Leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema says job opportunities in local government under the EFF will benefit people because people will be those positions because they are qualified and not because of their political affiliations or nepotism.
Julius Malema said this while addressing a community meeting during the party's election campaign at Regorogile in Thabazimbi on Sunday.
He says unlike the ANC, the EFF will deliver services to communities because people will be employed for positions they are qualified for.
The ruling party, African National Congress has over the years been appointing people in several positions through their cadre deployment system, which resulted in poor service delivery in some municipalities as some leaders had no clue as to what their job descriptions entail.
Cadre deployment has been alleged to be another process which has fuelled corruption, nepotism as some ANC top officials were appointing their relatives in the positions.
The red beret leader however says that those who are under-qualified will also be considered for other job opportunities.
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