The Economic Freedom Fighters has hogged headlines since its entrance in May. Party leader Julius Malema says "you can't be an EFF MP and be shy".
The EFF is a metaphor for the structural incompleteness of SA's democracy.
Julius Malema has threatened mass protest following the Gauteng Legislature's decision to bar EFF's members from wearing their red uniforms.
Hey kids! Welcome to Mzansi Sing-along, where you get a chance to revel in some of our country's most memorable nursery rhymes.
The composition of the Judicial Service Commission is in the spotlight with the appointment of new MPs to its ranks.
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.
Colonialism and apartheid came and went, but the defining symbol of status - a farm - remains the same.
After 10 years of torpor, SA's fifth Parliament seems to have entered an interesting and perhaps more important phase, with plenty of possibilities.
Charges of trespassing and intimidation have been laid against the EFF, after its members allegedly forced entry into the provincial legislature.
EFF supporters, led by party leader Julius Malema, marched on the Provincial Legislature on Tuesday demanding their right to wear overalls.
The EFF leader has gone to court in a bid to have his ejection from Parliament declared unlawful.
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.
Despite talk of reconciliation and non-racialism in SA, the colonial status quo remains in our country.
To celebrate the series’ 100th episode, we chat to our favourite characters about being on the best political cartoon in SA.
The EFF has united a divided left and Steve Biko's legacy goes beyond race and place, say M&G readers.
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.