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"I thought the EFF was hated in Soweto" A lady got Mzansi to defend the EFF after seeing this post.

This is according to EFF leader Julius Malema, who addressed a large crowd on Sunday at the party's Freedom Charter rally in Kliptown, Soweto.

The Freedom Charter was officially adopted on June 26, 1955, at a gathering of approximately 3,000 people.


On social media, EFF is vilified, but those on the ground will tell you a heartwarming story about how people adore EFF. The lady took to social media after seeing how many people attended the event, but little did she know it would end in tears for her. It's not only economic freedom fighter parties that get dragged on the internet. This includes other political parties. Sometimes, social media might not be the best way to address certain issues face-to-face. 


As long as freedom is not realised and there is poverty and inequality in SA, the Freedom Charter does not exist. This is according to EFF leader Julius Malema. Share your thoughts on this matter.


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