- The Economic Freedom Fighters recently called for members to come together to march for their Unemployment Insurance Relief
- The EFF is marching to the Department of Employment & Labour as well as the SASSA offices in Tshwane today
- EFF members gathered in their numbers for the march that started at 10am this morning
The Economic Freedom Fighters are marching to the Department of Employment & Labour as well as the SASSA offices in Tshwane today. The party is demanding that workers are paid the R350 Unemployment Insurance Relief.
They also want to ensure that workers receive their Temporary Employers Relief Scheme (TERS) payouts that were claimed on their behalf by employers. The march started at 10am this morning, 5 November.
The party shared a video of members marching to the Twitter account. The caption reads:
"We are making our way to the Department of Labour and SASSA offices to address issues of our people #EFFLabourDeskMarch."
Take a look at their press alert below:
Below is a video of members of the EFF during the march:
Take a look at some of the reactions to their march below:
"The interest of "our people" is unemployment?"
@Gustav62128729 tweeted in response to the video:
"Why are there no police dispersing them for contravention of lockdown laws?"
In other EFF-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Julius Malema slammed Donald Trump. During a 'special visit' to Pharmacy Direct on Wednesday, Malema said global democracy is in question if first world nations are concerned about alleged electoral fraud and vote-rigging:
“If they are robbing each other it is good. They are tasting what we have been tasting here in Africa. They must know what the rigging is about, but Trump is a crybaby, he must accept defeat. If he is defeated he must accept. The same with Biden."
Trump is currently in a race against Joe Biden for the top spot in the country, however, the current US President claims that foul-play is afoot:
“We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election. This is a major fraud on our nation. We want the law to be used in a proper manner. So we'll be going to the US Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop.”
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