Malema denied permission to picket in coffin assault case

NO CAN DO: Julius Malema's EFF has been denied permission to picket outside the Middelburg magistrates court on Wednesday after failing to submit the required documents to the municipality. PICTURE BY Dailymail.

The Steve Tshwete municipality in Mpumalanga has not granted permission to EFF Commander-in-Chief Julius Malema to picket outside court, a spokeswoman has said.

Steve Tshwete local municipality spokeswoman Prudence Magutle said permission to protest has not been granted to Malema because they didn’t submit their completed forms by 4pm when the municipality closed.

She said the DA has also applied to picket but was also not granted the permission because they didn’t receive their forms as well before they closed.

“Only the ANCYL has been granted permission to picket, the others have not been granted,” she said on late Tuesday.

SEE ALSO: ‘Racists must be punished in coffin case’ – ANCYL

The case involves two white men who have been arrested for beating up their black worker before putting him in a coffin.

The case of Theo Jackson and Willem Oostheuizen in the matter of their victim Victor Mlotshwa is due in the Middelburg Magistrates Court on the morning of 16 November 2016.

(edited by ZK)

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