Julius Malema

Commander in Chief of Economic Freedom Fighters

Born 1981-3-3 in Seshego, South Africa

Julius Malema is the Commander in Chief of Economic Freedom Fighters. In November 2011 he was suspended from his post as president of the African National Congress Youth League, and on 24 April 2012 he was officially expelled from the African National Congress. Malema entered into politics when he joined the Masupatsela pioneer movement of the African National Congress at age nine in 1990. He received military training at the age of 14, which led to him joining the ANC Youth League in 1994. He is known for his outspoken nature on socio-political issues.


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Pioneer
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CURRENT POSITIONS

Founder Member | Economic Freedom Fighters

May 2013 - present

Social Development and Community Services

Commander in Chief | Economic Freedom Fighters

2013 - present

Publishing, Printing and Print Media

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

President | Youth League | African National Congress

2008 - 2012

Government, Public Administration and Defence

National President | Congress of South African Students

2001

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Provincial Chairman | Limpopo | Congress of South African Students

1997 - 2001

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Regional Chairman | Seshego Branch | African National Congress Youth League

1995 - 2012

Government, Public Administration and Defence

General Secretary | Youth League - Limpopo Branch | African National Congress

1995 - 2012

Government, Public Administration and Defence

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

SECONDARY EDUCATION

Mohlakaneng High School, Limpopo, South Africa

TERTIARY EDUCATION

University of South Africa

Bachelor of Arts degree - Communications and African languages

University of South Africa

Awarded in 2010

Two-year diploma - Youth Development

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