Malema appears to fire what looks like an assault rifle during EFF after party

TysonRoux

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General Council of the Bar lashes at Malema after he criticised judges

The General Council of the Bar (GCB) has criticised EFF leader Julius Malema for launching personal attacks on judges.

It said it was unfortunate that Malema's inappropriate criticisms, which were not directed at the correctness of the judgments but at the perceived personal characteristics of the judges who delivered them, sought to instil fear in the judiciary by making unfounded allegations of favour and prejudice.

The GCB, an association of 14 societies of advocates across the country, said in a statement on Friday that attacks of such nature undermined the independence of the judiciary.

In a speech made at a Women's Day event in the Northern Cape on August 9, Malema remarked that "education must be free of charge so a girl child can be educated and become a confident judge tomorrow so we get rid incompetent judges who are threatened by politicians that appear before them".
 

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Yeah, let's see how "equal" we all are under the law.
Im waiting for the: "due to lack of evidence we have decided not to prosecute....bla bla....but this doesn't mean we wont open the case again in the future when new evidence comes to light"
 

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Im waiting for the: "due to lack of evidence we have decided not to prosecute....bla bla....but this doesn't mean we wont open the case again in the future when new evidence comes to light"
That why we have Afriforum, we are ready for everything.
 

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Malema charges: NPA now says no decision has been taken over discharging firearm in public

The National Prosecuting Authority has confirmed that a decision on whether or not to prosecute Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema for discharging a firearm in public, has not been taken.

“The NPA confirms that it is yet to take a decision whether or not to prosecute in the Malema matter in the Eastern Cape,” said NPA Chief Director of Communications Bulelwa Makeke on Thursday evening.

On Thursday, News24 reported that the NPA had confirmed that a decision had been taken but that it could not make its decision public until it had communicated with Malema.

On Wednesday, NPA spokesperson in the Eastern Cape Luxolo Tyali confirmed that while a decision had been made, it could not be revealed.

More at: https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/malema-charges-npa-now-says-no-decision-has-been-taken-over-discharging-firearm-in-public-20190905
 
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