South Africa 5.4.2017 09:19 pm

EFF treasurer’s car broken into, sensitive files stolen

EFF leader Julius Malema speaks during the party's media conference regarding coalitions on August 17, 2016 in Alexandra, South Africa. The EFF announced that it will not form coalitions with other parties but would vote for the DA in the big cities. (Photo by Gallo Images / Beeld / Felix Dlangamandla)

EFF leader Julius Malema speaks during the party's media conference regarding coalitions on August 17, 2016 in Alexandra, South Africa. The EFF announced that it will not form coalitions with other parties but would vote for the DA in the big cities. (Photo by Gallo Images / Beeld / Felix Dlangamandla)

The EFF appealed to the public to assist in tracing the car used to steal files from Leigh-Ann Mathys’s car.

According to a statement issued by the EFF, treasurer-general Leigh-Ann Mathys had her car broken into on Wednesday night in Johannesburg, whilst it was parked on the corner of Bolton and Jan Smuts roads in Parkwood.

“The thugs broke into her boot and took EFF files and a laptop which contains sensitive financial information of the organisation.

“The thugs were driving a grey Ford ST ( CJ 66 KGG GP) and they stopped next to her car, broke into the boot and seized EFF organisational property, including her personal belongings. A case was opened at the Rosebank Police Station,” read the statement.

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