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Malema at EFF rally: 'I don't hate white people, I just love black people' - AS IT HAPPENED

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EFF leader Julius Malema at the rally  in New Brighton calling for Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Athol Trollip to be replaced. (Paul Herman, News24)
EFF leader Julius Malema at the rally in New Brighton calling for Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Athol Trollip to be replaced. (Paul Herman, News24)
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28 Mar 2018

Malema says they are not afraid of President Cyril Ramaphosa. They are not afraid of bringing elections forward. "The media told him he is popular. We are ready for him."

28 Mar 2018

Malema: The only time I will stop speaking about the land, and the dignity of the African child, is when I'm silenced forever. But even then, the idea lives on forever.

28 Mar 2018

Malema says the ANC can't take the land issue away from them. It is their baby. The ANC abandoned the issue. It now belongs to generations to come. "Our children cannot be security guards etc."

28 Mar 2018

We said to the ANC, give us Mcebisi Jonas ... someone who has a history of fighting corruption

28 Mar 2018

Malema now says the party did not promise their voters they would vote DA or ANC. "That is not why you voted for the EFF!" Crowd agrees.

28 Mar 2018

"Port Elizabeth," he continues. "Elizabeth has a port here, from London. This is still an apartheid city. We need new cities."

28 Mar 2018

"We will build new cities. This city is called PE. Then you tried to change it to Nelson Mandela Bay. They put the bay there to please white people." Crowd laughs.

28 Mar 2018

Crowd breaking out in song and dance at the rally. (Paul Herman, News24)
Crowd breaking out in song and dance at the rally. (Paul Herman, News24)<br />

28 Mar 2018

EFF leader Julius Malema at the rally  in New Brighton calling for Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Athol Trollip to be replaced. (Paul Herman, News24)
EFF leader Julius Malema at the rally&nbsp; in New Brighton calling for Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Athol Trollip to be replaced. (Paul Herman, News24)
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