Julius Malema said that if his party became the ruling party after the elections, he would do away with borders in SA – This is a recipe for disaster!

The South African political parties in favour of the death penalty, do you want the Death Penalty to be enforced?

SA Political Circus in Full swing: Fists and chairs fly as EFF, Land Party members clash during live SABC elections debate

BREAKING NEWS:- Being a ex-convict seems to be the new qualification to get ahead in Politics:- EFF will send ex-convict Kenny Motsamai to NCOP: Julius Malema

Part 1:- Juju you are just like Andile Mngxitama, a big fat joke:- Malema Fires Back: ‘I Am Ready To Govern South Africa’ (video)

MTN supports the racist EFF and ANC but not the Afrikaner – Sponsorship of large music festival cancelled but MTN did not hesitate to act as sponsor for political gatherings

SAHRC FAIL – Human Rights Commission sides with Malema in hate speech complaint by FW de Klerk Foundation, well FW you sold our country, now it is a little bit to late to help

EFF’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi talks about the ‘Fake’ pilot saga which is a prime example of white privilege, well Ndlozi can you pilot a plane?

Despite Freedom of Association in Constitution, EFF Attacks Whites-Only Town – Soweto not mentioned

Outrage at vicious personal attacks on a veteran journalist by EFF supporters, instigated by Julius Malema that tweeted her cellphone number

EFF insists that Cape International Airport’s name should be changed to the Winnie Mandela International Airport, a woman convicted of kidnapping, theft and fraud

Why is Telkom donating R1 Million to the EFF? Why are tax payers being indirectly forced to fund this far-left political party?

IMPORTANT UPDATE:- Land expropriation in 2019: What’s next for South Africa?

Land expropriation in 2019: What’s next for South Africa – The promise of free land in SA has pandered directly to the populist vote and the majority, being led to believe that free land will end the shackles of poverty

Terror Lekota went to the Brooklyn Police Station in Pretoria to lay criminal charges against attacks on Whites