ANC committee a kangaroo court: ANCYL

2011-09-02 14:13

Johannesburg - The ANC's national disciplinary committee (NDC) is a "kangaroo court" and its rejection of Julius Malema's appeal against its processes "a challenge", a member of the North West ANCYL said on Friday.

The news that the African National Congress's NDC would proceed with charges against the league's president was met with silence by his supporters, assembled near party headquarters Luthuli House, in Johannesburg.

As members from youth league provincial branches addressed the crowd, people began to cheer loudly. Most of the provincial members did not identify themselves by name.

"We have gathered here in defence of the revolution. We have gathered here in defence of Malema," a North West member said.

"We are here to say 'no retreat, no surrender'."

Revolution will go on

A Free State league member said the NDC was trying to intimidate and dissuade the ANCYL from fighting for "economic freedom".

A Limpopo representative said: "In a few years the people enticing us [sic] will be in their graves and the revolution will go on".

Several members said they would campaign for Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe to become ANC president at the party's elective conference next year.

Limpopo youth league branch chairperson Frans Moswane said Gwede Mantashe was "causing trouble", and "the people" wanted him removed from his post as ANC secretary general.

"We are here for organisational discipline... The ANC belongs to us, it is our responsibility to protect it," Moswane said.

Growing stronger

ANC Youth League spokesperson Magdalene Moonsamy told the crowd the league grew stronger the harder it pushed.

The NDC announced on Friday morning the 22 arguments set out by Malema to have charges against him dropped were unfounded, and it would proceed with his disciplinary hearing, and that of his five co-accused members.

About 400 supporters congregated near Luthuli House on Friday, a fraction of the number that turned out on Tuesday. A rumour that Malema was on his way to address his supporters was circulating, but could not be confirmed.

Malema was brought before the NDC on charges of bringing the ANC into disrepute and sowing divisions in ANC ranks.

He recently said the ANCYL would send a team to Botswana to consolidate local opposition parties and to help bring about regime change, as it believed the government there was "in full co-operation with imperialists" and undermining the "African agenda".

Charged with him are ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu, deputy president Ronald Lamola, treasurer general Pule Mabe, secretary general Sindiso Magaqa and deputy secretary general Kenetswe Masenogi.

All except Shivambu would appear before the committee on Friday, said Mthembu. His disciplinary hearing had been postponed to a later date.

  • Buic Unix - 2011-09-02 14:17

    Revolution for what really ??

      Taboo - 2011-09-02 14:21

      "We are here for organisational discipline... The ANC belongs to us, it is our responsibility to protect it," Moswane said............. Let me just get up off the floor from laughing so much. What a joke.

      MP3 - 2011-09-02 14:21


      khoi007 - 2011-09-02 14:22

      to get the economy away from white rule

      FaxM8 Fax - 2011-09-02 14:23

      To obtain a brain each !! For Free that is !!

      Buic Unix - 2011-09-02 14:24

      @Khoi007 what about black rule ?????????

      Dazbo - 2011-09-02 14:25

      Correct me if i'm wrong but...... Wasn't the ANC's fight against Apartheid supposed to be a revolution for democracy? Now that they're in power, and should essentially have nothing to revolt about, they see fit to call a revolution against themselves !! Let's not forget that we are not talking about separate entities here....whether it be youth league or main part they are one and the same....Classic case of "i've run out of opponents and will start fighting against my own" !!! What a joke ...

      TheMagician - 2011-09-02 14:26

      these kids must keep talking they soon will all find themselves expelled from the peoples party the ANC

      Da.Liva.Delvira - 2011-09-02 14:27

      Exactly Buic Unix... Over throwing your own ANC government??? That's not a revolution, it's a thirst and hunger for power!!! Lack of politics and education is what I call it...

      Lab-Rat - 2011-09-02 14:29

      The revolution for being able to steal whatever they want and not work for a living.

