- EFF leader, Julius Malema, has addressed the issue of xenophobia in South Africa at a recent campaign rally in the Eastern Cape
- Malema has called for South Africans to see themselves as Africans too
- The EFF leader has also recently called for persons of colour in the Western Cape to unite against the DA this coming election
Leader for the EFF, Julius Malema, has condemned xenophobia at a recent rally in the Eastern Cape.
With a recent spate of violent xenophobic attacks spreading across the country, local politicians are having their say on the matter.
Malema is well-known for his controversial politics; however, the EFF commander preached a simple message of love and unity when it came to this difficult topic.
The EFF politician affectionately known as ‘Juju’ drove one particular point home when it came to xenophobia in SA:
“Africa is for all of us…”
Malema also pointed out to the crowd that most xenophobia in SA is blatantly black on black violence, even when there are people of other races who may not be ‘deserving’ of a job.
According to EWN, Juju also preached a message of unity at a Western Cape rally recently, when he called on black and coloured South Africans to take back power in the province.
By this, Malema means that the DA, who has maintained control over the Western Cape for many years, should be pushed out and the EFF come forward as the main opposition party and rulers of the province.
Breifly.co.za gathered that the red berets’ leader moves his campaign onto the Free State this week.
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