ANC leaders have partied, danced and mocked EFF leader Julius Malema in Tembisa - a mere kilometre from Malema's party's election manifesto launch.
Economic Freedom Fighters official Floyd Shivambu has denied reports that former ANCYL treasurer general Pule Mabe shared stolen money with him.
During the build-up to its launch, the EFF has announced it will look into the partial nationalisation of mines if it becomes SA's next ruling party.
Julius Malema sets out to conquer SA politics but when money's too tight to mention and the taxman cometh, are they just beggars in red berets?
"It is very cold outside the ANC, but we are making it warm," said Julius Malema at the launch of his new platform, the Economic Freedom Fighters.
The ANC Youth League has expelled its spokesperson Floyd Shivambu because he "made it his full-time job to undermine the organisation".
Sport and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula says expelled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema's plan to start a new party is "political suicide".
Despite legal and financial woes, former ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema looks set to re-enter politics.
A disgruntled Floyd Shivambu has come to the defence of the ANC Youth League and Julius Malema by responding to Khaya Dlanga's column.
It will take months to fill vacant positions in the ANC Youth League executive, in spite of a push by the ANC to bring its youth wing into line.
The national congress of the ANC's Mangaung conference has decided not to review Julius Malema's expulsion from the ruling party.
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Expelled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema's spat with deputy president Ronald Lamola has divided the league ahead of Mangaung.
The ANC Youth League has lashed out at expelled president Julius Malema for calling the league's deputy president Ronald Lamola a "traitor".
Lenasia residents whose houses have been demolished must be compensated, Cosatu Gauteng has said, while Julius Malema will visit the area.
A newsroom processing mistake, which led to the recycling of a month-old news report on Julius Malema, has left his lieutenant in an angry froth.
Floyd Shivambu and his ilk repeatedly insist on being authorities on issues of which they clearly have limited understanding.
Suspended ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu has rubbished claims by Cosatu that Malema is a "right wing leader" exploiting Lonmin miners.
Former ANC Youth League President, Julius Malema asked police to distance themselves from the crowds at the Wonderkop village near Rustenburg.