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Julius Malema showed no remorse - ANC

2012-03-01 07:28

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema has been expelled from the ANC for sowing division in its ranks.

This means he would have to vacate his position as youth league president, but he has been given 14 days to appeal the decision to the ANC’s national disciplinary committee of appeal (NDCA).

After hearing his pleas in mitigation of his initial five-year suspension, the ANC’s national disciplinary committee (NDC) on Wednesday night said it had become convinced that suspension would not “achieve the purpose of rehabilitating” Malema.

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

'Repeat offender'

In its long-awaited 10-page statement, released late on Wednesday, NDC chairperson Derek Hanekom said Malema was a “repeat offender”.

Malema had been found guilty of two “serious offences” in under two years, showed no remorse, and was not prepared to be disciplined by the ANC.

This was viewed in a very serious light by the ANC, Hanekom said.

Malema’s “unrepentant attitude and non-acceptance of the findings of the disciplinary machinery of the ANC” counted against him in his mitigation hearing.

Hanekom said the NDC was “particularly disturbed” by evidence given during the hearing in mitigation of his sentence earlier this month.

Even though Malema vowed to subject himself to party discipline, he said:
- under cross-examination, that he did not agree with the national disciplinary committee of appeal’s NDCA decision to uphold the verdict against him;
- that he was not persuaded by the NDCA’s findings and will continue to challenge the income internally because he was unfairly found guilty;
- that the “real battle will start” after the disciplinary hearings “when the ANC has to persuade the youth”.

This last statement, according to the ANC, “constitutes a threat and is tantamount to holding the ANC to ransom”.

Hanekom said Malema had a right to disagree with the NDC’s initial findings, announced in November, but his refusal to accept the NDCA’s findings was “clearly untenable”.

Reneged on membership oath

By implication this meant “the likelihood of him respecting the ANC constitution is remote”.

Hanekom said Malema was “in effect reneging on his membership oath”.

The expulsion brings Malema’s eventful political career closer to the abyss.

The NDCA could still decide to overturn the expulsion and convert it back into a suspension. If Malema 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 NDC decided on the final verdict, and informed party prosecutors as well as ANC officials about it.

The process took all afternoon 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 the decision.

Suspensions


League spokesperson Floyd Shivambu had his three-year suspension from the ANC upheld. Hanekom said he had shown remorse for swearing at a journalist, but no remorse for saying that the Botswana government should be overthrown.

This “brought the ANC into disrepute and undermined the ANC’s commitment to repsenct the sovereignty of states”, Hanekom said.

Both his offences were regarded as “serious”, Hanekom said.

League secretary-general Sindiso Magaqa’s membership of the ANC will be suspended for three years if he was found guilty again of misconduct within the next three years.

He was also told to apologise to Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba within 15 days for defaming him.

Shivambu and Magaqa have also been given 14 days to appeal.

The ANC on Wednesday night said in a statement it welcomed and respected the findings. “We call on our members and those of our leagues to respect this decision,” party spokesperson Jackson Mthembu said.

The league said in a statement earlier on Wednesday that it would not be commenting on the verdict.

Comments
  • Andrew - 2012-03-01 07:36

    How many more appeals? It is amazing this saga has been on the go for months and it seems no end is in sight, will no body in the ANC stand up and be counted so as to end this fiasco, not to mention the taxpayer money expended by use of government members<

      DrGonzoSA - 2012-03-01 08:03

      He's digging himself into a deeper hole every time he appeals. Keep on appealing please.

      Gigo - 2012-03-01 08:22

      Andrew please if you are not Anc member just keep quite, appeal is part of Anc constitution

      Mike - 2012-03-01 08:29

      @sqanja - what is your problem - this is nothing to do with ANC membership - it is to do with how many times a person can and should be allowed to appeal - it is a joke - just like the anc is just a joke - you idiot

      marnusmnorval - 2012-03-01 08:30

      Sganja.. Go away you illiterate ass.

      Gigo - 2012-03-01 08:38

      marnusmnorval -I won't go that low to respond to your stupid post.

      Papa-storm - 2012-03-01 08:40

      this is his last last last appeal andrew i hope this laaitie's enjoys his cattle farming alot

      Mike - 2012-03-01 08:56

      @Sganja : You just did!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Ditantane - 2012-03-01 08:59

      in fact after this appeal he still have another one with the NEC, so it aint over yet. and the last decision can only be made in mangaung.

      procold2 - 2012-03-01 09:00

      andrew i am with janine let him keep on appealing looks like every time his situation gets worse.

      Conrad - 2012-03-01 09:05

      Sganja, raak jy bietjie opgewerk ou bul? Jou Julius het die verkeerde leeu se bal gekielie!As jy nie verstaan nie, trek die ou woordeboek nader. Sterkte!

