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I've made a terrible mistake and I am trying everything in my power to reverse Malema said.

20 March 2014, 10:51

South African’s political analysis said is the end of political career for Malema when he was expelled from ANC. none of them never seen a comeback after that, but now we know he will be the President of South Africa from 8 may 2014.03.20

All economists say if EFF (Malema) take over as a president investors will pull out. I am proud to tell all South African that there is a number of potential investors who want to invest in South Africa if Malema took over. So much educated South Africa; you did show how empty your mind is.

2011 November. Malema was interviewed by SAFM

"At times we got very angry to a point where we said things we shouldn't have said to an old veteran of the liberation movement," Malema said during an interview on SAfm."We apologise to him, but we do not apologise for disagreeing with him on policy direction and his leadership style."

Malema also apologised to South Africans for supporting Zuma ahead of the African National Congress's Polokwane elective conference in December 2007, when he unseated former president Thabo Mbeki.

"I've made a terrible mistake and I am trying everything in my power to reverse that. This crisis was made by some of us... we will do everything in our power to correct this terrible mistake we committed in Polokwane," he said.

"We once more sincerely apologise for having given you a president like president Zuma."

After Zuma was elected ANC president Malema vowed to "eliminate any force" which blocked Zuma's path to the presidency, vowing "to take up arms and kill for Zuma".

Malema is the one who put Zuma in power and he is the one responsible to clean his mistake and show all South African how to run the republic. VIVA JUJU VIVA. ASIJIKI.

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