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EXPELLED!

2012-02-29 21:45

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema has been expelled from the ANC.

This comes after the party's prosecutors argued successfully for his five-year suspension to be aggravated, while Malema pleaded for mitigation.

This brings Malema's eventful political career closer to the abyss.

Malema can now only be saved by the party's national disciplinary committee of appeal (NDCA), who can overturn the expulsion. If he fails here, the ANC's national executive committee can review the verdict and expulsion.

His last resort is the party’s national conference in December that can review any decision by a structure of the party.

Malema was in his hometown Seshego when the party's national disciplinary committee (NDC) decided on the final verdict, and informed party prosecutors as well as ANC officials about it.

The process took all afternoon on Wednesday and lasted into the early evening.

Malema’s lawyer, Advocate Dali Mpofu, said due to short notice neither him, nor Advocate Patric Mtshaulana or Malema could be at Luthuli House for the announcement.

It is likely that Malema would, in his appeal to the NDCA, argue that he was given too short notice about today’s decision.

It has been ten days since arguments in mitigation of sentencing were concluded before the NDC, which said in a statement just before 08:00 on Wednesday that it would announce the verdict in the “late afternoon” after applying its “collective mind”.

Mpofu earlier on Wednesday told City Press that he was due to meet with the ANC’s NDC at 15:00, but later said he couldn’t make it.

The league said in a statement shortly after lunch that it won't be commenting on the announcement of Malema’s fate.

League spokesperson Floyd Shivambu said in a statement that the league’s leadership “will not take any media enquiry to respond to the outcomes of the ANC disciplinary process”.

In November, when the NDC announced its original verdict, Malema was absent too and writing exams in Polokwane, but his lawyers went to Luthuli House to receive the verdict on his behalf.

The young firebrand is likely to appeal the NDC's decision on his sentence to the NDCA.

He cannot appeal the verdict again, as the appeal committee has already decided on that.

Following that, he could still approach the party’s NEC, and finally the conference in December in Mangaung, to ask for reinstatement as an ANC member and a scrapping of the verdict.

This would only happen if he has enough sympathisers amongst the ANC's leadership structures or amongst delegates at the Mangaung conference.

If he follows the latter route of asking the NEC or conference to review the disciplinary committee’s decision, the ANCYL might be required to call another conference again to re-elect Malema before he could be reinstated as its leader.

Earlier this month Malema asked for his five-year suspension from the party, for sowing division in its ranks, to be reduced, while Shivambu asked for a reduction of his three-year suspension, for swearing at a journalist, and Magaqa asked for mitigation of his suspended sentence, for defaming Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba.

Comments
  • Dennis - 2012-02-29 21:54

    Malema. You are finished. Mwahahahahahah!!!!!

      Phuti - 2012-02-29 22:16

      So are u voting ANC?

      Dennis - 2012-02-29 22:19

      Hahaha. Ok I get it.

      Alien42063 - 2012-02-29 22:20

      I think Dennis wanted to do a "Muhahahaha"...an evil laugh...lol!

      Dennis - 2012-02-29 22:23

      @Alien42063: Thats it!!!!

      alansmartSnr - 2012-02-29 22:28

      @ ryan.macdougall.. you should have opened a bottle of Bells. What I like about this is not the immediate embarrasment but the long drawn out worry and pain he is still to suffer from appeals, begging for support and last but not least, his subjugation to the Hawks and most likely to SARS.He's got a long painfull road to walk till December..I'm not a sadist but this was one of the best days of my life.. The wheel has turned!

      JohncarlosBiza - 2012-02-29 22:32

      Gustav kiss = 'mwaaaaah' Laugh = 'mwahahaha' Unless, ofcourse, one is perverted.

      Gungets - 2012-02-29 22:35

      "Mwah" = kiss on Facebook.

      Irene - 2012-03-01 00:24

      Born ~ I want a refund of my tax money. What education did you have if you can't even spell? Can't wait for Maungunggung - it's going to be hilarious. Do you think if someone used a pin of the Fatboy he'll deflate?

      JohncarlosBiza - 2012-03-01 01:55

      Where/what is 'Maungunggung'?

      morecats - 2012-03-01 07:07

      This piece of trash will surface many times yet before he succumbs to some violent death or an African disease. Stupidity like his is hard to eradicate as his troop of self-confessed followers will keep on trying to push his idiotic views. When you have no drive, no work ethic and no will to educate yourself, this idiot that has all the same attributes but with a big mouth and stealing ability added, you have no choice but to follow his hollow promises....the alternative is to kill yourself!

      Juan - 2012-03-01 07:11

      Not so fast he will probably appeal with the NDCA. I don't think we have heard the last of this idiot quite yet.

      Janice - 2012-03-01 07:12

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Is he crying in the pic???

      John - 2012-03-01 07:17

      News24...im not a "thumb collector".... but if you find my comment offensive and worth to be deleted...its fine. That doesn't change opinions in more important things in this country.

