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EFF Expels 62 Members and Public Representatives

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The EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters) has recently made headlines for expelling 62 of its members and public representatives due to their failure to secure buses for the party’s 10th Anniversary Rally in July 2023.

EFF 10th Anniversary Celebration

Julius Malema at the EFF 10th Anniversary Celebration Rally

This announcement was made by EFF spokesperson Sinawo Thambo on Friday.

Thambo stated that all those who were unable to procure transport for their constituencies were charged for their failure to adhere to the party’s directive.

They were then instructed to resign from their positions as members of leadership structures as well as public representatives, in accordance with the EFF Constitution.

Furthermore, those who failed to adhere to the directive were faced with additional charges, including the charge of failing to procure transport. After considering all the matters before them, the EFF National Disciplinary Committee reached the decision to expel all 62 members who appeared before them.

On October 18, 2023, the verdicts on all charged members were presented to a Special Sitting of the Central Command Team (CCT) by the EFF National Disciplinary Committee. The CCT then deliberated on these verdicts and concurred with all the findings.

Previously, the party had stated that the members had ample time to raise funds for transportation to the anniversary celebrations, which were held at FNB Stadium on July 29. EFF leader, Julius Malema, emphasized that the party has over 1,200 public representatives in different leadership roles throughout the country, including members of Parliament and councillors.

Malema also pointed out that this resolution to expel members who failed to organize transport and pay for the anniversary celebrations is in line with Section 14 subsection 9 of the EFF Constitution. This section grants the CCT the power to recall any deployees of the organization from any position, including deployment as public representatives.

 

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