The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) recently organized a protest in Cape Town to show the connection between the struggles faced by taxi operators and the wider fight for land and economic fairness. The protest caused disruptions on the N2 Northbound and emphasized the EFF’s dedication to achieving a more equal society. The EFF’s approach highlights the necessity for systemic change to address underlying inequalities and calls for solidarity and collective action in the face of structural inequalities.
During a council meeting in Cape Town, a group of councillors from the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party staged a silent protest, leading to a temporary adjournment. ### Silent Protest by EFF Councillors
EFF Condemns Cape Town’s Conflict with Taxi Industry The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Western Cape has expressed its disapproval of the ongoing conflict between the taxi industry and the City of Cape Town. The party has condemned the victimization of the taxi industry and the intentional delay of issuing taxi operating permits by the city, resulting in a prolonged strike.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) celebrated their 10th anniversary on July 29th, 2023, with a grand event at the FNB Stadium in Nasrec, Soweto. The party, known as the Red Berets, claimed to have made an impressive R18 million in revenue from the sale of 10,000 limitededition jackets at the event.
During the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) 10thanniversary celebration at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on Saturday night, a supporter of the party lost his life. The man reportedly fell from level five to level two of the stadium’s stands while dancing after EFF leader Julius Malema’s speech.
In a mass political rally, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), South Africa’s thirdlargest party, accused its closest rival, the Democratic Alliance (DA), of inciting ethnic violence. The EFF, led by Julius Malema, stirred up emotions by chanting a controversial antiapartheid struggle song, “Kill the Boer, the farmer.” This song targets the Boers, who are the descendants of Dutch settlers and have a significant presence in South Africa.
The LGBTQIA+ community and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) clashed in anticipation of the party’s 10thanniversary lecture at the University of Cape Town’s Sarah Baartman Hall. The controversial invitation extended to Professor Patrick Lumumba, a Kenyan academic with an alleged history of homophobic views, sparked a heated debate between the two groups.
Pieter Swart’s taxidermy workshop in South Africa is a bustling hub where workers meticulously preserve the hunting trophies of international visitors. However, a new British law has him worried about the future of his craft. ## The Ban on Hunting Trophies