      Sarcastic - 2011-09-02 14:30

      revolution against the ruling party, against corruption and jobs for friends, against winning tenders without due process. Sounds like the fight against apartheid, doesnt it? There will always be a revolution in SA. It is a strategic tactic, to give those in power, elected by the corrupt, for the corrupt, to make as much money as they can before they are booted out, with a small slap on the wrist. A new team goes about their dirty work and so on. Calculating office terms and the wealth generated in that time, it would take a few hundred years before everyone, who suffered under apartheid, will be rich enough. Yes, apartheid will still be blamed. Then the wealthy would employ foreigners to do the work, cos, they are too busy spending their 'hard earned cash" to work. Then it will be the time of the foreigners giving the elite a run for their money. lol. And this too will come to pass, when the improverished elite will get a kick up their proverbial arse.

      E.Nuff - 2011-09-02 14:34

      The ANCYL are revolting...

      John - 2011-09-02 14:36


      Tolerant - 2011-09-02 14:36

      They want to legalise theft. This should never happen, but it did happen in Zimbabwe. Stop the 2/3 majority forever and it will never happen.

      Sharkbite - 2011-09-02 14:40

      A revolution against having to actually work for a living??

      Together - 2011-09-02 14:43

      If he is unhappy with the ANC - and he has had 20 years to read their rules, plus he had to attend political school - he really should have the courage to leave and form his own party. As for the ANC leadership, the whole of SA is pleased to see them standing up for what the ANC used to mean.

      haroldrvjansen - 2011-09-02 14:47

      @khoi007 - Done that, got the t-shirt

      revgreen84 - 2011-09-02 14:57

      @khoi007-Umm what white rule? I don't see too many whites in ruling positions in the ruling party-that being the ANC. And if you didn't mean politically and meant economically then have you not noticed the increase of white people leaving to live in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada where there are towns with mostly white SA citizens. Why? Because they can't economically survive in this BEE (another name for apartheid) climate? So I ask you what white rule are you referring to?

      supporter - 2011-09-02 14:59

      @khoi007 - you can't even rule a bunch of braindead youngsters, how on earth can you rule a household let alone a country???? After 17 years you still blame whites. the minority must take care of the majority because the majority is to lazy to work for what they want. steal, steal steal, that's all the ancyl members can do. shame, i feel sorry for you

      maryann - 2011-09-02 15:11

      What revolution indeed? These are NOT soldiers fighting for a cause. The ANCYL are spoilt bratty kids rebelling against their father when they can't get their own way.

      Spyker May - 2011-09-02 15:34

      ... Full accolades to the “IDIOTIC COMMENT OF THE WEEK”: A Limpopo (ANCYL) representative said: “... In a few years the people enticing us will be in their graves...” The dictionary defines the word “enticing” as.., To attract by arousing hope or desire; lure. And cites the following example.., The promise of higher pay enticed me into the new job. I have not laughed so much all week – well done ANCYL Limpopo, I honestly did not think it was going to be so easy – KEEP GOING, DON'T STOP NOW..!! ...

  • Prayoneday - 2011-09-02 14:19

    Theres nothing you can do , your comrade is burning to ashes

      sganja - 2011-09-02 14:23

      You wish.....

      justmejoe - 2011-09-02 14:24

      @ sganja - YOU TROLL!

      Prayoneday - 2011-09-02 14:25

      @sganja - you are next on the list .. we will go from moron to moron

      DeathDealer - 2011-09-02 14:27

      sganja ,i did wish and voilà ,what do you know ,my wish came true...

      justmejoe - 2011-09-02 14:28

      If you follow all sganja's comment from the top he's only barking like a little wet ass dog then he's gone he's suppose to make my tea but instead he's just wasting time and money like his brothers

      Yomar Sapus - 2011-09-02 14:28

      Sinja, You still having around like a bad fart?

      IC1 - 2011-09-02 14:33

      @Sganga: I certainly do wish that for bubblebutt

      sganja - 2011-09-02 14:35

      @All Next week you are going to be dissapointed.Malema laywers will come up with other arguments. Don't be excited

      Hasane - 2011-09-02 14:35

      @ Sganja you are stupid like them, in the first place how did you manage to get to this site, this is for interlectuals not idiot like you.

      Picachu - 2011-09-02 14:37

      @ sganja The ANC gave Malema the rope to hang himself... LMAO

      Tolerant - 2011-09-02 14:38

      This is the least of his problems, Sars and PP (money willing) are another 2 problems that might not go away so easily.

