I'd like to extend a warm welcome to you, my valued reader. Several details about Julius Malema are unknown to many people, including his age, family and childhood background, and, perhaps most importantly, his domicile, which has been the topic of several social media questions. Continue reading to learn more.
Julius Sello Malema was born on March 3, 1981, in Seshego, Limpopo, to a single mother who worked for the Seshego District as a cleaner. He earned his education at Mohlakaneng Secondary School in Limpopo. Malema got his start in politics at a young age. Malema claims that his main responsibility as a member of the African National Congress' Masupatsela (Trailblazers) section was to remove posters from the front of police stations (ANC).
Malema was elected to the ANCYL Seshego section board at the age of 14 and served as the organization's provincial chairperson in 1995. Since he was a youth, Malema has been involved in politics. He was elected as the Limpopo region's head of the South African Student Congress (COSAS) in 1997, a position he maintained for two years. He was elected to the office of COSAS National President in 2001.
We are unable to discuss his entire political history at this time due to the duration of his career. Malema is the current leader of his own political party, the Economic Freedom Fighters. Many individuals have enquired about his residence because it is not widely publicized on social media. So, now I'm going to show you some photos of his spectacular Sandton home, which you can see below. Take a peek at the photos below.
Remember that this is not his first home; his first home was put up for sale after he was involved in a series of political and bribery scandals, and most of his assets were sold to repay the money he was accused of misappropriating. There have been numerous reports that he purchased this property with monies that he is suspected of misusing, and some have even linked his property to the VBS fiasco, saying that the EFF was involved in the investigation.
Isn't it really stunning? Please leave your remarks about this house in the section below.
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