- Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters is adamant about ensuring that the African National Congress is voted out of power
- Malema says the Red Berets are willing to do whatever it takes to make sure that the ruling party no longer governs, including voting for the enemy
- The Red Berets leader is convinced that voting for the opposition party was the right move because South Africans are tired of the ANC
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During a media briefing at the Economic Freedom Fighters headquarters in Johannesburg, the party leader Julius Malema fired shots at the African National Congress and the party's leader President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Malema was speaking on the Red Berets unprecedented strategy to vote for the opposition party, the Democratic Alliance in all Gauteng Metros and the eThekwini metro.
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Malema reaffirmed that he and the EFF would do whatever it took to vote the ANC out even if it meant voting for the enemy. He added by saying voting a ghost was better than voting for the ruling party, reports TimesLIVE.
"We are not here to revive the ANC, we are here to bury it," said Malema.
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He added by saying that South Africans have sent a clear message to the ANC that they no longer want them to govern.
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Social media users have shared their thoughts on Malema's stance when it comes to the ruling party. Here are some of their comments:
"But other idiots think the ANC should have accepted the EFF proposed coalition conditions."
"Why isn't this gangster in jail? The wheels of justice in this country is a joke."
"In the process of reviving the DA right? Yes."
"The ANC stinks because it's dead. Let's bury it!"
South Africans weigh in on EFF leader Julius Malema's 'Politics 101' class
Briefly News previously reported that Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters his much anticipated 'Politics 101 class' on Thursday at the party's Winnie Madikizela-Mandela House head office in Johannesburg.
Malema took the opportunity to address the media and explain some of the political decisions that have transpired in the past few days, especially the Red Berets' decision to vote for the Democratic Alliance in Gauteng.
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Malema says the DA and EFF have no coalition agreement
During the question and answer section of the EFF Presser Malema clarified that the EFF is the opposition of the DA and the two parties have not formed a partnership, despite the EFF voting them into power, reports News24.