The Economic Freedom Fighters promise to do what no other party has achieved, with utopian rhetoric and little to no pragmatism.
Dedicated EFF foot soldier Dennis Mkhabela believes his party is the future of South Africa and is raising his children to follow in his footsteps.
Parliament’s inability to differentiate between itself, the state and the ruling party is shutting down free speech.
This series of articles looks at the dedicated volunteers who take the message of their political parties to the people. This week: the EFF.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu claimed that EFF leader Julius Malema's bodyguards breached the security of Parliament, putting MPs' lives at risk.
The ANC has distanced itself from comments made by ANC Youth League president Collen Maine who allegedly called for war with the EFF.
The EFF again attempted to stop Jacob Zuma from speaking in the National Assembly on Wednesday, which led to a violent brawl with protection services.
In their competition for local votes the ANC, DA and EFF have interesting ideas of what ‘the people’ want.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu warned Julius Malema that, like the right-wing group that tried to overthrow government, prison would be his 'home'.
In his speech in the presidency’s budget debate on Wednesday, the opposition leader called Zuma a thief and the ANC’s “looter in chief”, among others.
This follows EFF leader Julius Malema's vow in March this year that he would not allow the president to speak in Parliament again.
During a heated exchange in Parliament on Tuesday, EFF MP Nazier Paulsen referred to DA MP Yusuf Cassim as a “Zionist sell-out kaffir”.
Keen to keep the focus on its election manifesto, the EFF has labelled the ANC's treason charges against Julius Malema 'bizarre'.
The National Assembly motion to remove Jacob Zuma as president was lost on Tuesday evening, with 233 votes against his impeachment.
“The whole country now waits with bated breath to hear whether [...] the ANC will do the right thing and relieve us of this crippling nightmare.”
The Constitutional Court will today pass judgment regarding Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home. Here's what that will entail.
Speaking at his Unisa graduation ceremony on Wednesday, EFF leader Julius Malema predicted the Constitutional Court would rule against the president.
Human Rights Day, called Sharpeville Day by some, was marked by politicians' speaking on the subject across the country.
Rifts are showing in the ruling party after revelations that the Gupta family offered various ANC members positions in the South African Cabinet.