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Bad news; Malema's scathing attack on ANC, DA

CAPE TOWN - Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema showed no limitation while imparting his scorn for the ANC and Democratic Alliance (DA) while tending to partners in Kraaifontein. 

With the local government races just eight days away numerous social events are using this week's end to scramble for most recent conceivable second projects a voting form before the metropolitan reviews on 1 November. 

Malema wrapped up his Western Cape front line at the Blue Ridge Sports Ground in Cape Town on Saturday. 

Malema again and again dispatched a couple of rankling attacks against ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa, faulting him for being a puppet. 

"Remember, Nicky Oppenheimer agreed that he gave money to CR17 so Cyril Ramaphosa can transform into a president. They stretched out beyond time. That is the explanation the individual looks so depleted and debilitating because he's not himself. They create a substance for him!" 

He in like manner took jabs at DA pioneer John Steenhuisen, saying "in the event that it was less for us, a numerous people wouldn't understand that John Steenhuisen simply has matric however since he's a white male they look at him and think 'ah! The best...'" 

A definite Malema added that the approaching political race would be an unequivocal achievement for his party, yet a troublesome day for his obstruction. 


In his area, Malema said occupants living in the rich Camps Bay should moreover support destitute individuals. 

This follows clarifications he made while tending to partners in September, when he said those living in the upmarket space of Sandton should pay a wealth obligation to dejected occupants and that this would ensure comparable allotment of the country's wealth and resources.

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