EFF leader Julius Malema painted Mzansi’s provinces red this weekend.

Philippi Stadium in Cape Town was packed with EFF supporters on Saturday.

Malema told them to claim back Western Cape’s streets.

“Cape Town is the home of the EFF. All that’s needed is for us to take it back from the DA.”

EASTERN CAPE: Malema advised supporters to be sober the day before the election.
He was addressing supporters at the Walter Sisulu University Stadium on Saturday, where he promised to free jailed Thembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo.

He said people who killed miners in Marikana were all rewarded instead of being fired.

“They will be entering jail and our king will come out. Zuma will replace Dalindyebo. The real criminals are sitting in Inkandla and the Union Buildings.”

NORTH WEST: EFF supporters carried a cardboard coffin with an ANC T-shirt to symbolise the ANC’s death.
Malema promised that when the EFF took power, minerals processing and cleaning will be done by locals. He called for a rise in pay for domestic workers, security guards and teachers.

As Women Forward launched its manifesto in Rustenburg, North West, on Saturday, leader Nana Ngobese-Nxumalo said the time for lies was over and women should take over.
She invited men to join up.

“We won’t rape and abuse you but rule with love, care and power.”

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