https://mobile.twitter.com/EFFSouthAfrica/status/1484014125667782657Yesterday visits by EFF leader Julius Malema to a number of restaurants in South Africa in order to “check the employment ratio between South African citizens and foreign nationals” was more than just political grandstanding. It amounts to a form of workplace terrorism. The idea that Julius Malema has the authority to impose himself on a private employer – armed, like an apartheid-era labour inspector, with a clipboard and a kit to conduct a kind of pencil-test – is both laughable and dangerous. Unfortunately, this is just another staged event in the EFF’s ongoing campaign of throwing its weight about the workplace even though it has no legal standing or right to do so. This populist party with little or no coherent policies will seemingly do anything to attract attention themselves with scant regard for the rule of law. Today Julius Sello Malema is going to demand the opening of the stadiums at the Department of sports, Arts and Culture in Tshwane.The EFF calls for the return of supporters to the stadiums. Many sectors including street vendors, have lost so much due to the closure of stadiums. Sports and Arts are on the verge of collapse and need our protection.
After EFF done to tell President Cyril Ramaphosa to open the stadiums, we 100% know that their next move visit is Tambotie Flats and Sunnyside Police Station. Drugs, Human Trafficking, Hijacked Buildings. EFF Tshwane Ground Forces take your position. So many people in South Africa still think that what Julius is doing is illegal. This is why they suggested ad-hoc committee the will engage first with government departments and get legal mandate to approach registered businesses to make such inquiries. They say this is just terrorism and a reactionary move to an apparently growing movement. But deep down they don't know that EFF is the only hope of South Africans.
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