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Is this the type of Government the SA people need in power? Listen to what it said in the video

Do the South African people need an Economic Freedom Fighters' type of Government to lead them?

In the video, the party representative said that they will not limit the number of members attending the manifesto launch taking place on Sunday.

This comes despite the country still being on lockdown level 2. By the regulations, outdoor gatherings are restricted to 500 people. 

Click on the link below to hear more on why the EFF says it will not abide by the lockdown regulations


The people need to open up their eyes and be cautious when it comes to selecting the political parties which they will vote for.

The Economic Freedom Fighters is surely not a party that is ready to lead South Africa. This is because it has failed on many occasions to show that it cares for its people as it claims.When the nation was on level 4 and when it was well aware that the Covid-19 infections were sky-rocketing, the party orchestrated a couple of demonstrations.

One had to do with trying to force the South African Health Regulator to accept some Covid-19 vaccines.Another demonstration that should never be forgotten was that march in Phoenix in response to the killings of people.

Today is the manifesto in Gauteng and it will not limit the number of people. It must not be forgotten that the Covid-19 pandemic is still around.

Covid-19 is here for a longer time and this is not the time for complacency. Does the EFF consider all these dangers? Does the EFF care about the wellbeing of the people? Does the EFF care whether people get infected or not in these gatherings?

Considering what the party has done previously and what it is planning to do even today, you now know the answers to these questions.

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