Hundreds of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) delegates arrive at the University of Johannesburg, Soweto Campus, for registration ahead of the party’s second national people’s assembly.
Earlier delegates from Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal were singing songs in support of Marshall Dlamini who is eyeing the position of general-secretary of the EFF.
Over 4000 delegates from across the country are expected to elect the party’s new leadership during people’s assembly this with some positions expected to be highly-contested.
The second national people’s assembly is expected to be a turning point for this third biggest party in the country.
Julius Malema seems to be the favourite and is expected to emerge victorious and retain his position. Delegates will also deliberate on the party’s policies – including Land and Foreign policy.
Earlier Malema rubbished claims likening him to a dictator. He says democracy is the order of the day for the six year old party.
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