      Taboo - 2011-09-02 14:40

      sganja - exactly, they are trying to save his a$$, so they are thinking up any old cr@p. What a bunch of idiots.

      Stephan Janse van Vuuren - 2011-09-02 14:41

      sganja, you clearly have no idea do you? This is a process internal to the ANC, the law of South Africa has no influence over it. Thus, poepol malema can pay them all he want and they can argue all they want, if the NDC kick him there is absolutely nothing he or his lawyers can do about the matter. The NDC is simply entertaining his attempts to not be disciplined.

      Together - 2011-09-02 14:47

      If Malema is unhappy with the ANC - and he has had 20 years to read their rules, plus he had to attend political school - he really should have the courage to leave and form his own party. I fail to see how heaping even more insults on the party and leadership are helping his cause, and if he had good intentions he would address the crowd outside and educate them. The truth is revealed: Malema worships Malema, and all this nonsense about "the ANC forever" was a lie. If he can lie to his president, he will certainly lie to his followers and fans. Save yourself, sganga, while there is still justice in your land.

      Nero - 2011-09-02 14:54

      And with a hop, skip and a jump the kangaroo court will bounce Malema out of there... But lets not jump to conclusions just yet.

      cj - 2011-09-02 14:57

      Oh please, if you don't know anything, rather shut up. Like any disciplinary tribunal of any voluntary association, the proceedings are subject to the common law priciples of administrative law, and the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act. In a nutshell, the Tribunal has to act fairly, no improper motives, no bias, no irregularity, accused must be given all reasonable rights of being heard, etc, etc. The proceedings can be taken on review to the High Court, and further to the SCA and the Concourt. Malema has a good chance of getting off : He has apologised for the Botswana comment, and the " whites are criminals" story is in fact in accordance with ANC ideology that the land was taken from blacks by whites. It's been said in Zuma's presence, why now suddenly charge Malema ? There's a very good case to be made out that this is a personal agenda by Zuma, which would be improper motive.

      Together - 2011-09-02 15:01

      I don't know that they will go that far, but this is important because it shows SA and the world that Malema does NOT respect the ANC and should not be allowed to speak in the ANC's name ever again. Even if he does, everyone can say: "But don't you despise the ANC? Didn't your followers say that the ANC's rules are unfair?" Unless he corrects them and his behaviour for real not just words, but actual actions.

      sganja - 2011-09-02 15:03

      I'm so disapointed,Im taking leave on monday.I'm going to Luthuli house again.

      Stephan Janse van Vuuren - 2011-09-02 15:12

      lol cj, you just joined sganja in the stupids corner.

      umhlopo - 2011-09-02 15:13

      @ sganja, there is more to you than meets the eye

      Komasa - 2011-09-02 15:16

      @sganja I think you have to accept the inevitable there will be a new brand of youth running the ANCYL in a couple of years time and the Julius Malema's, Floyd Shivambu's and Andile Lungisa's will be mere after thoughts.

      Tinkie - 2011-09-02 15:20

      Hey, Ganga, stop smoking so much of that stuff you have named yourself after. It is known to kill off brain cells. You are also blowing all the smoke up your own a$$.

      sganja - 2011-09-02 15:24

      Good bye let me stop talking because you people are excited I can see...we shall see on monday

      revgreen84 - 2011-09-02 15:32

      @Sganja Let's be honest - African people like to perform street aerobics at least once a year so whatever happens, even if Juju comes to power, they will be burning his image in the streets just for an excuse to do street aerobics!!! LOL!!! HAHAHAHA!!!

      revgreen84 - 2011-09-02 15:38

      @ cj You are right in what you say! And at the same time you admit that your people (yes I mean black people) are crafty and devisive. All cultures have internal divisions but South African Ubuntu peoples take the cake. History shows you steal from each other, kill each other, rape each other, and in politics stab each other in the back - just plain FACT about your people!

  • justmejoe - 2011-09-02 14:19

    We have gathered here because we're stupid zombie barbarians following instructions from our zombie banana republic master malema.

