Julius Malema has accused the “kleptocratic state” of attacking him.
The EFF has expressed its disapproval of the new SABC board chairs elected by President Jacob Zuma earlier today.
The SABC’s feed to the live EFF press conference was cut moments after he started taking aim at Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
It looks like EFF is considering entering into a coalition with either the ANC or DA, and it’s turned to Twitter for input from South Africans.
First it was the SABC and now “hacktivist” group Anonymous Africa has set its sights on the EFF.
If South Africa’s president were to be chosen by how many followers an individual politician has on Twitter, Julius Malema would be our current Number One.
Millions of South Africans went on to YouTube to watch these top trending videos.
The EFF has certainly added colour to parliamentary debates.
Malema’s red berets spot slight discrepancy in words of communications minister.
The EFF has marched to the SABC headquarters to protest ICASA’s decision to uphold the banning of it’s advert
First the DA ad was banned by the SABC, and now it’s the EFF ad’s turn.
Watch the EFF party’s official ad.
New election portal is a first step for interactive data portals in SA.
Company that collects the cash loses its scalp, but not because of public opposition they say.