- Dali Mpofu has thrown shade at both the Democratic Alliance and the ANC
- The EFF chairperson shared a conversation between himself and his daughter about education
- John Steenhuisen and Jacob Zuma earned a jab from miss Mpofu, who pointed out qualifications weren't a must when it came to leading these parties
EFF national chairperson Dali Mpofu took to social media to fire shots at both the ANC and the DA.
Mpofu, who has a degree in law, was discussing the importance of working hard to obtain an education with his daughter.
The advocate had asked the teen where she thought life would lead without qualifications, to which she responded the leader of the Democratic Alliance or even the ANC.
Briefly.co.za reported that both John Steenhuisen and former president Jacob Zuma had come under fire for their lack of higher education.
Steenhuisen has retaliated that he didn't need a degree to adequately serve the nation of South Africa, arguing that many educated fellows had done irreparable damage to the country.
Despite the backlash, Steenhuisen has managed to climb his way up the ranks of the opposition party.
Originally starting out on a provincial level, the former chief whip seems likely to replace Mmusi Maimane as the DA leader.
The federal council elected Steenhuisen to serve as interim leader of the DA until the final election can take place next year.
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