Julius Malema said politically the country may be free, but freedom wouldn't be realised until there was economic freedom for all."/>
EFF leader Julius Malema said the party's translation of the Freedom Charter was revolutionary and that the EFF was the main party driven by seeing the commitments of the contract satisfied.
He was talking at a Freedom Charter rally in Kliptown Soweto on Sunday, on the 67th commemoration of the reception of the report in 1955. Malema said politically the nation might be free, yet opportunity wouldn't be acknowledged until there was financial opportunity for all.
To an ocean of red he said, opportunity rises to occupations and work security and that one high priority a task no matter what their capabilities. Malema said the decision party didn't focus on instruction, saying "the ANC loves the uneducated people".
On the EFF's arrangements, he said: "We need free schooling, so we can find a new line of work and do business as our own boss and pay for ourselves. We need our own homes. Not RDP homes."
That's what he added "under the EFF, there won't ever be a shack"
Individuals of color, under the EFF authority, would accomplish their fantasies and acknowledge what was imagined in the Freedom Charter, which incorporates houses, security and solace.
"There is no opportunity without haven, solace and security. Ladies have not seen opportunity as there is no opportunity without security. There should be a spot for security and relaxation. The Freedom Charter says there should recreation — unwind. How must we unwind when there is no cash?"
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