Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), passionately spoke at a community meeting in KwaMashu, urging residents to register and unite for political change. He’s actively campaigning across the province, rallying support for the EFF’s manifesto launch on February 10th.
Malema’s main message is for young people to register and remove President Cyril Ramaphosa from office, expressing the party’s dissatisfaction with the current leadership. This direct approach, like saying “We are tired of looking at the big nose called Ramaphosa,” emphasizes the urgency of Malema’s message, aiming to turn discontent into real political change.
His visit to KwaMashu is part of a strategy to mobilize communities, stressing the importance of political participation. Malema’s charisma, along with the promises in the upcoming manifesto, seeks to galvanize support and influence the region’s political landscape.
As the EFF prepares for the February 10th manifesto launch, Malema’s presence in KZN aims to energize the electorate. The party’s emphasis on voter registration reflects the belief that meaningful change starts with active civic engagement, urging citizens to vote and shape the nation’s future.
In a time of political polarization, Malema’s direct and action-oriented approach stands out. The EFF’s campaign in KZN reflects a commitment to democratic principles and the pursuit of a political landscape aligned with people’s aspirations.
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Julius Malema, leader of the EFF, is currently speaking at a community meeting in Ward 104, KwaMashu, KZN. He has been actively campaigning since yesterday across the province to urge people to register to… pic.twitter.com/sVx3JdSUhD
— Central News (@centralnewsza) February 4, 2024