EFF unveils its 2019 election manifesto
Thousands of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters from across the country will today gather at the Giant Stadium in Soshanguve, Pretoria. Awaiting information on how the party will tackle various issues highlighted throughout their election campaign.
The EFF manifesto launch is expected to address many important issues based on consultations with its supporters. Among many factors, it is expected to addressed; corruption, inequality, lack of employment, education and crime.
Today we are going to unpack in great detail what one may call a diagnosis of the problems we are currently facing in South Africa. We are going to talk about the things South Africans are facing: jobs, land issue, social development, the infrastructure, the capacity of the government, environmental issue, women and youth empowerment.Dali Mpofu - EFF national chairperson
There must be a bit of harshness around the issue of corruption, because we have seen in concrete terms that despite the corruption cases we have had, not even a single minister has been put behind bars.Dali Mpofu - EFF national chairperson
The part hosted a gala dinner last night in Fountains Valley, where it's CIC - Julius Malema clarified that his party is not in support of a media tribunal. Malema said the red berets want to root out embedded journalism where individuals have outwardly become defenders of President Cyril Ramaphosa. He said the part wants the media to self regulate.
#EFFGalaDinner Malema: We fight with the media all the time but we don’t have a problem with particular journalists. We’re against embedded journalism where people become Ramaphosa’s defence force. ZN— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) February 1, 2019
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