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Meet Julius Sello Malema Who Has Stood Firm Fighting For Freedom Of The Black People

Julius Sello Malema, was born in March 3, 1981 at Seshego town in South Africa.

Education level.

He graduated from Mohlakaneng High School, Seshego, Limpopo. In 2010, he completed a two-year diploma in youth development through the University of South Africa. In 2011, he enrolled at UNISA for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and African Languages, and graduated in March 2016.


 He is a politician known for his fiery outspoken nature and inspiring oratory. He entered the national political arena first as the president of the African National Congress Youth League and then as the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, the leftist political party that he helped launch in 2013. He became an MP in the National Assembly in 2014.Malema supported Jacob Zuma till he bacame l president of the ANC as well as of South Africa. political strategy

The red berets decided to commemorate those lost in the 1976 Soweto Uprising by visiting Boipatong. As the ANC government organised in the North West province, Malema set his sights on a township on the fringes of Gauteng – with a long and present history of mistreatment.

Malema reiterated his comrade’s sentiments onstage, asserting that ANC leaders – from the local to national level – had betrayed the township and its residents. 

January 2014, after protests against poor policing in Relela in Limpopo turned violent. Mbete believes the EFF were able to capitalise on the deaths of three civilians, allegedly shot by police, by campaigning for votes in the aftermath of the tragedy.

The party made an impressive debut in the 2014 elections, winning about 6 percent of the national votes enough to give the EFF 25 seats in the National Assembly. At the provincial level, the party won enough votes to have a presence in every provincial legislature. The EFF continued to grow in popularity and gain support. It did extremely well in the 2019 elections, taking almost 11 percent of the national vote, which increased its number of seats in the National Assembly to 44. The party saw significant growth at the provincial level, increasing its share of seats in all nine provincial legislatures and taking official opposition party status in three provinces.

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