On Freedom Charter Day, African National Congress Secretary General Ace Magashule joined the leadership of the Economic Freedom Fighters in Walter Sisulu Square to celebrate. The ANC completely ignored this important day in liberation movement history, but the EFF did not. This happened during the time that the EFF was actively combating the apartheid government in South Africa.
Ace Magashule, who is now the Secretary General of the ANC, was. to Walter Sisulu Square, where they were commemorating Freedom Charter Day with the EFF leadership. The EFF is the only organization in the history of the liberation movement that remembered to commemorate this significant day, whereas the ANC completely ignored it.
EFF leader Julius Malema has said that there are people who influenced Zondo's state capture report. In his address to his supporters at the Walter Sisulu Square in Soweto on Sunday, where the party was commemorating the Freedom Charter Day, Julius Malema opined that it was race that influenced the report by race and power.
The Freedom Charter is meaningless so long as there is poverty and inequality in South Africa. According to EFF leader Julius Malema, who spoke to a massive throng at the party's Freedom Charter rally in Kliptown, Soweto on Sunday, this is exactly what happened. On Sunday, June 26, 1955, at a meeting attended by some 3,000 people, the Freedom Charter was formally adopted.
Suspended ANC secretary-well-known Ace Magashule's cutting-edge selection to rub shoulders with the Economic Freedom Fighters has tongues waging Magashule joined the competition celebration in the party of the Freedom Charter at Walter Sisulu rectangular over the weekend South Africans have been primarily baffled after seeing photos and motion pictures of Magashule cozying up with the EFF
To celebrate Freedom Charter Day, the Economic Freedom Fighters hosted an event, which was criticized by the ANC Interim Provincial Committee in the province of Free State. Some have argued that such actions are acceptable only if given official approval by the company. Because of his suspension, Ace Magashule cannot attend ANC events, but the party's IPC in Free State says he also shouldn't have celebrated Freedom Charter Day with the EFF.
As long as poverty and inequality persist in South Africa, the Freedom Charter will remain unrealized. This is according to EFF founder Julius Malema, who addressed a massive crowd at the party's Freedom Charter rally in Kliptown, Soweto, on Sunday. On Sunday, June 26, 1955, at a social event attended by over 3,000 people, the Freedom Charter was formally adopted.
The Interim ANC Provincial Committee of the province of Free State has denounced the ANC's suspended secretary general, Ace Magashule, for participating in an Economic Freedom Fighters celebration commemorating Freedom Charter Day. The group maintains that such behavior is forbidden without prior authorization from higher-ups. Ace Magashule was suspended from the EFF, so the ANC's Free State IPC argues he shouldn't have celebrated Freedom Charter Day with the EFF.
Zondo, according to the EFF leader, is focusing on black politicians while disregarding wrongdoing affecting white individuals. Julius Malema, head of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), has criticized Chief Justice Raymond Zondo and the findings of his state capture investigation. Malema claimed on Sunday at a Freedom Charter Day demonstration in Kliptown, Soweto, that Zondo had focused on black leaders while ignoring the corrupt practices of white people.
Originally posted on Twitter by EFFSouthAfrica (link: https://twitter.com/EFFSouthAfrica/status/1541064592700350470?s=19). It has been reported that suspended ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has been in contact with the EFF's top brass. EFF leaders, including Ace Magashule, celebrated Freedom Charter Day in Walter Sisulu Square.
He is useless in the ANC, so please keep him in the EFF! Ace Magashule is using the EFF to resurrect his political career. His political career was handled by Buffalo! This is what many people said after seeing Ace Magashule, the suspended secretary general of the ANC, celebrating Freedom Charter Day in Walter Sisulu Square with the red beret brigade.