On Saturday, the Economic Freedom fighters held Siyabonga Rally, thanking voters for their support in the recently held local government elections. In some places the Economic Freedom fighters managed to perform quite well in the local government elections. However, some place like Johannesburg, the EFF was left astonished when ActionSA managed to surpass them. And taking the third place.
And now the EFF official Twitter account has uploaded a video which was taken a Siyabonga Rally earlier today. In the video, the president of the Economic Freedom fighters Julius Malema can be seen Deejaying, while South African well-known Advocate Dali Mpofu can be spotted dancing.
Many South African people fairly knows about the fact that Julius Malema likes to DJ. Just some few days ago a video of Julius Malema Deejaying at Konka took South African people by storm. And also, in the video some other young leaders can be seen trying to dance with Dali Mpofu.
The video Clip of Dali Mphofu dancing to Julius Malema's music can be watched here
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