South Africa is grappling with a wave of violence that has largely targeted foreign nationals from other African countries.
The South African parliament is accused of tacitly supporting attacks on white farmers after it passed a motion which could see farmland redistributed without compensation.
The president fired his popular finance minister to widespread criticism.
Malema said that Mugabe must "pass on the baton" like Fidel Castro did in Cuba.
The EFF leader said his party would not enter coalitions with either the ANC or the DA.
The ANC is in danger of losing the dominance it has held since the end of apartheid.
Could the opposition leader realize South Africa's non-racial dream?
Members of the leftwing Economic Freedom Fighters have a habit of getting expelled from parliament.
Malema has threatened to remove Jacob Zuma's government "through the barrel of a gun."
The opposition leader said his party will take up arms if the ANC attempts to rig elections.
Malema's Economic Freedom Fighters say the incident was an act of "intimidation".
The country's highest court has ruled that Zuma violated the constitution over the Nkandla scandal.
Opposition party members were ejected for heckling Zuma over his state-funded home improvements.
The South African president used state funds to make build himself a swimming pool and amphitheatre.
The recent violence is also hampering regional relations as Nigeria threatens to recall its ambassador.