The EFF sent a sister to the businessman Johan Rupert, offering a meeting that would "benefit", party leader Julius Malem said at his final dinner on Friday night.
"The EFF spokesman said," Would you please tell Rupert that at least one South African party must be a party they do not control, "said Malem, seeing a black tie and a tux placed in a party video.
"And let this party become an EFF. Because the probability is that Rupert has got all but the EFF," said Malema, asking more frequently about the source of party funding.
"We run the risk that all South African parties belong to Rupert, who has money from everything that moves in that country."
At dinner on Saturday night in Soshanguve, Malem said that South Africa's problem was not only corruption but also incompetence.
"There are a lot of people who don't hurt anything, they're just incompetent," he said.
"There are days when gogo goes to look for her grant and she doesn't find it. Someone decides they have more important things."
For companies that ignore bill payment, a waiting doctor who is two hours away from the hospital if there is an emergency – incompetence damages people, he added.
"If we continue this culture, we are no different from the type of administration we are trying to replace."
Malem said that people should not only accept incompetence, and without pushing any punches, he called on the black people to be professional and to ensure quality, otherwise the rest would be punished.
He said black people are incompetent, the story is "we tried black here and then it couldn't work".
"You have to give in. As colleagues you have to start talking to each other. Everything that is affected by black must be right and professional to prove that people are wrong because their gospel is not capable of us.
"So how do you treat others, especially with your black race, that's because you see yourself.
"We are the victims of your own hate," said Malema.
Malem also emphasized the idea of offering police officers incentives if their work were to convince them, so criminals would not frustrate them when they were demotivated and had financial difficulties.
"If the investigation officer looks so beautifully that the bastard is sent to prison for many years, there must be a bonus."
He was also terrible about the code words Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi said they were used by some public prosecutors (NPA) officials – "Snake" Nomcobo Jiba and "Snails" Lawrence Mrwebi.
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"You allow literally fat white men to call a beautiful African woman with a brain because you have passed your soul to white racists.
"We should bring together and release our sisters and brothers NPA."
He also proposed criminalization of school bunkering to keep the children in school and urged parents not to send their children to school with a pit toilet.
"Sending a baby to the toilet of the pit, you send them to die.
The party will also discuss its LGBTQI policy when it meets on Saturday.
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