The Provincial Chairperson of the EFF, Bernard Joseph, again shows that the Economic Freedom Fighters, as caring movement, is on the spot again.
On 1 December 2016, the EFF showed the so-called’ bigger political formations’ that, for the EFF it is not about politics, but about placing human beings first through engaging with the children of Bethesda School for children with special needs and Rosemoor Primary School in George.
On 2 December 2016, Commissar Joseph highlighted Disability Day in Oudtshoorn, which is a day commemorated on the 3rd December.
The Provincial Chairperson mentioned that the prefix” dis” is already giving a negative connotation to a section of society that is being discriminated against on a daily basis. Linguists will really have to look into this matter urgently. He made a passionate call to the public and private sectors to be more empathetic towards the physically and mentally challenged persons and support and assist them without any reservations.