'Hire locals'- Malema visiting restaurants to check how many workers are foreign nationals

2022/01/19 11:22:00

The EFF leader and party leadership will visit Kream restaurant in the Mall of Africa.

The EFF leader and party leadership will visit Kream restaurant in the Mall of Africa.

The EFF leader and party leadership will visit Kream restaurant in the Mall of Africa.

19 January 2022 - 10:15EFF leader Julius Malema will visit restaurants to determine employment ratios between South Africans and foreign nationals. File photo.Image:Gallo Images/Sharon SeretloEFF leader Julius Malema will on Wednesday visit restaurants to assess the employment ratio of locals and foreign nationals.

He said this was not a fight against foreign nationals, but to challenge business owners who refuse to hire locals so they can exploit foreigners. “Let the enemy not distort the message. We are not fighting against fellow Africans. Those are the people we are protecting because they are being exploited. This is not about the Zimbabweans, Mozambicans or people from Lesotho. It’s about locals. Everywhere you do business, hire locals,” he said.

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I don't think even Malema knows when he's talking! Spawn of satan. Apparently he is a regular visitor there Since when has this doos become an inspector? Where are his credentials & who gave him permission... Drama queens. Melema and party know they are not relevant any longer. What legal authority does he have to insist on an audience? Why is he not told return with a court order?

Hire locals but please open the borders to all and sundry 🤷🏾‍♂️ If that's not hypocrisy then I don't know what is Are they allowed to do that? Hope there are cops and security.

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File photo. Image: Gallo Images/Sharon Seretlo EFF leader Julius Malema will on Wednesday visit restaurants to assess the employment ratio of locals and foreign nationals. by. He said this was not a fight against foreign nationals, but to challenge business owners who refuse to hire locals so they can exploit foreigners. "The scenes we witnessed last week certainly have no place in any democratic chamber in South Africa.  “Let the enemy not distort the message. We are not fighting against fellow Africans.  FNB Stadium in Gauteng was briefly open for Bafana Bafana football matches last year, but sports arenas remain largely closed to fans.

Those are the people we are protecting because they are being exploited. ActionSA's John Moodey said council speaker Vasco da Gama had put plans in motion, using every legal avenue to ensure Tuesday's meeting continues uninterrupted and that chairpersons are elected. This is not about the Zimbabweans, Mozambicans or people from Lesotho. It’s about locals. Everywhere you do business, hire locals,” he said. "We're determined that an election will take place tomorrow," he said. Malema and the party leadership will visit Kream restaurant in the Mall of Africa. Last week, party leader Julius Malema told journalists if the picket does not yield the desired results, the party will protest at the offices of the SA Football Association and the Premier Soccer League.

The party said he will interact with the management of the restaurant to ensure both locals and foreign nationals are employed at a satisfactory rate. ‘Don’t hate foreigners’ Malema told party supporters during the Siyabonga rally on January 8 they needed to challenge exploitive labour practices. COPE councillor Colleen Makhubele was nominated for the position of chair of chairs alongside the EFF’s Nonhlanhla Radebe. He said this should not fuel xenophobic attacks.  “When you go to restaurants and foreigners are working there, do not hate foreigners. Hate the owner of the restaurant because those foreigners did not hire themselves,” said Malema. Makhubele, who joined Monday's presser, said it was clear the ANC and EFF did not have the numbers and chose chaos instead. “Afcon is playing, people are at the stadiums, what is different here in SA?” asked Malema.

He said the party ’ s leadership will engage business owners in the hospitality industry about the employment ratio. “We want the owner of the Hilton Hotel to tell us how many South Africans are working there. Every hospitality industry must be visited. "Not getting your way in terms of getting a secret ballot does not give you the right to infringe on other people's rights and harm women and elderly in council," she said. It ’ s the programme of the EFF. Do not fight our African brothers and sisters. “Why is the PSL silent when political parties are meeting in soccer stadiums, yet soccer clubs are not allowed to meet in stadiums? That is absolute nonsense, it’s not science.

You must tell them ‘the reason they hire you is because they want to violate your rights’,” said Malema. FF Plus leader Pieter Groenewald called on ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene in the Joburg council and tell the caucus to accept the rule of democracy. .