Tweeps: The EFF is South Africa's last hope

Tweeps: The EFF is South Africa's last hope

According to a Twitter user known as Izwe Lethu, the EFF is doing more for South Africans than any other party.

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Taking to the social media platform, Lethu posted a story about the EFF helping Lamavuso Transport drivers to earn more money.

"EFF doing the most for our people. Impacting them where it matters most. Kancane kancane in a big big way. Our only hope", she captioned her post.

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According to the post, the EFF helped drivers of Lamavuso Transport get a pay raise, from R2400 basic salary to R10 186.10 a month.

The drivers would also get R700 per load, meaning the expected 12 loads would see another R8400 being added to their basic salaries, totalling to more or less R18 586.10 a month.

Her post prompted other tweeps to react, with a lot agreeing the EFF was the best chance South African people had to live a better life.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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