      MissGremlinSays - 2011-09-02 14:45

      Yes. And what's more, we feel that by calling the ANC ugly names, and insulting our superiors, we will improve our situation! Viva, all those with an IQ of 7.5, Viva

  • Bloodbane_3 - 2011-09-02 14:20

    But I thought the people liked kangaroo courts.... suppose it's only fun when it's not tuned on you.... "In a few years the people enticing us [sic] will be in their graves and the revolution will go on". wonder if this constitutes a threat against the president?

      FaxM8 Fax - 2011-09-02 14:23

      Only when it suites them.

  • Buic Unix - 2011-09-02 14:21

    The truth here is there is no revolution or freedom for economy. If Julius Malema wanted to fight for freedom he should first lead by an example. He should first lead his thinking process, let us look at Jacob Zuma a man with no significant qualification is a president of a country that has people with masters and doctrines and hard working students black and white south Africans, you want to tell me you can bring a change in regime if you cant even change your own people's thinking??

      gatvol4corru - 2011-09-02 15:37

      Jacob is a street-wise incompetent and corrupt idiot. You can keep him and all his wife's

  • O-Kay - 2011-09-02 14:21

    I just don't believe anything will be done at the end of all this. Guess only time will tell.

  • free-thinker - 2011-09-02 14:22

    Sounds like these ANCYL people all use the same dictionary.

      Werner - 2011-09-02 14:42

      Agreed. Speeches to crowds are always short and sweet. 'VIVA', 'revolution', 'comrades', 'undermining'. Yawn.

      free-thinker - 2011-09-02 14:54

      "popcorn and mushroom parties" kangaroo court" "helen zille garden boys" south africa is becoming such a joke.

      willieman - 2011-09-02 15:17

      How can university students allow themselves to be lead by someone who doesn't understand the constitution of his organisation.All we are seing here is the vuvuzela politics on the rampage.The hearsy politics is the order of the day in ANCYL.Iether this so-called young lions are intimidated to take certain positions or they are lazy to read.I'm conviced that both scenarios apply to this young kids.The whole thing explains why Malema would not debate with his peers.Blind followers,student from most universities,it is shocking.i'm asking what are they studying, i think plagiarizing is the order of the day.

      Face - 2011-09-02 15:36

      They can't read!

      dogue - 2011-09-02 15:59

      "a challenge" shows they can talk big words, the erudites.

  • proudly - 2011-09-02 14:22

    What revolution comrade, maybe you should smoke something different!

  • Stephen - 2011-09-02 14:22

    The ANCYL isn't happy with the way things are going? I'm shocked. Not.

  • sganja - 2011-09-02 14:22

    We shal win.NDC cannot tell us what to do....

      Prayoneday - 2011-09-02 14:23

      hahahahahah ... sore loser (L)

      Buic Unix - 2011-09-02 14:25

      Sganja>>Who is we ???

      Bloodbane_3 - 2011-09-02 14:26

      @sganja - sit down shut up and listen to your elder's....BWHAHAHAHAHAHA

      Nasdaq7 - 2011-09-02 14:27

      You will lose. You have no respect for older people. Now go smash some windows.

      justmejoe - 2011-09-02 14:28

      If you follow all sganja's comment from the top he's only barking like a little wet ass dog then he's gone he's suppose to make my tea but instead he's just wasting time and money like his brothers

      Awol - 2011-09-02 14:29

      You shall be destroyed and in ten years time "the madam" will be president and tell you what to do. Your leaders are dividing the ANC badly and I according to me thats the begginning of the end. Viva Malema Viva..He is the DA's best tool to win votes!!!!

      Sharkbite - 2011-09-02 14:29

      Ummm....yes they are not above the law idiot!

      Patroski - 2011-09-02 14:32

      I thought Juli-ass said before the start that he'll respect the committee's decisions? But maybe I was mistaken.

      Delarey - 2011-09-02 14:33

      mampara follows mampara!

      Banana_Republic - 2011-09-02 14:34

      Sganga, tell you what, leave the Party, start your own new Party, their you dont have to listen to the counter-revolutionaries and their rules, you can simply make your own rules and follow them; shoot any member who doesnt agree with you; jail anyone who calls fatty fat, you know, just like they do it in the democratic republic of ZANU-PF. The problem however is that for the time being you wont be in the ruling party and that sort of cocks up your aspirations on getting rich because you cant call the shots on who wins the tenders any longer.

