Lobby group AfriForum has threatened to start seizing property from the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and Julius Malema if they do not receive the nearly R109 000 owed to them. This money pertains to the court order AfriForum obtained against the EFF and Malema on November 14, 2018, after the party and Malema's attempt to obtain an urgent court order - to prevent AfriForum from removing the EFF's property and auctioning it off - failed.
AfriForum's Threat to EFF Over Unpaid R109k - Pay Up or We Seize Your Assets
News24Wire, 2 June 2019
Lobby group AfriForum has threatened to start seizing property from the EFF and Julius Malema if they do not receive the nearly R109 000 owed them before Friday. Read more »
EFF supporters (file photo).
EFF Denies AfriForum Claims That Its Assets Are About to Be Seized to Pay R337 000 Costs Orders
News24Wire, 6 November 2018
The EFF says it has not been formally notified by the court sheriff that its assets, and those of its leader Julius Malema, will be attached to pay a R337 000 debt to AfriForum. Read more »
EFF Mum On Afriforum Case Loss, Defamation Case
News24Wire, 15 November 2018
The EFF is yet to comment on its court losses to AfriForum and whether it will apologise to veteran journalist Thandeka Gqubule for calling her and Anton Harber apartheid-era… Read more »
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