Malema docks pay of 2 EFF leaders over report, threatens more cuts, suspensions

TheChamp

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Meanwhile at CCMA HQ

It's politics, not some formal employment, going the CCMA route might help them get their salaries back if the intention is to leave the party, otherwise they will need to find other ways of coping with the situation.
 

3WA

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Hell no hopefully they stay with EFF please. Don't need another racist party

Actually, the more the better:

In 2019 BLF got 20k votes

Irvin Jim's what what got 24k votes

Godi got 20k votes

Hlaudi got 5k votes

That is 69k morons who wasted their votes instead of getting another seat in parliament for the EFF or ANC.
 

Fulcrum29

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The eff is a poster child of ill discipline.

Where others see it as ill discipline, they practice and exercise it as militancy and their targeted youth (incl. the 35+ years-old youths) relate with militancy. Their organisation even promotes a command hierarchy.

They sure are more organised and 'disciplined' than the MKVA. We all know the EFF's discipline.
 

ponder

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Where others see it as ill discipline, they practice and exercise it as militancy and their targeted youth (incl. the 35+ years-old youths) relate with militancy. Their organisation even promotes a command hierarchy.

They sure are more organised and 'disciplined' than the MKVA. We all know the EFF's discipline.

Melanoma is a dictator in the making as far as I'm concerned. He has all the personality traits.
 

3WA

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Melanoma is a dictator in the making as far as I'm concerned. He has all the personality traits.

Agree with you, but that doesn't negate what Fulcrum is saying. EFF members are typically quite disciplined, just for the wrong cause. If Malema tells them the sky is pink, they'll accept it.
 
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