      DeathDealer - 2011-09-02 14:34

      Sganja ,arent you fanny floyd,Juliass's girlfriend? You sound very familiar with your statements . It must suck to be at the receiving end for a change ;) hope you have a great weekend

      sganja - 2011-09-02 14:36

      @Buic Unix we is Ancyl. Just wondering are you going to be this excited next week?

      Picachu - 2011-09-02 14:39

      OOHHH - hear comes that smell. Rotten as usual

      Awol - 2011-09-02 14:39

      We is ANC sjanga? I AM WEASEL!!!!

      Beannie - 2011-09-02 14:40

      Go and smoke some more weed, you troll!

      Together - 2011-09-02 14:48

      If Malema is unhappy with the ANC - and he has had 20 years to read their rules, plus he had to attend political school - he really should have the courage to leave and form his own party. I fail to see how heaping even more insults on the party and leadership are helping his cause, and if he had good intentions he would address the crowd outside and educate them. The truth is revealed: Malema worships Malema, and all this nonsense about "the ANC forever" was a lie. If he can lie to his president, he will certainly lie to his followers and fans. Save yourself, sganga, while there is still justice in your land.

      Picachu - 2011-09-02 14:49

      OH - how I wish I could see you face when you loooooossssse. But not to worry, I'll see Malema's face.....LOL

      sganja - 2011-09-02 14:56

      Come Monday! you will see

      Together - 2011-09-02 15:03

      How does heaping even more insults on the party and leadership help his cause? If Malema had good intentions he would address the crowd outside and educate them. The truth is revealed: Malema worships Malema, and all this nonsense about "the ANC forever" was a lie. If he can lie to his president, he will certainly lie to his followers and fans. Save yourself, sganga, while there is still justice in your land.

      EyeAmMyOwn - 2011-09-02 15:04

      hey hey ... heeeeey. if he smoked any weed he'd never have the heart to support empty revolutions and blind regime change. He'd be as peaceful as flower. so ... yes ... please smoke a little my friend - lay down the black label quart ... and light up. And sit down and shut your stupid anarchist, irrational mouth. THAAAANKS ..

      Taurus 11 - 2011-09-02 15:10

      So Sganja You are NOT a member of ANCYL which is a part of the parent body ANC. if you are a member and got somebody to read the constitution to you ( because you evidently can't) you would know that you can be told what to do. I hope that they tell you and your buttbuddy MAD BUCKET to go to hell because you have been expleed from the League. Also do everybody a favour and use your true name JACK

      Whatnow? - 2011-09-02 15:11

      You will find out that you are WRONG - theNDC is a disciplinary body, not a policy making organ, so thaey are NOT telling you what to do IDIOOOOOOT!!!!!

      Dave - 2011-09-02 15:16

      YOu forget you the YOUTH league, you don't run this country as much as you think you do. Youth are supposed to be seen and not heard, your parents never teach you that?

      SpetsnazLaz - 2011-09-02 15:24

      @sganja Whatever the outcome next week does not matter. Your kind will not last long. You are too short sighted to get the picture. Too many white folk & black for that matter, don't agree with your so called ANCYL. I bet, you will be the first to run when the heat is on. If you want real economic freedom, then stop wasting time and get working on a good idea and not trying to steal or nationalise everything. The funny thing is, that you sound more like a racist. All the ANCYL want is to get rid of white people and then what? Oh, and b.t.w. that will never happen and you can come and try if you like. So rather spend your energy on something you might achieve on merit, not by kicking and screaming like a baby. There are very good reasons why you are at the bottom of the food chain and will stay there until you start working and developing your people and rather call for things like better education etc. I hope this is not too difficult for you to understand. All smiles :)

      sganja - 2011-09-02 15:25

      Anc Nec will reverse this....we are taking this to Anc provinces...Limpopo will speak for us, Mpumalanga,North West Gauteng, Free State Northern Cape..haha long way to go.

      SpetsnazLaz - 2011-09-02 15:28

      @sganja Go and read this for educational purposes:

      grimbie1 - 2011-09-02 15:33

      What a joke you represent. Look at the international interest from the States, Europe and even your friends in Australia. they are all saying its a joke. Only people that seem to agree are from Zim and only then its a small majority. Looks like the YL are wanting to go down the route of Gaddafi and rule like he did.

