ALERT- Malema land court case postponed- Stands by Indian race remarks

DURBAN- The court case, in which EFF leader Julius Malema is accused of inciting supporters to invade land, has been postponed in the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court.

The case has been postponed to February 2019, he is facing chargers for contravening the Riotous Assemblies Act. Malema he was basically repeating what is in the Freedom Charter.

Speaking outside the Newcastle court room addressing supporters he said, “When we said the majority of Indians are racist they were all screaming. But to show the hypocrisy of South Africa and to show that racism is indeed alive, former Constitutional Judge [Zak] Yacoob, who is an Indian himself, says 90 percent of Indians are racist. They never said they are taking him to court. They never threatened him.”

VIDEO CREDIT- eNCA- YouTube

Photo Credit- The South African

 

 

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