- EFF supporters will be pleased to know that they can now purchase their party's branded regalia
- The EFF launched an online store where supporters can purchase clothing items including jackets, doeks and tracksuits, among others
- The cheapest item will cost you R60 and the most expensive will set you back R1 500
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The EFF has launched an online store to sell their 'revolutionary regalia'. The supporters can now purchase the party's branded apparel.
Items on sale range from overalls to tracksuits and jackets. The cheapest items include EFF beanies, berets and doeks, which sell for between R60 and R100.
The items do go up in price with the most expensive items being unisex boot sneakers at R1 500 and a long jacket which costs R1 000. A tracksuit will also set you back R950.
The EFF announced the launch on Friday, 10 July and said the initiative was pioneered by talented young individuals.
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The EFF added that this initiative was the first of its kind in the political landscape and was part of the modernisation of the party. TimesLIVE reported that EFF treasurer general Omphile Moatwe said the store is meant to "push the revolution through technology".
The EFF online store offers free shipping for all orders for above R1 500. The store has 24/7 customer support and a 30-day return policy.
However, EFF faithfuls had to wait before they could make their purchase as the website was not available for several hours after the launch. The website has since been fixed and is up and running.
EFF leader Julius Malema and second-in-command Floyd Shivambu have promoted the online store on social media.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Floyd Shivambu defended President Cyril Ramaphosa after a video of a woman mocking the president circulated on social media.
The video depicts a woman pointing at her television during Ramaphosa address on Sunday and repeatedly asking, "Why did you ban alcohol?" Shivambu said the video was "completely out of order and unacceptable".
On Sunday, Ramaphosa announced the immediate ban on the sale and distribution of alcohol. The EFF deputy added that alcohol leads to violence and burdens hospitals.
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