“We are going to be consistent in our calls for Pravin to resign. We are going to bring our numbers whenever he appears at this commission. We stand by our resolution that he must go,” EFF Gauteng secretary Moshe Koma said.
Party members, clad in their trademark red and armed with whistles and placards, braved the drizzle, chanting and singing ahead of Malema’s address. Placards saying “Gordhan to fall”, “Down with white monopoly capital” and “Forward with expropriation of land without compensation” dominated the sea of red.
EFF Ekurhuleni chairperson Mampuru Mampuru took the opportunity to garner support for the party, calling it “the only hope for black South Africans”.