Malema on the resumption of mass entertainment events

Julius Malema was addressing the “Siyabonga KwaZulu-Natal” party rally held in Durban to thank everyone who voted for the party in last year’s elections.

EFF leader Malema addressing the “Siyabonga KwaZulu-Natal” party rally held in Durban to thank everyone who voted for the party in last year’s elections. Picture: EFF.

DURBAN – Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to lift restrictions on public gatherings, accusing the president of using regulations to retain power.

Malema was addressing the “Siyabonga KwaZulu-Natal” party rally held in Durban to thank everyone who voted for the party in last year’s elections.

At the same time, the African National Congress (ANC) celebrated its birthday on January 8 in Polokwane, which 2,000 people were allowed to attend.

Malema said if such numbers could come together for a political event, the entertainment industry could survive as well.

“Ramaphosa must open stadiums. We want our people to be entertained again. We are asking for the stadiums to be opened because entertainment can create a lot of jobs because of this absurd government, ”he told the crowd.

He said that events like the Made Durban Rocks should be allowed to resume so that those who work in the entertainment industry can work.



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Jennifer R. Strohm