Brother and sister Tiisetso and Manthemba Teffo make the bulk of their profit these days embroidering and printing EFF merchandise.
The EFF elected Juju unopposed as its leader this week. He speaks to Matuma Letsoalo about preventing a "cult of personality" from ruining the party.
The party has been discussing policies and strategies, including land invasion, to ensure it gets more votes in the next elections.
Julius Malema is happy that the EFF conference unfolded smoothly over the past few days without any blood spilled, and says it left the EFF united.
EFF leader Julius Malema says he will not go back to the ANC, but would consider an alliance between his party and the ANC.
Membership is currently 527 343, but the EFF wants to double the number and is confident that it could perform better before the next elections.
The EFF's hired private security for its inaugural conference, setting up strict rules to ensure no violent episodes are encountered this time around.
The ANC has accused opposition parties of disrupting Parliament with headline-seeking stunts as the EFF heads to the Concourt over its suspended MPs.
EFF leader Julius Malema says he does not want to start a personality cult by having settlements named after him.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said former President Nelson Mandela would have been embarrassed about the disorder taking place in Parliament.
The rough and tumble in Parliament recently not only highlights subtle shifts in parliamentary culture, but also cultural differences in society.
EFF leader Julius Malema is happy for Keobakile "Papiki" Babuile to stand as a party official while he appeals his "flawed" conviction.
The ANC is bleeding money for the ANCYL. How could they have better spent the money budgeted for the league’s failed conference, asks Verashni Pillay.
Campaigning on Facebook is not allowed for would-be EFF leaders, but a murder conviction does not seem to be a problem.
EFF MPs have been suspended from Parliament without pay for disrupting proceedings when they shouted "pay back the money" at the president.
A 25 minute special sitting of the National Assembly has been convened, seemingly to ensure EFF MPs are suspended without pay before the holidays.
Beeld newspaper tweeted that EFF leader Julius Malema was pushed by a security guard at Emoyeni conference centre today. Obviously, Twitter went wild.
The Botswana government denies having a policy against the EFF, despite adding its members to a list of people who need a visa to enter the country.