A story that has angered a lot of people during the KwaZulu Natal and Gauteng violent riots and looting was when things turned from bad to worse, what made matters worse was when some community members from the Phoenix area in KZN started to take the law in their own hands as they started to attack black people.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer, Julius Malema is normal in Phoenix, north of Durban, on Saturday. Malema says as the EFF they are calling for harmony across the Phoenix region. "I don't need pressures, I need harmony and the individuals who don't need harmony are adversaries of the EFF.
https://twitter.com/IOL/status/1439237021260726278?s=19 Julius Malema's unscheduled visit to Phoenix is generating a lot of arguments on social media as people say that they want to know the motive behind the visit. However, speaking in a video, Julius Malema made it clear that his visit is for good, and it should not generate ethic or racial tension.
EFF leader Julius Malema welcomes allies in the wake of visiting a democratic station in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, on September 18 2021. Julius Malema restrained his racial way of talking on Saturday when he visited the dominatingly Indian municipality of Phoenix in Durban interestingly since 36 individuals were killed there in the July agitation.
The once fiery and vibrant EFF founder and lawmaker, Julius Malema is now a preacher of peace as the country is gradually moving towards the local government elections. The energetic and vocal political leader is now suing for peace, saying that no country can survive in the absence of peace.
Police in Phoenix were involved in a horrific shooting which led to one police officer being injured and two suspects being shot dead by police officers. According to the SAPS news report, the Phoenix Trio Crime Prevention Unit spotted a suspicious looking vehicle which had three men inside and they sent a signal to the driver of the vehicle to stop but he refused to do so, instead he sped off attempting to evade the police.
Civil organization is preparing to file court paper in connection with Phoenix riots that caused the death of 36 people and many others were injured, properties were destroyed by fire and also many cars were set alight. The justice for Africans revealed this information and they want the state to explain their her standing when this turmoil happened that saw many black lives die.
If one has to be asked who's enjoying the freedom of speech more than any other citizen in south africa,he/she is likely to say Julius Malema.The president of the economic freedom fighters Julius Malema is one outspoken citizen who never hesitate to speak out his mind about any issue,be it political,social or academic,Malema would speak out his mind without minding what other people would say.Malema had in numerous occasions clashed with the police and he happened to make some utterances that were not welcomed by the police and ofcourse the minister Bheki cele,he's not afraid of anyone regardless of the powers vested upon them.Apparently,Julius Malema has today visited the Phoenix surburbs in Kwazulu natal as part of the upcoming local government elections campaign,this is one surburb that has been on the news headlines after the racial clash between the black south africans and the Indians that led to the killing of 36 black south africans.In one of the elections registration centre,Malema had a conversation with the police who promised and assured him that peace has been restored in the community after the tragic incidents which unfolded in July.Malema was very polite when talking to the police.Though the police claims to have restored peace in the town of Phoenix,many south africans are still awaiting a detailed intelligence report from the investigators assigned to the area investigate the matter and establish the real cause of the clashes.
EFF Leader Declares ‘War’ On ANC As He Urges Youth To Vote Against ANC? See Details Here DURBAN - EFF pioneer Julius Malema is expecting to influence networks in KwaZulu-Natal where he drove his party's mission on Saturday. He started in Phoenix, a town in the north-west of Durban where demonstrations of vigilantism, fuelled by racial profiling, left 36 individuals dead in July.
Julius Malema restrained his racial manner of speaking on Saturday when he visited the prevalently Indian municipality of Phoenix in Durban, interestingly since 36 individuals were killed there in the July turmoil. The EFF pioneer, who two months prior said if the police didn't "discover the Indians" who had killed individuals the EFF would do as such, called for harmony.
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Contrary to fears that the visit by troublemaker EFF pioneer Julius Malema, to screen the elector enrollment measure in Phoenix, Durban was intended to stir up the all around tense racial strains nearby, after arriving, he lectured harmony and racial congruity. Malema showed up at Phoenix's Swanvale grade school soon after early afternoon on Saturday and was guided into the enlistment lobby by the party's secretary-general, Marshall Dlamini and the neighborhood administration.
Source: https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1439233887775961089?s=19 After arriving in Phoenix, Durban, Julius Malema, the leader of the fiery EFF, spoke out against worries that his visit to oversee the voter registration process would inflame the already heightened racial tensions in the region. He advocated peace and racial harmony.
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DURBAN: Two individuals were lethally injured and someone else taken to emergency clinic following a shootout with police in the early hours of toward the beginning of today in Phoenix. As indicated by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, SAPS individuals recognized a dubious vehicle going on northern drive, in Phoenix and enacted blue lights and alarm to stop the vehicle.
Police officer shot, two suspects killed in Phoenix shootout A Phoenix South African Police Services officer was shot by perpetrators of crimes after they responded to a call about a possible robbery that was taking place, where perpetrators of crimes had pounced at a premises and perpetrated their robbery.
A POSITION of Phoenix riots that killed 36 people, injured dozens of people, destroyed property and set fire to cars is expected to be filed soon. This was revealed by Justice for Africans, who said the State should explain where it was at the time of the turmoil, when the Indians were ‘expelled by Indians’ in Phoenix?
Picture: illustrative: Google The police were engaged in a firefight with the suspects after a stop. It was around 9 p.m. when police officers in Phoenix were on patrols, the Phoenix trio crime prevention unit were on the Northen drive in Phoenix when they spotted a vehicle that looked suspicious with three occupants
An examination is in progress into the passing of two men and the injury of a third in a shoot-out with police in Phoenix, north of Durban, during the early long periods of Thursday. Autonomous Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) representative Grace Langa said police recognized a vehicle with dubious inhabitants on Northern Drive and requested them to stop.
DURBAN - A PHOENIX school has been gotten free from spurning Covid-19 wellbeing conventions. Recently, Solvista Secondary School the board was blamed for permitting Covid-positive students compose their assessments in similar setting as understudies without Covid. As per representative for the Basic Department of Education in KwaZul-Natal, Muzi Mahlambi, the school had indeed followed the essential security rules.