  • Orosman - 2011-09-02 14:22

    When you step out of line of your parents, or at your workplace or commit a criminal offence then there are procedures to be followed.This is where some of the ANCYL are out of order. They do not run the ANC, they have not been elected by the people of this country to run the country and I can go on. So ANC leadership is following the correct procedures and showing true leadership. We cannot have a situation where anyone just does as they please. When the ANCYL members are parents/leaders they themselves will have to discipline those that are out of line.

      Face - 2011-09-02 15:41

      THEY cannot live according to rules and regulations! Nature speaks for itself.

  • umhlopo - 2011-09-02 14:23

    The ANCYL spokesperson seems to be getting pretty white with the anc,this is going to be fun i cant wait for the ruling partys comeback. the whole world is watching the new dumb and dumber movie

  • Fedup - 2011-09-02 14:23

    No retreat - OK Fine take the busses away from them and let the ignorant idiots walk home. Revolution my arse.

      grimbie1 - 2011-09-02 15:35

      Straight. Make them work and earn money so they can buy a car, who knows maybe then they can even start thinking about working for a house.

  • ANC support - 2011-09-02 14:24

    Ema kalema, se maar vir Malema,....goodbuy you fool! If you don't want to listen, you must feel. The old saying for all out of line kids!

  • Bailey G - 2011-09-02 14:24

    That Magdelane Moonsamy is another rubbish as well... The other day she said something to the effect that "it was not the ANCYL supporters that caused the violence, she doesnt know who it was, but it DEFINITELY wasnt any ANCYL supporters" What a chop.

  • DSJM - 2011-09-02 14:24

    They should try WORKING for economic freedom!

      Sharkbite - 2011-09-02 14:31

      They don't know how to do that! They will follow anyone who promises them free handouts.

      Picachu - 2011-09-02 14:50

      Do you see them working at the moment - no! We have to work and they want it for freee

  • Awol - 2011-09-02 14:24

    Borrowed from Mark Schultz:Please, South Africans! Wake up! Familiarize yourselves with Hitler's 25 Point Plan mooted in 1920 when the Nazi Party was just a few hundred members strong. Julius' struggle is beginning to look like Mein Kampf: Africa Edition. I quote from the Nazi's version of the Freedom Charter: 13/25. We demand the nationalization of all trusts. 14/25. We demand profit-sharing in large industries. 17/25 . We demand an agrarian reform in accordance with our national requirements, and the enactment of a law to expropriate the owners without compensation of any land needed for the common purpose. 23/25. We demand that there be a legal campaign against those who propagate deliberate political lies and disseminate them through the press. In order to make possible the creation of a German press, we demand: .. Newspapers transgressing against the common welfare shall be suppressed. We demand legal action against those tendencies in art and literature that have a disruptive influence upon the life of our folk, and that any organizations that offend against the foregoing demands shall be dissolved. Continued next post....

      InternetMan - 2011-09-02 15:23 Once you try and link somebody or something to Hitler. You have lost the argument. Please see above as to why that is.

  • Awol - 2011-09-02 14:24

    This is just a part of how the ANCYL is becoming more fascist, their own racist diatribes against whites and non-blacks in general coupled with these quotes should start alarm bells ringing. You can bet the Youth League has it's own plan to shove into the vacuum that has supposedly been left by the planning ministry. Is anyone chilled by the striking similarity in the vocabulary used? WE DEMAND and TENDENCIES. It is well known that Julius' idol Mugabe has gone on record expressing his desire to "be a Hitler ten fold."

      edd - 2011-09-02 15:09

      ...and when they loose/demand they always turn to Hitler's scorched earth policy, wheter it is ANC or ANCYL.

  • Nasdaq7 - 2011-09-02 14:24

    It grows weaker. If it is allowed to continue with divisive leadership it will destroy unity in the ANC. Hooligans.

      Awol - 2011-09-02 14:30

      My post to sjanga... You shall be destroyed and in ten years time "the madam" will be president and tell you what to do. Your leaders are dividing the ANC badly and I according to me thats the begginning of the end. Viva Malema Viva..He is the DA's best tool to win votes!!!!

