At the recent Buffalo City Regional General Assembly (RGA) in King Williams Town, Eastern Cape, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Secretary General, Dlamini Marshall, delivered a powerful speech. He made it clear that the EFF remains steadfast in its commitment to the underprivileged and the transformation of South Africa.
Marshall began his speech with a striking metaphor, saying, We see things from a giraffe’s perspective; we look beyond the short-sightedness that affects our country’s leadership. We envision the potential and promise of a truly liberated and fair South Africa.
During his address, Marshall highlighted the deeply rooted systemic inequalities that persist in the nation. He emphasized the EFF’s unrelenting battle against corruption, poverty, and the marginalization of the majority. He stressed the importance of urgently addressing the socio-economic disparities that have plagued the Eastern Cape region and called for a united effort in their ongoing quest for economic justice.
Marshall concluded his speech with a powerful call to action, proclaiming, Union Buildings is calling the EFF! It’s calling for our unwavering commitment to justice, our resilience in the face of adversity, and our determination to bring about real, transformative change for the people of South Africa.
The RGA ended with enthusiastic applause, illustrating the shared determination of the attendees to continue the fight for a fairer and more equitable society. As the delegates departed, Marshall’s words remained in their hearts, serving as a poignant reminder of the EFF’s unwavering dedication to the principles of economic freedom and social justice.