AfriForum has laid a charge of “incitement to trespass” against Julius Malema at the Lyttleton Police Station in Pretoria on Tuesday afternoon.
AfriForum has accused Malema of supporting land grabs at the Economic Freedom Fighters’ birthday celebrations in Durban last week.
The movement's Ernst Roets says the EFF leader is encouraging illegal activity.
“Malema encouraged his supporters to commit illegal activities by telling them to occupy or engage in land grabs, particularly directed at land owned by white people.”
Malema was previously charged twice under the Riotous Assemblies Act for inciting EFF supporters to invade unoccupied land.
He is currently challenging the constitutionality of the Act.