The commander in chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters Julius Sello Malema is one of people who didn't support the appointment of the Chief Justice of the Republic of South Africa, Advocate Raymond Zondo.
He tried by all means to make it a point that he don't get appointment, instead, Commander in chief Julius Sello Malema was pushing for President Judge, Mandisa Maya to be the next chief Justice.
Commander In Chief Julius Sello Malema was speaking at the Economic Freedom Fighters Women’s Day celebration in Matatiele in the Eastern Cape today on Tuesday, 09 August 2022.
Commander in chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters Julius Sello Malema slams advocate Raymond Zondo appointment. Commander in chief Julius Sello Malema said that 'The Chief Justice with no brain'.
“The Chief Justice with no brain, the whole brain that is full of fat on top of that brain, that’s why he can’t think properly.”
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