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JUST IN | Malema roasts absent fathers after saying this for National Women's day, see below

The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, has urged men to do more to end violence against women. Photographic evidence.

South Africa observed Women's Day on Tuesday, and EFF leader Julius Malema used the occasion to lash out against absentee dads during the party's annual gathering. As he addressed the Eastern Cape, Malema urged absent fathers to stop making excuses and start helping their children. "Every time single mothers complain about having enough money to raise their children, they are called names, called sour girls, but they may now not be there to help their children," Malema said.

No woman will ever be a hindrance to your way of life if you help her child, so long as you help her child. It's impossible for single mothers to provide for their families on their own. He thought about the recent slayings and sexual assaults on women, including the kidnapping and murder of Hillary Gardee, the daughter of well-known former EFF secretary Godrich Gardee. "Today's young women have nowhere to turn for safety; even when they go to church, they risk sexual assault. When they seek help from traditional councils, they end up being sexually assaulted. They think they're secure at home, so they rush away, but they end up being raped there, too.

According to Malema, victims of rape and GBV should go to EFF branches if they are unable to get help from the police. You can count on the EFF to "grab your tears." We need to expose all the offenders, therefore please report the incidents at local EFF chapters. We must protect our females at all costs. He said, "We need to make sure our parents and kids aren't raped or become victims of GBV."


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