Julius Malema, the leader of the EFF, has talked to businesses to give South Africans an idea of what they can do about the country's 66.5 percent jobless rate for young people. There should be no restaurants that don't use Zimbabweans and say the EFF said they don't need them, he told people on Wednesday.
"Zimbabweans need to come to South Africa and work there, so we can help them get jobs. It is their place. They should not say that they are sorry about hiring Zimbabweans or some other African brother or sister. After he went to a cafe in the Shopping Center of Africa in Midland, he talked to a writer about his work. Not long after he showed up with a few workers, he was turned away from the Kream restaurant.
The owner told Malema that he wasn't allowed and gave him a letter, so he didn't get to go. It didn't matter, though. Malema didn't say no and stayed by the door until he was put in. "Kream: The board apologized for their mistake and blamed their lawful office for someone who sent them a letter telling them not to include us. After they talked to us before they went to the cafe, they realized that there was no good reason not to reach out "Mena said that, too.
"I'm not sure why they didn't come in because they were figuring out the real reasons why they were having trouble. They were truly loyal, and I tried to hire as many South Africans as possible. He showed us how it worked." Malema said Kream's actions were bad, but he agreed with her that she was trying to be nice.
"Our job is to protect the rights of specialists and help South Africans find jobs, but we also need to help our African siblings and sisters. Doesn't mean that should not be hired. Malema said that if Africans were not hired, he would get them hired.
Why did Malema start this campaign? He should not have started this campaign because he knows how afraid black people are of the government. Let me know what you think in the comment box below and follow me for more interesting news.
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