‘There is no Human Rights without ownership of land’
EFF leader Julius Malema says the party’s call for land ownership is not reverse racism but a call for dignity.
JOHANNESBURG - Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema says there is no Human Rights without the ownership of land.
Speaking at the EFF’s Human Rights commemoration day in Mpumalanga on Wednesday afternoon, Malema says the ownership of land would mean black people will no longer work as domestic workers.
Malema says the party’s call for land ownership is not reverse racism but a call for dignity.
“There’s no Human Rights in a shack, without justice or dignity. Our land in our dignity.”
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