[LISTEN] "We can share the land without any drop of blood" Malema

Leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Malema joined host, Eusebius McKaiser in studio for a candid discussion on his party's policies, his thoughts on land, corruption, the #GuptaLeaks and more.

We've summarised Malema's wish list for you.

Malema on the prospects of winning the 2019 general elections and becoming president of South Africa:

We'll nationalise strategic sectors of the economy. We'll ensure the wealth of the country is redistributed amongst our people. We'll reduce unemployment. We'll deal with the issue of free education and improve the quality of public health services. And also ensure our people get proper, quality houses.

Julius Malema, EFF leader

His strategy on the path to 2019:

We must build branches. The people who failed to defeat the ANC, the breakaway parties, is because they failed to build branches in all corners of South Africa. If you don't have a presence, for instance, in Malamulele, when you begin to talk politics, they think politics is a synonym of the ANC.

Julius Malema, EFF leader

On the Public Protector, Advocate, Busisiwe Mkhwebane

We confessed that we made a terrible mistake. She misled us, we thought she was someone credible.

Julius Malema, EFF leader

EFF's position on land:

We want the state to be custodian of the land. The state must own and distribute the land to all of us according to a clear purpose of what we want to do with that land. We can share the land without any drop of blood.

Julius Malema, EFF leader

On going back to the party that expelled him, the African National Congress (ANC)

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