There's a saying that says if you can't beat them then join them. This is what seems to be the case for Julius Malema and his party the EFF. Everyone knows that their agenda was once based on fighting for the rights of foreigners in South Africa, however after seeing how many South Africans stand behind the 'Put South Africans First' movement, Malema can see that there's no chance that he can ever win the Presidential elections in 2024, hence he has decided to hijack the movement.
Can he be blamed though? It's just like in Highschool, if pure maths is too hard for you, there's no shame in changing it to maths literacy because at the end of the day it's all about getting good results. Today, Julius Malema is expected to check the employment ratio between South Africans and foreigners in restaurants. Wasn't that something he once despised? That South Africans shouldn't bring themselves down by crying to work in restaurants?
Action SA leader, Herman Mashaba, decided to fire shots at Julius Malema by saying, "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you... then they copy you. Some politicians in this country"
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