EFF sets out to make history at Moses Mabhida
EFF leader, Julius Malema shared how the EFF set out to make history at Moses Mabhida Stadium where the party’s supporters gathered.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema believes they will make history today at the Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban when the party launches its manifesto ahead of the elections, which will be announced in the coming weeks.
The venue of the launch is quite significant Kwazulu Natal (KZN) is a key battleground for parties heading up to the elections The Moses Mabhida stadium will also host the African National Congress (ANC) and Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) manifestos launches on 24 February and 10 March respectively.
Malema was this week campaigning and mobilising support in the province the EFF painting the city red with tens and thousands of EFF members and supporters who are expected to travel from across KwaZulu Natal (KZN) and fill up Moses Mabhida Stadium.
‘THERE’S NO ONE WHO’S GOING TO STOP EFF,’ SAYS MALEMA
“There were mad people who said, ‘Malema will never come to Moses Mabhida, we can’t allow him to enter Moses Mabhida unless we are dead’, I don’t think they will be dead on Saturday. There is no one who is going to stop the EFF,” Malema said.
The eThekwini Municipality says it’s ready to host the launch, which is set to take place on Saturday at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Metro Police Spokesperson Colonel Boysie Zungu said everyone’s safety at the event was paramount.
EVENT WILL BE A SUCCESS SAYS ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY
The Head of the City’s Stadia and Facilities, Dr Vusi Mazibuko, was reported to have said that the stadium has been prepared and ready to host the manifesto. “We have hosted many functions and events and I am certain that the event will be successfully hosted,” Dr Mazibuko said.
Metro Police Spokesperson Colonel Boysie Zungu said everyone’s safety at the event was of paramount importance. “We want to ensure a safe environment is created during the event through effective traffic control and the enforcement of by-laws,” he said.
DURBAN ROAD CLOSURES: EFF LAUNCH
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