8.7.2019 03:19 pm
Although the party came to fame by bashing the former president, their beef with Pravin Gordhan and other former Sars top dogs comes first.
The EFF remains so opposed to Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and his allies that they have taken issue with journalist and researcher Ferial Haffajee for even suggesting that the revenue service's troubles began during (and because of) Jacob Zuma's presidential terms.
These included videos advocating the use of cell-killing ointments that could be dangerous, unverified dietary regimes, or unvalidated screening techniques.
Both politicians seem to miss versions of each other from bygone eras.
“She’s a special girl. Lesego that is. Coconut Kelz is special in a crappy sort of way,” quipped Redi.
This comes a day after Donald Trump doubled down on his criticism of Twitter, claiming the platform is biased and suppresses conservative voices.
Selfies in places deemed sacred or hallowed – especially when they honour the dead – can also raise questions.
This comes after she shared her thoughts on the party’s so-called feminist identity.
The little sharpshooter has won R4,000 for her act.
In a series of tweets Maile wants answers from Mashaba.
Everything went south when a black interpreter had to do his job as a white police officer was calling Zuma a ‘ka**ir’.
A statement made by the party’s deputy president and shared by one of its MPs has sent supporters spiralling.
Instead of criticising, South Africans should be supporting the artist, says the MEC.
A Twitter account calling itself ‘EFF Jozi Ground Forces’ shared the 2001 incident, calling the former president ‘the devil’ and an ‘old witch’.
The former president was seen on television pushing the late struggle icon, who her daughter now says wasn’t well at the time.