Malema: ANC’s time is over

EFF leader Julius Malema says the ANC of Nelson Mandela is no longer in existence.

EFF leader Julius Malema addressed party supporters at the Peter Mokaba stadium in Polokwane on 31 July 2016. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN.

POLOKWANE - Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has told a packed Peter Mokaba Stadium that the African National Congress's time is over.

Malema is delivering his final key note address at the party's Tshela Thupa Rally in Polokwane.

The party says its confident it will win every single municipality in Limpopo.

Malema entered the stadium just after the EFF motorcade to a crowd changing "Juju".

He began by calling for an end of a corrupt government.

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He boasted about the stadium filled to capacity saying the ANC had to bus people from other provinces while the EFF hasn't bused anyone from outside of Limpopo.

He says the ANC of Nelson Mandela is no longer in existence.

Malema was welcomed by a cheerful crowd introduced by party Deputy President Floyd Shivambu.

"We are taking over Polokwane, Thabazimbi, Lephalale and Malamulele."

It's a sea of red inside the Peter Mokaba Stadium with EFF supporters coming out in their numbers.

Party spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says todays Tshela Thupa Rally is also a celebration of the party's third anniversary.