The Economic Freedom Fighters of South Africa is in hot water for the event which they organize on Sunday on the 26th of September 2021.
Economic Freedom Fighters was launching their manifesto for local government elections which scheduled to take place on the 1st of November 2021.
Beside launching the party manifesto, Economic Freedom Fighters was also unveiling their headquarters together with celebrating Mama Winny Mandela birthday.
On that event, There were so many Economic Freedom Fighters members, more than what is regulated by government as per Covid-19 level 2 regulations.
Now the Economic Freedom Fighters might find itself in the wrong side of the law and also wrong side of the IEC.
The Democratic Alliance says it wants the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) to disqualify the EFF from taking part in the upcoming local government elections in November 2021. The DA says the EFF has broken the law following its election campaign in Johannesburg yesterday.
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