As everyone probably knows by now, at some point in his political career, Julius Malema was charged with fraud, money laundering and racketeering but he never got convicted for those charges neither did he even set his foot in court.
Now the 1 thousand trillion rand question, "how come the charges against Malema were dropped by the court??".....Well that's an ABC answer which is explained by this image below:
As y'all can see, the NPA didn't have enough evidence to pursue a case against Malema and they kept postponing after postponing until the judges had enough of it and dropped the charges.
If you can't prove that someone did something, he innocent, that's the rule of law, you're innocent until proven guilty.
In other news, Julius Malema has been campaigning heavily for the EFF this past weekend, promising voters that he'll increase the social grants, improve service delivery, root out corruption, cancel cadre deployment and on top of that, build RDP houses in Sandton.
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