      Taboo - 2011-09-02 14:52

      Awol - you right. Viva FATBOY - carry on with your bad ass attitude, and causing a divide in your own beloved party. You are doing an excellent job.

      umhlopo - 2011-09-02 15:17

      @ awol, sganja is a da agent,he is pissing us off and consolidating our support for the da.

  • mabsie - 2011-09-02 14:25

    Revolution. Fight to the death. This talk is so ridiculous. These guys were not even alive when the real stalwarts of the struggle were fighting for justice. They watch too many Russian and Cuban movies. Its talk to stir up the massess.

  • - 2011-09-02 14:25

    When he learns to read and write, maybe i will listen to him

  • abg100 - 2011-09-02 14:25

    This is the start of things to come-anarchy and chaos. They have no idea what economic freedom is!Their comrades thought nothing of destroying their brothers property which was their economic frrdom! The revolution my as*,they just want everything to be handed on a silver platter because theyre too lazy and uneducated by choice to work for anything in life!! Anc tske a good look at the mutant child youve given birth to!

      edd - 2011-09-02 15:12

      Rather use the word "dumb". Uneducated is such a big word for them.... Maybe mamparra is the right one...

  • kleinkoppi - 2011-09-02 14:25

    So the ANCYL is still opposing the ANC... Just disband them now and save yourself and whats let of this country... OH, and lock JM up for good...

  • KnysnaSha - 2011-09-02 14:26

    What revolution?

      Awol - 2011-09-02 14:41

      COME ON knysnasha!!!!! The revolution of the tender, the revolution of taking from the poor, the revolution of raping your own people, that revolution... Make sense now?

  • Philip - 2011-09-02 14:26

    What?? You mean you dont think its a far-right, white, capitalist, imperialist, ex-apartheid regime, farm-worker murdering, "taken out of context", mugabe hating, ancestor disrespecting, Botswana supporting, Swazi repressing plot against the YL?? That's refreshing to hear!

  • shocked - 2011-09-02 14:30

    The thing i love most about this is watching the whole thing start turning on itself! At the end of this there will be such a divide the ANCYL will prob end up trying to start its own party.

  • Kenneth - 2011-09-02 14:31

    The Revolution is Over you numskulls-thats when Madiba broke the shackles of apartheid and asked every south African to move forward together to help rebuild this wonderful country.

  • Bonga - 2011-09-02 14:31

    THe ANC , ANCYL to me are Kangaroos

      Face - 2011-09-02 15:46

      If only 20 mil other people could think like you - Viva SA!!

  • Chronoman - 2011-09-02 14:31

    So, the ANCYL says their president is a kangaroo? I thought he was South African and not an Aussie. What about Hyena court?

      Taurus 11 - 2011-09-02 15:18

      You cannot call him an Aussie, they shag sheep but the sheep will not let him.

      Dazbo - 2011-09-02 15:48

      Probably had a sheepskin coat on when he took his shower !!!

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  • Kenneth - 2011-09-02 14:32

    While you are planning your revolution,just beware the AGENTS! LOL

  • Picachu - 2011-09-02 14:35

    What revolution? These people are as stupid as Malema. What idiots Dumb and Dumdummmmer

  • jakkals - 2011-09-02 14:35

    kangaroo court. WTF is a kangaroo court? Do these idiots even know what a kangaroo is?

      edd - 2011-09-02 15:20

      …and since the kangaroo is indigenous to Australia, we must use an animal indigenous to Africa. Any suggestions? Baboon court? (no way!!! Baboons are too clever) Monkey court? (no way!!! Monkeys have intellectual communication) Aaaahhhhh, lets try Tsetse-Fly court, that sound more like the disease spreading cANCer and cANCer-Light!

  • Thabo Matwabeng - 2011-09-02 14:35

    The one thing we've learned from this debacle is that the ANCYL, like the SACP, are really a bunch of cowards who will only continue to have a voice if they cling on to the ANC. If they had the backbone they would break away.

      Taurus 11 - 2011-09-02 15:21

      Thabo if they did that where would they get the money from NO MORE TENDERS to cook and government money to spend on busses and KFC.

