Julius has always been an inspiration to most people. Most want feel his time will come and he will rule South Africa. What most fear is if Julius has the qualities to make South Africa great?
Julius Malema is a leader who is very decisive. EFF is blessed to have him as CIC. Julius is probably our generation’s most important political figure. Stratcom has been trying to bury him week in week out. Stratcom really think it will turn the masses against him.
This comes after the Minister of Health was placed on a special leave by the President following cases of corruption. Here are some of the points raised by Malema:
South Africa continues its accelerated path into socioeconomic collapse under the leadership of both Cyril Ramaphosa and the ANC
No other generation has witnessed so much death and sickness than our own. The pandemic is taking breadwinners, shutting down businesses, increasing unemployment and interrupting schooling.
Majority of the frontline workers, particularly those who were working under Level 5 Lockdown like the police, security guards, taxi and bus drivers, petrol attendants, retail workers and cleaners have not been vaccinated.
The desperation to only use Western produced vaccines to the exclusion of the Chinese and Russian vaccines have resulted into countless delays of purchases from J&J.
There is no reason to force contact learning because already there are rising infections amongst young people and children, which are disrupting schools. To ensure a fast move beyond the Third Wave, schools must be closed
Zweli Mkhize is being treated with kid’s cloves because he belongs to the Ramaphosa cabal. As a result and when it comes to his own, Ramaphosa is willing to be tolerant to corruption, giving corruption a special leave.
The EFF takes exception to the fact that Minister Mkhize has been placed under special leave even when he has confessed to the preparedness to repay the monies unduly given in the Digital Vibes scandal.
This is despite the clear evidence of mismanagement, maladministration and corruption. All this proves that the Cyril Ramaphosa administration is tolerant to corruption and selective in dealing with the corrupt