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OVERVIEW: There are no 'divisions' - Malema claims EFF the only party not to receive 'dirty money'

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EFF party leaders (PHOTO: Jabu Kumalo, Daily Sun)
EFF party leaders (PHOTO: Jabu Kumalo, Daily Sun)

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23 Jan 2019

Malema issues a warning to NSFAS and universities that they need to admit poor, deserving students. Malema says the EFF Students Command is "combat ready", and if they don't let all deserving students study, they will act.

Malema: "Be ready, South African students, it looks like there will be action very soon."

23 Jan 2019

Malema is asked a question about the launch of the new breakaway political party, the "LAND party"... Malema and his fellow leaders seem to have not heard about it. "What is that?" they ask.

"We don't know it."

23 Jan 2019

Malema says people need to stop treating Parliament like a toilet. Says they will treat Ramaphosa the same way they treated former president Jacob Zuma in Parliament, holding him accountable.

Malema: "You cannot lie to Parliament with impunity in the presence of the EFF." 

23 Jan 2019

Malema responds to a question on the party's links to the VBS scandal. Malema says that none of the EFF's "office bearers have been named in the VBS report". 

Malema: "If you give me the page number and evidence that shows that one of our officials is implicated, they will be fired with immediate effect." 

23 Jan 2019

Malema and co. now field questions from the media present at the briefing.


23 Jan 2019

Malema now touches on the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, and the testimony of former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi.

Malema: "Mr Agrizzi's evidence has ushered the country into another network of corruption." 

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