EFF needs an apartheid history lesson
JULIUS Malema, Floyd Shivambu and the EFF need history lessons on apartheid and racism.
Limpopo and the North West province have small Indian populations compared to the rest of South Africa. The majority of us Indians actually live and work in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, and not in your world of Limpopo.
The “others” Malema and company encountered from 1994 are most probably Pakistani and Bangladeshi immigrants, whom the ANC allow in unchecked, with no economic benefit to us, believing that we Indians cannot cut hair, grill chicken, sell cellphones or used motor vehicles, or run spaza shops and supermarkets.
Indians arrived in Durban in 1860, 158 years ago, as indentured labourers in KZN. Many of us were evicted from former white areas to Indian townships. Please explain what benefits we received from apartheid that you were denied.
We are all South African by our birthright – and not Guptas.