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Malema is back on Twitter

EFF leader Julius Malema is back online after his account was temporarily limited. Malema was temporarily suspended from twitting after the social media network has found that he broke the rules.

According to the South African news reports Twitter can be a cruel place but it also has its policies that it doesn’t often veer off from. Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) CIC Julius Malema was temporarily suspended from the platform for violating its rules but only for 12 hours.

It is understood that the platform was having none of Malema’s tweets regarding SANDF soldiers and a war being declared on civilians amid scenes of looting and violence in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.

While it was limited to those two provinces, police said on Tuesday evening that it had also spread to Mpumalanga and the Northern Cape.

The EFF leader posted a picture of a police officer arresting an elderly woman.

Malema has tweeted about the violent strike and looting in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. He also wrote to President Cyril Ramaphosa seeking clarity on the deployment of the SA National Defence Force.

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“No soldiers on our streets! Otherwise, we are joining. All fighters must be ready… they won’t kill us all. We need a political solution to a political problem, not soldiers. #NoToSoldiers,” Malema tweeted on July 12.

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has shared a screenshot reading “We have determined that you have violated Twitter rules, so we’ve temporarily limited some of your features,” the notification from Twitter to Malema.

The social media Network had limited him from sending DMs.His account was prohibited from tweeting, retweeting, following accounts, and liking posts.

He was limited for 12hours

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