- Economic Freedom Fighters leader (EFF) Julius Malema presented a herd of cattle to King Misuzulu kaZwelithini
- EFF emphasised the importance of appreciating African history and fostering ties with traditional leaders
- South Africans questioned the motives behind the EFF's unusual gift, with many speculating it's a political ploy
ULUNDI - The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema, gifted King Misuzulu kaZwelithini a herd of cows during a ceremony held at the KwaZulu-Natal Old Legislature in uLundi.
Appreciating African history
The event garnered attention after the party shared images of the symbolic handover on social media.
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EFF political motives
South Africans speculated about the potential political motives behind the unusual gift. With national elections on the horizon, some view this move as an electioneering strategy by the EFF to garner support in the province.
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EFF supporters weigh in
Some applauded the EFF for what they perceived as true leadership, praising the party for forging ties with the AmaZulu King.
Read some comments below:
"EFF keeps on donating bulls and expensive vehicles to kings trying to buy votes."
"So it's a bribe. Good to know."
"Forget about KZN. Damage caused by him to those diehards will remain for a long time."
"True leadership and I am here for it."
"At least the King is educated and subscribes to good governance, he's not into rhetoric and insults on a public platform. KZN reflect and see through electioneering."
Julius Malema confident in EFF’s 2024 victory
In another article, Briefly News reported that the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema is optimistic about the party's prospects in the 2024 elections.
He expressed confidence during a campaign address in Kimberley's Galeshewe Township. While addressing party members, Malema outlined the EFF's campaign strategy, highlighting efforts to make inroads in the Frances Baard region around Kimberley.
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Source: Briefly News