Malema promises to fight for the oppressed

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EFF Commander in Chief, Julius Malema addressing the masses in Sebokeng

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema on Tuesday visited the Vaal as part of his party’s electioneering for the upcoming local government elections.

Speaking in Sebokeng, Malema claimed that social grant recipients are not going to pay for water and electricity services under EFF government. “People living in the suburbs will have to subsidise them”, he said.

Malema suggests free education not only at primary and secondary schools but also in universities. He said social grants must be increased and Marikana should have running water, electricity, proper toilets and clean
environment.

Malema says “No to Nepotism”, he believes that everyone should be employed, “degree or no degree”.

EFF supporters in Sebokeng

“Unemployment rate must decrease whether there are white people or not, even if white people leave our country we shouldn’t be intimidated by that”, said Malema.

“Jacob Zuma’s downfall was a lesson to me that if you are unfaithful to your comrades they may take you down, from hero to zero”, the EFF CIC concluded.

By Nelly Phiri

Nelly Phiri is a freelance journalist