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View Where Julius Malema went on an unexpected visit. You'll be in tears after watching it.


He When EFF leader Julius Malema visited South African eateries recently to "really look at the business split between South African locals and foreign nationals," it was more than just political showboating. It's a type of workplace psychological oppression. Julius Malema's ability to force his way into the private sector, armed with the clipboard and pack of a racial segregation-era auditor to administer a pencil test, is both humorous and dangerous. It's terrible that this is merely another planned event in the EFF's continual effort to wield power in the workplace despite having no legal foundation or authority to do so.

If the EFF is to be successful, it will require partners in the arenas. Many industries have incurred significant losses as a result of arena closures, including road merchants. Sports and the arts are in danger of collapsing, and we must help them.

After they have completed encouraging President Ramaphosa to open the venues, we believe the EFF's best course of action is to visit the Tambotie Flats and the Sunnyside Police Station. Structure sabotage, narcotics, and human smuggling The EFF's Tshwane Ground Forces take command. Julius' activities are viewed as criminal by many in South Africa. As a result, they recommended forming an impromptu council that would call government officials and get a legal order before proceeding with such demands from enrolled organizations.

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