EDITORIAL | Women, if you think the EFF is on your side, think ...


EDITORIAL | Women, if you think the EFF is on your side, think again

The EFF’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says touching a woman is not harassment unless it’s violent, invasive or harmful


The EFF’s handling of the Clicks/Unilever/TRESemmé hair saga this week says more about the political party’s attitude towards women than anything else — and its MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is leading the pack of misogynists.

The SA National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) called on him to apologise to eNCA journalist Nobesuthu Hejana — and all the women of SA — after Ndlozi defended EFF supporters pushing, shoving and trying to intimidate her while she was doing a live broadcast outside a Clicks store in Goodwood mall in Cape Town on Tuesday.

Ndlozi tweeted that “merely touching her is not harassment. The touch has to be violent, invasive or harmful to become harassment.”..

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