On the 8th of January 2022, during the Siyabonga Rally, president and commander in chief Julius Sello Malema declared that he and his team will be visiting the hospitality industry to assess employment rates.
Many people were relieved to learn that the Economic Freedom Fighters' Commander in Chief, Julius Sello Malema, would be prioritizing South Africans over foreigners for the first time.
CIC Julius Malema did indeed pay a visit to the restaurants in the Mall of Africa in Midrand. Unfortunately, the results did not meet the expectations of South Africans. South Africans want their jobs back, but Julius Malema wants to give them 60% of the pie and leave 40% to foreigners.
Julius Malema, speaking at an Economic Freedom Fighters press conference yesterday about the EFF's stance on restaurant employees, said that no Zimbabwean should be chased away and that a balance must be struck.
This then brought us back to the fact that the founder of the Economic Freedom Fighters had reversed his position and now prioritizes foreigners.
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