Julius Malema met with an enthusiastic response from a large crowd of Durban University of Technology (DUT) students on Tuesday when he took his KwaZulu-Natal electioneering campaign to the institution.
The commander-in-chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) told students that borders were “imposed on us by colonisers, by white people”, while speaking about the recent allegedly xenophobic outbreaks in the province. “Those Zimbabweans are exploited.
Many of you don’t want to do the types of jobs Zimbabweans are doing. Stop hating the people who are helping you,” he said.
“Decolonisation”, according to Malema, was an absence of borders. “When you are done beating up the foreigners, you will resort to tribalism and then we will be Rwanda.
Stop it now, if you don’t we will be left with no country.