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Mngxitama was right

By Sandisele Zitha

Our memories can fail us sometimes. Sometimes hatred can cloud our judgement.

On 6 August 2016, shortly after the Local Governement Elections (LGE), BLF National Convener, Andile Mngxitama, wrote an open letter to EFF leader, Julius Malema, pleading with him not to vote or go into coalition with the DA.
At the time, Mngxitama said “Going into coalition (voting) with DA will only strengthen the hand of those who benefited from stealing our land”.

In August 2017, a KZN provincial leader, Phakamani Sibakhulu, took to Facebook to beg EFF members to apologise to Mngxitama for the way the party treated him and for expelling him. He made it clear that, “in abscence of leaders like Mngxitama, there is a serious lack of visionary and decisive leadership within EFF”.

In November 2017, some of us are not surprised to witness Malema finally admitting that EFF leadership made a mistake voting with the DA and putting Herman Mashaba at the helm of JHB Metropolitan Municipality. Julius said “Mashaba has a white supervisor”. We forgive Julius “Mpazamo” Malema – even his own members said he lacks vision.

While many say Andile loves curry, what can be worse between curry and taking instruction from London and Johann Rupert? If you don’t know the answer, come to Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek, we will show you how many black slaves Rupert is keeping in these areas. We will show you the conditions in which those slaves live.

Mngxitama is Rupert’s number one enemy, whereas he eats at the same table with Malema. Malema is allowed to go to Rupert’s farms anytime he feels while the Ruperts have taken out a number of Court Interdicts preventing Mngxitama from setting his foot anywhere 500 meters from ALL his farms.

Malema sold the soul of the EFF to white supremacists. The future will vindicate Andile Mngxitama.

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