Julius Malema told supporters at the party's first anniversary celebrations in Soweto that the EFF was already "playing in the big leagues".
It's the EFF's first birthday and the party was in the wars again. But Malema maintains he is no monster - he listens, reflects and can be won over.
Pro-Russian rebels have been blamed for MH17 crash, while EFF protests for overalls and SA meets the minister of selfies.
Charges of trespassing and intimidation have been laid against the EFF, after its members allegedly forced entry into the provincial legislature.
Tension between FF Plus and EFF MPs continues, this time at a land reform budget debate where Andile Mngxitama was kicked out.
EFF supporters, led by party leader Julius Malema, marched on the Provincial Legislature on Tuesday demanding their right to wear overalls.
This week, Julius Malema’s party turns one, Israel does what it wants and democracy gets stifled.
The EFF is celebrating its first birthday after a year of vocal opposition to … well … everything. We take a look at the year that has been for the red berets.
An EFF MP has told a crowd of pro-Palestinian demonstrators outside Parliament that her party stands with them and is going to Gaza.
Julius Malema's paranoid side hints at something foreboding for his and our futures. For everyone's sake, he should deal better with EFF dissent.
Thanks to the Gauteng ANC's short-sighted action over the EFF's uniforms, Julius Malema has been neatly handed his next political theatre script.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said the party will make Gauteng ungovernable if the ANC continues to oppose its members.
After four Limpopo mayors reportedly linked to the EFF's Julius Malema were relieved of their duties last week, another three have been recalled.
Following his remarks about the ANC's hand in the Marikana massacre, no decision has been made on whether to sanction Julius Malema from Parliament.
Experts are at odds over the new investment Bill - some say it will scare off foreign investors while others have decried the uproar.
The president has urged the opposition to refrain from making personal attacks, while the EFF received a stern warning for comments made in the week.