Land Expropriation: Malema warns US to stay out of SA's domestic affairs

2018-08-23 14:29
Julius Malema, leader of the EFF (Gallo Images, file)

Julius Malema, leader of the EFF (Gallo Images, file)

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EFF commander-in-chief Julius Malema has issued a stern warning to the US to stay out of South Africa's domestic affairs.

"Furthermore, we want to send a strong message to the USA authorities, just like we did with the Australian authorities to stay out of South Africa's domestic affairs," he said during the party's press briefing in Johannesburg on Thursday.

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Malema also warned people to not play the "public opinion game" in relation to the land question, saying the land debate was an emotive issue for many South African in which people's dignity was at stake.

"Our people's hope cannot be subjected to a contest…," Malema added.

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He said they were more determined than ever in their call for expropriation of land without compensation after Trump's tweets.

"We must put it on record that Donald, pathological liar, Trump, we are not scared of you and your USA.

"There's no white genocide here, there is a black genocide in the US, they are killing black people...," he said.

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