Malema fires salvo on ANC performance


NATIONAL: (By John Foster)– In recent diatribe, former ANC Hero and Economic Freedom Fighter founder Julius Malema has fired salvo on the performance of ruling party ANC. (News Prepared and Released by

The ANC is broken all record of atrocities and corruption known to the apartheid government, he said. “South Africans did not end their lives for house that will not last for three months,” Malema talked about RDP houses.

Rejoicing his party registration with the Independent Eletoral Commission, he said that the small poor quality houses being built by ANC were worthless and had nothing to do with uplifting the lives of people.

He branded supplying water to residents as tricky and intricate. “Potable water could be taken out easily just by digging a hole and putting a pipe. But ANC schemes to take water to the people have been made impossible.” He said that unless ANC ruled, black people’s dream to have their own lands would remain a dream.

“Our crusade is to have land. Mandela had to face longest arrest for voicing for land.” He said people should side for a party that qualifies to deliver. “Do not vote for political parties who sing and jive. Vote for unshaken ideology and basic policies that deliver.”

South Africa firebrand Malema hoped to unveil his party in Marikana on October 13. Malema blamed the ANC of murdering Marikana mineworker. “It is only in South Africa where 34 people lost their lives and no one bother to step down.”

He was talking about 34 mineworkers who died on August 16 2012 during a strike at Lonmin mines in Marikana. “There is an uneasy spirit at that koppie. We are on the roll to tell the spirit that we have dedicated ourselves for brining the economic freedom.”

Malema sang the controversial kill the boer song, replacing kill with kiss at the end of his fiery speech.


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