Malema re-elected as head of South African radical left
The controversial head of South Africa's far-left Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, was re-elected unopposed as at a party congress in Johannesburg.
Trouble before, Trouble after
At a time when most South African middle class voters, black and white, confess that they have no party to vote for, two parties are holding their annual elective conference right now.
Julius Malema Comes Under Fire For Supporting Burna Boy
South African politician and activist Julius Malema has become the subject of backlash following his support of Nigerian Afro-pop artist Burna Boy. A few weeks ago, The Guardian Nigeria reported that the Nigerian Afro-fusion artist was scheduled to perform at "Africa Unite", an anti-xenophobic concert in South Africa. This news was met with negative reactions…
From South Africa, a slap on Africa’s face
It is absolutely impossible to view the recent spate of killings and sundry mayhem inflicted on fellow Africans from other countries by native South Africans as anything other than an African tragedy...
South Africa minister accuses opposition leader of inciting violence
South Africa's respected former finance minister Pravin Gordhan reported leftist opposition leader Julius Malema to police on Monday for allegedly inciting violence following inflammatory remarks he made last week.
Fistfight in South African parliament as guards eject MPs
A brawl broke out in South Africa's parliament Thursday as guards exchanged punches with opposition lawmakers who shouted down President Jacob Zuma as he tried to deliver his state of the nation address.