FF+, AfriForum, DA Colluding Against Land Expropriation – Julius Malema |RN

Picture via: The Citizen Newspaper

               Picture via: The Citizen Newspaper

The EFF wants the government to be the primary custodian of all of the country’s land.

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Thursday claimed there was a deliberate counter movement forming in the country against parliament’s resolution to amend the constitution so as to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation.

“This movement brings together right-wing formations like Freedom Front Plus, AfriForum, and liberal, market-friendly formations like the DA and Cope,” EFF leader Julius Malema said at a media briefing in Johannesburg.

“We are also aware that there are European members of parliament who are trying to mobilise Europe into an imperialist neocolonial programme of undermining the sovereignty and democratic rights of South Africans,” he added.

Malema also accused the media of being party to the conspiracy after the EFF’s motion – supported by the ANC and smaller parties – to expropriate land without compensation in the National Assembly was successfully passed last month by 241 votes to 83.

The matter has been referred to the Constitutional Review Committee in parliament, which has been tasked with initiating a public participation process. The committee is expected to report back to the House on August 30.

The EFF wants the government to be the primary custodian of all of the country’s land and to start a process of equal distribution with a principle of “use it or lose it”.

Malema urged citizens to make their views known on land reform to the Constitutional Review Committee.

“[We] encourage all to stop the threats of war or civil conflict. Parliament has opened up space for engagement and we believe that all South Africans should democratically participate and be willing to accept the democratic outcome of the engagement.”

The firebrand leader said the EFF was also open to engagements with Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini and other stakeholders on the Ingonyama Trust. The king has called on all Zulus to donate R5 each towards a legal bid to challenge recommendations made by a high-level parliamentary panel to dissolve the trust established in 1994.

King Zwelithini is legally the sole trustee of the Ingonyama Trust, which administers 2.8 million hectares of land on his behalf.

“Whilst the parliamentary process is ongoing, the EFF is willing to meet and engage with sensible and interested parties on the land question. We are particularly willing to meet and engage with King Goodwill Zwelithini, Ingonyama Trust, and all traditional leadership establishments and bodies that have an interest on the constitutional and policy issues that relate to land ownership, control and redistribution,” Malema said.

(The Citizen)

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Julius Malema ‘An Instigator’ Of Farm Murders – Duncan Prinsloo |RN

A man from Bronkhorstspruit, who lost his wife during a farm attack in 2008, has accused Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema of instigating farm attacks. 

Duncan Prinsloo
Olivia Phalaetsile

Duncan Prinsloo (70) was shot in the back during the attack. He marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria with AfriForum on Saturday.

The protestors want government to declare farm murders a priority.

An emotional Prinsloo called on Malema to “prove he is a man”.

“I want to say to Malema today, who is the big instigator of farm murders. I want to challenge him today, I will give him a rifle, I will load it, and I will stand still, so that he can finish what they begun. I want to see if he is a man because he can shout out to the youngsters and tell them to go murder the farmers in their farms.”

“He must be able to show whether he is a man, or whether he is a mouse. I don’t even call him Mr Malema because that refers to a man. I want to challenge him today and I am very serious about that. I don’t mind dying, he can come finish what they didn’t finish and let’s see if he has the guts to do what he teaches the youngers to do.”

The EFF could not be reached for comment.   (Jacaranda)

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[Video] ‘Afrikaner Racists We Are Losing Patience, It’s Hard To Tolerate Your Arrogance, Hate’ – Malema


EFF Party Leader, Julius Malema

Angry Malema’s ‘Afrikaner racists we are losing patience with you and it’s becoming hard to tolerate your arrogance and hate’

These were the exact words of the leader Economic Freedom Fighter’s leader Julius Malema:

“Afrikaner racists we are losing patience with you and it’s becoming hard to tolerate your arrogance and hate”. Angry Malema said the African National Congress (ANC) is the reason for the white arrogance and unhealthy attitude since 1994.

Some citizens have maintained that  these militant words were harsh and violent and is capable of stroking violence of unimaginable proportion in the land, if it continues unchecked. Malema seem to have found his voice after #Blackmonday’s protest against farm murder across the country.

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The White Man Remains Enemy Number One, Says Malema |The Republican News

Julius Malema – Image – Front National

White people must not think the EFF has forgotten about the land issue, said EFF leader Julius Malema on 20 April 2016 in a packed hall of the University of Pretoria’s Mamelodi Campus.

“The white minority claps hands while the EFF takes President (Jacob) Zuma over the coals and thinks we have forgotten that black people want the land returned. But we have not. They are next.”

This statement by Malema confirms the Front National’s argument on two issues: The white man who still votes for the DA, while the DA forms coalitions with the EFF, should not think that their adopted nephews will overlook them. Also, our position on participation in the public marches against Zuma together with the EFF. Julius uses the whites with their posters simply as useful idiots – when he’s finished with Zuma, those same fellow protesters are next to his list.