      Doedelsak - 2012-03-01 07:18

      Journalist: “So, Julius, we hear you are the bread winner in the Malema family?” JuJu: “You see. People like saying all these sorts of things about me and its fine. Anyone who claims that I'm a bread winner must come forward with evidence and prove to the people that indeed, I entered a bread competition. According to my knowledge, I have never entered any bread competition. Bring the evidence - I'm not afraid.”

      deabreu - 2012-03-01 07:39

      GREAT NEWS!! All the racists in South Africa are now in TEARS that their leader has been expelled from the ANC. Down with racism! Down with Racists! Shame on Racism! Celebrate freedom, celebrate equality, celebrate a country where racism has NO place!

      Merven - 2012-03-01 07:42

      Now Juliarse must have some dignity and don't make a bigger fool of himself and just vanish to his farm.

      Leon - 2012-03-01 08:11

      Malema was a tiger with a golden leash (his affiliation to the ANC). A madman within a structure is still under a measure of control. I'm actually more scared of him now. It does not take brains to bring about a bloody revolution; on the contrary the blind faith in misplaced memes and ideologies fired by the charisma fueled by hate is enough to incite the ignorant masses. Hate and the absence of reason is far more destructive unleashed than controlled.

      adrien.mcguire - 2012-03-01 08:59

      This is a circus, an appeal about an appeal about an appeal about an appeal ..... and so on ! This is why little works in this country. Nobody can make a decision about anything!

      Nigel - 2012-03-01 09:01

      Adolf Hitler was jailed and expelled. Look what he did to the world a few years later. Don't write Juju off - he's far too toxic to assume he'll go away.

      shaun.shrosbree - 2012-03-01 09:25

      Justice and sanity prevail, didn't think the ANC had the balls. Now HAWKS and SARS go for the jugular

      Edward - 2012-03-01 12:32

      @all; a thought or two from the outside about Malema, SA, and Africa as a whole. First read "Africa's Forever Wars" This is what those in America think of Africa, if they think anything of Africa at all. If they think of SA then for many Americans the name Mandela rings a bell but then so does Zola Bud. I wouldn't be surprised if many in the West still think Mr. Mandela is president. I say these two seemingly disconnected things because I think this "American" view of Africa is instructive. First Americans and for the most part Westerners think Africa doesn't work. From time to time they hear news about Africa and it's always the same; tribe A is slaughtering tribe B or this gang of bandits has done this to some group of people usually involving the kidnapping of children to turn them into soldiers and raping women. When they think of SA they think of Mandela and his Rainbow Nation. We in the West are still living the delusional realm of the past. What this means to SA, I'm not a politician so I can't say from that point of view, but from the tourist point of view it means that when the West's view of SA moves out of 1995 and into 2012 and sees what is happening with with the increasing violence, the growing political unrest, and the potential for a Youth Revolt. After all hasn't Malema been calling for an economic revolution with the nationalization of the mines and the banks and taking of the farms without compensation. Next post

      Edward - 2012-03-01 12:44

      continued; What the west will see in all of this and remember they don't know SA well at all, is SA going down the same road that so much of Africa has already gone down. Maybe not as bad as Sudan or Somalia but certainly very much like Zim. What it will mean for SA, a growing disinvestment in SA with a declining tourist trade. I don't hear the ANC talk a lot about the tourist dollars, pounds, francs, ect. Even New York City's mayor talks about the impact of declining tourist dollars from the recession. My point; don't really have one just a few observations that I have as I read these comments, many of them hateful on both sides. It would be a shame for SA to descend into the hell that is so much of Africa. I have been to your country multiple times and would like to return. Again no clear point only observation. The West, for now, sees Africa and SA as two different places, but that can and will change if the violence and revolutionary rhetoric continues on both sides. The Malema "shoot the boer" singing and the Afrikaner camps to teach children to fight. It won't happen over night but it will happen but if things continue the West will just lump SA into the same pot as the rest of Africa and that would be a shame.

      Jimmy - 2012-03-01 14:34

      I don't get the image used in this article? Are his supporters happy that he was expelled? They seem to be celebrating?? WTF?? Maybe somebody should explain to them what "expelled" means..

      Boeretroos - 2012-03-01 20:44

      Malema is now going to start his own political party. The Loser Party. ( TLP ) He also cordially invites about 75% of the anc parliament to join him in striving for a bigger train wreck with haphazard cranky ideas.

      Smell - 2012-03-02 08:18

      Not sure why my previous comment was edited out - sloppy work News24 editor! Seems that either the self destructive Mugabe-Malema fans or the Extreme Right fans found it offensive. I take both of those possibilities as a compliment.

  • Dudley - 2012-02-29 21:54

    Finally, VIVA NEC VIVA. One request from the media. DO NOT GIVE THIS MAN ANY AIRTIME. Enough is enough.

      miyo27 - 2012-02-29 23:56

      When you say dont give him any airtime. I hope you're meaning air as in oxygen! Cos he's wasted enough already.

