The leader of the radical EFF, shared an image on Twitter with the caption “oppad”.
This is not the first time the party leader shared a photo of a weapon on Twitter. Malema previously shared a photo of a rifle on Twitter during the Senekal protests.
This comes after the EFF has threatened to protest at Brackenfell High School on Friday.
The Western Cape High court said that they cannot dictate where people can and cannot protest. This comes after the Brackenfell High School applied for an interdict against the EFF.
In a statement by the EFF, the party says that “the EFF condemns the attacks conducted by armed white-racist against the EFF members who held a peaceful protest outside Brackenfell High School in Cape Town against the perverted racism of the school, teachers, and parents.”
According to the EFF, South Africans in Brackenfell displayed pure white arrogance. The EFF says that armed right-wingers attacked the EFF members.
In the statement, the EFF said that “These terror attacks will not go unanswered. The EFF will descend on Brackenfell in its entirely and ensure nothing operates.”