EFF supporters were invited by bus loads to a campus for a memorial ceremony for anti-apartheid activist Solomon Mahlangu, who was hanged in 1979. When Malema arrived after 12:00, the hall was so full that people had to sit on the floor.

Floyd Shivambu, deputy president of the EFF, introduced Malema as “the next president of South Africa.”

“We stopped Nkandla, and the Guptas were gone. Now we are going to retrieve our country,” said Malema to loud applause.

“All the beautiful buildings in this country were built by black people without being paid. It also belongs to us. We are going to take the land with everything in it whether they (white people) like it or not.”

“But Zuma is not our enemy. Zuma stands between us and our enemy, the white man.”

“It is the white man who killed Solomon Mahlangu, and although we must focus on reconciliation, we cannot be friends with white people.”

He said white people should stop crying because black people are the actual victims.

“No white man came here with the land.”

Front National says again: Stop looking at Julius Malema as a dumbhead and a non-entity. The tremendous growth of the EFF and the radical pronouncements he makes attract more and more people to his party. 2019’s election may only cause him to play a much, much bigger role in South African politics than now, at the expense of the already shaky DA.

We need to make every effort to secure ourselves, get involved with community forums and mobilize ourselves politely to try and resolve self-determination as soon as possible. A vote for the DA and taking to streets with the EFF will not give us much more mercy or time. We also see that one complaint after another is taken to the Human Rights Commission and the Court against Malema, its like the water off a duck’s back. Malema and his EFF are not only a threat to ANC and Jacob Zuma, but he is also a significant threat to EVERY white in South Africa. Even those who join hands and take to the streets. We can no longer deny it.

(Front National)

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EFF Not Ruling Out Resigning From Parliament To Force Early General Election-Malema

While only considering it as a last resort, Malema’s red berets aren’t ruling out resigning from parly to break the quorum and force an early general election.

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Now that would be quite the upset, wouldn’t it? Despite the DA saying they’ve not been chatting to the EFF about it, Malema has said that his party would quit parliament if the DA stood with them.

Why, you might ask? Well see, if parliament doesn’t have a certain amount of MPs it can’t get quorum which means the Constitutional Court can order Baleka Mbete to dissolve parliamemtn and call another general election.

“If we combine the EFF numbers and the DA numbers and we resign from Parliament, then this thing is no longer a properly constituted Parliament,” Juju said.

Malema has, however, made it clear that this is a very last resort, but not out of the question if Maimane’s blues were keen… but it doesn’t look like the DA’s even aware of the plan yet.

“No. It’s not true,” DA federal chair James Selfe said.

“A revolution is not like a birthday party, you have to work for it, you have to ensure that everybody else is convinced and that there is no longer an option but to resign from Parliament,” Malema said.

Source: News24

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South Africa: Land Ownership Key To Struggle For Free Education-Malema

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said the struggle for a free education will not end until students own land.


Speaking at #FeesMustFall leader Bonginkosi Khanyile’s bail appeal at the Constitutional Court on Wednesday‚ Malema said: “The movement must know [you will] fight for fees to fall every year for the rest of your life because your children are going to join the struggle.


“You will never achieve it under this generation because you don’t have the land. Before you get free education‚ you must get the land.

“The land facilitates your entry into the economy‚” said Malema. “If you don’t have entry into the economy‚ you will never have entry into education.

“We have one common enemy and that is white monopoly capital. It must be crushed because they robbed us of our mineral resources and everything else beautiful that comes with this land‚ including dagga‚ by the way. It belongs to us.

Malema aid there was nothing radical about expropriation of land without compensation.

“The land must belong to our people. There is nothing radical about expropriation of land without compensation.

“We must never retreat on the question of the land. They must take us to jail; they must imprison us. That has been the struggle of black people.

“This is not Julius Malema’s struggle. This struggle belongs to many generations before us. What we are doing is to continue with the legacy of Robert Sobukwe‚ of Steve Biko and many others.

“Don’t waste time… because the land belongs to all of you.”

Malema called on all black people‚ regardless of political affiliation‚ to unite in defence of black students and continue to fight for a free education.

“Don’t kill one another… the struggle for black people belongs to all of us irrespective of political affiliation.

Malema said people should not use the outcome of the local government elections to judge his party’s success.

“It takes a long time for people to understand what you stand for. The ANC was formed in 1912 and it only took power in 1994. At least there is something we can learn from the real ANC: don’t get tired.”  (DispatchLive)

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South Africa: The Quest For Land Redistribution, Impending Civil War |The Republican News

By Ike A. Offor

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Pastor Xola Skosana


Pastor Xola Skosana lives in Cape Town and hails from Port Elizabeth, Estern Cape in South Africa. His Facebook write ups clearly expresses the impending war in South Africa if something drastic is not done to address the bitter war between the Blacks, who feel robbed after decades of being denied access to their lands, and the whites who feel they earned their lands through their ancestors.


