‘EFF labour desk chases publicity’

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The party has been accused of ignoring labour issues, including those faced by its members, that do not have a high public profile. Picture: Tebogo Letsie
The party has been accused of ignoring labour issues, including those faced by its members, that do not have a high public profile. Picture: Tebogo Letsie

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Some EFF members have accused the newly formed labour desk of favouritism and chasing publicity when solving its members’ unemployment and labour cases.

According to members, the party does not fight hard enough when dealing with cases that result in no publicity for the party.

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