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The EFF leader Julius Malema says that his party will oppose vaccine mandatory

It seems like the government will have a tough time making vaccines mandatory pass into law. We see that now the EFF has indicated that they will fight against the vaccine mandatory. The EFF says that people should not be forced to vaccinate it should be a personal choice.

It was late last year when the government indicated that they will be looking into making vaccines mandatory and this was highly rejected even though some are in favor of this.

Here in South Africa, the government keeps on extending the state of disaster and it is not known that it will be for how long even though now the county is not under any disaster.

This is the way that the government wants to ensure that they control the country and they are not accountable to anything because parliament does not sit. This is why we are even seeing now that the President has gone ahead and made a loan saying that it is for covid19 while people still don't know who was the recipient of the R500 billion. People who have looted that money are still roaming free in this country and now the government went and took another loan so that they can keep on looting. The loan has nothing to do with poor people. It is just a rich quick scheme.

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