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Strong police presence at Luthuli House

2011-08-31 08:22

Johannesburg - Roads around the ANC's headquarters in Johannesburg were open on Wednesday morning, as ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema's disciplinary hearing was set to continue.

"Right now the situation is back to normal," said Johannesburg metro police spokesperson Wayne Minnaar.

"There's a possibility that it could change."

The ANC earlier said the hearings of Malema and his five co-accused would continue at Luthuli House, despite violent protests by his supporters there on Tuesday.

Strong police presence


Gauteng police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Lungelo Dlamini said there was a strong police presence in town.

"Our members are still there in town."

Roads would be closed again, "if there are some problems", said Dlamini.

A policeman was hospitalised on Tuesday and six journalists were hit by rocks, including a Carte Blanche cameraman, Dudley Saunders, who had a bleeding gash on his forehead, The Times newspaper reported on Wednesday.

Sapa photographer Werner Beukes, two eNews journalists Belinda Moses and Cathy Mohlahlana, The Star photographer Boxer Ngwenya and Citizen photographer Michel Bega were also hit by rocks thrown by Malema supporters.

The ANC initially said the hearing would be moved to a different venue, but spokesperson Jackson Mthembu on Wednesday morning said it would continue at Luthuli House.

"The hearing will be held at Luthuli House, however if the situation does not improve from Tuesday, it will be moved to an alternative venue," Mthembu said.

"The National Disciplinary Committee would make the final decision when or if to move venues."

Rioters thronged Johannesburg's city centre on Tuesday, hurling broken bricks at police and journalists, and burning pictures of President Jacob Zuma.

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Comments
  • Vullis - 2011-08-31 08:25

    Strong Police presence, why didn't they just move it to Sandton?

      Netherlander - 2011-08-31 08:38

      Sandton would have been MY PERSONAL CHOICE OF VENUE FOR THIS FARCE!!!! SANDOWN to be more precise!!!!!!!

      supporter - 2011-08-31 08:39

      yes, move it to mad malema's house. then his supporters can burn and stone his 16 million rand mansion. won't that be absolutely lovely!!!!

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 08:41

      thats a good idea, move it to Juju's house. It is befitting - his case, his house. They will most likely have a braai afterwards, choppies, boerewors, potato salad. I wonder, does Malema have a maid to clean up the dishes?

      sganja - 2011-08-31 08:43

      supporter No they can't stone Malema house they love him a lots I saw yesterday...

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 08:47

      If they held it at Malema's house, they could arrest people and lock them up in his personal dungeon...

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 08:48

      Strong police presence - why? I heard they didn't arrest or catch anyone yesterday and they managed to riot, assualt and vandalise. So what were the cops there for then if they couldn't prevent the assaults and damage, and didn't catch anyone?

      Pictureof - 2011-08-31 08:48

      Sganja , all I saw were a whole lot of drunken teenagers kissing his photo. They love him long time.

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 08:49

      they can take a dip and cool-off in the pool while they wait for the verdict.

      TBOOZE - 2011-08-31 08:51

      all i know is Malema will be suspended ,whether they like it or not , i wonder how Zuma feels when his posters are being burned because he did the same with Mbeki.KARMA SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Bloodbane_3 - 2011-08-31 08:54

      @Matt - I go banned again... can you believe it!!!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 08:54

      @ Pictureof - "Sganja , all I saw were a whole lot of drunken teenagers kissing his photo. They love him long time. " A bunch of guys kissing photos of another guy? Gee, was this a riot or a gay pride march? Hey if I respect a man for whatever good thing he may do (or in Juju's case, what he claims he'll do while swigging Johnnie Walker paid for by US), I still wouldn't kiss his photo...

      KingTshepo - 2011-08-31 08:55

      look at this bastad in his uniform i mean really??? does this guy think he is the chavez gurero... agh pleeez not even close... down with Malema suspend the thug.... Viva ANC VIVA

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 08:59

      lol@Matt. Tshepo, more and more you see the light. @News24 - man i love the picture of this article, nicely put together, so dramatic and it entails the entire story. By the way on Enews last night they showed the ANC allowing some laaitie to talk on the stage accusing the riots of being uneducated and they all failed matric, and they all failed wood work! Come now, only julius failed wood work - what was he trying, did he get paid?

