Action Society

“Action Society applauds neighbourhood watch groups and community members that are lawfully organising themselves to support the South African Police Service (SAPS), while the EFF are intimidating the elderly in an apparent cheap publicity stunt,” said Ian Cameron of Action Society, following Huis Herfsblaar protests in Queenswood, Pretoria today.

Cameron continued that the EFF has no locus standi or mandate as a political party to legally represent workers or act as a union.

“Their so-called labour desk, is a sugar coated campaign to try and win votes in future.”

The recent looting and riots experienced in South Africa, is a threat to all communities and law-abiding citizens that are organising and mobilising themselves to fight crime, within the framework of the law, should pave the way forward for a safer South Africa.

“If communities want to organise and mobilise themselves within the framework of the law, which they are allowed to do,   they can reach out to Action Society at communitysafety@actionsociety.co.za for assistance,” concludes Cameron.

ISSUED BY: Action Society

DATE: 28 July 2021

FOR MEDIA ENQUIRIES:
DATE: 28 July 2021
FOR MEDIA ENQUIRIES:
Ian Cameron
Spokesperson: Action Society,
Cell: 073 388 0474 / ian@actionsociety.co.za
OR
Elanie van der Walt,
PR: Action Society,
Cell: 072 846 0453

Categories: Press Release

2 Comments

Hillary · 29th Jul 2021 at 3:15 pm

Julius Malema is a racist coward who should be lock up for his crimes. Why is he allowed to stir up hatred and strife at every turn? He should be banned from a seat in Parliament where he acts like a deranged clown and causes the world to watch a circus performance at every turn, causing the nation’s to laugh and scoff at Paarlement. He is a disgrace to the word ‘leader’ of anything.

Ronnie Herbst · 30th Jul 2021 at 9:39 am

Please take action against them all.

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