South African State charges EFF leaders Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu

It’s great to see heads finally starting to roll in the fight against injustice and corruption in South Africa. The EFF have been hit with a double blow on the legal front, this after the State charged both their commander-in-chief, Julius Malema, and his deputy, Floyd Shivambu. Malema appeared in court on 27 November for discharging a firearm at the EFF’s fifth-anniversary celebrations in 2018 in the Eastern Cape. The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said Malema faces 5 counts‚ including unlawful possession of a firearm‚ unlawful possession of ammunition‚ discharging a firearm in a built-up area or public place, plus reckless endangerment to people or property. Although it’s not an arrest for corruption, it’s a move in the right direction for the NPA. And hopefully we’ll see more punishment for corruption being meted out to the dirty perpetrators of State Capture soon…. Get the full story at

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