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The DA asks Minister Cele to publicly condemn  EFF for inciting violence

Although Clicks posted controversial advertisements that humiliate black women, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has no right to intimidate or threaten retail employees and customers.

Democratic Alliance (DA) shadow Minister of Police, Andrew Whitefield said the EFF had committed a crime by inciting violence against the Click normal business.

“While the DA welcomes the High Court decision granting an interim interdict in favour of Clicks against EFF, we are calling for Police Minister Bheki Cele to publicly condemned EFF violent behaviour,” said Whitefield.

Where are the police when the EFF’s anti-democratic and violent behaviour is wreaking havoc across the country? Whitefield asked.

“The police maintain law and order and protecting our citizens. Given the anti-democratic behavior of the EFF and the acts of violence that have wreaked havoc across the country, one cannot step aside.”

Yesterday, said Whitefield: “I filed a complaint against Julius Malema and EFF for malicious damage to property and intimidation, and I have submitted evidence of this crime to the police.”

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