ANC deputy chief whip Doris Dlakude urged all South Africans to ‘combat looming racial tensions’ which was being stirred by ‘reactionary forces’.
The EFF’s position is that De Klerk be subjected to a forensic inquiry on his role during apartheid, among others.
Former President FW de Klerk made an about-turn and unreservedly apologised for his “apartheid is no crime against humanity” statement, but his apology has been rejected by some as being “half-hearted” and about 30 years overdue.
The picket is expected to start at 1pm on Wednesday outside the FW De Klerk Foundation’s offices in Plattekloof, Cape Town.
Malema added parliament was not all about dressing up nicely – a reference to the glamorous procession of MPs and guests on the red carpet earlier.