FULL ADDRESS: Malema declares 'war' on Gupta family

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Watch as Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema addresses journalists in Johannesburg on the Nkandla matter.

This comes after President Jacob Zuma said he would pay back some of the money spent on upgrades.

Speaking during the briefing, Malema did not mince his words on the EFF's views on the Gupta family.

He called for the family to leave the country immediately.

He insisted representatives from Gupta-owned news sites would not be allowed access to EFF events and conferences in the future. 

"We are not going to allow Zuma to make us another failed African state," Malema said.


The video above was streamed to YouTube by eNCA.

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