EFF leader Julius Malema has described the Black Monday protest as ‘nonsense’. Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has called on party supporters to bring along anything they can to defend their land and country when another #BlackMondaymarch takes place. “We will show them who South Afric a belongs to”
Thousands of people from the farming community, dressed in black on Monday, gathered in several parts of the country to spread awareness about farm killings.
Malema Vows to take on the next #BLACKMONDAY march toe to toe and show the marchers who own South Africa
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While the group has vowed to protest again, Malema has announced that his party will organise a counter-march.
Malema has described the Black Monday protest as “nonsense”.
He says the EFF will organise a counter-march to meet the group when it decides to march again.
“Let them announce the day they’re coming back. Let us meet them toe to toe. Let us teach them who owns South Africa.”
He says the EFF refuses to be bullied by white people.
“We must not be pushed to the limit by these Afrikaners.”
Malema has accused white people of taking advantage of black people’s tolerance.