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 09:00

      @ Bloodbane_3 - no way! There are far worse commentators on here and they're tolerated? And by contrast, a month ago I actually tried to remove my account on here and there's no option to, News24 mailed me to promise they'd do it, and they never did!!! Anyway, judging by the moderators' actions on here, racial slurs are fine, openly bitter hatred of religion is fine, but don't say any cuss words, even though some News24 articles use the F-word... oh, and various Malema jokes are liable to be deleted at a whim. Once I made an inoffensive joke, got almost 800 thumbs-up, and they deleted it... ai ai News24, some consistency please???

      boers*hit - 2011-08-31 09:01

      Hope u are just enjoying this while it last..anyway u can take zuma with u to the next elections..we do not want to see him

      Netherlander - 2011-08-31 09:06

      I believe KFC is handing out their LATEST LUNCHTIME BUCKET at LOOTFREELY HOUSE TODAY!!! It is called the "STRUGGLE BUCKET".... Consists of LEFT WINGS AND AR5HOLES!!!!!!!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 09:09

      @ Netherlander - no, KFC will launch the "Eternal BUCKET System" to represent what life under Malema will mean to his followers - it's a bucket, and the food inside is sh*te...

      Advocate - 2011-08-31 09:11

      Is it fair to expect taxpayers to foot the bill for security for an ANC internal matter? If the ANC needs protection against its own members, they should have hired a private security firm.

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 09:12

      @ Vullis - I also suspect they close comments for an article by individual too - one article I saw comments were closed, then half an hour later a new comment was added...

      Pictureof - 2011-08-31 09:13

      Matt and Netherlander - No , its the Malema promise bucket. Its really big .... but completely void.

      Jou Ma - 2011-08-31 09:17

      Rise of the Planet of the Apes

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 09:22

      @ Vullis - the moderator is at it again! On another article someone used the word "pray" and got a response calling all religious people mentally dysfunctional. Reported it 3x - comment just won't go away. News24 you HYPOCRITES... deleting comments for havng a mis-spelling of a naughty word, yet you allow people to use the K-word unpunished and allow people so make horid insults towards a whole group of people. SHAME ON YOU NEWS24

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 09:45

      @Matt - How dumb do they think we are, we could cost them their jobs. It's so unfair, but i don't think all of them are to blame. ost importantly, racist, sexist, offensive and abusive comments will not be tolerated. We reserve the right to maintain the quality of the discourse on the comments board as much as we can. As per our website’s terms and conditions, we require that: 11. Users are encouraged to report untrue, inaccurate, defamatory, illegal, infringing and/or harmful content available from the News24 web site to News24 and News24 undertakes to correct and/or remove such content or any part thereof if the person reporting such content provided reasonable grounds to prove the alleged nature of the content. 12.2 Users undertake not to post content to the News24 web site that may be illegal, defamatory, infringing, harassing, obscene, commercial advertising, personal marketing, profane, untrue, incorrect or harmful and News24 reserves the right to remove such content in terms of clause 11 above. As part of our new system, we undertake to review any comment reported to us within 12 hours. We do, however, reserve the right not to delete a comment reported as abusive if we feel it has not contravened our terms and conditions.

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 09:57

      @LiciousDee - it's because the moderator didn't get some!

      LG - 2011-08-31 10:09

      Evolution seems to have skipped the ANC, ANCYL and all there supports. Suck to be them, Apes are more evolved and civil.

      william.botha - 2011-08-31 10:30

      @Matt- you're a hothead dude, you got my comment pulled on another topic. You were wrong.

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 10:35

      @ LiciousDee - by contrast, on another article a chap said that praying is a mental dysfunction - apparently that's OK... btw, God doesn't care abotu skin colour and not once is skin colour mentioned in the Bible - every one of us is created in His image (Genesis 1:26,27), and that goes for whites, blacks and all of us. So rest assured that you are the way you were meant to be and in God's image, yet unique and special. Peace bro...

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 10:37

      "As part of our new system, we undertake to review any comment reported to us within 12 hours." Great, so if somebody reports an offensive comment, it can take up to 12 hours before it MAY be removed. Er, that still means that for up to 12 hours, people can get offended and after 12 hours of an article being here, most readers have been affected by the offence and are on their way home...

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 10:45

      @ William - no, just fed up with people calling prayer a mental illness. You're not the first to have said it on News24. Glad though that for once, News24 acted. Normally they just leave most of the comments... @ Vullis - "it's because the moderator didn't get some" - where's JoeJeremy when they need him

      william.botha - 2011-08-31 10:47

      Matt, your fkin stupid aren't you? I had no comment about prayer, you misread it with your obsessive mindset.

