1.10.2019 03:57 pm
The EFF spokesperson called on the media to ‘respect court decisions, even if you don’t like them!’
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi lashed out on Tuesday at what he called "false reporting" on the part of certain publications who reported that he'd leaked a report by the Inspector General of Intelligence on the so-called Sars “rogue unit”, following a court victory for the EFF after Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan unsuccessfully attempted to have this report removed from court papers.
The businessman has alleged that ‘they’ killed his friends after failing to poison him in prison.
The Sunday Times described the behaviour of SA fans who sang ‘Olé, olé’ during the traditional dance as ‘vile, uncouth and uncultured’.
The new report picks up where one from last year, which offers evidence that the Joburg mayor bought the EFF’s loyalty in Johannesburg, left off.
The former president seems to prefer drinking his own water, as this wasn’t his first time.
The spokesperson justified an incident in parliament which saw EFF members having to be physically restrained.
The EFF spokesperson was responding to the SACP secretary saying African leaders must take responsibility for the influx of foreign nationals in SA.
Former DA leader Tony Leon is among those calling for the SA Human Rights Commission to act against the EFF leader.
Sponsors reportedly feel shafted after putting up tens of thousands of rands to ensure the trip went smoothly.
A police spokesperson says the allegation of rape is unquestionably defamatory in law and that these posts can have serious and lasting consequences.
Although Sanef did not condone Bateman’s comment, they have called for the matter to be dealt with via the media house concerned, and not on social media.
Media Monitoring Africa director William Bird advises social media users to be wary of posts that immediately bring out an emotional response.
He has also since lost thousands of followers who have taken a stand by choosing not to support his exploits as an influencer and content creator.
The minister has denied doing an about-turn regarding earlier calls for greater socialisation of capital.