Mahikeng - Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema arrived at the Montshioa stadium near Mahikeng, North West on Saturday where his party was launching its provincial election manifesto.
The crowd rose as he arrived with some whistling and others chanting “Juju Juju”.
Malema greeted his supporters before he took his seat.
The EFF has said it would transform the state into a people-driven state and to make government accessible to all.
The party also promised to increase social grants and welfare to alleviate extreme levels of poverty.
Under the EFF, the government would implement a minimum wage of R4500 for all full time workers. Mineworkers would earn R12 500, farmworkers R5 000, domestic workers R4 500 and private security guards would be paid R7 500.
The party, in its manifesto, has also ensured there will be free quality education for the poor from early childhood development if it governs the country. - Sapa