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'Pants Down' Malema Gets Exposed Once More.

Julius Malema, leader of the EFF, has been revealed as yet another flip-flopper when it comes to Pravin Gordhan because of his words during Jacob Zuma's rule and his statements now.

Julius Malema, a former opposition leader in South Africa, stated he would choose Pravin Gordhan over then-president Jacob Zuma if he had a choice. "criminals" were also used to describe the previous president and his comrades as they threatened South Africa's future.

This is not the first time that Julius Malema has called for the resignation of Pravin Gordhan over Eskom's poor performance.

The firing of Pravin Gordhan by Jacob Zuma during his presidency is widely attributed to his incompetence.

Even Julius Malema, who initially criticized him for his treatment, is now calling for him to step down as Eskom continues to shut down the power.

Some people believe Julius Malema is to blame for the current condition of events in Africa. Others remarked, "We will never forget Julius Malema, this country is a mess because of him that's a fact,"

Julius Malema and his supporters were utilized as a weapon against the former president and to divert attention from his plans to implement Radical Economic Transformation, according to supporters of the former president.

Others thought Malema's legacy would be tarnished when he was accused of supporting white-monopoly capital in the struggle against Zuma. In contrast to that, he is now taking a stand against capitalism and the oppressive tendencies they exhibit.

"We must disregard the fact that white monopoly capital used the EFF and its leader, Malema, to distract Zuma from his plans for fundamental economic transformation.

However, they refused to accept nuclear power and sought Pravin's removal despite Zuma's pleas for them to band together as blacks to fight land expropriation "According to a member of the ANC,

In a meeting with his supporters this weekend, Zuma urged them to work together to unify the country's black population.


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