In a joint statement issued following a meeting between the two, they said they had agreed: “It should be clear to clicks that the court has not declared the protest illegal and, therefore, the legitimate and peaceful protest will continue until Friday. All MEMBERS and ground forces of the EFF must redouble their efforts to ensure that Clicks does not work, and this must be done by peaceful means. Racists can no longer hide from responsibility in this country, and we will face their arrogance. “Unilever is committed to ensuring that, as a result of its internal investigations, the necessary disciplinary measures will be taken against those who remain in the company in accordance with its policy. At the end of the internal process, Unilever will put the ERF and the country in confidence,” he said. The two sides agreed on the disclosure of the names of image managers, with the statement saying: “We have agreed to continue discussions on the transformation within Unilever in terms of public procurement, empowerment, equity and location,” he said. Following these trials, Unilever agreed to make public the result and the identities of those responsible for the incident. “In addition, the campaign manager has since left the company and the country. Unilever is committed to ensuring that, as a result of its internal investigations, the necessary disciplinary action will be taken against those who remain in the company in accordance with its policy,” the FER said in a statement. -The two groups issued a joint statement out of the agreement reached after a week of protests by The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and the British consumer goods company Unilever, and agreed on the images used in an online Clicks advertisement denigrating the hair of black women. “We have confirmed that all TRESemmé products have been removed from our shelves. The decision was taken on Tuesday and implemented in our stores at the national level,” he said. The Economic Freedom Fighters announced the results of talks with Unilever on Thursday with a joint statement on the company`s controversial denunciation. JOHANNESBURG – South Africans reacted with mixed sentiments to Unilever`s measure to account for their racist denunciation following a meeting with the Freedom Fighters Economic (EFF).
The FEP and Unilever agreed on the images of the inseparable. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) met Thursday morning with the management of the multinational Unilever about the racist campaign on hair, conducted by one of their derivatives TRESemmé South Africa. After the merchant Clicks posted the hair campaign on social media, there was a riot, to say the least. The images described the white-sense hairs as “normal” and the black hairs of women “dry, damaged and blunt.” After a week of protests and the closure of click shops across the province, the party and Unilever had a joint meeting to resolve the issue.