More than 300 Clocolan residents in the Eastern Free State were today formally introduced to the Economic Freedom Fighters.
According to EFF’s coordinator Sam Matiase, they have registered close to 70 black and white residents. Matiase says they explained to the masses what the EFF believed in.
“We mentioned the founding manifesto of the Economic Freedom Fighters, the new mandate and their vision as the new liberation movement for economic emancipation. We have also emphasised the centralism of restoring the dignity of African people from all social economic bondage. I am very humbled by the turn up and never thought it could be as good and as big as it is."
Meanwhile, the EFF marched to the provincial Public Protector’s office on Monday insisting that the office release reports of the taxi rank and Premier Ace Magashule’s controversial Operation Hlasela initiative.