      Allan - 2012-03-01 09:23

      Sganja, you just did..."you imperialist are relieved that Malema was expelled? Oh boy wait it's just the beginning no retreat no surrender." You are just Malema's little puppet, while the majority of the population sits in squalor, he drives around with a self-inflated ego living in the lap of luxury and blaming Apartheid for everything, while I do not support the Apartheid regime, it has been 20 years of ANC control, so the ANC needs to start to take responsibility for it's own actions. You do realise that imperialism ended when South Africa became its own republic after the Boer War. I suppose this is the result of our governments education policy, to degrade education with the sole purpose or keeping the masses dumb and ignorrant so that they will believe what ever their leaders spew out of their mouths.

      agreement1984 - 2012-03-01 10:07

      Uyabedza.. wena.. Uyeva..

      Mano-Lee - 2012-03-01 11:36

      @sganja - governing is not an anc trait - look at mbeki, zuma... hell, the whole anc goverment. PS: i voted Mandela, does that disqualify me from commenting?

      Patrick - 2012-03-01 13:01

      @Sganja - Just curious, if you are a member of the ANC and regular frequent the News24 forums, surely what you say can be used against the ANC at some point? For example in the past you have said some very risky things, surely those statements do nothing but show the real nature of the ANC? For example a few weeks back you openly expressed your intent to cause friction on here, can that not be seen as the ANC's view of leadership and clearly illustrate an intent to divide society as a ruling party? If you are indeed a member of the ANC your job here should be to show the leadership of your party as opposed to showing that your party is ready to argue with the people who helped elect it to power in the first place? Potentially as a member of the ANC, some of your comments could bring the ANC into disrepute, for example any racist comments could be brought against the ANC because they are against the ANC's constitution and you have openly expressed that you are in fact a representative. If you hadn't made it clear that you are an ANC member said comments cannot be held against your party, however after expressing that you are a member of said party your comments can be seen as direct expressions of the party you represent.

      agoosen - 2012-03-01 14:42

      @Sganja: Juli-Ass will appeal, even if there is no reason to appeal...he is like an Indian bowler...

  • Elle-Black - 2012-03-01 07:39

    Why the constant appeals? It's either you are guilty or you are not if you are then you serve your punishment,I really dont want to say this but it seems the ANC it becoming a mickey mouse party. i dont understand what the indecisiveness is about,just tell him to go already.

      Born - 2012-03-01 11:03

      elleblack juz get yoself anc constitution n u wl ovastand the internal process of the anc,n stop xposing you stupid ignorance n stop engaging wen u don hev facts!!!

      Heiku - 2012-03-01 12:30

      Born, have you ever considered that the ANC constitution could possibly be wrong? Or maybe it can be amended. That is how people make society a better place for the next generation.

      Sinudeity - 2012-03-01 14:43

      heiku Have you also considered that the southafrican constitution could be wrong and needs to be ammended?

      Elle-Black - 2012-03-02 07:59

      @ Born just get yourself a copy of the Oxford dictionary and learn to spell.

  • Edward Serfontein - 2012-03-01 07:40

    Off the topic, I heard a cockroach can live up to three days with it's head removed from it's body. Is that true?

      braamc - 2012-03-01 07:44

      Perhaps not so off the topic

      Marion - 2012-03-01 07:50

      @Edward - actually it is more like a week... can go for about a month without eating sushi but cannot go more than a week without whiskey - that is why the eventually die with their heads chopped off, cos they can't drink without a mouth. Does that help?

      Edward Serfontein - 2012-03-01 08:00

      Lmao! yes, it does.

  • David - 2012-03-01 07:49

    This useless piece of s#$t honestly believes he did nothing wrong. Eish, I would rather be expelled from the anc than have them kick me out.

      Marion - 2012-03-01 07:55

      Wonder when he will realize that with every appeal he is likely to get a worse sanction 'cos he doesn't know how to connect his brain and his tongue.

      ivan.coetzee2 - 2012-03-01 07:55

      Being expelled abd being kicked out is kinda the same thing, you dont think?

      Mouldy - 2012-03-01 07:56

      Say what?

      Sinudeity - 2012-03-01 14:46

      You are the bigger useless piece of s%^&. Malema will get our votes if he starts a new party.

  • ivan.coetzee2 - 2012-03-01 07:53

    Why would he show remorse, as far as he is concerned any wrondoing he is accused of was as a result of Apartheid and the devil, the bloody agent.

  • brionyl.french - 2012-03-01 08:03

    duh????

  • sandy.langenstrass - 2012-03-01 08:09

    The fact that Malema doesn't even think that the politicaly incorrect things he said are wrong, shows that politics is not the game he should be in, one of the requirements is discretion.Can not believe he says he has done nothing wrong... he has such a huge opinion of himself...it's his arrogance that makes intelligent people ware of him.