      Fredster - 2012-03-01 07:02

      yip. about time

      Jacqui - 2012-03-01 09:57

      Nigel, you think Malema can do the same?.

      Merven - 2012-03-02 07:27

      Ja but, if Malema disappear from the media we will be bombarded again with religious crap. There are two things people like to fight about: Malema and religion.

  • Brad.Kopping - 2012-02-29 21:55

    I one thing to say: NAHHH NAHH NAHH...NAHH NNAAAHH NAHH...HEYYYYYY GOOOODBYYYYYYE!!! FINALLY!!! :) :) :) good riddance!!

      Plop - 2012-02-29 22:46

      He is NOT gone yet that only happens in December...so nanan heyy heyyo helloooooo!!! he has two appeals left,, So very sad,so very true duh!!

      Anthony - 2012-02-29 22:52

      poop plop ahahahahahah

  • Pats - 2012-02-29 21:56

    You are the Weakest Link...Bye Bye

      Janice - 2012-03-01 07:13

      Brilliant comment Pats...

      S - 2012-03-01 09:03

      The tribe has spoken.

      S - 2012-03-01 09:03

      You're fired!

      Nigel - 2012-03-01 13:55

      you are the last team to arrive (li.e. late again)...sorry (not) to say that you have been eliminated from the race (for power & money)

  • Jeeves - 2012-02-29 21:56

    I think Malema is only getting started. As long as there are uneducated, hungry, hopeless youth out there, this guy has an audience!

      Jeeves - 2012-02-29 22:00

      Malema is just fruit on the tree. If we don't do something drastic about our education system and availability of internet (access to practical information and self education)we will be faced with 1 million uneducated, unemployed youth every year (current trend). Check out www.tsaa.co.za if you want to help fix the problem.

      Emma - 2012-02-29 22:15

      I think I'm more scared of him now than I ever have been before....

      Alastair - 2012-02-29 22:38

      This has been an interesting exercise. The ANC, like the society it represents, depends utterly on loyalty. What Malema has discovered is that it's not enough to proclaim your loyalty, over and over ("my blood runs black, green and gold") - you have to actually demonstrate your loyalty by conforming to party culture and practices. And chief among these is - don't rock the boat in public! The party bosses, for their part, love to proclaim that, rather than punishing mistakes, they forgive and nurture the offender. Malema's mistake was to continue rocking the boat after being threatened with suspension, pending appeal - in other words, when they offered him a hand up, he spat in their faces. Not too bright, our Julius. What will be fun, now, will be watching how the ANCYL reacts. Expect more polarization - some will be burning and stomping on posters with Juju's face, while others declare their undying loyalty and their intention to ignore or overcome their elders' decisions. It doesn't take much to figure out which group are (or want to be) getting a piece of the tender kickback action, and which group aren't. Only one thing is certain - someone else must be found to do what Juju did for the ANC - to test the waters of public opinion on issues which no office-bearer can possibly mention, such as nationalization and further marginalizing the white population.

      Plop - 2012-02-29 22:48

      very true Jeeves,,, obviously some very un informed people commenting here...December is D DAY for MAL- ENEMA... no sooner LOL!

      Paladonic - 2012-02-29 22:57

      Imagine ignorance and poverty as the rubbish heap and Crime, hopelessness & Malema as the rats. You can kill as many rats as you want but until you clean away the garbage heap they will just keep breeding! Until we get rid of ignorance, the rats will increase in number, increase in size and increase in courage! I guess you could say that The South African Advance is the cleaning crew. Join us! www.tsaa.co.za

  • Roann - 2012-02-29 21:57

    Well done from suspended to expelled. Time to have a toast on the little hope there is left for our beloved country

  • Adam - 2012-02-29 21:57

    :)

  • Kolobe - 2012-02-29 21:58

    that doesnt remove ancyl ideologies, the age group that will soon run the anc. only a matter of time before wealth along racial lines is sorted. black youth (majority) is more determined than ever

      Dennis - 2012-02-29 22:02

      @Kolobe: Look at the history of the ANC. When someone gets expelled no one wants anything to do with that person because that person is no use to them. That means no support. And that is politics in a nutshell. Goodbye.

      Cracker - 2012-02-29 22:05

      Wealth is no longer divided along racial lines. It is a lie. Malema certainly did not suffer from such a division. Why did he and his mates not share their fabulous riches with the poor? Instead they bragged with their bling.

      Sean - 2012-02-29 22:10

      @Kolobe- Bla bla bla bla - The youth are just a bunch of militant imbeciles !! Finally the ANC did something right !!

      Omnivore - 2012-02-29 22:16

      Only ONE way to "sort" wealth: hard work and brains. Your way has been tried all over the continent. Like what you see??

