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Malema tackles ejection from Parliament, Zuma and 'white monopoly capital'

EFF leader Julius Malema has spoken out after he was ejected from the National Assembly a week ago.

Today, Malema hosted a press conference in Braamfontein, where he raised several issues, including the imminent Constitutional Court hearing on when President Jacob Zuma will 'pay back the money'.

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN's Reinart Toerien, about what transpired at the media briefing.

Malema, said Toerien, also addressed parliamentary rules around his eviction from the National Assembly and a planned march against the financial sector and 'white monopoly capital'.

Listen to the report below:


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