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Julius Malema says those without basic services are treated as animals

Cape Town – People who don't have essential administrations like flushing latrines are dealt with like creatures, EFF Leader Julius Malema said in Kayamandi, a municipality in Stellenbosch on Thursday. 

"We will improve Stellenbosch. The EFF needs individuals to remain together as one, and regard each other. We need to carry administrations to Kayamandi," Malema said. 

"The ANC and DA deal with us like creatures since they don't give us flushing latrines. We won't have flushing latrines if we don't have water. We need water. We need power. Our kids can't sit under streetlamps to consider." 

He said that individuals merited homes with three rooms, a parlor, lounge area, kitchen, and a flushing latrine. 

Malema took his battlefield to Kayamandi which is settled behind the slopes of Stellenbosch, where inhabitants in the municipality went through hours sitting tight for his appearance. 


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The people group is confronted with joblessness, administration conveyance, liquor, and chronic drug use. Adolescent pregnancy is additionally supposed to be on a high. 

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In the wake of getting a warm greeting from the group and flaunting a couple of dance moves, Malema guaranteed allies that the EFF will make it their central goal to possess the land encompassing the municipality, should they overwhelm the ward. 

The following not many days will see Malema and his company out in Bellville, Nyanga, Khayelitsha, and Kraaifontein.

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