'As EFF grow bigger, the challenges will be commensurate with their size'
Political analyst Lesiba Teffo has questioned whether there is, in fact, a revolt within the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) or whether it has been deliberately engineered by part of its leadership.
City Press is reporting on the open defiance Julius Malema is facing within his party for the first time, not only is the student wing opposing his intention to shut it down but also his plan to establish a women’s structure.
Teffo says as the party grows bigger, challenges will be commensurate.
Is it true that there is a rebellion, is it a figment of our imagination or is it deliberately engineered by part of the leadership?Lesiba Teffo, Political analyst
What they shouldn't forget is as they grow bigger, the challenges will be commensurate with their size. Now there are opportunities, goodies to offer and people are now coming on board with that expectation.Lesiba Teffo, Political analyst
Now they are beginning to experience what other parties are experiencing when it comes to sharing their resources...Lesiba Teffo, Political analyst
Malema was a master at that when he was in his previous home, so that culture might be transposing itself into this new era.Lesiba Teffo, Political analyst
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