- Sizwe Dhlomo thinks very highly of Julius Malema following the EFF leader's passionate address this week
- He thinks that Malema has what it takes to effectively oppose the ANC
- His fans joined in the conversation on Twitter with some of them agreeing with his assessment
Sizwe Dhlomo has dipped his toes into the political pond and shared what he thinks of the EFF's fiery leader, Julius Malema.
He believes that Malema has what takes to effectively oppose the ANC. This comes after the leader of the EFF delivered a passionate speech addressing President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address.
Malema was highly critical of Ramaphosa in his speech and called him incompetent, incapacitated and unreliable.
This seemed to strike a chord with Dhomo who reacted positively to his emotional address.
"The more Julius speaks, the more he comes across as the official opposition leader..."
His fans took to the comments section to share what they thought of the controversial leader:
"He's just an angry boy, which is why he sang Zuma must fall then went and enjoyed his tea. We don't have opposition leaders in SA we only have attention seekers which is why ANC gogos are still sleeping after +-25 years of democracy."
"Malema masters the art of populism. He knows when to speak popular views and he knows when to remain silent. Most of his speeches are empty but sound nice in ears."
"He cannot be ignored and that is why most of the ruling party's so called 'leaders' are so preoccupied with him, they are suffering from the 'I wish I'd thought of that first' syndrome. They are in so much pain for being so out of touch with ordinary SAs daily struggles."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that after reading an article compiled by Briefly.co.za, South Africans have shared their many thoughts on EFF leader Julius Malema's comments on President Cyril Ramaphosa's latest State of the Nation Address.
After reading about what Julius had to say about the president's speech, many locals expressed that they felt like Malema was speaking more out of anger than from a justified political view. Not all locals, however, thought this as many of them agreed with Malema's statements.
In other news, it seems Juju’s tea with former President Jacob Zuma has opened up the floodgates for people to visit the elderly man.
A photo of Cassper shaking hands with Jacob Zuma is doing the rounds on social media and it is apparent from a recent meeting held on Monday, 15 February, according to the author of the post.
Twitter user Africansoil shared the picture online along with the caption:
“The eNkandla National Keypoint is busy these days...we like it. Check this greeting!”
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