It is the former colleagues, former friends, taking on each other with one mandate, to win over South Africans.
There is movement now which run online known as #PutSouthAficansFirst. This movement seems threatening more political parties.
The way it is threatening politicians, it is forcing some now to change its policy and adopt the policy of hashtag Put South Africa first.
Gayton McKenzie who's the president of Patriotic Alliance has been known to stand by the norm of putting South Africa first, but as for the founder and commander in chief of the Economic freedom Fighters Julius Sello Malema and his party, they were seen prioritising foreigners than citizens.
Immediately after local government elections, made made it clear to President of the Economic freedom Fighters that they didn't vote them because of its policy of foreigners abd citizens.
Now the EFF had changed its policy to also start prioritising the South Africans first. This now speaks volume of Gayton VS Malema since now both are putting South Africans first.
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