The Economic Freedom Fighters celebrated its fourth birthday at Curries Fountain Stadium in Durban on Saturday.
Speaking to thousands of supporters dressed in red berets and T-shirts, Malema touched on controversial subjects such as racism, white monopoly capital and land ownership.
“We are prosecuting people on our own because the NPA head Shaun Abrahams is failing. We will subject these people to a public hearing and let the public judge them because there is no prosecuting authority in South Africa.”
He said although the EFF had opened criminal cases relating to Nkandla and against the Guptas, nothing was done.
However, he promised one day a government would come to power to make sure justice was served.
“If Jacob Zuma is no longer there, we will look for his son Edward. For the sins of your father, you will be prosecuted. Maybe the nephew Khulubuse will no longer be there because cholesterol is going to kill him,” said Malema.
He said the economy was still dominated and controlled by white people. “Former president Thabo Mbeki and former finance minister Trevor Manuel were wrong when they said there was no white monopoly in South Africa.”
He said although Zuma spoke about white monopoly capital, he wanted to replace it with a Gupta monopoly.
“Our defeat of white monopoly capital must not be replaced by black monopoly capital. It must be replaced by socialism and the sharing of wealth.”
Malema claimed Indians in Durban were racist towards black people.
“People tell me about the ill treatment they get from Indian shop owners. We want them to respect black people and stop treating them as sub-humans,” he said.
He claimed Indians who owned businesses paid black people with food parcels. Malema also said all private schools with white people in them were racist and should be closed down through mass action.
Source: Daily Sun