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What's next for Malema? Schools, Hospitals, Farms ?

The EFF leader Julius Malema has vowed to defend the institutions saying that he has every right to inspect the workplace and check how many foreigners are employed. He reiterate that his party will not physically attack foreigners but he wants to help them by employing more South Africans to prevent foreigners from being exploited at the workplace.

This is not a once-off thing, we will be visiting employers in the security industry, hospitality industry, and farms,” said Malema. Give us tips where there are foreigners and we will pay them a visit he said to a rousing crowd. All we want is a fair representation on the shop’s floor and if that’s the case we are more than satisfied because foreigners are at home when they are here.

While Malema wants at least 50% of South Africans to be employed at the workplace, PA leader Gayton McKenzie said the party would not stop raiding shops until “illegal foreigners are home”. He said he will be hunting for Zimbabweans and Nigerians in the streets as well as Somalians and Pakistanis in townships until they give up.


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