- Economic Freedom Fighters leader, Julius Malema, called on the communities of Limpopo to unite
- Malema said that tribalism should be avoided as it divides people, allowing the 'enemy' to defeat them
- The EFF leader called tribalism a demon that must be defeated
Julius Malema has called on the residents of Limpopo to unite and move away from tribalism.
The EFF leader was in Polokwane on the 24th of November and addressing miners at a manifesto consultation assembly.
He said the people of Limpopo must avoid 'falling into the trap of tribalism', as reported by EWN.
Malema stated that tribalism is a dividing force and that Limpopo residents should try to unite across their various cultures.
He called on unity, saying the 'enemy' will defeat them if they are not united.
Communities must unite, black people must unite. We must not be greedy because there are enough minerals to be shared amongst all of us.
According to Malema, many of the issues faced by miners are caused by corruption in the Mineral Resources Department. He also said the department is controlled by the “white monopoly capital”.
Here you can watch Malema's address:
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