Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) are starting their year with a positive vibe, showing love and care to South Africans.
"EFF Southern Cape Regional Chair and PR Cllr Niel Louw visited a taxi rank in Knysna earlier yesterday. The place looked like a dumping site and it posed a health hazard to the public. After his intervention the waste removal truck arrived and removed the garbage, " said EFF Western Cape.
On the other side, EFF Commander in Chief Julius Malema is on the mission of stadiums must open, opening stadiums is a dream come true for most South African Football supporters and informal traders. The opening stadiums can help many people, especially at this time of high unemployment rate. EFF will be leading their way to SAFA and PSL in the matter of stadiums must open on 22.
EFF continues doing a good job at Gauteng by checking how many locals and foreigners are employed in restaurants. They visited many restaurants at the Mall of Africa yesterday. Malema's aim was not to fight with fellow Africans but to protect them because he knows they are being robbed. He was also encouraging restaurants owners to employ locals as well, at least 50% from local.
Let's give EFF some credit for the good work they are doing. Good job EFF continues serving our country.
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My source https://twitter.com/EFFWesternCape_/status/1483838339446882308?t=37H1lkhD-I3AJ4LFytx4Ig&s=19
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