- On Sunday, thousands of South Africans participated in the National Day of Prayer
- Julius Malema and Mmusi Maimane were photographed together at an event
- The EFF announced their CIC and Maimane united to pray against anti-black racism
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On Sunday, thousands of South Africans gathered at the FNB Stadium, Johannesburg to pray for the country. Issues like gender-based violence and crimes against children took centre stage on the National Day of Prayer.
Amongst those who attended were Julius Malema and Mmusi Maimane. The EFF leader made a u-turn in his feelings towards Maimane after the latter stepped down as the DA leader.
Juju and the former DA leader posed for a photo together and the EFF posted it on Twitter.
The EFF captioned the photo:
"CIC @Julius_S_Malema takes a pic with @MmusiMaimane at #nationaldayofprayer. Leadership of South Africa is all here to join in prayer for our country and the world. Our prayer request is the end of anti-black racism in the country and the world."
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Needless to say, the image sparked quite the reaction. Briefly.co.za gathered many wanted to know why the politicians were only praying for the end of anti-black racism and not all racism.
However, others only focussed on Juju, who appears to be gaining a bit of weight.
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