ANCYL seen as a threat, says Malema

2012-03-05 22:22
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ANCYL to appeal Malema expulsion

2012-03-05 16:07

The ANCYL has vowed to appeal the ANC expulsion of Julius Malema. Watch what was said at the latest news briefing in Johannesburg. WATCH

Johannesburg - The ANC Youth League has been seen as a threat and people want to crush it, its president Julius Malema said on Monday night.

"Those opposed to the youth league want to plant divisions in the African National Congress," he told Metro fm in a live interview.

"Those forces... are working day and night to undermine economic freedom."

He said "those people" were monopoly capitalists working in the media and in the ANC.

"Some of them are in the pockets of white capitalists," he said.

Malema said he was ready to leave the ANCYL and was adamant he had not done anything wrong.

He said the new ANCYL president would have to continue with the resolutions already adopted.

"And when that leader pronounces on them, he will also be expelled," he said.

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