In an embarrassing episode, the representative of Kream Restaurants refuse to have a meeting with the EFF leadership who wanted to check how many foreigners are employed at the company.
The representative asked Malema what are you doing here? What authority do you have since you are not part of the government?
Malema replied that he is a member of parliament and has oversight powers but couldn't produce a letter from parliament or the government.
The representative then told Malema point blank that he is nothing more than a civilian, he has no power to inspect the business according to the law. He then asks him to come with officials from the government particularly those under the department of labor if he wants to address labor issues.
Malema then tries to block the restaurant from getting customers by addressing the media but the management refuses to budge. The representative said according to the policy we cannot allow anyone to come and see our business besides government officials.
What if criminals use the same trick and say we are from this party or that party and then come to see where we keep our valuables. Moreover South African has more than 100 political parties and if we allow each party to come and tell us what they think is right for business we will end up closing our business or being robbed.
After threatening to muddy the place the Kream management end up agreeing to give Malema an audience
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