      Sinudeity - 2012-03-01 14:47

      How are they politically wrong?All the things were said by someone else at some point in time,nobody was expelled.

      sandy.langenstrass - 2012-03-01 17:37

      What politician did you ever hear insult the leader of the opposition, by calling her a "Cockroach"..also blatantly saying shot the Boer, when he should rather be trying to build race relations... Where will YOU get your food from if we had all the farmers killed? PLEASE RETHINK THIS OVER..OUR FARMERS ARE VITAL TO OUR SURVIVAL. I cann't believe you do not see this.

  • Linda - 2012-03-01 08:11

    The only appeal I would be interested in is an appeal to journalists to stop all coverage related to this a-hole. I am heartily sick of seeing his face and reading the crap that he speaks in every newspaper. He is the Black Paris Hilton. He would go to the opening of an envelope if meant getting publicity - and the journalists pander to him. Enough already!

      Marion - 2012-03-01 08:19

      @Linda .... go to the opening of an envelope... like that.

  • Gary - 2012-03-01 08:12

    is this Juju story ever gonna end, this sh*t is too old now....we need to move on from this,

  • Genesistt - 2012-03-01 08:13

    And what happens after December? Will he be out then? They keep saying "Ok, here's your punishment. Now go appeal, but keep running your mouth as ANCYL leader in the meantime." This is just ridiculous! If he's out, he must be out. Finish and klaar!

  • Ali - 2012-03-01 08:14

    Di tla bowa mos...

      kasamkelo - 2012-03-01 08:17

      Ya boss, kuzonyiwa

      Kerry - 2012-03-01 08:24

      huh?

  • Ali - 2012-03-01 08:15

    Di tla bowa mos...

      Nick - 2012-03-01 11:51

      ek stem hy is dom......

  • cwboshoff - 2012-03-01 08:19

    Lol, I wonder how many more apeals they are gooijg to allow before this is over... I thought this was going to be the last one! Malema should now just give up, it's over, take your bags and go, he's not gonna change as proved by the statements he made about white people to the mine workers the other day! He's just gonna continue making crap.

  • Terry - 2012-03-01 08:21

    Looks like this circus still has a long way to run - with appeals to this body, and appeals to that body. Enough already - just get it over with!

  • Buskien - 2012-03-01 08:24

    Am not supprised by the expulsion of Mr Malema, this is the the policy of the ANC this day. Surely u made the opposition happy and your members unhappy, therefore you are on you own now. For DA you can strike now.

  • Kerry - 2012-03-01 08:26

    Julius Malema please die!

  • Marion - 2012-03-01 08:27

    If the NDCA upholds the decision of the NDC, then Malema can appeal to the NEC. Anyone who is interested to see who the current NEC is can go to this link and try to estimate for themselves who is likely to support him and who is unlikely to support him. http://www.anc.org.za/show.php?id=4769

      Marion - 2012-03-01 08:29

      Oh yes, forgot to mention Malema is number 98 on the list of names... presume he will be given a vote too.

  • Raymond - 2012-03-01 08:42

    Can somebody please correct me if I'm wrong - This hearing of yesterday was the appeal against his suspension, which he failed. In another article and on the radio news he has two weeks to appeal the outcome of yesterday's verdict. If he fails in that again, his "last resort" is the conference in December where they can again decide to overturn the verdict. 3 changes to appeal??? Since when can one, in any court case, appeal 3 times after being found guilty initially?

      jatheen.bhima - 2012-03-01 09:03

      Unfortunately Raymond, this was not a court case in the traditional sense. Malema was never charged by the State of any criminal offence, nor did the ANC "sue" him in terms of civil law. Malema was charged with an offence in terms of the ANC's internal policies, being it's constitution and/or memorandum of association and/or whatever the case may be. The NDC and the NDCA are special tribunals created by the ANC to deal with internal offences, such as Malema et al. In terms of civil and criminal court procedure, one would have to apply for leave to appeal a decision, setting out clear grounds for such appeal. Whereas in the case of Malema, the ANC set out their own procedures to deal with internal disputes. You are correct in that one cannot have numerous appeals within the judicial system. However the NDC is not part of the Judiciary and court systems of South Africa, it is a special tribunal created by the ANC's internal policies. I hope that sheds some clarity on all these appeals. And I can assure you that had he been charged and/or sued in a formal Court of South Africa, he would not have as many appeals.