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 11:00

      @ William - I read it, re-read it, I even quoted it back to you. You replied to a commentator and stated not to pray, it's a mental dysfunction and then went on to mock the "head lemming". Such comments and wording are often used on this site when the topic is religion, with direct intent to offend; such comments and wording have even been used by prominent humanists over the past 80+ years... So if you didn't mean it in that way (I didn't see you explaining what you meant either as the comment was in dispute), just say sorry, forgiveness is at hand, and we can get back to complaining about Juju and the ghastly rioters?

      Ihavenocolour - 2011-08-31 12:28

      @ Matt People are intitled to not believe in God. Have you ever thought that brining God into these discusions might be ofensive to the people that dont believe in him and the Bilbe? It works both ways. Yes one should not insult your beliefs but at the same time they should not be brought into any conversation outside of the Church. You are both wrong and need to realise that religion is not a topic up for discution.

      william.botha - 2011-08-31 15:19

      Anyway Matt, apologies for swearing at you mate, I really did not comment in the context of ridiculing religion, you misread it. Partly my fault, I should have stated Malema, the head lemming.

  • Mlu - 2011-08-31 08:26

    It looks like the circus is set to continue today.

      sganja - 2011-08-31 08:33

      Yes Untill charges are droped but I condemn the violence.

      Spaffy - 2011-08-31 08:42

      Actually sganja has a point...

      Protest - 2011-08-31 08:48

      @sganja. Malema can defend himself during the hearing. The outcome of the hearing is not set in concrete. If he is found guilty, Malema must accept the consequences. If he is found not-guilty, then he can carry on, business as usual. Why must the charges be dropped? The ANCYL's behavior during this hearing is ample proof of the charges being valid. Irrespective of the hearing's outcome, the ANCYL committed political suicide with their riot in "support" of Malema. Any peaceful action would have been in their favour, instead they chose to cause incalculable damage to the South African economy. For people fighting for so called "economic freedom" their actions are counter revolutionary.

      Bloodbane_3 - 2011-08-31 08:53

      @sganja - they cant drop the chanrges, they can only remove him from the ANC then criminal charges can be laid against him.

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 08:56

      @ Sganja - you condemn it now, but yesterday you were telling us we should all go join in and said you were going as well?

      sganja - 2011-08-31 08:57

      Protest Do you read the news? Charges are for NEC in fact all members. Malema made a statement after the NEC meeting. So I don't like isolating people, youth is angry with the hearing but as I said I condemn the behaviour.. Spaffy I alway have good points but news 24 user just overlook them

      sganja - 2011-08-31 09:06

      Bloodbane_3 No is not gonna be easy. Matt Yes I was there but I was dicspline, I was not involved in any violence...

      Bloodbane_3 - 2011-08-31 09:10

      @sganja it should be, power has gone to his head and he's become arrogant and stupid. He broke the rules and they said last time that if he does it agian he's out, so it's easy, he's out.

      Protest - 2011-08-31 09:15

      @sganja Please look at the photo gallery relating to the hearing. Image 12 is especially revealing. The posters clearly states "ANC Youth League Northern Cape Fully Supports Julius Malema" As the Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans' Association stated in their press release, "More charges should be laid against JULIUS MALEMA and his colleagues for bringing the ANC into disrepute." The bottom line is that Malema is the leader of the ANCYL and responsible for the current situation. At least you "condemn the behaviour".

      SpetsnazLaz - 2011-08-31 09:36

      @Sganja What Malema is standing for is a socialistic system and it has been proven it will never work. He must go he is the poison you black's don't want. An economics professor at an american college made the statement that he had never failed a single student before but had once failed an entire class. That class had insisted that socialism worked and that no one would be poor and no one would be rich, a great equalizer. The professor then said, "OK, we will have an experiment in this class on socialism. All grades would be averaged and everyone would receive the same grade so no one would fail and no one would receive an A. After the first test, the grades were averaged and everyone got a B. The students who studied hard were upset and the students who studied little were happy. As the second test rolled around, the students who studied little had studied even less and the ones who studied hard decided they wanted a free ride too so they studied little. The second test average was a D! No one was happy. When the 3rd test rolled around, the average was an F. The scores never increased as bickering, blame and name-calling all resulted in hard feelings and no one would study for the benefit of anyone else.All failed, to their great surprise, and the professor told them that socialism would also ultimately fail because when the reward is great, the effort to succeed is great but when government takes all the reward away, no one will try or want to succeed.

