Julius Malema : EFF has the interest of the every black child at heart

July 25, 2017
| Report Focus News

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has urged students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal to join his movement in its fight against corruption and to emancipate the black child.

Malema is in the province and is mobilising the youth in preparation for the party’s fourth anniversary on 29 July.

He says varsity management reneged on its agreement at the last minute to allow the EFF to gather on campus, describing them as delinquent.

“Our future is uMlazi, KwaMashu and the squatter camps.”

Malema says the EFF will continue growing because it has the interests of the black child at heart.

“Our future is the empowerment of African women who are oppressed by the system in South Africa.”

He says this does not mean the party hates white people.

“Why would you liberate people who don’t need liberation? It’s only black people who need liberation.”

Malema has urged students to lead by example and pass their studies to make way for others entering university.


Malema says anyone who still believes in President Jacob Zuma and the African National Congress (ANC) under his leadership must know that their future will be invested in Dubai.

Malema says President Zuma does not have the interests of black people at heart, describing him as a corrupt man who has stolen billions and invested it in Dubai.

“We’re turning KZN upside down. We’re going to have our fourth anniversary in the backyard of Zuma.”

Malema says the ANC has now been exposed for what it really is – a party that fronts for white interests.

“At the back of those people are white people.”

Malema has urged students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal not to pretend to be rich but rather accept their struggle and assist in the fight to free the black child.

“Some of you on this campus want to pretend that you’ve arrived. Going as far as creating an impression that you come from a white family only to find that you’re subsidised by NSFAS.”

The party will visit other campuses, rallying for students to attend their anniversary celebrations.