South Africa with its beautiful cities is paraded as a tourist destination when in fact it is a modern slave holding society with Blacks pushed to the outskirts of their land and locked in refugee camps called Townships. We must revolve the land question or remain slaves forever.

Time to fill up the dome or Orlando Stadium to watch Cassper Nyovest perform is over, Blacks must either fill up the land or fill up prison cells. Our dignity is in the land or in a prison cell. There is no middle ground, anything in between is self loathing

I have a relatively decent home by poor Black standards and I will probably live longer than the average Black person whose life is lived on a knife-edge in the township. However the insult of waking up landless everyday is unbearable.

Read also: South Africa: Blacks Attacks On Whites Have Escalated In The Recent Times |The Republican News

On X.Mass day, on top of Table Mountain, a world heritage site we don’t own, I have taken an oath and vowed to walk up constitutional hill on the 3rd of August 2017, exactly a year after the people would have voted. Armed with the constitution on the one hand and the South African flag on the other. At the entrance of the constitutional court, commit treason and burn both into ashes, declaring the people’s war against the lack of land.

Blacks have been diverted by Mark Heywood, George Bizoz, Sipho Pityana, with the support of their friends in the West, they have successfully turned us against each other to the benefit of white power. It’s time to go back to the national question and the logical conclusion of our struggle. Black Solidarity Action will lobby for a 3 August Ultimatum Land Coalition Movement (3/8 ULCM) across party political lines. There are many differences among us, but the land quest is our noblest cause, our only moral high ground.

Malema is in and out of courts for making this call. BLF has pronounced on the Land Question as their central program for 2017. Some sectors of the ANC are slowly making this call. PAC, AZAPO, SOPA should not find it difficult to join the coalition. There are many other Black organizations such as Black House Collective, Kilombo, Fees Must Fall and the Labour Movements in the mines, the farms and the factories whose support will be solicited.

I can’t wait for the day when Blacks will wake up in the land they can call theirs. Make love and raise children in the land that is theirs. Go up Table Mountain and be proud owners, go to the sea and be proud owners, go to the mines and the farms and be proud owners. To do what they please, if all they want to do with the land is watch it, roll around or even pee on it, to do so without reservations.

The land is life, the land is wealth, the land is language, the land is spirituality, the land is dignity.


The politicians and all the liars have spoken. Now let the people speak. Promises have been made and votes cast, politicians are guaranteed a salary for another five years, yet the people will remain landless.
Let the people store up food, water and medicine to last them long enough. Let the people save their money under rocks and pillows, anywhere other than the bank. The people’s war against landlessness is coming and it will be bitter.
If the land question upon which the people’s dignity, worth, wealth, health culture and education is not returned by the 3rd of August 2017, Black Solidarity Action will mobilise the masses and declare the first phase of the people’s war, a rolling mass action that will bring the country to a standstill.
We will call on workers in every industry, every factory and every farm, in the mines and in the kitchen, in the boardroom and in the bedroom to withdraw their labour.
Black policemen and women, soldiers and all Black law enforcement agencies will be called upon, in the interest of their families, to put down their weapons, and join the people’s against landlessness.
From this day, marches will be organised across the breadth and length of the country towards all legislatures where the laws to return the Land have failed to be promulgated in the last 22 years of so-called democracy.
On arrival, like Sobukhwe in Sharpville, leaders in front will risk imprisonment, and begin to set alight toothless instruments and symbols of freedom and democracy, beginning with the Freedom Charter, the Constitution and the flag, demonstrating an act of defiance and a vote of no confidence to the current political and economic status quo which has failed to deliver the land.
If a sustained mass action of civil disobedience does not yield the desired results, the next phase of the People’s War will ensue. Spaces of white privilege will be targeted by the people’s arsonists and be burned to the ground.
If all fails, we will be left with no option but to arm the people and take state power with the barrel of the gun, change the laws and liberate the masses.
Everything we do as from now on is only but a rehearsal for the People’s War. Every protest and every picketing is but only a warm up and a training ground for the People’s War pending.
We implore the Black masses to join the Black Solidarity Action as we slowly connect the “live wires” from Fees Must Fall/Return All Expelled and Suspended Students, to End Outsourcing, from a struggle for a living wage in Marikana to the Farms in Dedoorans and Stellenbosch, from Free Apla Political Prisoners to Buy Black End White Arrogance Campaign, from Anti-Racism Campaign to Return the stolen R26 Billion Campaign and more.
Black Solidarity Action is not another political party, but a clarion call to unite black people on the most central question of their betrayed struggle, the land question. Let us take the cause of all isolated Black struggles waged in Azania to the logical conclusion, the People’s War For Land.
War To The Enemy
Peace Amongst Africans
Forward with the People’s War

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