[WATCH] Eusebius McKaiser: Julius Malema is being a politician!

Eusebius McKaiser has news for political analysts.

Julius Malema is a POLITICIAN!

McKaiser says Malema's strategy, delivery, and opportunity grabbing has proven that he is indeed a politician.

Many people have said there is a bromance brewing between the ANC and the EFF where political analysts have said the two parties might be entering into an arrangement of sorts.

I think it's wonderful, somehow I do believe the two of them have good qualities. One radical, the other a bit radical but all-encompassing.

Tshepo

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I love the fact that there is a bromance but I do believe it's opportunistic. But what I'm upset about, and I think the EFF's strategy is amazing, I think they are a brilliant party, but I'm upset that on the one hand we see the bromance and on the other hand, the people's bae puts out press releases which endorse the Huffington post article and names journalists.

Cathy

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