Too untimely to even think about lifting alcohol boycott and could trigger third wave, says Cape resistance Cape Town - Opposition parties say the area's mission on the side of lifting the restriction on the offer of liquor is untimely and dread loosening up the guidelines too early could trigger a third wave. EFF common director Melikhaya Xego said: "South Africa and the Western Cape are not out of threat, yet. On the off chance that these limitations are loose or taken out, at that point we are bound to
CAP EAST - Despite its spat with the City of Cape Town over election banners, the EFF maintained on Monday that it hoped to quadruple its representation in the metropolitan municipality. "We presently have seven councillors and intend to quadruple that number," provincial chairperson Melikhaya Xego stated.
The 16 individuals captured during a Clicks fight in Stellenbosch's Eikestad Mall will go through the end of the week in prison after the agenda for their case didn't show up in court on Friday. Public Prosecuting Authority representative Eric Ntabazalila said the case at the Stellenbosch Magistrate's Court would be hung on Monday. The gathering were captured on Thursday during four days of fights over a TRESemme notice, which portrayed an individual of color's hair as "harmed" and a white lady's hair as "typical".
Sibongile Nkasayi says she has been experiencing back pains after a man struck her with a baseball bat after a violent break out at Brackenfell High School on Monday. A man is seen in a video wearing a red cap, he hits Sibongile with baseball on her lower back. She says she's experiencing pain on her lower back ,arms and neck EFF provincial chairperson Melikhaya Xego said they have opened a case of assault at Brackenfell police station. He added that the police gave them a form to take to a medical practitioner
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/eff-moving-in-on-da-terroritory-party-ready-to-gain-western-cape-votes-c4e377e2-0485-4fac-9ebc-8da5a8f8d7db?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1634623236 Cape Town - Despite the EFF being in constant conflict with the City of Cape Town over political race pennants, the party on Monday demanded it was expecting to significantly increase its portrayal in the metropolitan region. Commonplace executive Melikhaya Xego said: "We right now have seven councilors and plan to significantly increase the number."
Please follow our page for latest news and more update. Western Cape EFF chairperson Melikhaya Xego said he was appalled at the behaviour and aggression he witnessed at the organisation’s protest outside Brackenfell High School. Xego made the remarks after police arrested a Brackenfell resident who opened fire during a protest against alleged racism at Brackenfell High School. The protest had turned violent after EFF members arrived on the scene. A man, 39, was arrested after he fired several shots into the
EFF prepared to meet City of Cape Town in court over Bracken fell property harm Cape Town – The EFF says it is set up to meet the City in court over harms to city property following the gathering's most recent exhibition in Bracken fell. In light of the City's expectations to make a common move, EFF Western Cape administrator Melikhaya Xego said they won't pay for anything. "The City is cold hearted about the circumstance. They are discourteous in light of the fact that, most importantly, we applied
EFF gives Bracken fell High School seven days to allot discipline to 'bigot' staff Talking at the EFF fight on Friday evening, EFF secretary general Marshall Dlamini said that the association would not with draw should no thing be done about bigotry at the school. Dlamini stated: "We came here to show that we won't endure prejudice in this nation. A week ago Monday various occupants from this net work took on the appearance of guardians of Bracken fell High students and fiercely attacked our individuals