Julius Malema, the Economic Freedom Fighters leader will lead the march to Sandton today.
It will begin from Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown, to Chamber of Mines to fight against the retrenchment of miners.
From thereon, they will proceed to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in protest against labour brokers and end up at Reserve Bank.
Said Malema:” Labour brokers take the little salary you make and keep you poorer. You’re basically working for free.
” This government works to please the white people. They don’t care about the black life,” Malema added.
The march will go north into Rissik Street, north into Joubert Street, then Victoria Street, Oxford Road, Rivonia Road and west into Maude Street, the JMPD said.
Meanwhile, the Progressive Youth in Business(PYB) in Gauteng has postponed its launch, that was due to take place in Sandton today.
The reason behind the postponement has to do with the thorny issue of ‘free education’ debate taking place at Parliament today with stakeholders, Ministers and students, whom some were scheduled to attend the launch.
New date and venue will be communicated, according to ANC.