Julius Malema Gives 2 Cows to the Royal Palace, SA Has Mixed Thoughts

Julius Malema Gives 2 Cows to the Royal Palace, SA Has Mixed Thoughts

- The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema recently decided to donate two cows to the royal family

- Juju's generous donations come after the passing of the Zulu Nation King, Goodwill Zwelithini

- South Africans have shared mixed reactions to Malema's act of kindness in the comment section of a post that was made about it

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The EFF's Julius Malema recently decided to extend a hand of kindness to the royal family after the passing of King Goodwill Zwelithini by donating two cows to them. Heading online, a staunch EFF supporter with the handle, @Kgomo389.

The post that was made by the young lady explains that Malema had bought and delivered the cows to the royal palace. The post also includes a snap of the leader handing over the cows to the royal family.

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"Julius Malema donated two cows to the AmaZulu Royal Palace. #EFFAtZuluRoyalPalace," she captioned the image of Malema and a few other EFF members at the royal palace.

Very soon many South Africans took to the comment section to share their interesting thoughts on it. Read a few of them below:

@Deeren86 said:

"This is disrespectful of our Zulu King, if Julius Malema wanted to give the cows as a gift, he would have done so privately, not bring cameras and make a spectacle of it. This is a funeral, not a political circus Masilima mxm."

@cab_delivery said:

"It was not necessary because the royal family have plenty of cattle more than what Julius Malema himself has."

@HloksLipholo said:

"That is disrespectful especially if it happened now during the period of mourning. Is he implying that they cannot feed the mourners."
Julius Malema Gives 2 Cows to the Royal Palace, SA Has Mixed Thoughts
Julius Malema gave the royal family 2 cows. Image: @Kgomo389
Source: Twitter

Briefly.co.za also reported that the Economic Freedom Fighters say they will be assisting Mthokozisi Ntumba's family with his burial. EFF leader Julius Malema visited the home of Ntumba recently where he addressed supporters.

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Malema not only stated that the party would help with Ntumba's funeral but that the EFF would be going to the Constitutional Court to declare the usage of rubber bullets as unconstitutional. Malema also spoke about Police Minister Bheki Cele's visit with the family.

South Africans shared differing responses to Malema's speech in the replies section under the videos shared on Twitter by the EFF.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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