Julius just loves izinyoka-nyoka

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EFF leader Julius Malema speaks at a political gathering in Mahikeng, North West, yesterday as he continues to canvass for votes ahead of next month’s elections Photo: Tebogo Letsie/City Press
EFF leader Julius Malema speaks at a political gathering in Mahikeng, North West, yesterday as he continues to canvass for votes ahead of next month’s elections Photo: Tebogo Letsie/City Press

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EFF leader Julius Malema has expressed his fondness for izinyoka-nyoka (people who connect electricity illegally), whom he regards as leaders who should not be arrested.

Addressing a community meeting in Mahikeng, North West, yesterday, as part of his campaign to woo voters in the province, Malema said the izinyoka-nyoka should be emulated and have their work perfected by those in power.

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