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EFF:"You Don't Need Matric To Become A Cleaner" Says Julius Malema

People who Didn't have matric in South Africa where excluded in lot of things because everytime when you want a job they will say matric or degree some people didn't quit school because they wanted to quit but they quit because it was tough at home.

EFF pioneer , Julius Malema , was in a battle field in front of the Local Government Elections for 2 days at Emalahleni , Mpumalanga . 

The Local government elections are around the corner(1st of November) and each party is doing what it can to get whatever number electors as could be allowed. The joblessness rate is presently prowling around 34.4% while 75% of our adolescents are jobless. Shockingly, the EFF has arisen out of nowhere and vowed to make more "extremely durable positions".

Malema said Emalahleni doesn't have a place with the ANC. It has a place with individuals of Emalahleni and individuals of that spot should remove the ANC from power . 

Malema told Emalahleni occupants that any place he has been there is potholes and u might imagine that potholes are a pool . 

" We won't ever rest until grannies get twofold of what they are right now getting.We don't need our old individuals to pay for water and power - in light of the fact that they don't procure anything" Malema said . 

Julius Malema energized the that he needs them to go to class and be better individuals. 

"We are battling for nothing education.Your degree doesn't lapse. It is hanging tight for an EFF government " he said . 

Malema rised the mind-set individuals when he said he will recruit everybody, if you have matric, if you have a degree. 

Malema said he assembled the local area conference since he needed to show the country that individuals are not working .

Julius Malema wrapped up his battle field in Mpumalanga today. 

Malema is relied upon to be in Limpopo tomorrow for a gathering with the local area in Mankweng, Turfloop .


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