“If an organization may be shut down for its transgressions, why will we not begin first with political events?” asks Ngwenya
Gwen Ngwenya, who’s DA’s head of coverage, has responded to EFF chief – Julius Malema after he made feedback in regards to the Clicks protests.
Within the midst of ongoing Clicks protests this week, Malema made an announcement saying white racists who really feel uncomfortable with the celebration’s motion ought to go away South Africa for Australia.
“Depart Clicks and white racism to the EFF, we are going to cope with it. We are going to cope with white racists. No white racist man ought to really feel comfy in SA,” stated Malema.
“We’ve got to make the lives of white racists so uncomfortable that they’re on the subsequent flight to Australia.”
Ngwenya reacted to Malema’s assertion saying so long as firms are shut down for his or her transgressions, then political celebration leaders who’re into corruption also needs to be punished.
She additional stated a political celebration may be closed down and deregistered with the Electoral Fee of SA provided that the political chief(s) is concerned in corruption.
Can we make a legislation that claims this: if a political celebration’s chief/leaders are concerned in corruption the political celebration shall be shut down ie deregistered with the IEC.
If an organization may be shut down for its transgressions why will we not begin first with political events? https://t.co/ehRtm0V6aK
— Gwen Ngwenya (@GwenNgwenya) September 7, 2020