Covid-19: EFF members give food to less fortunate, pics shared online

Covid-19: EFF members give food to less fortunate, pics shared online

- EFF members in the Tshwane region have helped those in need during the lockdown

- The Freedom Fighters were captured on camera giving food to the needy over the weekend

- Their act of kindness warmed hearts online and the Red Berets were applauded

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Since the start of the national lockdown, Julius Malema and his party have shown their support in the fight against the coronavirus.

Shortly after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the lockdown extension earlier this month, the EFF made a substantial contribution.

The EFF announced that all its public representatives would be donating a third of their salaries to the Solidarity Fund.

The Red Berets have done the most to help keep South Africans safe. Most recently, members of the EFF in the Tshwane region handed out food parcels to the needy.

Taking to Twitter, Juju's party shared photos of the outreach over the weekend.

They captioned the post:

"Well done fighters in Ward 102 for providing for the needy. Chairperson Aaron Makola leading from the front."

Take a look at the post below:

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Some social media users applauded the EFF for their kindness and the work they do to help Saffas during these difficult times.

Meanwhile, reported previously that some EFF councillors aren't thrilled about the 33% salary cut to donate to the Solidarity Fund.

The councillors have been texting each other via WhatsApp, complaining about not being consulted before the party took the decision.

According to the councillors, the salary cuts are going to be tough on them financially.

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