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"I thought the EFF was hated in Soweto" A lady got Mzansi to defend the EFF after seeing this post.

This is what Julius Malema, the leader of the EFF, told a large crowd at the party's Freedom Charter rally in Kliptown, Soweto, on Sunday.

On June 26, 1955, at a meeting of about 3,000 people, the Freedom Charter was officially signed.

People say bad things about EFF on social media, but people on the ground will tell you how much people love EFF. When the woman saw how many people came to the event, she posted about it on social media. Little did she know that it would end in tears for her. Economic freedom fighter parties aren't the only ones who get dragged on the internet. This includes political parties from other groups. Sometimes, social media might not be the best place to talk about some things in person.

The Freedom Charter does not exist as long as SA is not free and there is poverty and inequality. This is what Julius Malema, the leader of the EFF, says. Tell me what you think about this.


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