Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema wants a future where white people are domestic workers and carry the babies of their employers on their backs.
He was addressing crowds of EFF supporters outside the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court on Monday where he briefly appeared on charges of contravening the Riotous Assemblies Act. The case relates to utterances made by Malema in 2016 in Newcastle when he was addressing an EFF rally and called on supporters to identify land and seize it.
His case was postponed to July 8, as Malema’s legal team has challenged the constitutionality of the Act in the High Court in Pretoria, where a ruling is still pending. That case was heard in December and its outcome will affect the Newcastle charges.