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"Bring it on bloody racists" - Malema on decision to privately prosecute him

19 April 2018

"I'm born ready! No white man will decide my destiny‚ the poor masses of our people will".

The party says a group of individuals from have planned to assassinate Malema fearing that the EFF would defeat the ANC in next year's general elections in the North West province and other provinces in the country.

The state previously alleged that Malema substantially benefited from the tender payment to On-Point, using it to buy a farm and a Mercedes-Benz.

Malema's Ratanang Family Trust was reportedly a shareholder in the company. Nel said a quick check online had confirmed that Malema's co-accused had recovered from his illness, leaving no reason why the case should not proceed.

Lobby group Afriforum has announced that it is seeking the right to pursue a private prosecution against EFF leader Julius Malema on fraud and corruption charges dating back to 2011. "There's no doubt that AfriForum's private prosecutions is part of an onslaught against the EFF", said party spokesperson Tebogo Mokwele. "The NPA couldn't present a solid case, hence the High Court struck it off the roll", she said. The matter that Afriforum wants to see him tried for relates to two counts of racketeering, five counts of corruption, four counts of fraud and 40 counts of violating the Prevention of Organised Crime Act.

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According to the Mail & Guardian, these charges stem from a case involving an engineering company, On-Point Engineering, which was awarded a tender by the Limpopo roads and transport department valued at R52-million.

"We can not understand why this is taking so long", said Kriel. The PCLU undertook to give a response as to whether or not they would prosecute the case by August 2018.

CEO of AfriForum, Kallie Kriel, said Malema should have his day in court. Even if Mr Malema thinks he is above the law‚ he is not.

- Hlengiwe Mkhaliphi, EFF Deputy Secretary GeneralThe fact is that AfriForum, which represents the ultra-right wing formation of white racists, is fighting the EFF due to their radical policy which is the land expropriation. "The NPA neglected its duty by simply abandoning the case against Malema‚" added Nel. AfriForum also obtained an invoice in which On-Point requests compensation of R1,2 million from Mpotseng Infrastructure.

Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela in 2012 found that the awarding of the tender was unlawful.