Malema land grabs court case postponed to July

File: EFF leader Julius Malema

File: Party leader, Julius Malema called president Cyril Ramaphosa's plan a neoliberal one that is rooted in market fundamentalism.


JOHANNESBURG - EFF leader Julius Malema's land grabs has been postponed to July 8.

Malema appeared in the Newcastle Magistrate Court on Monday for his comments on land grabs.

Malema has been charged for contravening the Riotous Assemblies Act.

READ: Malema appears in court

Malema was charged by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for inciting people to occupy land.

In 2016, he reportedly told his supporters to invade unoccupied land.

The NPA denies these charges violate Malema’s right to free speech.

After his brief court appearance, Malema addressed supporters.

CIC Julius Malema addressing a community meeting in Odi Park, Mabopane ahead of the EFF Manifesto Launch


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