Malema accuses ANC of condoning violence in KZN

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has accused the African National Congress (ANC) of condoning violence in KwaZulu-Natal.

Malema was addressing hundreds of party supporters at Edendale in Pietermaritzburg during the election campaign for the August local government elections.

He also accused the media of taking sides and being under the control of whites.

Malema says the ANC has failed to correct the wrongs in the country and that it protects white monopoly. He called on government to prioritise the disabled and poor in service delivery programmes.

Malema accused government of punishing the disabled and the poor by making them pay for basic services such as water and electricity.

He says there is a permanent exclusion of black people from the South African economy. Malema says millions of rands of taxpayer’s money goes into the pockets of selfish politicians.

On Saturday police fired rubber bullets at a group of ANC supporters attempting to disrupt the EFF campaign in KZN.

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