Akusibo Abelungu Kuphela Ababulawayo Kuleli – Malema
Written by Mfundo on 17 February, 2022
By: Sthulile Mdletshe
EFF leader Julius Malema has told the Equality Court that farm killings shouldn’t be isolated to white people only since black people are also victims of farm murders.
Malema has been testifying in Johannesburg since yesterday, following AfriForum’s legal action against him and EFF member of Parliament Mbuyiseni Ndlozi for singing the song, ‘Kill the Boer’.
He spent the day giving his testimony, in what many have are now referring to as ‘schooling’ the complainant’s legal team on struggle songs and how they represented a particular course against an oppressive system.
The EFF CIC says struggle songs are sung at political gatherings to agitate, but also to communicate difficulties faced by those who are gathered, adding that such songs are never to incite violence against farmers.
Melema also highlighted that South Africa is facing a crisis of violent crimes, and that AfriForum should be ashamed for even comparing the killing of farmers to the daily violent crimes occurring in townships