- The EFF would like to have a chat with the Durban teacher who was caught using the k-word
- According to the party's Vusi Khoza, they want to know what black people did to deserve her racist slurs
- Julius Malema's party also plans on opening a criminal case against the woman
The Economic Freedom Fighters are dead set on paying Danielle de Bruyn a visit after she was accused of using the k-word during a spat in class.
In fact, Juju's party is tracking down her address so that they could have a 'talk' with her. The EFF's Vusi Khoza said they wanted to ask her what black people did to deserve the racial slurs she used against them and their kids.
Khoza added the EFF also plans to take legal action and they would head down to the police station to open a criminal case against her.
“We will be pursuing a criminal case against this woman and our first port of call will be reporting her to the police‚” he said.
According to reports, de Bruyn made damning remarks over the EFF and its leader- but, Khoza said it does not surprise them.
He added there was a pattern lately, referring to Adam Catzevalos, and said she should suffer the same consequences as Penny Sparrow and Vicki Momberg.
The school also released a statement on Tuesday, which condemned de Bruyn's actions, adding it was not in line with its ethos.
As Briefly.co.za reported previously, de Bruyn resigned from the Westville Girls High School on Monday after she was accused of using the k-word.
The school, which is one of the top secondary education institutions on the country, launched an internal investigation into the matter and shortly after de Bruyn resigned, stating it was in the best interests of the school and the students that she do so.
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