Download EFF Membership Form

Click here to download the EFF membership form

Membership Process

1). Download & Fill Membership Form.

2). Call Provincial Coordinator in your Province ( Click here for provincial Coordinators )

3). Get your Branch Card.

Bank Details

Bank Name: First National Bank
Branch Name: Braamfontein
Branch Code: 251905
Account Number: 62423860122
Account Holder: EFF

Membership Fee for Economic Freedom Fighters is R10.

Economic Freedom Fighters encourages all those who are paying their membership directly to do so at the FNB ATM, as opposed to inside the bank. This is because when you deposit your membership fee inside the bank the greedy financial capitalists take R8 of the R10 membership fee. However, depositing it at the ATM is much more reduced.

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27 comments on “Download EFF Membership Form
  1. I wish to apply for a membership in jhb,where can I go for that,as I stay in Soweto.

  2. Tebogo Gift Somakahle says:

    I am at Rustenburg,working in a mine & I would like to be a loyal member of EFF

  3. nonwabisi ketelo says:

    Hi I am in colesburg
    Northern Cape want to
    Join EEF and not just me
    Number of people especialy youth
    And elderlypeople

  4. Lesley Ratsatsi says:

    hi, i am from Tzaneen Ga-Modjadji i really wanted to join EFF please help me

  5. lufuno nthangeni says:

    i hope people apoited should do there tust as instracted an we should stand united and comtinue with was what the old commited strangle fighters had staterd.let the strugle continue.

  6. Mpho Makgamathe says:

    I wish to apply for a membership in jhb,where can I go for that,as I stay in Soweto

  7. Duke says:

    Hi i really want join Eff i’m in soweto how do i join plz help


    where can i get the application form in limpopo(polokwane)

  9. jeremia mashiloane says:

    Viva EFF Viva we will supppport u @ol de time.

  10. Mosa Tshwana says:

    We are going to vote a party that is concern more about our land, which i think is EFF, let us have a different taste good people

  11. I’m the member of the EFF, we need changes for people

  12. ERASMUS says:

    i wanna be the member of EFF. what must I do to apply?

  13. thabo says:

    i would to apply for membership

  14. Phaswane Jacob Mphake says:

    Hi am in germiston want to join eff & not just me number of people especially youth and elderly people actually we want to form a strong branch in germiston.

  15. viva E.F.F viva we the youth of South Africa we say thanks to E.F.F members for showing us the way out.

  16. Jabulani khanye says:

    It iz de ryt tym 2 go all de Provinces nd lodge EFF pls de tym iz nw we r so hungry 4 a change nt jst a change bt an economic freedom 4 de underprevileged

  17. phaswane jacob mphake says:

    viva EFF viva will support you all the way.

  18. antonio says:

    Amandla we EFF
    Is amazing. The party
    Brings us hope
    And everthing
    We need viva EFF vaiva

  19. Frederick Magagule says:

    I stay at Cosmo City and i want to apply for a membership card.
    Also i would like to see EFF coming to Cosmo City.
    The youth is waiting for change.
    Now is the time to change our country.
    Forward EFF forward.

  20. Mkhuze says:

    I am optimistic that EFF will secure at least 2 seats at National Assembly. I am just afraid to say that according to my analysis, there is great prospect of redefining the History of South Africa during the 2014 National Election. The support on the grassroots is overwhelming. The letter that EFF composed to Beeld has had (has entombed) indelible impact. It is true that the issue of economy in SA is not just a black man’s concern but a vast number of whites are seriously affected by the economic imbalances. I used to hate Julius, personally, after he helped ousting Thabo Mbeki barely 6 months before the end of his term. That was the most inhumane thing one could do unto any human being. However, for us to go forward, I think it is important to forgive him. The most honorable thing Julius must do for us who were hurt by the ousting of president Mbeki is to offer an unconditional apology (unashamedly) on those lines. From there on am sure the momentum will increase even further. You guys must also look at the naming convention. EFF, I suppose, should change to Economic Freedom Front. I am a little concerned with the word “fighters.” Please visit the forsaken places like KwaSimu (former KwaNdebele) make person to person visits. Go to Marabastad Putco pull off point during peak hours (2-6pm), get ready to answer questions and spread application forms. Or get into the Putco buses, drive and interact with passengers from Pretoria to KwaSimu (KwaNdebele.) Doing, am sure you can secure Thembisile Municipality and Dr. J.S. Moroka Municipality and Ellias Motsoaledi Municipality and or Motse Municipality. ANC has forsaken the Ndebeles for long enough and Putco is business facking them around by supplying irreliable transport service. The idea of Moloto Corridor (railway line) has been just abandoned. Mpumalanga University is scheduled to be built in Whiteriver, some 450km away from KwaSimu. All these are the points you must capitalize on.


