Also present were the former members of ZANU-PF Patrick Zhuwao, Saviour Kasukuwere.
The EFF was one of the first South African political parties to send its condolences to the Mugabe family hours after the news of the former president’s death was announced on Friday, 6 September.
In honour of Mugabe, the Red Berets also held a memorial service.
The Economic Freedom Fighters tweeted on its page “Zorora Murugare VaMugabe! You fought your battles, refused to bow down to imperialist bullies! Pamberi Nehondo! #EFFMugabeMemorial
Julius Malema retweeted Mbuyiseni Ndlozi’s tweet which said “It felt good to be African in this hall in Soweto, where CIC @Julius_S_Malema gave us a history lesson on President Mugabe that make us completely Black Conscious, conscious of our selves. He then sang in salute of Robert Mugabe #EFMugabeMemorial #WeAreMugabe”
Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Mugabe will be buried in his village early next week and not at the national heroes acre in the capital, Harare, his family told AFP.
Thousands of Zimbabweans gathered at the Rufaro Stadium in Harare to bid farewell to their former President.