Monday morning has come and EFF ‘fighters’ have stuck to their word, throughout South Africa many members have prevented stores being open and also started to damage some of the outlets.
NewsLiteSA previously reported on Julius Malema and other EFF party members declaring war on the Clicks store due to a ‘racially insensitive’ Ad campaign made by the company.
Clicks Witbank petrol bombed. pic.twitter.com/XF07POyMET— Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) September 7, 2020
Eff supporters gathered outside @Clicks_SA stores at Mall of the North Polokwane. CIC @Julius_S_Malema is expected to make an address against the racially offencive advertising representation of African hair. @etvNewsSA #EFFMustRise pic.twitter.com/gttWpsnyQ3— Thabo Tlomatsana (@nthokwa_news) September 7, 2020
Julius Malema has spoken this morning to let South Africa know that they are against racism and do not condone the company earning money at the expense of describing black people as ‘ugly’. Malema also said that other stores in the area did not need to close as the battle is with Clicks and not them, he then joked and said “for now at least”.
EFF Leader Julius Malema leads the Clicks national shutdown. Malema is in Polokwane at Mall Of The North, addressing EFF supporters. He says Clicks displayed arrogance by refusing to close down its stores. Tune into #Newzroom405 for more.— Newzroom Afrika (@Newzroom405) September 7, 2020
Watch: https://t.co/pddBCV2sVr pic.twitter.com/LrMuccbFxA