Words you will hear today: Bafana Bafana

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has thrown his weight behind Bafana Bafana ahead of its world cup qualifier against Burkina Faso at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on Saturday.

According to reports this week, the team runs the risk of playing in front of the lowest ever attendance to an official international match after it emerged on Tuesday that only 300 tickets have been sold.

Malema has appealed to South African's to support the boys.

The party will be giving away 1 000 tickets to learners and supporters.

Talk radio producer Jonathan Fairbairn shared some of the responses to Malema's call.

Some people were saying so CIC technically, one must stay in a relationship even though he or she is being abused.

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

He is really getting behind the boys and I think that is nice.

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

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