Julius Malema and the EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters) are known to take on many of the issues that plague South Africans. From the land crisis to racism and even corruption, they face these issues head on, Sometimes leaving a lot of controversy in their path. So it would make sense that when there is an issue to be addressed, they would be the first people to turn too. That's exactly what one South African girl did in a Social media post that has been going viral. Here's what she needed help with and what it means for South Africans.
She asked him for help :
In a new video (which you can watch by clicking the link below) A South African girl made a call for help to Julius Malema. In her video she addressed the rise of Uber and other taxi services in South Africa. She claimed that while they have been growing more popular, they do not care about the safety of South African Woman. She also makes serious claims about these drivers and how they got their licenses, saying that many of them came through back door methods. While these are serious claims. The truth is she's not far off from the truth. Below I will tell you why, but first you can watch the video by clicking the link down below.
Women in South Africa :
Sadly, I can tell you that a lot of Women in South Africa are in danger. Gender based violence is a big part of South African society and not much seem to be changing. Sadly this is a real issue when it comes to services like Uber. Whether Julius Malema can help solve this issue I can't tell you. However tell me what you think of this in the comments and follow for more news as it happens.
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