EFF crowd jolling the night away

2014-07-26 19:50
Julius Malema at one year celebration.  (Elizabeth Sejake, City Press)

Julius Malema at one year celebration. (Elizabeth Sejake, City Press)

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Johannesburg - Thousands of Economic Freedom Fighters supporters were on Saturday night dancing to the sounds of local artists at Thokoza Park in Soweto as the party celebrated its one year anniversary.

Artists such Ifani, Jakarumba, Senyaka and many others performed their hits to the approval of supporters. The crowd braced for the cold to enjoy the festivities that started just after midday.

Hands were waving high in the air, with smoke from braai stands filling the evening sky.

The entertainment was expected to last well into the early hours of Sunday.

Party leader Julius Malema delivered the keynote address for the festivities.

He called on supporters to enjoy the music and not be in a hurry to go home.

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