Julius Marema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), keeps its promise to offer abaThembu King Buyelekhaya Darindyebo a new Mercedes-Benz luxury SUV.
Some social media commented that this is how the red beret buys the votes of the king and his people. However, the area to which the kingdom of aba Thembu belongs was occupied by the ANC.
On Saturday, at the King's Welcome Ceremony hosted by Malema and EFF leaders, the King's shiny new black wheels began to move.
Dalindyebo thanked for the generous gift.
Malema said in a speech at the ceremony that party leaders must swallow their pride in order to provide services.
As the coalition negotiations are currently in crisis and the 14-day deadline for the two parties to conclude a coalition agreement in 66 hanging municipalities is approaching, Malema will be with each other despite different political ideologies.
He added that he had to find. He said they wouldn't form a coalition that would compromise their principles, but they said they were ready to negotiate.
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