Julius Malema's EFF has come out in defence of the public protector and called for President Jacob Zuma to resign over the Nkandlagate scandal.
Julius Malema has emerged as an unlikely feminist after a recent rally, but gender experts have slammed the political leader for being opportunistic.
Here's how the EFF's Julius Malema and DA's Mmusi Maimane can make the year 2019 count.
We look at Julius Malema's court case and giant sleep-over (aka night vigil), Angola banning Islam and Radovan Krejcir's James Bond movie-style life.
EFF leader Julius Malema has been at it again, slamming President Jacob Zuma, praising Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and promoting gay rights.
The corruption case against EFF leader Julius Malema will go ahead as scheduled, a court has ruled.
Scores of EFF members have come out in support of their leader Julius Malema ahead of his court bid to have corruption charges against him dropped.
Despite nearly 2 000 EFF supporters turning out for Julius Malema's night vigil, many of these youthful backers have not registered to vote.
Limpopo police have been preparing for EFF leader Julius Malema's court appearance in Polokwane, as supporters plan a vigil and a march.
SA leaders are making their presence felt, but they are not Thomas Sankara, who actually made a difference, writes Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela.
The power of the catch phrase sound bite is not lost on Julius Malema. If anything, he is sometimes too good at coining them.
We've heard it all before, Julius. You're innocent, you're not a thief, you are a man of the people. But what if those charges stick?
Phillip de Wet was outside the courtroom where EFF head Julius Malema's trial was postponed. He explains what's next for the firebrand leader.
A delayed court bid effectively means Julius Malema's EFF may well find its way into a very interesting Parliament next year, writes Verashni Pillay.
The EFF's Julius Malema will now be able to contest the 2014 elections before answering to allegations of corruption against him in court.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema's corruption case has been postponed and will be heard only in September 2014.
Night vigils seem to have changed for Julius Malema as his supporters celebrated rather than prayed for strength ahead of his corruption trial.
After at first being barred, reporters have now been allowed into the court room where Julius Malema and four others will appear on fraud charges.
Police aim to ensure "peace and stability" in Polokwane as Julius Malema's corruption trial gets under way on Monday.