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EFF supporters paint Atteridgeville red

2014-05-04 10:38

Pretoria - EFF supporters started arriving at the Lucas "Masterpieces" Moripe stadium in Atteridgeville, ahead of the party's Tshela Thupa rally on Sunday.

The streets around the stadium were full of people wearing red T-shirts as they sang and danced.

A small group was marching with a box that looked like a coffin on which was written "Rest in Hell," referring to other political parties.

Inside the stadium, those already in the stands were singing Julius Malema is coming and "Thupa e etla" (the whip is coming).

Stands were slowly filling up despite most buses being late.

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