EFF supporters jovial before assembly

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iol news pic UJ denies EFF entry 2 SAPA Economic Freedom Fighters member Kenny Kunene stands outside the University of Johannesburg's Doornfontein campus. Some supporters were not allowed on campus, where EFF leader Julius Malema was scheduled to speak to students. Groups of ANC supporters in black T-shirts and EFF supporters in red berets sang and danced in support of their respective organisations. Picture: Werner Beukes/SAPA

Johannesburg - Economic Freedom Fighters supporters in red berets sang and danced outside the Uncle Tom's Hall in Soweto ahead of the organisation's national assembly on Friday.

“(President Jacob) Zuma is fleeing with his dogs. (Gwede) Mantashe is fleeing with his dogs,” they sang in IziZulu.

EFF leader Julius Malema was scheduled to address the opening of the national assembly at 6pm. A few hundred supporters were milling around outside.

The national assembly was expected to discuss the protest movement's policies and manifesto. - Sapa

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