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We must fight white supremacy - Julius Malema

2015-04-24 15:54

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Durban - Thousands are expected to turn out for an EFF Freedom Day rally at Inanda near Durban on Monday.

A large police contingent is also on high alert as party supporters start to trickle into the John L Dube Stadium.

People clad in vivid red regalia have already begun streaming into the stadium, and a crowd of about 2 000 supporters are expected.

Ranks of Public Order Policing Unit members, bolstered by a water cannon, will watch over the gathering, which is the culmination in a series of public appearances by EFF leader Julius Malema in KwaZulu-Natal over the weekend.

Malema and a high-level delegation have been visiting the transit camps which house foreign nationals displaced by xenophobic violence.

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