      Michele - 2012-02-29 22:22

      In my eyes the ANC have gained credibility by getting rid of these self serving fools. Perhaps now the league will start concentrating on what they should be concentrating again which are youth issues such as education , job skills etc etc etc

      goyougoodthing - 2012-02-29 22:25

      wealth isn't racial kid

      Francois - 2012-02-29 22:30

      Kolobe, please go and create a political party of your own with Juju and one with nationalisation of mines and banks as your ideology. Then the whole country will know who and how many support the idea. Remember this will be a change to the constitution that will require a two thirds majority, something the ANC on its own does not have. Then wealth amongst racial line is being sorted, the group with the biggest spending power is actually, guess what, black. The per capita spending of young blacks are more than that of young whites, but you will not acknowledge that, will you?

      Anthony - 2012-02-29 22:37

      Sorry, "Vusi" can't be here tonite, he is busy studying to be a full time con artist!!!!!!!!!

      Francois - 2012-02-29 22:37

      Kolobe, history has also dictated that anyone who cannot spell properly should go and ask my tax that I paid for education back. Please get on with it.

      Ali - 2012-02-29 23:09

      Only HARD work and EDUCATION will sort out wealth between racial lines kolobs.

      Alfred - 2012-02-29 23:46

      The ANCYL is pretty good at stealing so I can only imagine that you'd be capable of "sorting" wealth along racial lines but what do you intend to do about sorting out brains along racial lines? Are you going to pull the race card and blame me for the fact that you're a blithering, empty headed imbecile?

      Joao - 2012-03-01 00:18

      South Africa is the only country in the world where affirmative action is in the favour of the majority who has complete political control. The fact that the political majority requires affirmative action to protect them against a 7% minority group is testament to a complete failure on their part to build their own wealth making structures, such that their only solution is to take it from others.

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 01:38

      This country including its ruling party has learnt a great deal through this ordeal enough so so as to not allow the same mistake/s to happen again before anything can get out of control again! ( Hopefully)

      Francois - 2012-03-01 06:46

      Thus Magnus Malan and PW Botha and Eugene Terreblanche and Lords Kitchener and Milner were good for humanity! Thanks for clarifying that, Kolobe!

      Saamprater - 2012-03-01 06:51

      kolobe you chop. Who in Zim is "sharing" wealth? Who under Idi Amin was sharing wealth? Who in the USSR was sharing wealth? They all shared one common thing though. A bullet. Sorry to say old chap, but if you want something you will have to work for it. That other stupid ideology you "hang" onto is just that, an ideology that have never and can never work. If it was to work, why don't your comrade Malema share the 50million + he has in his bank account with the hungry and needy? See, this is all a trick to get you to support him while he is enriching himself. Big business isn't your enemy chops, they create wealth for countries, and one day, when you have a brainwave and come up with an idea that will create real sustainable jobs, I trust that you will be richly awarded. Sad to say, but that is the cold hard reality of the real world out there. Now drop your racist suit and clothe yourself with some guts and go and create and be rewarded. Hamba now!!

      deabreu - 2012-03-01 07:40

      GREAT NEWS!! All the racists in South Africa are now in TEARS that their leader has been expelled from the ANC. Down with racism! Down with Racists! Shame on Racism! Celebrate freedom, celebrate equality, celebrate a country where racism has NO place!

      Anthony - 2012-03-01 07:56

      @Deabreu, EXACTLY, and that's why, let us be very carefull of certain characters, like this "Vusi" , that they don't propagate racism and hatred for Black Africans, through a most slimy manor. This guy is a fraud and a con artist !!!!!!

      jackivdm - 2012-03-01 08:03

      Kolobe, do you think that the ANCYL is the first movement in the history of the world to try and "redistribute" wealth? There has been and will always be wealthy and poor people. Wealthy people create wealth, they don't take it, which is why they will always be wealthy. One day they will lose everything they have, just to gain it all back again the next day. Unfortunately, the wealthy people are also those who supply jobs to the poor people and who supply the handouts the poor receive in the form of the exorbitant taxes they have to pay. If there were no wealthy people to create jobs and pay taxes - do you know how much poorer the poor people would be? The youth should go learn their history before opening a can of worms they can't close again.

      betsy.compaan - 2012-03-01 08:10

      @kolobe, and what about Indians, Coloureds, Asians and Whites? Or do no other creeds or colors deserve anything? Correct me if I am wrong but your mentally reminds me of something...sure the word starts with an A...oh yes! Apartheid. See it's very easy to become the evil that you fear

      Morama - 2012-03-01 08:29

      @Saamprater.You are like the most here.YOu only read what the reported has written down,i wish you could have listened to David brown yesterday on 702,he is more than prepared to give 51% of implats shares in Zimbabwe!!! Keep in mind that South Africa is no 1 in platinum and zim is 2.Take your flipping head out of your @ss and start listening to life news not this biased news24!!!

      morecats - 2012-03-01 08:32

      Why don't you and the rest of the Joof Leak troop try something innovative and fresh to gather wealth........like WORK, you chop!!

      Jacqui - 2012-03-01 10:02

      Kolobe, have you ever heard about working for your wealth?. Stop these veiled, childish threats, no one takes you seriously.

