- A video of a man holding a hand written placard offering to slap Julius Malema for R20 is doing the rounds online
- The hilarious clip was shared by an online user on TikTok recently and currently has over 224K views
- Impressed Saffas have commended the man in the video on his strategic money making scheme
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There is truly no place Mzansi. In more hilarious events which have peeps amused, a video of a man holding a placard offering to slap leader and Commander-in-Chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema for R20 was shared online.
The video was shared on TikTok by @nikki_lekker_in_george and has over 224K views. The user captioned the post:
“So creative. Give that man a Bell's ook sommer.”
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Online users took to the comments section to commend the man on his strategic money making scheme on the post:
“Next day he was rich.”
Jacques Heyneke said:
“How to become a millionaire with only a box and a black marker.”
“This guy knows how to make money, big business man.”
lucandannie luc di g said:
“Anyone know this guy, would like to contribute to the worthy cause.”
“I’ll give him R2 000.”
“Only in our country!!”
“By the end of the day this guy became a millionaire.”
Zandile Mafe not responsible for Parliament fire, says Malema
Briefly News previously reported that the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema, does not believe that Zandile Mafe, the man accused of starting a fire at the Houses of Parliament in Cape Town, is guilty of the offences he is being charged with.
Instead, Malema believes that the responsibility falls on the shoulders of Parliamentary officials who did not ensure that Parliament was adequately maintained. He specifically named Baby Tyawa, the Secretary, who Malema suggested should step down from her position.
According to IOL, Malema said Tyawa should have had maintenance and fire safety checks conducted at the national key point. The EFF leader suspects that rats chewed wires, causing them to become exposed, thereby starting the fire.
Source: Briefly News