  • Spaffy - 2011-08-31 08:29

    Why not do the whole hearing on Carte Blance? That way the ANCYL can riot from the comfort of there own homes.

      Pictureof - 2011-08-31 08:35

      Because then they would actually have to try him. Right now they are discussing who gets which mine.

      Netherlander - 2011-08-31 08:38

      Not forgetting who gets which FARM!!!!!

      pokum - 2011-08-31 08:43

      lol

      Pictureof - 2011-08-31 08:43

      Nederlander , thats already been decided, Zuma gets everything from the Limpopo South.

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 08:49

      Hey, are there farms up for grabs? where? where?

  • Daemos1 - 2011-08-31 08:29

    They'd better put that riot gear to good use, it came out of my tax rands

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 08:56

      Nobody caught/arrested yet. Sorry bud, seems like the riot gear was a fashion accessory

      THE.SRG - 2011-08-31 11:13

      the cops turned out in full gear to open a spaza stand and sell the gear and guns under the table,later we will hear they lost their gear

  • 1gascan - 2011-08-31 08:29

    Hahahaha, so much for an "unannounced" venue "outside the city"... Obviously somebody "outside the city" couldn't organise the catering in time...

      Welleducated - 2011-08-31 08:34

      They couldn't because all the BEE catering companies were on strike or were outside the venue already!

      pokum - 2011-08-31 08:44

      dont they have a contract wth Nandos..lol

      MSGRule - 2011-08-31 08:46

      If you bus in "supporters" you have to feed them that is their basic human right. The reason malema told them to leave is because if they stay on the closed street longer than 24 hours they have claim against it and they would have to be moved and be supplied with alternative accommodation

  • mengelbrecht1 - 2011-08-31 08:32

    So what will change today? No arrest and no force. The ANC and it's young brats have shown their true colours as well as what the future holds for this country.

      sganja - 2011-08-31 08:37

      Which 'true colours' Mr?

      Thor - 2011-08-31 08:44

      Sganja are you living in a hole. Did you not see the "show" the bastards put on in front of their beloved party head office. I would say those are the true colours would you not. Bunch of ill diciplined rioters. Criminal thugs. If the anc does not supend this bastard then they sanction this kind of behavior then we all know what you(anc sheeple) are like.

      pokum - 2011-08-31 08:47

      sad by true, i think democracy is about to be subject to the ANCYL's terms and conditions. a country without order or integrtiy makes me nervous

      pokum - 2011-08-31 08:47

      sorry meant to say sad but true

      one-way - 2011-08-31 08:53

      The guys are getting soft. Gone are the good old days of political thuggery where cars were burnt,affirmative shopping and even some Brandfort Bling for the suspected 3rd force agent .

  • Boxxer - 2011-08-31 08:34

    News24, why did you pull my comments? Criminals deserve the full might of my tongue.

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-31 08:38

      pervert

      sganja - 2011-08-31 08:38

      Yes They also do the same to me....

      Boxxer - 2011-08-31 08:40

      Criminal

      Thor - 2011-08-31 08:45

      Keep posting it until it stays.

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 08:50

      Because News24 thrives on people making racial slurs and enjoys religious hatred, but gets upset if you say a naughty word

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 08:50

      They mulled yours, they blocked me yesterday. I have a battle with the moderator at the moment

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 09:06

      Possibly the News24 moderators get PMS from time to time. Sometimes the worst comments stay even if you report them; sometimes half the page is deleted! Ooh and the one time where the moderator actually posted warnings as a comment ... that made me so mad, because they are hypocrites! If they have a policy and stick to it, great - but they don't stick to their own policy at all...

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 09:07

      And sometimes I think they just mess with us - a few times someone will ask me a good question and I'll post a reply - 5 mins later, reply deleted. Post it again - 5 mins later, deleted... makes it look as if I chickened out!

      WhiteLiberal - 2011-08-31 09:07

      I had two or three comments went missing yesterday...

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 09:15

      @Matt - They are just messing with us.

  • cat8fish - 2011-08-31 08:39

    do these people not work. Do they not have anything better to do? What does Malema do for them i fail to understand

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 08:51

      I could be wrong but they probably see the failure of the ANC and need a hero-figure to latch onto

  • Sir-Vic - 2011-08-31 08:41

    I'm tired of this idiot.

