Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says former African National Congress presidents Kgalema Motlanthe and Thabo Mbeki should not share a stage with “apartheid criminal” FW de Klerk.
Malema was speaking on Friday after the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court postponed his “land grabs” case to October 13.
“I saw today that Mbeki and Motlanthe are meeting with De Klerk saying they are finding solutions to SA,” the party quoted Malema on Twitter during his speech outside the court.
“That’s a problem because… by recognising De Klerk, Mbeki and Motlanthe make a mistake that will lead to white racists thinking they still have a place in SA.
“The inability of ANC to punish apartheid criminals like De Klerk is why white racists are still proud amongst us.”
He said De Klerk can never find solutions to democratic SA because he presided over the mass murder of black people during apartheid.