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Good news for South African as of 1 November

KRAAIFONTEIN - Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema has guaranteed free schooling, occupations, the controlling of nepotism, and affirmation of good administration should electors entrust the red berets with their voting forms. 

FILE: <a class=EFF party leader Julius Malema addresses supporters in the Madibeng Municipality in the North West on 8 October 2021."/>

Malema took a few hits at the African National Congress and Democratic Alliance while tending to allies at the Blue Ridge sports field in Kraaifontein on Saturday evening. 


#EFF Thousands are assembled at the Blue Ridge Sports Field. Malema is promising free schooling should potential electors entrust his party with their votes. LP pic.twitter.com/tjZvqf7Nvg 


EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) October 23, 2021 


#EFF pic.twitter.com/o4DUfAtwLH 


EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) October 23, 2021 


#EFF pic.twitter.com/ukkKCnDJtZ 


EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) October 23, 2021 


#EFF Some say they need free schooling and appropriate disinfection. LP pic.twitter.com/rm9UAAEmV6 


EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) October 23, 2021 


"Regardless of whether you are rich or poor, you should go to the college for nothing," he told the group. 


He said he will help those in devastated networks. 


"Cape metro is government. Sassa is government. How might government give me cash and say I'm poor? A similar government returns to take cash for the sake of water and power. A logical inconsistency should be halted." 


A few allies said they anticipated projecting their polling forms on 1 November, as they accept the red berets will bring change.'Rich or poor, you must go to the university free of charge' - Malema (msn.com)

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