EFF supporters, including some as young as 12, made their way to Orlando Stadium in Soweto on Saturday, where Julius Malema launched the party's election manifesto.
EFF leader Julius Malema says there are only two parties that should contest the elections in South Africa - the ANC and EFF.
EFF leader Julius Malema has compared his party's presence in Parliament to that of an alarm clock, while speaking the launch of the party's election manifesto at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto.
The EFF has launched a new mobile app, but only a very few people have downloaded it so far.
"The EFF government will not build bicycle lanes as long as people still live in shacks," Malema has told thousands of supporters at Orlando Stadium during the launch of the party's election manifesto.
"This is not a Malema manifesto, but a people's one," EFF leader Julius Malema has told thousands of supporters attending the party's manifesto launch at Orlando Stadium in Soweto.
Municipalities should be people-centred and free of corruption in order to properly serve the people, EFF leader Julius Malema has told thousands of supporters at Orlando Stadium.
Thousands of EFF members have given Julius Malema a rousing welcome as he arrived at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto for the launch of his party's election manifesto.
A sea of red is occupying the Orlando Stadium in Soweto as EFF members gather for the launch of the party's election manifesto.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has blamed President Jacob Zuma and the ANC for bad living conditions in Zandspruit during a visit to the informal settlement.
President Jacob Zuma has called on all South Africans to exercise their democratic right by going out in their numbers to vote.
With less than 100 days to go until the 2016 municipal elections, the IEC says it is confident it will deliver free and fair polls on August 3.
The DA has raised concerns over the independence of the IEC, saying they, and other opposition parties, will guard their August 3 votes together.