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''Out of 34 employees, only 8 are South Africans.'' EFF exposes restaurant and did this

With the impending presidential elections just around the corner, many political parties are scrambling to devise winning plans for the next elections. This is accomplished by first listening to what the majority of the population desires and then putting that desire into action.

The EFF, led by Julius Malema, has received a great deal of criticism from the public for siding with foreigners rather than its own citizens. They have, however, taken a significant step forward by committing themselves to a purpose to ensure that South Africans are employed in the majority of job positions.

Recently, a group of EFF members dined at The Ocean Basket restaurant in Menylyn, New South Wales. They were taken aback when they discovered that only 8 of the 34 staff were from South Africa. The remaining participants were foreign nationals. This served as a wake-up call for them as well as the majority of South Africans, who were previously unaware that foreigners were occupying positions that should have been reserved for natives.

According to reports, the majority of people believe that restaurants claim to employ foreigners because they claim that they are willing to work on tips, but the majority of South Africans want a base salary. It is truly tragic that the economic situation in South Africa continues to deteriorate, requiring people to take such desperate measures in order to ensure that the majority of South Africans find employment.

The EFF, in response, issued an ultimatum to the restaurant's management, stating that they would return to Ocean Basket if they did not comply. But they requested that the restaurant be permitted to employ at least 9 foreign nationals, with the remainder being South Africans, as part of a reform that would allow the restaurant to employ at least 9 foreign nationals and the remainder being South Africans.

A large number of South Africans were pleased to see the party take such a step forward. But they also claimed that the party had been generous with the restaurant, allowing them to hire even nine foreign nationals despite the party's opposition. The positive aspect of all of this is that the negotiations were conducted calmly and with the utmost respect for human life. It is essential to maintain the status quo at all times.


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