Malema blasts police after speeding, denies call for the killing of whites

EFF leader Julius Malema appeared in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court on Monday charged with contravening the 1956 Riotous Assemblies Act. This after he made public calls on two occasions for people to invade vacant land.

His driver was stopped by police on the way to court and arrested for speeding. EWN's Clement Manyathela says there are reports that the car was driving at high speed, but Malema believes he was the target.

Malema's legal team believes the act created under apartheid is unconstitutional and can no longer be applicable.

His case has been postponed to June 5, 2017.

Malema took the opportunity to address a crowd of supporters in Bloemfontein after court proceedings. He said he did not call for the slaughter of white people, but cannot guarantee what will happen in the future.

Malema said that if he ever becomes president, he will ensure former president FW de Klerk would be imprisoned for apartheid crimes.

Listen to more of what Malema said to the crowd outside the Bloemfontein Magistrate's court:

Read More
Malema addresses crowd ahead of his court appearance

Malema addresses crowd ahead of his court appearance

Malema faces charges in Newcastle magistrate's court in KZN today for calling on people to occupy land and spoke to supporters.

EFF march: stun grenades, rubber bullets fired at Union buildings

EFF march: stun grenades, rubber bullets fired at Union buildings

It's reported that some EFF supporters want to force themselves into the Union Buildings and physically "remove" President Zuma.

Judge orders state capture report be preserved until release

Judge orders state capture report be preserved until release

BBC claims damning cellphone evidence in report on Van Rooyen's relationship with the Guptas.

Malema says summons is attempt to silence him

Malema says summons is attempt to silence him

Julius Malema was issued with a summons and he says that he's not shaken by the attempt by the state to silence him and the EFF.

EFF to march against Zuma

EFF to march against Zuma

EFF's Julius Malema says party will march in November for free education, and demand Zuma and NPA head Shaun Abrahams step down.

Popular articles
Two dogs allegedly jumped a fence, viciously attacked 3 year old and her grandpa

Two dogs allegedly jumped a fence, viciously attacked 3 year old and her grandpa

The two dogs belong to the family's neighbour are believed to be a rottweiler and pit-bull.

5 facts about the new SA number plates being implemented this year

5 facts about the new SA number plates being implemented this year

No official date has been set for the roll out of SA's new number plate legislation, but here's what you need to know so long.

In case you hadn't noticed, Cape Town feels freezing cold (and here's why)

In case you hadn't noticed, Cape Town feels freezing cold (and here's why)

Capetonians are pulling out hot water bottles and mittens as a cold front is predicted to make landfall on Thursday morning.

Ntsiki Mazwai gets behind 24 hour social media boycott #DataMustFall

Ntsiki Mazwai gets behind 24 hour social media boycott #DataMustFall

Ntsiki Mazwai is asking South Africans to stay off social media on Wednesday in a #DataMustFall campaign.

CAPS is killing teachers passion - caller

CAPS is killing teachers passion - caller

CapeTalk caller says Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS) is not good for South Africa's education system.