ZIMBABWEA's Problems Is SOUTH AFRICA'S Problems - Julius Malema Tells SABC
South Africa - When the Beit Bridge was closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Julius Malema was advocating for Zimbabweans to be allowed to go through so they can get back to work, and now once again Julius Malema is fighting for Zimbabweans at their work place. This comes as Julius Malema visited Kream restaurants to check up on his 60/40% ratio of foreign and South African workers. "CIC says we are satisfied that the restaurants adhere to what we are looking for. Kream restaurant has 50/50 arrangement, and other restaurants have majority of South Africans. #MalemaRestaurantVisit." But really as an EFF member and voter how do you feel when your president says you must share 50% of the already scarce jobs with foreigners? As of 2021 the official unemployment rate was 34,9% in the third quarter of 2021. The results of the Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS) for the third quarter of 2021 show that the number of employed persons decreased by 660 000 in the third quarter of 2021 to 14,3 million. So how do you feel about this? Leave a comment below.
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