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Sequestration was part of an agenda to silence Malema

11 February 2014, 10:31

Only in Msanzi, where people are protesting about water shortage, and then police come with water cannon and use water to displace the protesters. EFF will never sit back and relax while things go this way.

I was doing the follow up on the unresolved issue we were discussing about, the Labour Brokers. After engaging with few individuals who were victimized by these cruel institutions, Labour Brokers, I was well informed in detailed and it is not a laughing matter. People are being rented like machinery and under paid then wards. In most cases people who are working for the banks are the one who are victims of this cruelty system.

I spoke with one of the victim who informed me that he is rented by KELLY GROUP to Absa. He said, he is earning R8500 and his true salary is R17300. It simply means every month he makes R8800 for KELLY GROUP that is higher than his salary. We cannot allow such inhuman tendency to exist even though our democracy it’s a pretentious democracy. The question is how many people that KELLY GROUP is exploiting?

People are fed up and when they are fed up the country tend to be a burning hell. Poor leadership resulted to this unrest protesting. Mandela once said “never, never n never again shall this beautiful land shall experience oppression by one another” earlier before Malema was expelled from ANC said “under Zuma, democracy was replaced by dictatorship. Who many had been shot by SAPS while protesting?

The government will need as much as R179bn to settle outstanding land claims, but only a small fraction of this amount is available, the DA said   the rural development and land reform department had in the past been clear that it did not have sufficient funds to deal with the current outstanding land claims, let alone new ones.

Mileham said that since the initial land claims window period closed in 1998, government had only finalised and settled about 59 000 of 77 000 valid claims, at a cost of R25.2bn. Land redistribution would be the first order of business for EFF leader Julius Malema if he were to succeed President Jacob Zuma in the upcoming general election. Mandela forgave you who own land but still you don’t want to share to poor people. You better sell it now before 07 May 2014.

Julius Malema's provisional sequestration was part of an agenda to silence him. The SA Revenue Service continues to be used by those in the ruling party who fear to meet EFF and the commander-in-chief in particular on the ballot.

Keep on doing it thinking you are destroying him, but let me tell you EFF gained more members yesterday after the sequestration. I believe that he will be a good leader outside the

parliament as he will have a full view from outside. No retreat no surrender, forward we go.

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