EFF says they will win Limpopo from the ANC in this year's election

EFF says they will win Limpopo from the ANC in this year's election

- The EFF has said that they will win control of Limpopo in this year's elections

- This came as the party held a 5 000-strong rally in the province

- Malema promised citizens that they would all have their own land to work on if the EFF takes power

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The EFF has claimed that it will win Limpopo from the ANC in the upcoming elections.

Malema made the comments while speaking at a rally in Ribacross village near Burgersfort.

He told the crowd that land expropriation without compensation would soon be a reality.

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The EFF is currently the official opposition party in Limpopo while the ANC remains in control. However, the party, over 5 000 people attended. They mostly came from poor communities in the region, which lie in the shadows of several platinum and chrome mines.

The rally indicated that the EFF's talk of winning Limpopo may have some substance to it. According to The Citizen, over 5000 people attended. They mostly came from poor communities in the region, which lie in the shadows of several platinum and chrome mines.

According to reports, the crowd appeared to be in high spirits, and many were seen dancing and singing.

In his address to the citizens, Malema entered full campaign mode. He told the crowd that, if the EFF won the elections, they would be employers rather than employees and that they would own their own land.

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He promised once again that the EFF would provide people with land, and that this would be achieved through expropriation without compensation.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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