Leader of the EFF, Julius Malema spoke at the Black Business Summit 2020.
In the speech, Malema spoke about the decline of state-owned companies and failed enterprises.
Malema said in the statement that under Zuma growth was better.
“The economy that’s not growing is white-owned, the economy that’s not producing jobs is white-owned. It is not owned by black people but there is no serious criticism of it because it is white-owned. Imagine if the economy was to enter into recession if it was owned by blacks, we will be reffered to as another failed African state.”
“You would rather die with your boots on. You cannot be these flexible people who are unprincipled, always seeking to be politically correct. Leaders who seek to be politically correct represent nothing. They are actually political amoebas,” Malema said