The EFF in Gauteng have taken responsibility for recent land invasions and have challenged President Cyril Ramaphosa to engage his law enforcement agencies. This follows land invasions in Tshwane and Johannesburg‚ which sparked widespread criticism from provincial government and metros. EFF officials told TimesLIVE that the party would continue occupying land. "The EFF has a permanent land occupation programme, which everyone should be fully conversant with. So we are continuing with land occupation in the business-as-usual manner we have been pursuing since the formation of the EFF in 2013‚" said Mandisa Mashego‚ EFF chairperson in Gauteng. "This land occupation programme speaks directly to our first EFF cardinal pillar and policy position. We revere and honour it as our pillar of strength and bedrock of all our other policy statements that‚ if pursued vigorously or fearlessly‚ economic freedom in our lifetime will become real. The programme of land occupation was adopted as an EFF...

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