Cic was in durban yesterday with his with people,thanking the people of ethekwini municipality for voting for the eff in the last municipality elections.
Here is what malema said that shocked people:
Malema said that unemployment is too high for business people to be employing foreigners,he even mentioned that south Africans should not blame the foreigners for getting theses jobs but should blame the employers.
He also mentioned that if someone gets a tender I'm a certain branch he/she should employ people from that local area even if he is coming from limpopo and doing a tender in kzn he/she should employ people from durban (local).
This came as a shock to many because last year,Malema mentioned that borders around Sputh Africa should be opened to anyone who wants to come to SA.And many citizens were angry as this would increase unemployment in SA,but today he mentions that jobs should be given to south Africans,so the question is where will the foreigners work?if border's are opened to anyone.
Maybe the Cic has changed his mind from what he said last year.But many people think it's a good idea to employ south Africans first as there are many graduates without employment.
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