Economic Freedom Fighters ( EFF ) leader Julius Malema on Wednesday has visited restaurants in Midrand, north of Johannesburg, to check employment ratios, as calls continue to employ more South Africans.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, Julius Malema speaks to SABC News.Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema on Wednesday has visited restaurants in Midrand, north of Johannesburg, to check employment ratios, as calls continue toemploy more South Africans
.Malema has vowed to continue pushing for all restaurants in South Africa to employ more South Africans than foreign nationals. He was at Kream Restaurant at the Mall of Africa in Johannesburg.The EFF leader has for several times raised concerns about the continuing tendency of restaurant owners, where they only hire foreign nationals all in the name of exploiting them, with minimal salary.
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Julius Malema & Eff boys go to the borders of South Africa, stop these non South Africans from illegally entering South Africa. Also, why not ask the lazy Entitled S A youth to stop being lazy, educate themselves and then be willing to start internships? Arrogance of the party. CYMI, EFF, we, the patriots shall claim our country back, one revolutionary act at a time✊🏾
Why you always give ANC, EFF and DA coverage while you ignoring those other parties that have been helping push PutSouthAfricansFirst? Why Bloody fuckin menemene this one 🙄🙄🚮🚮
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'Hire locals'- Malema visiting restaurants to check how many workers are foreign nationalsThe EFF leader and party leadership will visit Kream restaurant in the Mall of Africa. Are they allowed to do that? Hope there are cops and security. Hire locals but please open the borders to all and sundry 🤷🏾♂️ If that's not hypocrisy then I don't know what is What legal authority does he have to insist on an audience? Why is he not told return with a court order?
WATCH: Mall of Africa's Kream restaurant refuses to meet Malema and his entourageA representative of Kream restaurant said they would not entertain EFF leader Julius Malema because he was not conducting 'official government business'. But you guys are always latem... Update yourselves before posting What did they say, few minutes later?😂 Did it turn violent in the end?
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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema on Wednesday has visited restaurants in Midrand, north of Johannesburg, to check employment ratios, as calls continue to employ more South Africans . Malema has vowed to continue pushing for all restaurants in South Africa to employ more South Africans than foreign nationals. Old Mutual was established in Cape Town in 1845 as South Africa’s first mutual life assurance society. He was at Kream Restaurant at the Mall of Africa in Johannesburg. 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 EFF leader has for several times raised concerns about the continuing tendency of restaurant owners, where they only hire foreign nationals all in the name of exploiting them, with minimal salary. “This measure will dramatically improve retirement outcomes while providing flexibility to deal with unforeseen events before retirement. “It must not even be reduced to numbers, there must be a sufficient presence on the shop floor.citizen.
And you will see these people will work together, they will co-exist and there will be no problems. “This reform could ensure that every employee who belongs to a fund will have enough money to see them comfortably through retirement. Those are the people we are protecting because they are being exploited. But when they hire only Africans, they are instigating our people against each other. We need the unity of Africa. The proposal is that access will be limited to once, or maybe twice per year and subject to a minimum of say R2,000, he said.” The party has called on businesses to make sure at least 60% of their staff are South Africans. Everywhere you do business, hire locals,” he said. Malema says he wasn’t shutting down any shops, and that this was not a xenophobic call, but that it would stop employers from exploiting foreign nationals, whose rights, he argues, were undermined when there were no South African workers in a company. Unlike the current rules, the Retirement Pot will not be accessible when changing jobs – you will have to leave that pot invested until retirement, as the name suggests.co.
@Julius_S_Malema entering Ponta restaurants at Mall Of Africa for a meeting with them. The CIC is conducting a visit to restaurants to check the employment ratio between South African citizens and foreign nationals. The proposal is to introduce auto-enrolment whereby all employers need to enrol all employees into a retirement fund, Davison said. ‘Don’t hate foreigners’ Malema told party supporters during the Siyabonga rally on January 8 they needed to challenge exploitive labour practices. .