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For all the EFF’s noise, bluster and rhetoric, it has largely failed to exploit South Africa’s powerful populist groundswell — partly because few voters think it could actually run a government.

This is the conclusion of two political science professors at Stellenbosch University and California State University, who say in a study published in June that another key problem for the EFF is the personality of its leader, Julius Malema. ..

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