Source: https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1446322039602786307?t=XRsDrd3aMGYZDj3JJK7RFg&s=19Julius Malema, who is a member of the Judicial Service Commission representing his party, asked advocate Jacobus Johannes Strijdom to take up the opportunity to apologise."/>
The EFF leader Julius Malema, who is also a member of the Judicial Service Commission representing his party the Economics Freedom Fighters.
apparently out of the Blue he asked advocate Jacobus Johannes Strijdom to take up the opportunity to apologise.
This Of Course Comes after A video of EFF leader Julius Malema asking advocate Jacobus Johannes Strijdom SC apologise for his role in prosecuting anti-apartheid activists has gone viral On Social Media.
The advocate Mr strijdom, who prosecuted public violence cases during the apartheid era As Per Law Of The Time, was urged to apologise on Wednesday during a Judicial Service Commission (JSC) interview.
Malema was Also Present As He is a member of the JSC representing his party, where He Got the Opportunity to Have asked Strijdom to take up the opportunity to say sorry.
The EFF Leader Said '[This is your] opportunity to apologise, if you are so willing,” Malema can be heard telling Strijdom in the viral video While At The JSC Meeting.
To A suprise prosecutor Strijdom Said “I apologise that I was part of the apartheid system, that I was a part of the apartheid laws, that we applied those laws and that I was one of the instruments to apply that law. I apologise to those people” Claimed Strijdom.
The EFF Leader Julius Malema responded with a “thank you”.
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