EFF leader Julius Malema has given an exciting ballot for political party tolerance before the general elections held in May.
Menma's launch of the EFF elections manifesto in 2019 warned its own members against the use of violence as they went through the country to spread the word from their red red manifesto booklet, which was distributed in hard copy and distributed through social media and online.
"There must be no violence anywhere due to elections," said Malema undesirable.
"Blood will not make an EFF government, it's just a cross," he said.
Before that, he drew attention to the "commitments" that the EFF would see them in place, if the South African voting constituency gave his faith in the red berets.
Malema also used the opportunity to touch some of the current developments that are developing in the country.
He said that his party would pay special attention to the protection and independence of the Public Guardian, the Auditor General and all other pollution monitoring organizations to oversee independent government programs.
Malema commented on the new National Prosecutions Director, Shamila Batohi, who died his first day in his post on Friday, lacking trust in his ability to act independently and suggested that she was involved in Public Initiatives, the Minister, Pravin Gordhan.
"I do not think they're helping anything there, they were appointed to defend the Pravin Gordhan and cabal crimes that accompany Pravin Gordhan and Cyril Ramaphosa," suggested Malema.
He said that the EFF government would appoint an independent head of public prosecutions, warning himself that the party would take tough steps to deal with them if they had never found that they were stolen by taxpayers, including take their pension funds and throw them to prison.
"When you're a member of the EFF, you're embarrassed and make us look like thieves in the ANC," said Malema.
On the SABC and Eskom, Malema spoke that there was a need to strengthen both, suggesting that several methods should be taken into account when it came to assist the electricity provider to find a path, rejecting the idea of independent power producers
"When we take over, we will strengthen all kinds of energy generation, even nuclear. (Jacob) Zuma will not be an appropriate robbery, nuclear power that will not disrupt the South African economy, "said Malema.
"If it's expensive, we'll do a bit back until we find another option," he said.
Some of the major plans identified by the EFF will depend on it satisfaction from the country's minerals and sovereign wealth fund, which would see the party's government investing its money in a number of projects around the world to fund free education and housing.
Of course, Malema did not leave the media. The chief head of the EFF and his party has been in opposition to media members, with the party's leader even expressing a desire to announce some announcements no longer in his events.
Many journalists have been harassed on social media and even faced someone facing some of the EFF's inflammatory comments.
On Saturday, Malema said that journalists should not fall into areas of politics and, if they did, they needed to realize that they became politicians,
He said that the EFF government would not call for media regulation.
"Reporting whatever way you want, one you really say or lying, that's your business. Our people know their leaders," he said. Malema.
He called on journalists to give the best to "sing praises to politicians."
"Exclude politicians and return to journalism," said Malema.
Malema said that the red berets would have no problem with media reporting on her party but she would be calling for journalists who were lying.
"When you do not have the facts, do not write, do not write to write," he warned, saying that this often destroys lives.
"The freedom of the media under EFF will be guaranteed," he said.
The leader encouraged his supporters to wear red every Friday in preparing their victory in the surveys.