The economic freedom fighters' president, Julius Malema, seems to be cleaning all the streets and every community corner in South Africa. The Economic Freedom Fighters party has been all over the country campaigning for the local government election that is coming very soon. Julius Malema, together with his team, has been to other provinces, which include Mpumalanga, Kwa Zulu Natal and others. The economic freedom fighters, as they rap their campaigns, decided to pay a visit to one of South Africa's provinces that had not been visited: the Eastern Cape. Little did they know that the party would be welcomed with open arms by King Buyelekhaya, who had a big smile and a contagious contagious to encourage the people of the Eastern Cape to vote for the economic freedom fighters.The AbaThembu King, Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo, became the first monarch jailed by the post-apartheid government in 2015. The king said he felt betrayed, ridiculed and humiliated, when Zuma's government sent him to prison.
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