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16 April 2018, 02:54 | Henrietta Morgan
Provincial secretary and acting chairperson Mr Mandla Ndlovu
Despite his fallout with the ANC, and particularly its former president Jacob Zuma, Malema and his fellow red berets have enjoyed the support of Madikizela-Mandela.
The send-off the country gave Winnie was as good as we have seen and something to be proud of as a nation.
Reports of a scuffle between Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema and members of the police's VIP protection unit at Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's funeral have emerged. The labour leader urged trade unionists especially female unionists in Africa to "learn from the leadership example of Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela", adding that as a stateswoman, "she was labour friendly, a working class stalwart who favoured minimum wage and decent work for the workers".
"Just as Mam' Winnie has united us in sorrow, let us honour her memory by uniting in common goal". What about those who killed the husbands of Marikana widows for selfish profits? "I know that Julius [Malema] will come with me so that we can heal the wounds of those in Marikana", said Ramaphosa.
Malema called for the Cape Town International Airport to be named after Madikizela Mandela.
Ramaphosa said Madikizela-Mandela spoke of many thoughts she had about how the revolutionary ideals and morality of her movement should be restored and not be undermined by corruption and self-enrichment. "The UDF cabal that distanced itself from you is here crying crocodile tears after disowning you at a critical moment hoping the regime will finish you off".
"What must I tell them?" Winnie's legacy became warped simply because certain people saw it right to neglect her and completely abandon the duty to protect her inspiring legacy.
"Praising her now shows us what hypocrites you are!"
As the event drew to a close, a sombre mood returned to the stadium. "Let us honour her memory by pledging here that we will not betray the trust of her people, we will not squander or steal their resources, and that we will serve them diligently and selflessly", Ramaphosa said.
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