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Malema returns to court for assault at Winnie Mandela’s funeral

The EFF has confirmed Malema will likely be taking the stand on Monday 6 December. He and Ndlozi are accused of man-handling the South African Police Service’s (SAPS) Jacobus Venter.

MALEMA’S ASSAULT CHARGE

The maverick EFF chief and his MP have been blocked from coming into the cemetery throughout the former first girl’s burial.

The sufferer, Venter, had claimed that Malema and Ndlozi weren’t a part of a convoy that was allowed into the cemetery the place Madikizela-Mandela was laid to relaxation.

Venter opened a case after the duo bodily pushed him whereas attempting a compelled entry at the Fourways cemetery.

“Whilst I was standing in front of the vehicle, I was then pushed from the right-hand side. I cannot say who had pushed me,” Venter mentioned.

“As I turned around and looked back I saw Mr Malema jumping out the vehicle and said ‘no white man will stop me.

“The vehicle was not part of the convoy. It was stopped. There was no visible permit. Even if there was, I would have still stopped it.”

EFF CONFIRM COURT APPEARANCE

The purple beret’s reminded its loyal followers that Malema and Ndlozi will likely be again on the dock in an announcement on Sunday night.

“CIC Julius Malema and Commissar Dr Mbuyiselo Ndlozi will appear at the Randburg Magistrate court tomorrow, in the matter relating to the policeman who in 2018, tried to deny the President entry into the final resting place of the struggle stalwart Mama Winnie Madikizilela-Mandela,” the EFF mentioned.

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