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EFF Manifesto Launch Draws Massive Crowds in Durban



Eff Manifesto Launch Draws Massive Crowds In Durban

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) manifesto launch is set to take place without any disruptions as thousands of party supporters gather at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. The event, led by EFF’s charismatic leader Julius Malema, is expected to outline the party’s vision for the country should they come into power.

The eThekwini Metropolitan Police Department has assured the public of stringent crowd management measures in place for the large turnout expected at the stadium. With thousands of supporters donning their red berets, Malema is anticipated to deliver a plan for the next five years, highlighting key priorities and objectives.

As political parties vie for voter support ahead of the upcoming general elections, the EFF’s manifesto launch is a pivotal moment for the party to solidify its stance and engage with its base. Malema has been actively engaging with supporters in KwaZulu-Natal, emphasizing the party’s commitment to addressing socio-economic challenges.

The stadium, with a capacity of 65,000, is nearly full to the brim as attendees eagerly await Malema’s address. Various EFF leaders and members, including Marshall Dlamini, Carl Niehaus, Ntombovuyo Mete, and Omphile Maotwe, are present at the event to show their unwavering support.

Notable performers like Ringo Madlingozi are entertaining the crowd, adding to the festive atmosphere at the manifesto launch. Supporters have been provided with essentials like water and sanitary pads, showcasing the party’s attention to the needs of its attendees.

Rachel Adams

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