The EFF's Vuyani Pambo on politics, his religious upbringing and why he led #FeesMustFall

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He's as chilled as he looks, looking at a different side of Vuyani Pambo.
He's as chilled as he looks, looking at a different side of Vuyani Pambo.
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He is a typical Soweto boy raised by his grandparents, who were pastors in the Baptist church, and so spirituality is very close to his heart.

And just like the Bible says Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt – but it was Joshua who brought them into the promised land – the EFF’s spokesperson, Vuyani Pambo, believes it's the youth who are the future of South Africa.

“There is really nothing special about me. My story is not unique to that of many young South Africans. Most of my weekends as a child were spent in church.

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