He added that “under the EFF, there will never be a shack”.
Black people, under the EFF leadership, would achieve their dreams and realise what was envisioned in the Freedom Charter, which includes houses, security and comfort.
“There is no freedom without shelter, comfort and security. Women have not seen freedom as there is no freedom without security. There must be a place for security and leisure. The Freedom Charter says there must be leisure — relaxing. How must we relax when there is no money?”
He said there must be no separate divisions in Johannesburg, saying what is regarded as the ghetto and wealthy suburbs should be one and equal.
Ahead of the 2024 elections, the party wished to achieve a million card-carrying members, with 250,000 in Johannesburg.
This, Malema said, was so the EFF could lead the country's economic hub.
“Our interpretation of the Freedom Charter is radical. In the minds of the EFF, freedom means nationalisation of banks and nationalisation of mines.
“Very soon, we are coming for agricultural land, mining land and fishing land — because even fishing belongs to us,” he added.