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Case against EFF leader postponed to September 9

The Newcastle Magistrate’s Court has postponed economic Freedom Fighter Julius Malema’s Riotous Assembly Act case to September 9 on Monday morning.

Malema did not appear in court; however, his legal team represented him. Last week the EFF leader appeared at the Pretoria High Court on the same charge where his application to declare the act unconstitutional was dismissed.

Malema is facing a charge of violating the Riotous Assembly’s Act after he told his party members to occupy vacant land in Newcastle and Bloemfontein.

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