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Breaking News: Clicks Witbank Petrol Bombed, While Julius Malema & EFF Members Protests Outside Their Malls (Pictures)

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The Clicks at Safeway’s Centre in Emalahleni (Witbank) was on Monday 7 September 2020 petrol-bombed.

According to the police revealed that there was minor damage recorded, with just a trolley catching fire.

Management of Safeway’s Clicks confirmed the incident. They said they were still conducting an investigation into the incident.

At the nearby Highveld Mall, a few EFF members have gathered in the parking lot. Inside the mall, the opening time has come and gone with the roller doors yet to be opened. Staff arrived at work in their plain clothes and were apparently advised to use a back entrance by security.

 

This comes as the EFF is leading a protest aimed at shutting stores run by the beauty and health retailer countrywide, after an advert deemed demeaning to black hair.

Party leader Julius Malema is outside Clicks at the Mall of the North, Polokwane.

“The only way to make capitalists apologise and feel genuine remorse is for them to lose money. #ClicksMustFall,” the party states.

Meanwhile, The EFF’s Cape Metro regional secretary, Unathi Ntame says if  Clicks management at stores across Cape Town refuses to engage with them, they will move on to stage 2. Ground forces are standing outside the malls while they wait to speak to store managers.

CIC  Julius S Malema is outside Clicks at the Mall of the North, Polokwane with the Provincial leadership, fighters and ground forces. The only way to make capitalists apologize and feel genuine remorse is for them to lose money. #ClicksMustFall

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