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Malema, EFF Visits Businesses Over Employment Of Foreign Nationals Ahead Of SAns

Malema, EFF Visits Businesses Over Employment Of Foreign Nationals Ahead Of SAns

The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema has visited restaurants in South Africa to assess the employment ratio of South Africans against that of foreign nationals.

This comes as local nationals are complaining that businesses are employing foreign nationals leaving them to languish in poverty.

Analysts view the move as a departure from Malema’s African brotherhood philosophy which considered “fellow Africans” as equal to South African nationals.

The change in Malema’s approach to immigration issues and South African Immigration Politics follow the victory of Herman Mashaba, president of ActionSA, in some local government authorities. Pindula News presents EFF’s statement on Malema’s tour:

CIC JULIUS MALEMA WILL TODAY VISIT RESTAURANTS TO CHECK EMPLOYMENT RATIO OF SOUTH AFRICANS AND FOREIGN NATIONALS

Wednesday, 19 January 2022

CIC Julius Malema will conduct a visit to restaurants to check the employment ratio between South African citizens and foreign nationals.
The visit will consist of an interaction between CIC Julius Malema and the management of these restaurants, to check their labour policies, staff compliment and ensure that our fellow Africans are not exploited and locals are employed to a satisfactory level.

The visit will be conducted under the following details:

Venue: Kreme Restaurant. Mall of Africa. Midrand

Time: 10:00 Date: Wednesday, 19 January 2022 (TODAY)

More: Pindula News


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7 Comments

Vybz Kartel 3 months ago

Kana Ivo anhu ejoni kana vachiramba vakagarira matako nekumwa doro kutamba mapiano mabasa haregere kutorwa nevamwe vekunze vanomada


Kakistocracy 🤣 Muchakaka 3 months ago

I once said it and will keep saying it. SA is no longer a safe place for foreigners (Zimbabweans because when the majority of South Africans talk of foreigners they mean Zimbabweans, Malawians and Mozambicans in particular).
It's a matter of time until the heat becomes so intense that many will wish they had made exit plans to move to other greener pastures or at least back kuno kwaSadza. Almost everything in SA may soon become too host for Zimbabweans.


MuGrade 2 3 months ago

He meant too hostile

Kakistocracy 🤣 Muchakaka 3 months ago

... too hot not too host

Bright 3 months ago

Malema akuda kukura musoro APA ndiye aimboti musadaro ma foreigners


Dhiniwe 3 months ago

Zvakangooma hazvo


Chikandamina 3 months ago

Wekwedu vachaomerwa,kwakupisa.



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