The Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) in the Northern Cape has agreed with its leader Julius Malema that the party could have received more votes in the recent general elections had it campaigned more aggressively.
The party received 9,7% votes in the province which it says is lower than its target of between 15 and 20%.
Earlier in the week, Malema revealed his dissatisfaction with results from various provinces including the Northern Cape.
EFF provincial secretary, Shadrack Thlaole says, “We need to put more effort in areas where we did weak. If we can’t accept the truth that we could have gotten more that 15-20%in the Northern Cape, then it will mean we are very naive. We do have instances where the EFF was not putting more effort in their work. We should have done good and we have failed ourselves as the organisation.”
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