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Former president Jacob Zuma and EFF Leader Julius Malema. Picture: Twitter
Former president Jacob Zuma and EFF Leader Julius Malema. Picture: Twitter

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It was also to tell Zuma that boycotting the commission would fuel a media-led public onslaught against him, whereas appearing at the hearing would help expose commission chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s bias. Malema and fellow EFF leaders also have grievances against the commission, whose investigators have been scrutinising his bank accounts and those of people close to him.

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The EFF has sent a legal letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office, demanding that the lockdown regulations be relaxed to allow political gatherings in compliance with all Covid-19 protocols. The party said that regulations prohibit political campaigning and activities in preparation for this year’s local government elections.
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