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Julius Malema Has Answered Questions From Journalists (all hearsay and no proof)

Hlatsey94 06/25/2020

By : Mahlatse Maponya.

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The Economic Freedom Fighters Commander in Chief and President - Julius Sello Malema.

Julius Malema, the Commander In Chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters has single-handedly handled interrogations from the top journalists and exposed the weaknesses of journalism in South Africa.

Mahlatse Gallens, Samkelo Maseko, Aldrin Sampear, Matshidiso Madia, and other journalists who posed questions trying to hold him accountable for the alleged corruption were not ready for what unfolded.

Malema was on top of his game and all the questions asked to him were answered with great philosophy and carefully so. The group of journalists failed yet again to prove that he is indeed corrupt and was involved in any type of illegal business dealings.

The journalists started making excuses with regards to them being political journalists instead of being Investigative journalists when they failed to provide proof, and Malema asked them why taking a task they were not equal to. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The team assembled by Samkelo Maseko has failed to hold Malema accountable, and maybe that's why, Pauli Van Wyk, made excuses to avoid a one-on-one question and answer series with Malema.

The bravery of Malema has again delivered a win for his political party, Economic Freedom Fighters, and he has proven that the media or rather journalists in South Africa rely on hearsay without doing any thorough investigations to familiarise themselves with the truth.

Mahlatse Gallens ended up leaving the show after realising she's failing to reach her goal and Aldrin Sampear stood out as a Journo who had better questions than Samkelo Maseko, the self-proclaimed Lord of the media.

Twitter streets are even asking Samkelo Maseko to be stripped of his title and they see a better journalist as, Aldrin Sampear. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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NewsQueen · 06/26/2020
All hearsay and no proof indeed. The slander is too much

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