Only 3 Days left, All Road Lead to Department of Sports. Here Is What Malema Will Do
It's about time someone take a stand , for the love of the game. Where there is JuliusMalema, they should open by force. Julius Malema want stadiums to reopened and should not forget for the full opening of theatres, entertainment/event venues /nightclubs still officially restricted under level 1. Artists, entertainers, sound/light engineers, stage hands, ushers etc lost jobs & need to make money. This industry must return to operate fully.
Only 3 days to go, the EFF calls for the opening of stadiums so that people can enjoy themselves and informal traders can also benefit. In other countries people are watching football from stadiums and are carrying on with their lives. Multi-Choice is the only one who is benefiting in this time. People are tired of watching game on TV without feeling the heat of the game. EFF will be picketing at the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture on Thursday the 20th of January to demand for the opening of stadiums. Malema has asked his followers to join the people’s picket in Tshwane today at 11h00.
Sports must not be undermined, in order for broadcast monopolies such as Multi-Choice to make money. They were filling stadiums during elections, they did not talk about vaccines. The EFF is worried with entertainment while we have serious economic, counsil disruptions, foreigners, crime, drugs and Government violence etc etc. Unvaccinated people should not be allowed to go to the stadiums. Fans are crying to go to stadiums its been a while we have not seen our favourite game. Most South Africans go to stadium when its Kaizer chiefs vs Pirates. Even PSL teams are not making a lot of noise cause they don't make that much money from fans attendance.
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