He has an issue with breaking the law because of Ramaphosa's use of Zuma to show that even leaders may be imprisoned. Malema is now facing assault and hate speech accusations against Afriforum.
Malema and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi's trial begins today in Randburg's magistrate court, and who knows what would happen if the jury convicts them.
During Nelson Mandela's funeral in April 2018, Malema and Ndlozi are accused of hitting Lt.Col Johannes Jacobus Venter, a police officer. The security system recorded the incident.) p
Ndlozi and Malema, who are set to attend Godrich Gardee's funeral on Saturday, may find this stressful because the jury has CCTV evidence and more witnesses are coming forward to testify against them.
However, Ndlozi has always maintained his innocence, arguing that Malema's and Ndlozi's actions were driven by politics and that they did not attack the white police officer.
Keep an eye out for updates on the trial and whether or not Malema and Ndlozi will be sentenced when it starts at 9 a.m.
If Malema shows up again in court, how do you feel about that? In the comments section below, please share your thoughts.
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