Images are circulating online of Julius Malema and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi surrounded by members of the army and police, allegedly after three EFF leaders were denied entry to the Fourways Memorial Park.
"And to those of you who vilified my mother through books, on speeches, and on social media, don't even think for a minute that we have forgotten".
The send-off the country gave Winnie was as good as we have seen and something to be proud of as a nation.
He said she wanted the ANC to honour the commitment that is set in the Freedom Charter " that the people should share in the country's wealth and that yes, the land should be shared amongst those who work it and yes that it should be returned and expropriated for the benefit of our people as a whole".
He mentioned the United Democratic Front distancing itself from Madikizela-Mandela over the killing of teenager Stompie Seipei, the ANC Women's League national executive committee members who resigned en-masse after the struggle hero was convicted of fraud and theft, saying that they claimed they could not be led by a criminal. What about those who killed the husbands of Marikana widows for selfish profits? "The UDF cabal that distanced itself from you is here crying crocodile tears after disowning you at a critical moment hoping the regime will finish you off".
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An aggressive Solanki defeated Northern Ireland's Brendan Irvine, and won 4-1 on account of a split decision. However, luck was not on side of either Amit or Manish, both of whom went down in split verdicts.
Malema, who sat with Madikizela-Mandela's family and other dignitaries, responded to Ramaphosa with a smile.
"Why have they sat on the truth and waited until my mother's death to tell it? They just multiply into millions of red flowers of love", Malema said amid loud cheers.
"Lies had became part of the narrative of her life". When he goes on a rampage narrating the hypocrisy of politicians in South Africa, he receives both praise and scorn.
The heavens opened, and a thunderous downpour drenched the mourners.
Duarte described Madikizela-Mandela as a caring mother who suffered more than anyone could have imagined when she was incarcerated and exiled by the apartheid regime.