  • TerryKhosa - 2011-08-31 08:47

    people who hate Malema are those who hate ANC too. They know that if Malema can be fired the youth will not vote, and the ANC will loose many of their votes.

      Pictureof - 2011-08-31 08:56

      YOu are a bit naive. The ANCYL burnt the ANC flag with the same contempt MK used to burn the NP/SA flag. My heart was filled with joy when we all saw for the first time that the ANC's days are numbered and that it is going to tear itself to pieces. Dont worry my friend the Afrikaans governemnt will come back and fix everytrhing yours broke.

      DW - 2011-08-31 09:46

      Terry, that is exactly what we are hoping for. Even if the ANC only gets 52% of the vote and stays in power, they will suddenly wake up and realise that they have to WORK for their position and do what they were voted in for, rather than just assume everyone supports them so that they can do as they please. PLEASE stay away from the next elections. You will be doing the whole country (including yourselves) as MASSIVE favour

  • Aabels - 2011-08-31 08:51

    Bloody agents.

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 10:40

      Media houses - bloody newsagents Mr Muscle, Mr Min - bloody cleaning agents James Bond - bloody agent 007 Idi Amin's horrific attitude in the 1970s - bloody Asians Zaatheist on a visit to Pennsylvania - bloody Amish Malema getting older - bloody ageing Any other "bloody" jokes?

  • Johnny - 2011-08-31 08:52

    funny, perfect example of, do unto others as you want done unto yourself, does this not carry similarities to the ousting of Thabo Mbeki

  • Kris* - 2011-08-31 08:55

    Its amazing how much patience the police, the main "man" incharge to making final decisions has with all this rioting and idiot Julius! If this was in a different country the army would have been out shooting all those pathetic ppl that are destroying and causing violence and had this Riot over and done with. Thos ANCYL supporters and the ones striking continuosly - You need to for once and for all be "Put on the right Place" -

  • GT - 2011-08-31 08:57

    How many of these palookas actually turned up. It looked like a couple hundred at most. They did the fat man no favours yesterday and every time they threw a rock, they hammered a nail in his coffin.

  • Koukus - 2011-08-31 09:05

    The big fat bully with his few little hooligan followers, and they want a peaceful revolution as he said yesterday? LOL Babyface, there won't be any revolution for you!

  • Just Someone - 2011-08-31 09:08

    In some other countries, Malema would have been in jail (al least). In our "country" the government is too scared to even evict him from the ANC. In other words, he is a criminal/murder instigator that gets paid by the government in MILLIONS and nothing gets done to him. He just gets more and more. South Africa is the zoo of the world and everyone stands behind the fence, staring in, laughing at what idiots we are.

  • hehe - 2011-08-31 09:12

    It seems all the journalist/people that got hit and injured have white names..out of the hundreds of black people.

      DW - 2011-08-31 09:50

      Cathy Mohlahlana; Boxer Ngwenya and possibly Michel Bega (all of whom were hit with bricks) all sound like black names to me. You sound like a racist looking for a fight.

  • Tshiamo - 2011-08-31 09:13

    It's a monster the ANC created which they are failing to tame after it has grown too big to be controlled. Frankenstein legend comes to life! Good to watch the news from TV in a peaceful neighbouring country. I pity you South Africans for the calibre of leadership you have.

  • william.botha - 2011-08-31 09:13

    Police needs to be deployed for a mob. Malema and his cronies are behaving like gangsters, their structure similar to drug lords and gangsters, they practice mob politics.

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 11:02

      Well that's the thing - plenty of police there yesterday - but no arrests were made and the rioters still rioted and assaulted. The police force is useless; other than speed-trapping motorists the majority of them just don't do anything. Get the army in perhaps?

  • Musa Ngubane - 2011-08-31 09:16

    Ill-disciplined members of the ANC must be disciplined by the ANC NDC. Comrade Malema was charged last year and was handed a 18 months suspended sentence. When he contravened the ANC Constitution he knew about the suspended sentence. Comrades, let us not lose focus: the issue is about discipline. We, as members of the ANC must abide with the Constitution of the ANC (we declared that when we joined the movement). Comrade Malema has crossed the line. We all grew up in the ANCYL, there is no part of the ANCYL which says the youth league must disrespect the mother body. The youth league cannot now dictate who must sit in the ANC NDC. Let the NDC do it's job. We, disciplined members of the ANC must defend our movement against ill- disciplined individuals seeking to advance their own selfish agenda. Forward with discilpine, forward!

