Certain journalists are playing politics, says EFF’s Malema

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EFF leader Julius Malema told City Press that while the EFF did not wish certain journalists away, “we just disagree with the manner in which they conduct their business because it is not right to just be blunt about it”. Photo: Felix Dlangamandla/Gallo Images
EFF leader Julius Malema told City Press that while the EFF did not wish certain journalists away, “we just disagree with the manner in which they conduct their business because it is not right to just be blunt about it”. Photo: Felix Dlangamandla/Gallo Images

POLITICS

EFF Leader Julius Malema says his party generally has a good relationship with the media, but “we have problems with certain individuals” who have publicly declared themselves as hostile to the party.

Malema told City Press that while the EFF did not wish these individuals away, “we just disagree with the manner in which they conduct their business because it is not right to just be blunt about it”. “When they ask for an interview, you already know where these people stand. So, I mean, why waste your time? You could be working on the ground in the squatter camps,” he said.

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