South Africa can no longer be in any doubt that after the threat to attack the South African police and the threat to conduct door to door searches in homes that the EFF should be declared a terrorist organisation and classified as a threat to peace and security in South Africa.

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On Wednesday 25 November 2020, two civil rights organisation AfriForum and Solidarity trade union laid criminal charges of defamation, conspiracy to incite violence and assault by means of threats against Julius Malema, the leader of the EFF.

This follows after more than a thousand police officers approached Solidarity to express their concern about the threats made against members of the South African Police Service (SAPS).

“It is clear that Malema still believes he is above the law. The reason why Malema has been making these statements in the first place is that so far there have been no consequences for all the previous incidents where he openly incited violence. If the police do not deal with this matter sufficiently seriously, Malema will see it as confirmation that he is indeed above the law,” said Ernst Roets, Head of Policy and Action at AfriForum.

Big Daddy Liberty an activist explain why he supports AfriForum’s actions against the EFF.


Extract of the charges laid against Malema.

Extract of the charges laid against Malema

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