CIC, Julius Malema visited the United Kingdom (UK)
BY: JCT REPORTER
25 November 2015
The Economic Freedom Fighters Commander-in-Chief Julius Malema visited the United Kingdom on the 24th of November until the 29th November 2015. The CIC will lead an EFF delegation on invitation of different constituencies who have taken interest in the EFF to hear about its policies, programs and ideas in closed and open sessions.
Constituencies include academics, business people, activists and progressive formations. The following is therefore the schedule of public talks that Commander-In-Chief; Julius Malema will be giving during his time in the UK:
On Wednesday Malema kick-off his England tour by travelling to the “dreaming spires” of Oxford where he will address the Oxford Union at the world famous university at 20h00, night. He will speak in the Debating Chamber on a subject “loosely agreed” beforehand, a spokeswoman for the Union said. The chamber can take up to 450 people and after the speech there will be a question and answer session.
Malema was supposed to have spoken at the Union at the end of October but the event was postponed “due to important business in South Africa”, the Union said.
On the 26th, CIC will head to London to prepare for a lecture at the Royal Institute of International Affairs at its Chatham House headquarters in prestigious 10 St James’s Square, London. Commander-in-Chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters will address South Africa’s economic, political and social challenges and the role of opposition parties in the country at around 16h30.
On the 27th of November Julius Malema will meet the Pan African People’s Movement in Tottenham, North London at 19h00. On Saturday he is due to attend the African Enterprise Awards at the London Capital Club, 15 AbchurchLane. The event celebrates “the achievements of all African professionals and entrepreneurs including all African nationalities irrespective of their colour, culture, or religious persuasion”.
“The EFF Leadership meets with Investors in the open and the messages we speak about are consistent with what we say in South Africa”.
“Contrary to the notion that investors are afraid of the EFF, they actually appreciate the honesty and frankness of the EFF. #EFFUKTour!
***Today we are meeting Professor Ha-Joon Chang and then address the Oxford Union in the evening” Floyd Shivambu said on Facebook post.