The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is celebrating its eighth anniversary on Monday. So far it is the country’s third biggest political party with at least 44 Members of Parliament in the National Assembly following the 2019 national elections. The celebrations are available at the link below:
Party abbreviation: EFF In the 2019 Elections, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) will be contesting both the National and Provincial elections in all nine provinces. The EFF was founded on 13 July 2013 by Julius Malema. The party is still led by Malema. Manifesto: 2019 EFF MANIFESTO FINAL (PDF) 2019 EFF MANIFESTO FINAL (Text) WATCH […]
The Economic Freedom Fighters is holding a press briefing on a variety of issues including the on-going land hearings and the SARS Commission.
The EFF describes itself as a radical and militant economic emancipation movement.
Eastern Cape Premier, Oscar Mabuyane, has expanded on the provincial government’s plans to stimulate economic growth.
Lawyers representing the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in the party’s legal battle with the School Governing Body of Brackenfell High School in Cape Town, have argued that protests are a means of expression which give a voice to those who lack economic and political power in a democracy.
Until there is swift implementation of structural reforms to accelerate economic growth, government’s economic recovery attempts post-COVID-19 will be just a pipe dream, according to Finance Minister Tito Mboweni.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has reacted to the IMF’s decision to grant South Africa a low interest COVID-19 loan of $ 4.3 billion by saying the Ramaphosa administration will continue with measures to build on policy strengths and work to lessen economic vulnerabilities exposed by the virus.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema says democracy and political power in the hands of the African National Congress (ANC) is meaningless as it does not come with economic freedom.