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Patriotic Alliance Challenges EFF Leader Julius Malema To A Drug Test

Unlike Malema, McKenzie has actively worked to bring about change on the ground and address these issues.

The Patriotic Alliance (PA) has responded to insults thrown at them by Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema by challenging him to a drug test.

Malema had addressed the Eldorado Park community, labelling the PA a “drug organization” and accusing PA leader Gayton McKenzie of being in politics for money.

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During his speech, Malema claimed that McKenzie was not a true politician and that his focus was solely on making money.

He accused the PA of being more interested in financial transactions and schemes rather than genuine political engagement.

Malema also criticised the PA’s lack of a clear manifesto, pointing out that their main slogan, “abahambe,” which means “they must go,” was not a substantive political platform. He questioned their commitment to politics and their ability to govern effectively.

Furthermore, Malema accused the PA of having a problem with “Nigerian drug lords” not because of the criminal activity itself, but because these drug lords were taking away the PA’s share of the drug business.

Malema argued that the PA’s concern was not about fighting crime but about reclaiming control over the drug trade. He emphasized the need to address the issue of drugs in South Africa rather than focusing on who is involved in the drug trade.

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In response to Malema’s remarks, the PA hit back and claimed that his visit to Eldorado Park was a sign of desperation on the part of the EFF.

The PA spokesperson, Steve Motale, accused Malema of resorting to insults and making empty promises, likening him to an “evil little gargoyle.”

Motale highlighted the PA’s strong support in Eldorado Park and expressed confidence that the community would continue to vote for the party in the upcoming election.

Motale also defended McKenzie’s record, stating that he has consistently spoken out against crime, drugs, and gangsterism.

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Unlike Malema, McKenzie has actively worked to bring about change on the ground and address these issues. Motale criticized Malema for accusing the PA of corruption without providing any evidence to support his claims. He challenged Malema to produce evidence if he had any.

The PA spokesperson also referenced a previous incident involving Malema and Kenny Kunene, where Kunene had referred to Malema as a cockroach.

Motale accused Malema of being unable to handle criticism and of seeking legal action when he felt threatened. He characterized Malema’s accusations against the PA as hypocritical and lacking substance.

Meanwhile, Kenny Kunene took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to challenge Malema to take a drug test.

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Parusha Naidoo for SurgeZirc SA
Parusha Naidoo for SurgeZirc SA
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