She went on to highlight how South Africans came together to help the victims without causing damage to anything.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is gearing up to deliver his address, but South Africa's eyes will be on the EFF. The chances are high that the party will be pulling off their signature move tonight- disrupting the SONA.
Chief Whip Jackon Mthembu is confident that the Public Protector will clear Ramaphosa's name. This comes as the chances of the SONA, due to take place today, being disrupted by opposition parties becomes increasingly likely.
From a man who discovered a plastic bag full of R100 notes to President Cyril Ramaphosa's to-do list, Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the stories that made headlines in South Africa today. Here are five of today's headelines.
Radio host Eusebius McKaiser slammed the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) manifesto after its leader allegedly cancelled an appearance. The host took to social media to call the EFF's manifesto nonsense - just in stronger terms.
The Economic Freedom Fighters detailed their plan for an employed, educated and productive South Africa with their election manifesto. Upon closure inspection it becomes apparent that the end result could be a heavily taxed nation
The Economic Freedom Fighters released their election manifest over the weekend. Although supporters of the party were enthusiastic about the promises made, many of the policy's are ambitious to the point of being fantasy.
EFF leader, Julius Malema, delivered a heartfelt speech aiming to tackle the issues linked to Xenophobia. He slammed South Africans for criticising aid to neighbouring countries and blamed xenophobic attacks on self-hate.