Tag: EFF

I say, we dare to disappoint – DUT SRC President Godlimpi

  ‘’Because you and me, we share the same pain of suffering of black people in general and Africans in particular’’   As students casted their votes few weeks back to elect members of the 2018/19 Students’ Representative Councils at various Durban University of Technology campus, the member of Economic Freedom Fighters Students Command (EFFSC) was…..

[PODCAST] Change is a gradual process- EFFSC

  After an intense two days following preliminary results being released for the 2018 Durban University of Technology SRC elections, the highly controversial Student Command lead by the EFF, has joined RadioDUT’s Matt Tsolo in studio to help clarify some questions brought forward by the student body, relating to the inauguration, commencement of their term and…..

EFFSC aren’t making any promises

  “We are not making any promises, we are making commitments because promises collapse” This is what the Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command at Durban University of Technology had to say after their candidates became the most voted in the 2018/19 Student Representative Council elections with over 15 000 votes. The fighters are halting celebrations until…..

Teach A Women Teach A Nation – EFFSC

  As we are still celebrating Women’s Month, Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command (EFFSC) decided to invite their party’s national Member of Parliament, Makoti Sibongile Khawula to address students about Gender Based Violence (GBV). Before getting to the business of the day, students started by a moment of silence for the late Khensani Maseko and all…..

Bonginkosi Khanyile’s pre-trial postponed

DUT student, Bonginkosi Khanyile appeared at the Durban Magistrates court today. Khanyile, the last of the #FeesMustFall protesters still in prison, appeared before Judge Sam Luthuli for his pre-trial hearing. After a 2 hour delay the trial was postponed because the pre-trial conference between the State and his Lawyers had not been concluded because the state…..

Malema apologises to Mbeki, Mandela

Fiery Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema on Tuesday apologised to former presidents Thabo Mbeki and Nelson Mandela for helping to bring President Jacob Zuma to power, before he led a walkout of his MPs from the National Assembly chamber. Speaking during a joint sitting of Parliament during a debate on Zuma’s state-of-the-nation address, Malema…..

State Of Free State Address Has Been Disrupted By EFF

Mere minutes after Free State Premier Ace Magashule started delivering his state of the province address on Tuesday, EFF members had already started disrupting him. Speaker Mamiki Qabethe had asked members of the EFF not to rise on points of order, saying the event was about addressing the province. When they refused to listen, Qabethe had…..