EFF looking forward to 'recovering state money from Zuma'

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EFF leader Juius Malema is under fire for saying Indians exploit black workers. His party stands with him. EFF Secretary-General Godrich Gardee spoke to eNCA.

EFF leader Juius Malema is under fire for saying Indians exploit black workers. His party stands with him. EFF Secretary-General Godrich Gardee spoke to eNCA.

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EFF leader Juius Malema is under fire for saying Indians exploit black workers. His party stands with him. EFF Secretary-General Godrich Gardee spoke to eNCA.

EFF leader Juius Malema is under fire for saying Indians exploit black workers. His party stands with him. EFF Secretary-General Godrich Gardee spoke to eNCA.

 

JOHANNESBURG - The Economic Freedom Fighters says it’s hoping for more court rulings to recover state money from President Jacob Zuma.

This comes after Judge President Dunstan Mlambo ruled that Zuma must personally pay the costs for his failed bid to block the State of Capture report.

“Well, as a matter of fact, we are looking forward to attaching Nkandla and selling of Nkandla and make that money available to the taxpayers and not just the EFF who have suffered huge costs fighting against the president," says Godrich Gardee.