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EFF members, including party leader Julius Malema, stormed into the Gauteng legislature during their march in Johannesburg CBD yesterday. 
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Criminal charges laid against EFF for behaviour in the Gauteng legislature

CRIMINAL charges have been laid against the Economic Freedom Fighters for their behaviour in the Gauteng legislature, police said today.

Members of the Kwela Bafana perform at National Arts Festival Picture: SINO MAJANGAZA

Putting politically explosive events to song and dance

TWO politically explosive musicals Marikana – The Musical and Protest! headlined at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival.

RATHER RED: Julius Malema's EFF made a compelling offer to the ANC. Picture: THE TIMES

Altered trajectories loom as Rainbow Nation looks to 2017

IN AN interview this week, DA leader Helen Zille predicted that President Jacob Zuma would not stand for reelection as ANC president in 2017. Thank you, Captain Obvious. The constitution stipulates that the maximum term served by a president is two terms, which Zuma would have concluded by then. 


EFF warned as Zuma rebukes opposition

THE Economic Freedom Fighters were warned today that they risk parliamentary sanction as President Jacob Zuma closed the bitterly partisan debate on his state-of-the-nation address

JAN 16, 2014. President Jacob Zuma and Pumulo Masualle at the ANC Election Manifesto Rally in Dutwya held earlier this year PICTURE ALAN EASON ©DAILY DISPATHC

Zuma badly misreads old, rural party result

JUDGING by the appointments of premiers and MPs and the statements and actions made after the elections, President Jacob Zuma and the ANC leadership is totally misreading the party’s electoral victory.

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Malema’s crew steal show at swearing-in

JULIUS Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters stuck to their guns and wore overalls, makarabas and their trademark berets to the first sitting of the National Assembly.


Hyping up how the EFF fared in the elections

IF THE social justice agenda depends on inflating the popular support and the commitment to equality of a loud group of racial nationalists, it is in more trouble than we thought.

MAY8, 2014:   The  ANC  in Sterkspruit was  yesterday  celebrating  its landside victory  with its motorcade  moving in the streets of the  Sterkspruit after  the  ANC  recived  84,02 percent  in the   Senqu municipal area.  The landslide victory was despite  that  some  Sterkspruit  community members  boycotted  the  elections  saying that they wanted their standalone municipality. Picture:LULAMILE FENI

Elections: Five more years of Zuma

SOUTH Africans prepared themselves last night for five more years of rule by President Jacob Zuma as the ANC moved closer to re-election by a reduced majority, with final results still being awaited.

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