      Elton - 2012-03-02 13:37

      @Kolobe why don't you get rich from industries that is *ALREADY* nationalised? Do you know that well run telecomms and airline companies makes much much more money than mines? Why are you not rich from Telkom and SAA? Think Brother think, think hard, because you are being so dumb it is surreal... Where is your money from SAA man????? Where?

  • Christopher Zoony De Croes - 2012-02-29 22:01

    he will appeal & that will take forever so donnt get excited . sigh

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 02:10

      This mad mallem ma thought he could step into our former graciouce's Madiba,'s shoes by trying to make a name for himself - something that Marina did not even have to do, it came nastgurally and Marina earned his respect - he did not "deserve" respect from his followers! That is what is what this mad man male ma was doing. Bribing /buying respect has and never will " earn " people's respect period! News 24 please find another topic to write about now as this chop is feeding going all the frenzy he is getting free of charge through you right now! I know that this whole case brought you many readers aboard, but we still love you and will read all your articles in future as long as it does not contain any reference to anything about male ma or his lifestyle etc. Can you do that for us guys please. We want to hear about nice and good stories of old ladies who's petunias won the recent flower show at Knew flower festival etc. Enough hatred/murder/politics for a while please - give our brains time to recuperate please!?

      John - 2012-03-01 04:34

      Christopher. Somebody please encourage him to start his own party and take all his wankers with him. This way it will dilute the cANCer and narrow the odds for a DA victory.

  • lebo.bucibo - 2012-02-29 22:01

    Agg shame. Must look for a job like everyone else.

      Phuti - 2012-02-29 22:21

      I heard that he has more than 53 m in his account.

      Alfred - 2012-02-29 22:26

      Yeh, I heard the same Phuti. Not bad for a guy claiming to earn R20k a month with over R10 million in assets.

      Mantsho - 2012-02-29 22:56

      Where is Madonzela? to find out how did he get this money, criminal!

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 02:12

      SARS and Assets Forfeiture Unit are on standby :-) :-) :-)

      Kevin - 2012-03-01 05:56

      Hawks investigation into fatboy will be reason for a party

      makesuthink - 2012-03-01 06:39

      Guys I know for a fact that SARS are investigating all of Madbuckets financial matters and so are the Hawks. it is very possible that he will be a lodger in his granmother's house before September and doing a Johnny Walker (keep on walking) because the asset forfeiture unit will have taken his house,farm,cars and Brietling watch

      Pieter - 2012-03-01 09:51

      @Phuti - I want the number of his financial advisor, cause he only gets R23000 pay a month!

  • malcolm.molver - 2012-02-29 22:02

    The thing is he can appeal. Why? He was found guilty and appealed against that. Now he can appeal against the appeal decision? It doesn't make sense.

      Marion - 2012-02-29 22:16

      @Malcolm. Sadly the ANC Disciplinary Procedure reads something like this. 1.1 You have the right to appeal any decision by the NDC. See 27.8. 27.8 You have the right to appeal any decision by the NDC. See 1.1. 1.1.... need I go on? This will not be finished for at least another year and they will probably allow him to keep his position until all his avenues of appeal are finished. By which time we will all be finished.

      stefan.grundlingh - 2012-02-29 22:43

      Look at it this way. The more he appeals, especially with the way he goes about doing it, the more the powers that be realise that they can spend their time more productively (like by watching paint dry) and the more EVERYONE gets to deny him the appeals. At the end he will know beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is not welcome.

      Mantsho - 2012-02-29 22:58

      L dont understand this appeal appeal, appeal after appeal, get rid of this rabbit once and for all.

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 02:15

      Would you return back to your work after clearly knowing that EVERYONE hates your big fat guts? This male ma is living on planet Zorro!

      Saamprater - 2012-03-01 06:56

      Nothing the cANCer does makes sense

  • Tendy Nedombs - 2012-02-29 22:02

    Good bye Malema, it is time for you to start your opposition party.

  • Adil Smit - 2012-02-29 22:03

    The ANC expelling wealthy businessman, Julius Malema - how is that to be blamed on whites. He has repeatedly disrespected the party - surely he should accept responsibility for his behaviour?

      gillian.d.toit - 2012-03-01 07:08

      It is hardly surprising that our friend turned to racist comments as his demise became more probable. Only he understands how whites are to blame for his problems.

  • Mark Jones - 2012-02-29 22:03

    What a fantastic end to the day. Now its time for the Hawks and SARS.Go get him boys.

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 02:21

      Hawks, Eagles, Sparrows, Lions...... oh yes and SARS just wrapping up their case - soon he will be sleeping in one of his mine-shafts like his toi-toing cronies that are striking while he cares a sh..t about them and their families - just bringing out the true side f him once again by the way - "Selfishness".

  • Tony - 2012-02-29 22:03

    Oops .... Now, about SARS ...... and what about some jail time ? All the older youth leaguers did some jail time.

  • Melanie Purge - 2012-02-29 22:04

    now juju will expose them, he will not go down alone....watch

  • Leendert - 2012-02-29 22:04

    Really, how many appeal can be instituted by this bloke, another 3 still?????

