Khwela Dilika, a South African citizen, dealt a crushing blow to Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema by leaking his private information. EFFA president Julius Malema was questioned by Khwela Dilika if he would provide another option for foreign nationals to obtain fake IDs.
Because of speculation that Economic Freedom Fighters had given out fake identification cards so that their supporters could vote for the party, this has since been proven to be false. People were suspicious when they saw a man selling fake IDs while sporting a shirt bearing the EFF's insignia in Johannesburg. Check out these contributions from other South Africans.
"Mzansi, how did this happen?" Many of the people whose names we know here are not legitimate residents of this nation. Foreigners may be utilizing our passports and identities to perpetrate a wide range of crimes," I think.
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