Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has apologised for a controversial tweet he posted during EFF protests against a Clicks hair advert recently.
Julius Malema says the aim is to discredit certain leaders so that their competitors can win in the ANC’s 2022 national conference.
Unilever South Africa has agreed to withdraw its TRESemmé products from retail stores for a period of 10 days “as an expression of remorse.”
Partially nationalising companies in distress and using pension funds to underwrite infrastructure projects are some of the EFF’s proposals to rescue the economy.
The interim order will remain in force pending the finalisation of Clicks’ case against the EFF, which is set to be heard on 22 September, 2020.
The DA says it will write to Police Minister Bheki Cele and National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole “to ask what steps they will be taking” against the EFF.
The individuals are seen pushing and pulling down racks of items to the floor inside a Clicks store before eventually leaving.
EFF has ignored a legal threat and pleas for engagement, pushing ahead with its “shutdown” of Clicks stores around the country.
EFF leader Julius Malema has controversially called for the “removal” of Zimbabwe’s embassy in South Africa until human rights are “restored” in Zimbabwe.
Despite a Twitter #MalemaReturnToANC hashtag, Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has decreed that Julius Malema isn’t returning to the ANC.