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The EFF Has Released An Official Statement To The Public.

JOHANNESBURG - Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) president Julius Malema has utilized this Women's Day to examine major problems including assault, murder and orientation based savagery.

Talking in the Eastern Cape, he considered the killings and assault of ladies, including that of 28-year-old Hillary Gardee, who was found killed close to an estate four days after she disappeared in Mbombela.

As South Africa praised the 27th public Women's Day, Malema utilized the party's yearly convention to approach men to accomplish more in the battle against orientation based savagery.

"At the point when the entire group of South Africa is being gone after, where are the men of South Africa to safeguard their own?" Malema inquired.

Malema likewise involved the location to scrutinize the job of government in advancing the pride of the young lady kid.

"As we observe Women's Day, kindly bring back the pride of the young lady kid, particularly the individuals who are poor and help them by giving them sterile cushions," Malema said.

In the midst of rising instances of assault and orientation based brutality, Malema has urged casualties to report their cases to EFF branches in the event that they don't find support from the police.

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