  21. ofentse says:

    i stay in rustenburg and i wish all the rustenburgers should vote for EFF

  22. Elton Agenbach says:

    Hi I am in lUTZVILLE-WES,WESTERN Cape want to
    Join EEF and not just me
    Number of people especialy youth
    And elderlypeople

  23. Elton Agenbach says:

    I,m looking for a red overall and a t-shirt

  24. Goitsimodimo semau says:

    I am semao in jan kempdorp,i’m still waiting for my membership card it makes 4 months now still waiting…plz help

  25. Stanley says:

    I salute all EFF members that tood by the organisation and made them themselves listened by the country, Africa and the world. We are not afraid and I do join the organisation with my heart. Let them come with their big dogs and we shall provide our cats to defend us. They must keep on running we are around the corner.

    EFF Member in sole

  26. Mkhuze says:

    Good Morning,

    As I envisaged prior to the National Elections 2014, EFF have secured 25 seats in National Assembly which I personally deem as quite an achievement given the fact that it was founded barely 9 months in advance. Eff rocketed from 0 to being the 3rd largest/strongest and most popular party in SA. Isn’t this fantastic?

    I must however express it unequivocally that by voting for EFF we mandated our parliamentary leaders to go represent us in National Assembly. This is another way of saying, whatever they do or do not must they must do it with our mandate.

    Nevertheless it does not have any impact on one’s performance to wear wellington boots or gumboots and pinafores and aprons – I must express it that we never mandated the our members of parliament to do that – hence I must state it clearly without reservations that our members of parliament have overstepped their mandate. Guys ,straight talk doesn’t break friendship. Your conduct sometimes is embarrassing. Please concentrate on doing more constructive things that to invade places like parliament in the manner you did. It was uncalled for because after all you had won the right to go to parliament. Why on earth would you behave as though you were denied access? You can only behave like that once you are denied your constitutional right to access parliament. In that case I will support you too.

    I feel that I must add a voice of reason regarding the general conduct of our parliamentary members. Lots of times are wasted doing things that hold up the party’s progress from strength to strength. We have a lot of potential but our conduct is clouding all the strength that we have.

    By this I am not saying we must help upholding the status quo, never. I am saying the time has come for us to re-look at our behavior in public spaces. The time has come for us to do our job very analytically, un-apologetically yet we must desist at all cost from disruptive behaviours. You can stick to your guns without changing the tone of your voice. You can stick to your guns without being violent. Yet I am not ruling that we must tolerate nonsense.

    looking at the parliamentary sessions since the 7th May, I can enthusiastically tell you that there is no more time for members of parliament to slumber, wake up only when the speaker asks them to raise their hands to rubber stamp whatever a ANC member had to say without full understanding. This is our strength. Every one pauses and listens to us because they fear us. This is a rate strength. Lets not spoil it.

    There is no use to fume each time one is given an opportunity to speak. It is highly possible to talk sense without fuming. It is highly possible to disagree with one’s opponent without embarrassing him.

    The manner in which we behave is in most cases irrelevant. It has potential to disrupt us from seeing the fine points of politics.Our opponents will learn to tease us and sabotage us by using technicalities against us.

    In final analysis, we owe it to us to learn from our past. The members of the past regime and their supporters misused their power grossly. God sent Mandela to seize that power. This another way of telling you that we owe it to us to use our power sparingly.

    I hope and trust that this communique shall reach the very best our your understanding and the very best of your consideration.


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