  • Simon Mtshwene - 2012-02-29 22:05

    He will be back. #opinion

      duzi.dxulu - 2012-02-29 22:20

      you wish.

      Nicola Erasmus - 2012-02-29 22:43

      Hasta la vista, Juju. #opinion (sorry, couldn't resist :D)

      Mikkel - 2012-02-29 23:53

      |_|> - As you can clearly see my care cup is empty about your opinion and so are all of the people who disliked your comment.

      gillian.d.toit - 2012-03-01 07:09

      Unfortunately I agree. This man is a nightmare that just has no end.

  • jurgen.eksteen - 2012-02-29 22:05

    Tears come too late ...

  • rooibok1 - 2012-02-29 22:05

    what the faark?....NDCA??...how many other comittees can he apeal after this judgement??? a faarking joke!!

  • Kim - 2012-02-29 22:07

    GO JOIN YOUR YOUTH IN THE UNEMPLOYMENT LINE

      Francois - 2012-02-29 22:16

      It is alleged that he has R53 mil in his bank account. We need SARS and Thuli Madonsela to have a go at that, before he stands in that queue.

      alansmartSnr - 2012-02-29 22:41

      I think we should all applaud the ANC Leadership for at last showing some b)lls and doing the right thing according to their rules. It must have taken some courage from them to stand by their principals. For once I admire a dicision they'd made.

      Michael - 2012-03-01 00:23

      @Kim, bwaaaaahaaaahahahahaaa. sharp wit, hun

  • Staalburger - 2012-02-29 22:08

    It really is good to see that no one is untouchable. For quite some time I thought he had carte blanche to do whatever he wanted (or what the puppetmasters wanted). Or is this all part of a plan of the powers that be?

  • Sonnique Kagiso - 2012-02-29 22:09

    Wat ever u do today u will get a reward of it tomoro. Is tym he face n pay back wat he was doin yesterday

  • Nyiko Ngobeni - 2012-02-29 22:10

    These processes take time, 3 more appeals to go. But in a sense, it shows the anc has follows due process no matter who's charged because all members can use the processes. Anyways for Juju it seems hopeless

      Plop - 2012-02-29 22:50

      2 processes tyvm LOL

      Heiku - 2012-03-01 07:36

      Three more bandwagons for n24 to jump on then. ALL ABOARD!

  • duzi.dxulu - 2012-02-29 22:14

    now we know where we are going.this young boy he has no respect for the elders.he is history now.byyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.

      Omnivore - 2012-02-29 22:22

      one time

  • Orapeleng Molosiwa - 2012-02-29 22:14

    Some people are only protecting themselves,he helped make them presidents now they stab him in the back,...,their time will also come and I l surely buy a vuvuzela by then...

      Omnivore - 2012-02-29 22:48

      pfft

      Towtruck - 2012-02-29 23:18

      Maybe you will buy a Vuvuzela IF you can afford one! May he rot in jail.

      Mikkel - 2012-02-29 23:55

      #Orapeleng . . . Not sure if you're trolling or just plain stupid or maybe both??

      Michael - 2012-03-01 00:27

      mamparra - Julius helped make JZ/Mbeki presidents? he was still in his !@#$%^ nappies man, good god go and learn some history if you can read. don't worry about the vuvuzela, I'll buy one for you, and guess where I'm gonna shove it?

      Saamprater - 2012-03-01 07:01

      OP you chop. Who in Zim is "sharing" wealth? Who under Idi Amin was sharing wealth? Who in the USSR was sharing wealth? They all shared one common thing though. A bullet. Sorry to say old chap, but if you want something you will have to work for it. That other stupid ideology you "hang" onto is just that, an ideology that have never and can never work. If it was to work, why don't your comrade Malema share the 50million + he has in his bank account with the hungry and needy? See, this is all a trick to get you to support him while he is enriching himself. Big business isn't your enemy chops, they create wealth for countries, and one day, when you have a brainwave and come up with an idea that will create real sustainable jobs, I trust that you will be richly rewarded. Sad to say, but that is the cold hard reality of the real world out there. Now drop your racist suit and clothe yourself with some guts and go and create and be rewarded. Hamba now!!

  • Omnivore - 2012-02-29 22:14

    One of them most dishonest and sneaky things politicians do is to make the organisation or cause they supposedly represent equal to themselves. F- you Julius. You are not the ANC, you are not ANCYL. You represent only Julius.

      Jacqui - 2012-03-01 10:15

      Denise, The ANC like to send their flops as Ambassadors overseas. Maybe Malema is the next one. Heavens, I can just imagine him representing South Africa.Oh dear.

  • Martin - 2012-02-29 22:14

    I actually hoped they would deport him... like... to somewhere other than here.

      stefan.grundlingh - 2012-02-29 22:46

      Mugabe likes him, but the Zimbabweans need a break... Botswana doesn't care much for him... Maybe he can go look for a job in Orania.

