EFF Western Cape vows to root out nepotism
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in the Western Cape says nepotism is rife in the province.
Speaking to Kieno Kammies, EFF member of the provincial legislature Bernard Joseph says high-ranking officials were appointed without the relevant qualifications.
Nepotism is indeed happening in this province. We have resources to address these challenges here in the Western Cape.Bernard Joseph, EFF MPL
Joseph says the EFF wants everyone to vote for the party.
Most of us are concerned about crime in the Western Cape.Bernard Joseph, EFF MPL
ANC national government and the DA provincial government are not dealing effectively with crime.Bernard Joseph, EFF MPL
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