Thabo Mbeki believes ‘Kill the boer’ will have to now not be sung in post-apartheid South Africa


Former president Thabo Mbeki.

Former president Thabo Mbeki.

PHOTO: Fani Mahuntsi, Gallo Pictures

Former president Thabo Mbeki believes the debatable music, “Kill the boer”, has no political relevance in post-apartheid South Africa, and he has puzzled EFF chief Julius Malema’s persisted making a song of it. 

Mbeki used to be baffled when he heard the EFF chief making a song it ultimate month.

Mbeki stated: “The music used to be made preferred through Peter Mokaba. It used to be there within the motion, nevertheless it used to be now not a question of significant use, and you might rarely pay attention it. It used to be Peter who appreciated this factor. And realizing rather well Peter that there used to be no ANC coverage to kill boers or … used to be anti-whites, it’s good to perceive why Peter would say then that Kill the boer, kill the farmer… After I noticed Julius the opposite day pronouncing this factor, I used to be asking myself why it is vital as it has a historic context to it.”

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