JOHANNESBURG - Black First Land First (BLF) has called for donations to contest the 2019 elections.
The BLF's campaign, Take BLF to Parliament, is in its third day.
The party's National Convener Andile Mngxitama said the party aims to raise over R600,000.
WATCH: BLF storm Oppenheimers' briefing
Mngxitama also took a swipe at the Oppenheimers.
He accused them of capturing the state.
The BLF was forcefully removed from Parliament when the family was briefing MP’s on their operation of a private terminal at OR Tambo International Airport.
Nicky Oppenheimer and son Jonathan were explaining how their company, Fireblade Aviation, came to operate at the airport without an official agreement.
BLF has demanded that the terminal be shut down.
The Black First Land First is calling for donations to pay a fee to contest for 2019 elections. BLF aims to raise around R600, 000. Courtesy #DStv403.