      Denise - 2012-02-29 22:54

      Actually, sending him to Botswana seems like a good idea. They could do with another street-sweeper.

      Anthony - 2012-02-29 22:59

      what about the moon the backside of it

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 02:48

      Don't worry Martin, he will soon have to flee the country for his own safety - his cronies which can't think for themselves are going to be very upset at him! Zimbabwe will most likely become his new place of residency for the rest if his crumbling life! Him and his accomplace, m..g..be are boeties and will share the same house with bulletproof windows/or live in an abandoned mine shaft - they are both from planet Zorro, they understand each other well :-)

      frans.h.marais - 2012-03-01 04:50

      Deport him to us here in Australia. He won't last long in a country that upholds the law...and it may be a little too white here for his taste...we'll sort him out! No worries, mate!

      markus.venter - 2012-03-02 22:13

      yes send him to the imperialist capital of the Netherlands.

  • Scouter - 2012-02-29 22:16

    Enter now the Hawks & SARS, if I am not very much mistaken. Next stop prison - if for no other reason than to get you safely out of the way Julius. I am afraid you have been shafted by the very elders you ridiculed. BTW if this were the Zimbabwe you are so fond of, you would have had a car accident by now.

      hnndlovu - 2012-02-29 22:38

      There goes the woodwork boy..... this is the best news to come out of Luthuli House.... C Max in Pretoria next to Jackie Selebi's room fat boy is your next destination

      alansmartSnr - 2012-02-29 22:49

      Apart from what SARS finds or doesn't the Hawks will and all his riches will probably get attached by the Sheriff. Wonder where he will get bus fare to get to Bloemfontein(I prefer that name to Magueng or whatever}

      Makiba - 2012-02-29 23:29

      JUJU must start collecting scrap metal with his father and have a taste of his own medicine

      Irene - 2012-03-01 00:29

      Makiba ~ The Fatboy doesn't know who his father is.

  • Perfume - 2012-02-29 22:16

    This leap year I will never forget as long as I live - Malema was EXPELLED this day - he can appeal in 2016 which will be the next leap year lmao!!!!

  • ndzalamah - 2012-02-29 22:17

    Now he can concentrate on his farm n tenders

  • Irene - 2012-02-29 22:17

    Bye Bye Fatboy! Bye Bye!

      Riaan - 2012-03-01 06:07

      Cristopher.machimane is are for not a verry delicious spelling writer

      betsy.compaan - 2012-03-01 08:18

      @christopher, please stop insulting Mandela by comparing him and Julias. Julias has no respect for anyone and sows hate, I give respect to those who deserve it not those who demand it. If you think he is your saviour then I feel sorry for you cause he will steal the jacket off your back in a snowstorm, he is a DICTATOR in the making. You mean NOTHING to him

  • marnusmnorval - 2012-02-29 22:17

    Good riddance of bad rubbish

      Mikkel - 2012-02-29 23:56

      Dota2 > all btw :D even JubJub and his buddies !

      marnusmnorval - 2012-02-29 23:59

      Die ou maak my siel kots die klip kop riool aborsie mislukking

  • Shadho - 2012-02-29 22:19

    haha! As much as so many people want this whole fiasco put to bed and into the annals of history and move like normal human beings. Its is only over when its over, sad but true. Sadly this fiasco is far from over and we normal citizens of no matter what culture or creed, will in all likely hood be faced with more squandering of public funds on Mal-enema and his cronies etc etc. for many more months... as is said "such are the days of our lives" in South Africa. Its "dog eat dog" while the majority suffers the consequences of someone like JuJu MALENEMA'S and his inner circle, although it must be said not just MALENEMA'S inner circle, aspirations of greed for self wealth and grandeur and surmised fame, etc. So sad all his puppets fail to see or understand his motif operandae! But then again this is AFRICA!

  • Lekgwakgwa - 2012-02-29 22:21

    Sorry for Limpopo boy I hope Mathale he will follow soon.

      Makiba - 2012-02-29 23:31

      Go thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaata banna. Own Goal JUJU.

  • Bernard - 2012-02-29 22:25

    WHOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAA, I'm so happy... until he manages to side step this one :-(

  • Bernard - 2012-02-29 22:25

    One Racist, one verdict!!!

  • smshongwe - 2012-02-29 22:25

    like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,like,..........................all the way

  • Mona Grant - 2012-02-29 22:27

    Halleluja-this will be probably the only time in my life I will say well done to the ANC! Isn't karma just such a bit*h!

      Plop - 2012-02-29 22:42

      Mona he can still appeal dear and dont forget this is Africa...stranger things have happened LOL!

  • cassie.kruger1 - 2012-02-29 22:28

    This is far from over he must feel now how Mbeki felt but I am afraid there are more in the likes of Zuma that will fall due to this move. As the 40 year ols youth in the anc see this as a stab in the back and not action against a naughty child.

