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MALEMA: BLACK PEOPLE FEEL INFERIOR BECAUSE THEY DON’T OWN LAND

ILE: Julius Malema at his talk to the Stellenbosch University’s Political Science Association. He spoke to a packed auditorium, and took the time to pose with students for a few pictures afterwards. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN

13 March 2015


ILE: Julius Malema at his talk to the Stellenbosch University’s Political Science Association. He spoke to a packed auditorium, and took the time to pose with students for a few pictures afterwards. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN

ILE: Julius Malema at his talk to the Stellenbosch University’s Political Science Association. He spoke to a packed auditorium, and took the time to pose with students for a few pictures afterwards. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN

By Rahima Essop

CAPE TOWN – Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema on Wednesday said black people in South Africa feel inferior because they don’t own property.

Speaking to students at Stellenbosch University, Malema said there was an expectation that once the country had a black president, black people were going to “live like whites” and have the same things they had.

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