It could work out well; it could work out badly. Let’s see.— Rob Rose, Financial Mail Editor
On Friday 17 June, the Financial Mail will run two magazine covers to promote their exclusive feature on Julius Malema and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).
This will be a first for Financial Mail.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Financial Mail Editor Rob Rose.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
The guy’s charisma is amazing!— Rob Rose, Financial Mail Editor
There’s not enough money to fund what the EFF wants to do.— Rob Rose, Financial Mail Editor
The big surprise is how many people he’s captured over the years.— Rob Rose, Financial Mail Editor
Julius Malema is a very astute politician that has been underestimated for years.— Rob Rose, Financial Mail Editor
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