The Local government elections are around the corner(1st of November) and every party is doing what it can to secure as many voters as possible. The unemployment rate is currently lurking around 34.4% while 75% of our youths are unemployed. Surprisingly, the EFF has emerged out of the blue and promised to create more "permanent jobs".
CIC Julius Malema lashed out at the government for creating temporary jobs. Malema has pleaded with the community to not be blinded by loyalty to the ANC, and that they must vote them out at the voting polls in November. Under the leadership of the ANC, there are approximately 7.4 million people who are unemployed in South Africa and these numbers are not going down. Permanent jobs will help many South Africans to get back on their feet and might reduce the level of unemployment.
Are you still giving your vote to the ANC after this promise that has been made by the EFF?
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