  • Slapper - 2011-09-02 14:36

    If it is a challenge to them, well, they are certainly a challenged mob….in many areas.

  • Daemos1 - 2011-09-02 14:37

    I like watching things burn, but this is ridiculous

  • GT - 2011-09-02 14:38

    Any one else see Sindiso Magaqa's watch on TV yesterday. It seems he has been shopping at the same Breitling shop as JUJU. Age old trick in eastern Europe is to bribe people with watches. They can be massively valuable and the tax man has a hard time chasing them down,

  • WorldChamps - 2011-09-02 14:39

    @ Stupid Ganja .... Take a hike, Nothing you say would even remotely change the fact that your beloved ANCYL are a bunch of idiotic twats !!

  • Kevin Harris - 2011-09-02 14:41

    ANCYL Like a bunch of toy soldiers who no longer have a cause , really nothing but a bunch of thugs !!! Channel all this pent up stupidity rage into a good cause , fill the potholes and fix the failing infrastructure try build a country you fools

  • Neville - 2011-09-02 14:43

    "you dont get pills for stupidness.."

      Awol - 2011-09-02 14:45

      But you get tenders for it....big fat juicy tenders....

  • Lethuxolo - 2011-09-02 14:45

    I used to support the ANC Youth league until this week. These morons have no brains, let alone respect. I wonder what the hell they are on about. If they can't be part of the ANC then they must start their own politicial movement. I am sure it will fail like all the others.

      Koos Poggenpoel - 2011-09-02 14:56

      Welcome back from the dark side (Vader Voice)

      THE.SRG - 2011-09-02 15:07

      Hmmmmm....weak is the force with these dark ones!(Yoda voice)

  • Jacques - 2011-09-02 14:45

    Is it just me, or does it seem that Julius has started sometihng ugly that has grown even larger than himself?

      Face - 2011-09-02 15:51

      I don't think it is possible to get something more uglier.

  • IandI - 2011-09-02 14:46

    hehehehe.. kangaroo court? ..hahahaha. Is the ANCYL next going to label the ANC as "counter-revolutionary, bloody agents"?? Can't wait for Round 2!Popcorn anyone?

  • Wow! - 2011-09-02 14:47

    Don't these ANCYL idiots know when they have pushed too far. Refering to it as a "Kangarro Court" will surely get a backlash from the ANC.

  • henk v - 2011-09-02 14:47

    and hopefulle the ancyl KNOWS what happens in a kangaroo court with convicts!!

  • Shayne - 2011-09-02 14:49

    The Youth League is the biggest threat to ANC rule of SA in the next elections. They now have the power of the unemployed/uneducated masses on their side. Their revolution would mean the end of SA experiment with democracy. ANC can do very little to Malema after this show of force. Romor has it that all investigations into tender rigging will be dropped if he behaves and takes leave of the Youth League.

  • arthur.amgen - 2011-09-02 14:52

    The ANC know how to bugger around instead of run a government properly. They should have disbanded the ANC YL in 94. The ANC won the election because the majority vote on skin colour and will continue to do that that till kingdom come. There is no reason for revolutionaries like Malema and co. They need an enemy in order to exist. So they blame the whites. Then they blame the West. Now they are against Zuma. For heaven sake get rid of this nonsense now and for ever and concentrate on service delivery and the creation of good jobs through foreign investment. What is wrong with you man?

  • OZNOB - 2011-09-02 14:52

    i find it amazing that when they get a ruling that they do not like the disciplinary committee is a kangaroo court though i suspect that if the committee had accepted malema's arguements it most probably would have been a vindication of what he stood for . these ancyl people are behaving like spoilt children and should be treated as such

  • The Gecko - 2011-09-02 14:53

    Someone should explain to them that in a democracy (which we are supposed to be) there is no need for a revolution - if one is unhappy with the government, one can simply vote them out of power. That is a beauty of democracy. It is obviously not as much fun as dancing in the street and destroying stuff, though...

  • ndosithemba - 2011-09-02 14:54

    ANC must make an example with Malema , he must b fired without any waste of time the boy has bring the party into disripute who hell does he think he is , it show very well that he does not respect the elders. 10 commandment boy at a tender age of 28yrs but no direction.

      Face - 2011-09-02 15:52

      And no brains!