EFF Chief whip accuses Redi of propaganda!

Redi Tlhabi started her show this morning as usual looking at the day's headlines and what is making news, including the case of EFF commander in chief Julius Malema that is back in court today in Polokwane. She spoke about allegations by Julius Malema that the case is politically motivated, this prompted EFF chief whip Mandisa Mashigo to call Redi and accuse her of propaganda. "Everything you've said now, amounts to propaganda against the person of Julius Malema, you further use words like 'steal' which means you have concluded that Julius Malema has stolen".

Redi further went on to explain her position, saying that only the court can decide if Julius is guilty or not. "What Julius is facing in court are allegations, the court must decide whether there's merit." Redi extended an invite to Mandisa to come onto the show to have an extensive chat.


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