South Africa`s radical Economic Freedom Fighters party, led by firebrand Julius Malema, has spawned a sister party in neighbouring Namibia, officials of the new group said Wednesday.
Radical South African lawmaker Julius Malema delivered a blistering attack on President Jacob Zuma in his maiden address to parliament on Wednesday, accusing him of being "extremely scared of white people".
Julius Malema was applauded when he said the government has not intervened in the mines "because our leaders are involved in these mines”.
Julius Malema, the former president of the African National Congress youth wing, said that South African police had no right to fire bullets.
Expelled African National Congress Youth League president Julius Malema has claimed the ANC used him for its own purposes.
Julius Malema was suspended for sowing intolerance and disunity by criticising South African President.
The conviction of a youth wing
leader of ruling African National Congress of hate speech for singing a controversial anthem.
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