What Malema gets up to in his down time

2016-12-23 13:29

Cape Town – When firebrand EFF leader Julius Malema is not busy being a thorn in the side of opposition parties and political foes, he does seem to have a firm grasp on how to blow off some steam, if the holiday pictures he has recently shared on social media are anything to go by.

Judging by his tweets, Juju likes to indulge in less controversial activities. (And he also seems to have a flair for using emojis.)

Recent tweets and photos uploaded by the EFF commander-in-chief depict Malema and his wife Mantwa strolling in a forest, seemingly without a care in the world.

The EFF leader, who is sporting a trimmer figure these days, is shown smiling while carrying her on his shoulders.

Here is another tweet: 

Malema also posted images of himself walking through the streets of Havana, Cuba.

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