Malema 'land grab' case postponed
Newcastle - The case against Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema for allegedly urging his supporters to invade land was postponed in the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court on Monday.
Malema made a brief appearance and the matter was postponed to December 7.
Magistrate Ian Colditz agreed to provisionally postpone the matter pending proof of the application, after which the matter would be heard on May 5 2017.
The EFF leader is facing a charge of contravening the Riotous Assemblies Act of 1956.
Malema reportedly told his supporters in Newcastle in June this year that whites had no claim to land in South Africa, because they brought no land with them when they colonised the tip of the continent.