Malema: The financial sector must be disrupted to empower black people

Malema: The financial sector must be disrupted to empower black people

- The Economic Freedom Fighters leader, Julius Malema, says the South African financial sector needs to be disrupted before it can transform

- Malema feels a transformation is needed before the sector will empower black people

- However, he did admit that there will be failures but added people must be empowered until they get it right

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Julius Malema, leader of the EFF, has a plan to help empower black South Africans. While addressing the crowd at the EFF's consultative meeting with those who play roles in the financial sector, Malema discussed his ideas on empowering black people.

He feels the financial sector must be disrupted so it can change and transform, he says this will allow for the empowerment of black people.

EWN reported that the EFF has been meeting with many different sectors of South African society as it builds its manifesto for the upcoming elections next year.

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According to Malema, South Africa needs to build a solid financial sector - something most South Africans will agree with.

The EFF leader compared disturbing the financial sector to replacing carpets with tiles – there will be some disturbance.

We ought to disrupt it and in doing so we must be very bold about it. We must not egg-walk the financial sector. We’ve to empower black people.

Malema admitted that some of them will fail. But he said that they must still be empowered until they get it right.

READ ALSO: Jacob Zuma: If you don't vote ANC, the country will be taken away

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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