Malema Says EFF Prepared to Give Enemy Agents Power in Negotiations

Malema Says EFF Prepared to Give Enemy Agents Power in Negotiations

  • Julius Malema has encouraged ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba to be more flexible in negotiations
  • Malema said that the EFF was prepared to "swallow its pride" and give "enemy agents" power
  • ActionSA slammed the door on a proposal by the EFF because it meant that they would have to work with the ANC

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NKULUKEWNI - Julius Malema has said that the EFF is prepared to "swallow its pride" in negotiations with ActionSA.

He spoke to the press after he handed over a set of Mercedes Benz keys to AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo according.

Malema said that EFF had a plan to separate municipalities and govern independently under a coalition.

ActionSA, EFF, Herman Mashaba, Julius Malema
Julius Malema says he is not opposed to giving "enemy agents" power. Photo credit: @EFFSouthAfrica, @ActionSA
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He said that he would even go as far as giving "enemy agents" power if it meant securing a municipality.

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The EFF leader said that Herman Mashaba needed to be more flexible and open to the idea of compromise.

He was hopeful that a coalition agreement could be reached by Monday The Citizen.

Herman Mashaba rejected a proposal from the EFF because it meant that they would have to work with the EFF according to IOL.

ActionSA sinks EFF coalition describing as being the same as the ANC

Earlier, Briefly News reported that Herman Mashaba has closed the door on a partnership with the EFF as a potential coalition partner after the results of the local government elections.

Talks between the two groups faltered on Friday night. Mahsaba confirmed that the ActionSA senate decided that a partnership with the EFF would violate their commitment to service delivery.

ActionSA’s Herman Mashaba hits back at Zimbabwean journalist

Briefly News previously reported that Herman Mashaba, former Johannesburg mayor and currently the president of ActionSA, has replied to claims of unstable party leadership.

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A popular Zimbabwean journalist, Hopewell Chin’ono, posted an image of the party's leadership online. His caption asked, "who's in charge?"

Mashaba took offence to this post, and, according to Times Live, retorted that Chin’ono should rather focus on issues facing his home country and ActionSA's president urged the journalist not to contribute to the spread of "racialised misinformation."

Source: Briefly News

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