      Thabani Mthethwa Alfred - 2012-02-29 22:43

      Which youth are you talking abt coz i am a card holding member and glad that this malema is expelled!!

      cassie.kruger1 - 2012-02-29 22:54

      Alfred, Well I must say as in a previous block thanks to the once that see the light My comment was more at the people stating that he is a victim of the white minority, and of course thatit is a move to get him out of the way, Yet we all know he did this to himself with his continued defiance and ill dicipline. Sorry if I have offended you by not being clear.

  • Mpumza Mbaxa - 2012-02-29 22:29

    The is a special place in Hell for the Dumb Malema and that white Satanist Peter "Wikipedia" Mulder.

      Saamprater - 2012-03-01 07:06

      MM, just because he fights the racist laws in this country and actually knows his history (the real history, not the one drunken old men tells around a campfire) he is your Satan. Well so be it then, because it's time the real history is told as we need to resist all racist laws and laws based on race in this country. No getting away from that, some will just join later

  • Jonathan - 2012-02-29 22:31

    "Malema was...writing exams in Polokwane"" - still struggling to pass grade 1 Juliass?

  • Gungets - 2012-02-29 22:34

    Yeah right. Read the article. He can still go to the national disciplinary committee of appeal (NDCA), then the ANC's national executive committee (remember that Stompies Stamper is on the NEC), then the party’s national conference in December. Then the Supreme Court, the Appeal Court and then the Concourt. He will die of old age before he runs out of appeals.

      Sipho Jimmy Mvukuzo - 2012-02-29 22:39

      Lol,hahahahahaha! Thts hilarious man.

  • Herman - 2012-02-29 22:35

    How many bloody processess does this criminal incompetent anc regime have????

      Leonard Lenny Sambo - 2012-02-29 23:11

      Herman, these are ppl like you who will make more Juliuses to emerge. Now you calling the ANC an incompetent regime, so since well you know too much about the comeptent and not competent, so who are the competent ppl or regime, party or organization?

      Jacqui - 2012-03-01 10:22

      Leonard, are you telling us the government is competent?. What a load of baloney. They can't even clean acid mine water and keep roads without potholes. The only competency they have is dining and looking after number one. Give me a break.

  • Tebogo - 2012-02-29 22:35

    AT LAST EISH ....................................HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

      christopher.machimane - 2012-03-01 01:29

      U DO NOT THINK LIKE YOUTH U WIL REMEMBER HIM ONE DAY.

      Sharon - 2012-03-01 22:23

      christopher,read your comment carefully then think about what you wrote- now be a good boy and go slap yourself you illiterate idiot

  • Edwin Malose - 2012-02-29 22:39

    That was long overdue.i salute those who came to such conclusion.go to hell and die there malema dnt even appeal u wasting our time and resorces.

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 08:01

      Male ma you should be too embarassed to show your face anywhere in public ever again! You obviously did not get the message the first time you dumb ignorant naive d...s! The media should boycot anymore publicity on you, there are more important things to be concerned about right now, now that you are off the map for good! This verdict is all that the whole country was waiting to hear about - now f.....k. off!

  • Andre Vd Merwe - 2012-02-29 22:43

    A complementary victory to sensible South Africans, racism amongst so called politicians is merely a case of the blind leading the blind. Happy days Julius

      Cracker - 2012-03-01 00:36

      @ Elliot... Which lawyers? Name the lawyers who took the decisions.

      Cracker - 2012-03-01 00:38

      @ Elliot... Just one more lie in defense of a crook.

  • Sifiso - 2012-02-29 22:48

    Whooop Whoop whoop, Jail is your next destination. Goodby economic woodwork fighter

  • Lindiwe Ngema Precious - 2012-02-29 22:49

    Politics is all abt backstabing,selfsuffiency etc so he is gone bt i think ppl used him as a stepping stone and off course they achieved what they wanted then kicked him out. This was supposed to be stopped earlier when he was the man behind sacking of president Mbeki bt nothing happened top leaders were quiet and now when he start barking on them they couldnt stand the heat. Well thats politics and its dirty works.

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 08:07

      This was just the cherry on the cake for the leaders! Good on you leaders, you did not just make my day with the outcome that was announced, but made my whole lifetime, if you get what I mean! That's how strongly I feel about this prick that disriputed not only you but the entire countries future!

  • Sifiso - 2012-02-29 22:51

    Julius will appeal even though he has no reason to appeal. He's like an Indian bowler

      Plop - 2012-02-29 23:05

      @ Sifiso... he was given out on a NO BALL... so we all have to wait till December for the third umpire to rule on the decision LOL... such bad luck we having huh LOL

      arthurbrigg - 2012-03-01 02:22

      Hahahah! Well said Sifiso!

      Gcwabe-KaMavovo - 2012-03-01 07:38

      Lmao. I just have this image of Harbhajan Singh appealing every ball.

      Bluemast - 2012-03-01 08:13

      The only appeal mal ema will get is the the one that he thinks with. - between his legs! Sorry he forgot to wear his box during the appeal! It could have saved his brain from the no-ball...... :-)

      Pieter - 2012-03-01 09:53

      That is a brilliant comment Sifiso.