#EFFManifesto: What the EFF is promising voters


- news24.com | 3 months ago

The EFF in aiming to produce an alternative reality for South Africans has vowed to introduce free decolonised education for all.And its plans for government are all laid out in a 168-page document dubbed "Peoples' (sic) manifesto and action plan".

In its manifesto, which it launched in Soshanguve on Saturday afternoon, it claims this will allow for topics relating to indigenous knowledge, sovereignty and economic freedom to be advanced.#EFFManifesto and it’s done. Malema says they are armed and ready to fight with this document @TeamNews24 pic.twitter.com/YE7wp92kVN— Matshidiso Madia (@tshidi_lee) February 2, 2019 READ: OVERVIEW: Malema promises free education, jobs and free media at #EFFManifestoLaunchShould it win the hearts and minds of South Africans in either the national or provincial polls come May, its leader Julius Malema told the thousands gathered in the crowd government would require each university in the country to offer degrees and courses in coding, computer hardware development, artificial intelligence, robotics, the internet and biotechnology by 2022.In their manifesto the red berets raise concern over “insufficient learning spaces,” which includes actual classrooms and accommodation for students at institutions of higher learning.

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