EFF leader off the hook

EFF leader in Mpumalanga Collen-Sedibe.

MBOMBELA – The state prosecutor, Mr Thabo Nkosi, told Magistrate, Ms Winnie Baloyi, that there was not enough evidence that shows EFF caused violence, and for that reason he found no case against them. Speaking to Mpumalanga News, Sedibe said he knew from the start that there was no case against them, instead these were means by the police and the provincial government to silence them.

Read: EFF’s leaders second court appearance on land trespassing

“We will start where we ended with our mission of taking the land and give it to our people, we will not be intimidated by anyone. We are also planning to persuade the provincial government for civil claims,” said Sedibe.

Also read:EFF secretary to face disciplinary committee

The two were arrested on January 29 on charges of occupying the land unlawfully and causing public violence. They were released on R500 each by the same magistrate’s court on January 30.

find your
dream home

looking for an

List your Property

It's easy in only three
simple steps...

find professional
services in
your area

Locate a business
operating in
your area

List your Business

Want more customers? They're online right now, searching for businesses like yours. Place your ad now...

Latest News


Recommended Story
EFF’s leaders second court appearance on land trespassing

Thanx for your referral. We have no doubt your friends will love our newsletter as much as you!

Don't forget to verify your email.

to our free NEWSLETTER
SUBSCRIBE to our FREE newsletter.

SELECT your titles:

Barberton Times
Corridor Gazette
Hazyview Herald
Mpumalanga News
Nelspruit Post
Steelburger News
White River Post

Your details:

Your friends:

I didn't sign up for this
I'd like to see and read more... (Please indicate in comments section below)
I'm relocating (Please indicate where to)