Dali Mpofu, an advocate and member of the EFF, has ignited online discussion by posing several questions to white South Africans. During the party’s national shutdown, Mpofu raised important queries, such as whether white South Africans hate EFF leader Julius Malema more than they dislike load-shedding as reported by the Times Live.
In one of his tweets, Mpofu questioned the safety of the future for white South Africans if other people are hungry, desperate, and landless. He urged them to consider this issue seriously.
The EFF claimed that the national shutdown was a success, citing the massive turnout of activists who expressed frustration with the government’s incompetence and corruption.
According to the party, the citizens of South Africa are fed up with issues such as load-shedding, unemployment, gender-based violence, and crime.
The EFF argued that the shutdown impacted the country, as South Africa moved from stage 4 to stage 1 load-shedding over the past four days.
They also claimed that the economy came to a standstill due to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s lies.
Despite his claims that everything was under control, many businesses were closed, and workers refused to listen to his lies.
In conclusion, the EFF’s national shutdown successfully raised awareness about key issues affecting South Africa.
The party urged citizens to stay engaged and continue fighting for their rights.
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