Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has arrived at King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo’s Enkululekweni residence in Mthatha.

This is part of his election campaign in the Eastern Cape.

He is accompanied by party members including Member of Parliament Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.

Fundiswa Mhlekude brings the latest from Dalindyebo’s residence:

Later today Malema is expected to address residents of Mthatha West at Mandela Park open ground.

Western Cape campaign

Malema, on Saturday, made a final push for the party’s campaign to make significant inroads in the City of Cape Town’s Municipality and the Western Cape.

Malema had been campaigning in the City since Thursday.

He conducted a walkabout, handed out pamphlets in Mitchells Plain and later addressed a community meeting in Kraaifontein.

It was the third day that Malema campaigned in Cape Town. On his first day, he visited Kayamnandi township in Stellenbosch the second oldest town in the country, famously known for its scenic wine route. The party has two seats in the Stellenbosch municipality.

On his second day, he addressed EFF Student’s Command Rally in Bellville and tackled student issues.