Juju’s fed up - Ramaphosa’s dogs live better than most South Africans

Juju’s fed up - Ramaphosa’s dogs live better than most South Africans

- EFF leader, Julius Malema, has slammed President Cyril Ramaphosa and the ruling party as he believes that Ramaphosa’s dogs eat better than the majority of South Africans

- He criticised the amount allocated for social grants and says there is too much money circulating within government

- Malema also called for free education again and claims that Ramaphosa is no different to Jacob Zuma in terms of corruption

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EFF leader, Julius Malema, is on the campaign trail in KwaZulu-Natal, but took the opportunity to slam the ANC and President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Addressing a crowd in KZN, Malema first criticised the amount allocated for social grants as he feels it is insufficient.

Juju was highly critical of the grant amount of R400 and claimed that even Ramaphosa’s dogs live better lives than most South African citizens.

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The verbal onslaught did not end there as Malema also deemed the cost of education to be far too high.

He cited examples of school fees and shared a theory that the government is deliberately trying to maintain certain illiterate groups in order to exercise control over them.

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The Citizen reported that Juju called for more money to be circulated amongst the people and less for politicians.

He said, “Dogmore is expensive. We want education to be free.”

Juju added, “We want money to move from politicians to the people.”

Malema also indicated that Ramaphosa and former president, Jacob Zuma, are cut from the same cloth.

According to him, both men used their sons for unscrupulous agendas.

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Briefly.co.za noted that the ANC is in the midst of their campaign trail in Kwazulu-Natal as well as former president, Jacob Zuma, embarked on a door-to-door exercise.

According to the ANC’s social media account, Zuma received a hero’s welcome from loyal supporters who pledged to vote for the ANC on 8 May.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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