People's bae: ANC 'hates' youth just like the apartheid government did

People's bae: ANC 'hates' youth just like the apartheid government did

The #FeesMustFall protests turned out to be a very expensive movement and many students were allegedly jailed after it went down. EFF spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi blames the ANC for the protests and says they hate black youth just as much as the apartheid government did.

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Mbuyiseni Ndlozi - better known as the people's bae - said during a debate over the ANC's response to the #FeesMustFall movement that the party neglects black youth.

According to Ndlozi, black youth is "hated, despised and neglected" by the ANC just like they were during the apartheid era.

The Citizen reports that Ndlozi called Parliament members 'sleepists' again.

Furthermore, Ndlozi said the ANC released statements to the students that planned to be part of the Soweto uprising in 1976 - asking them to return to school.

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The politician feels this showed that the youth was abandoned by their parents and elders. Now the ANC has the same attitude towards the students involved in the #FeesMustFall movement.

Ndlozi compared the #FeesMustFall protests to the protests carried out to fight against the apartheid regime.

He laid the blame for the #FeesMustFall protests squarely on the shoulders of the ANC. Ndlozi said that if the ANC focused on securing a future for South Africa's black youth the protests would not have happened.

Filling your bellies with resources from looting state coffers, bloody sleepists.

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Here's a 5-minute documentary on the #FeesMustFall protests:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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