      OuWitBooi - 2011-08-31 09:38

      Musa, you might find yourself very lonely if you get rid of all the "ill- disciplined individuals seeking to advance their own selfish agenda".

      Nkandla - 2011-08-31 09:45

      wena ngubane you are selling us to these whites. uyimbuka

      DW - 2011-08-31 10:12

      Nkandla, this time you cannot blame the "whites" - they have nothing whatsoever to do with this whole mess. It is an ANC problem and the ANC caused it. Are you, once again, trying to imply that apartheid had something to do with it?

  • denlyn - 2011-08-31 09:16

    Will the journalists lay charges assault charges against Malema for not controlling his hooligans.

  • Shnez - 2011-08-31 09:18

    He Looks like a Typical African Dictator in the main pic for this story! he is a sad soul!

  • Broker - 2011-08-31 09:18

    And the banana party continues. May be today it will be a banana split after yesterdays banana mix grill.

  • Hetrohero - 2011-08-31 09:18

    I just hope you all have guns and you are holding on to it.

  • Hetrohero - 2011-08-31 09:20

    FW De Klerk is really quiet isn't he?

  • The lost Emperor ? ? - 2011-08-31 09:22

    It seems that the majority of our populace cannot be controlled through post 1994 methods. All of a sudden there seems to be some measure of method in the madness of pre-1994 police action. It was effective. Now we have limp-wristed wussy wanna-be-diplomatic and I-wanna-keep-my-750iL politicians without gonads.

  • Nkandla - 2011-08-31 09:32

    @william.botha - you sound like some of these powerless whites that I work with here in this office. ANC knows very well how much it needs Malema and as such the ruling on this case will be minor compare to what you are expecting. Malema is one man that is fighting for the emancipation of South African particularly blacks, and now you are always threatened by his presence every time he holds a microphone. Just mark my words come 2017 Malema will be your President and will don't need capitalists (whites) approval for that. All of you commenting you are just toothless dogs in the yard

      LiciousDee - 2011-08-31 09:50

      What has Malema done for the poor unemployed youth? I hear everyone (ANCYL) singing his praises that he is their voice but i haven't seen any progress where i live? He lives a multimillion house, lives an expensive life yet there are a lot of poor unemployed youth..

      JCWR56 - 2011-08-31 10:01

      Nkandla - where have you been since '94 - did nobody tell you you were emancipated then? all that's happened is you lot have cast your vote for a corrupt government. you get what oyu vote for. Malenema will complete the process to banana republic that's all. wake up and think before you vote, twit.

      Blade - 2011-08-31 10:54

      Watch this video to learn the truth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17m8OnHC7dQ&feature=related

      PinkAndProud - 2011-08-31 11:18

      Nklandla, you're very confused. Malema will NEVER be president. Someone will take him out long before then.

      mike - 2011-08-31 12:17

      so why do you still have toothless whites working with you? not good enough yourself eh? why don't you kick them out and replace them? oh I forgot you are a toothless cowardly incompetant , just mark my words Malema won't be president as this coutry will be destroyed by then by the likes of you and you will be unemployed as there won't be any jobs left.

  • GypseyAnn - 2011-08-31 09:50

    Good luck controlling the ill disciplined ANC members who should be ashamed of themselves!

  • 123M60 - 2011-08-31 09:57

    How many days do the ANC need to sort out the ANCYL??

  • woodifer - 2011-08-31 10:12

    yes,a strong police presence,with rioters sitting ON police vehicles.nice!!!

  • sebariki - 2011-08-31 10:28

    take them one on one juju its about time.

  • Gina - 2011-08-31 12:47

    Hi ANCYL4PRES, THANKS FOR ANSWERING MY COMMENT, its not that we do not want the people to be looked after, which the current government is not doing, its just the way its being done. Citizens and government officials cannot steal the riches of the country for themselves, it belongs to everyone, even the white nation, even though you dont want to believe it. We are all part of this country whether you like it or not. The youth have to be educated in school not by someone shouting war slogans because the government is not doing its job. We pay what we have to its up to the government to see that the people get what is due to them, but this is not happening in SA, because just a few elite blacks are making life very comfortable for themselves. Have a good day.

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