Columns 19.6.2018 08:30 am

Why Malema loves dabbling in racist rhetoric

One day, when Indians and blacks are at each other’s throats in KwaZulu-Natal, Malema and the EFF will be nowhere to be seen.

When Floyd Shivambu had a go at Ismail Momoniat in parliament’s portfolio committee on finance for “undermining African leadership” it sounded a bit like the usual EFF rhetoric, their constant dips into the racial cesspool that is SA politics.

Why Malema loves dabbling in racist rhetoric
Why Malema loves dabbling in racist rhetoric

Why Malema loves dabbling in racist rhetoric

One day, when Indians and blacks are at each other’s throats in KwaZulu-Natal, Malema and the EFF will be nowhere to be seen.

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