Agreement Between Clicks And Eff

The parties had agreed the previous Thursday. It was one of the results of a meeting between the FER and Unilever on Thursday, after a hair care announcement published last week on social media sites of clicks angered residents. The only point on which the parties failed to reach an agreement was the publication by Unilever of the names of all employees involved in the production of the images. However, the company will conduct internal disciplinary procedures to hold these employees to account. The parties held a meeting on Thursday morning in the face of outrage over the image and protest of EFF members, during which all click shops closed their doors on Wednesday. JOHANNESBURG – Tensions between the FER and Unilever could be over. Many social media users welcomed the outcome of today`s meeting between Unilever, retailer Clicks and FEP, with the hashtag #ThankYouEFF trending on Twitter. The Clicks Group and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) reached an agreement after a meeting between the retailer`s CEO and the party leadership. After a strong discussion between the FER and Unilever, the parties agreed on the following: the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and the British group unilever agreed on the images used in an online advertisement in cliques denigrating the hair of black women.

The EFF and Unilever have reached an agreement on the images used in an online click. At least six retailers – including Clicks and Dis-Chem – have already removed the products from their shelves. “Last week, the nation watched the leaders of the EFF and some of its quasi-revolutionary supporters go on a violent rampage in the name of justice,” she said. . In addition to some of the measures already taken by the retailer – Clicks will put sanitary pads – as well as masks and hand sanitizers in rural communities and informal settlements. Clicks have also agreed to provide pharmaceutical scholarships to five sub-African women from rural communities next year. The FER says it will work with police to reserve members who vandalized several click shops during party protests this week. “In addition, the campaign manager has since left the company and the country. Unilever has committed 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 guidelines,” the EFF said in a statement. .

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