      Abram - 2012-03-01 13:19

      U r a stupud this is not court case

  • Buda - 2012-03-01 08:44

    THANK YOU ANC, YOU HAVE MADE THE RACISTS' DAY, OPPOSITION PARTIES ARE HAPPY. CHRIS HANI'S GRAVE WAS SHOT FEW DAYS AGO, pieter mulder IS HAPPY AND BACK WITH INSULTING BLACKS. THANK NYOU ANC BUT THAT IS UNTIL MANGAUNG. WE WILL BOUNCE BACK BECAUSE AS OF NOW, WE SHOULD FORGET ABOUT UPLIFTING THE POOR, AND CREATING MORE JOBS VIA MINING INDUSTRY AND GETTING OUR LAND BACK. SAD DAY, BUT HAPPY DAY WILL COME. I SEE WHITE COMMENTS WITH MORE LIKES, BUT ALL WILL BE WELL. SAD DAY. PLEASE TIGHTEN zuma's SECURITY TO AN EXTENT THAT THOSE WHO TRY TO BOO HIM, THEIR MOUTHS WILL BE CLOSED TOO. THANK YOU ANC FOR DESTROYING YOUNG LIFE AND YOUNG POLITICIANS INSTEAD OF GUIDING THEM.

      edwardsch - 2012-03-01 09:30

      Please explain how this is a black white issue? The ANC is essentially run by black people. I don't see how you can blame the whites for his expulsion but then again, why not blame Apartheid again and again and AGAIN. Don't confuse facts with racism, whatever you do as you won't further your narrow-minded agenda that way, moron!!!!

      Silver - 2012-03-01 10:49

      You can lead a horse to the water but you cannot make it drink. You can GUIDE some people and others you abandon. Malema only followed one tune and that was the one in his little head. You cannot FIX such a person.

      Mohsin - 2012-03-01 10:52

      IT'S MORONS LIKE U THAT WANA MAKE OUR BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY COLLAPSE IN ANARCHY PERHAPS U SHOULD ASK YOURSELF WHAT POSITIVES HAS MALEMA CONTRIBUTED TO THE WELL BEING OF BLACK PEOPLE IN SA HE IS MAKING PEOPLE LIKE U STUPID AND POCKETING ALL THE MONEY FOR HIMSELF WAKE UP AND TAKE YOUR BLINKERS OFF HIS FOOLING IDOITS LIKE U

      Pieter - 2012-03-01 11:17

      I don't understand. who is the rascist and who fired Malema. Am I missing something?

      Buda - 2012-03-01 11:55

      haenekom IS THE RACIST WHO FIRED MALEMA AND ALL RACISTS WERE HAPPY. THANK YOU ANC. BUT A DAY WILL COME. I'M HURT BUT I KNOW MY ANGER WILL VANISH.

      Nick - 2012-03-01 11:57

      whahahahaha what a chop very sad day indeed whahahaha you can go help build on malema's house or watch his cows in polokwane why must the mines create jobs get an education the land has never and will never belong to you

      Duard - 2012-03-01 12:40

      Doos

      edwardsch - 2012-03-01 12:54

      @ Buda....Just to clear a few things up. Hanekom did not make the decision all by himself. He did not chase anyone out of the room who may have had a different view to his own. The NEC of the ANC made the decision and he simply made the public announcement. I think that Malema should consider using the democratic process the way it should be used and allow all to have a voice, even if they don't agree with his policies. Carry on the way he has and he is nothing better than a wannabe Dictator like his idol just north of our borders.... Good riddance is all I can say....

  • William - 2012-03-01 08:48

    Can someone help me here? How many appeal committees does the ANC have? Seems like he'll always lodge appeals until his term of office come to an end.

      Gigo - 2012-03-01 08:53

      Infinity appeals,is what we have in the Anc.

      Bob - 2012-03-01 09:08

      Sganja, well i guess if the ANC has nothing better to do such as address crime figures, provide decent education, improve the health care, address the lack of decent housing etc etc, they might as well just sit and listen to stupid appeals all day, for INFINITY.

      Mano-Lee - 2012-03-01 11:49

      stupidity is what you have in the anc. Of course, this is probably a challenge too. Not a problem, but a challenge. We wouldnt want you to be a party of integrity now.

      Nick - 2012-03-01 11:58

      sganja go back to your robot and smoke some more i'm surprised you can put 2 words together

  • Noelle - 2012-03-01 08:49

    stop giving him another chance! Oh and why could we not do this with all our other corrupt ANC leaders... just asking???

  • Nigel - 2012-03-01 08:58

    Well his bank balance is apparently R 58 Million or something, he is 30 years old earns R 20 k a month salary, where has this all come from??? Now that he is expelled, Sars & Hawks can put this lying thief where he belongs, behind bars. Also the rich businessmen that are implicated in this plot to overthrow the ANC government should be exposed & tried along with Malema for treason. This is going to get ugly & JM's all or nothing approach is for money & power is going to take him & his co-conspirators down if the truth finally comes out.

  • edwardsch - 2012-03-01 09:02

    OUT! OUT! Bastard! Get out!!!!

      edwardsch - 2012-03-01 09:04

      Anyone remember his swing at the journo? Bye bye Juju, we won't miss you, promise!!!!

  • Pieter - 2012-03-01 09:16

    Start your own party Mr.M. You will make it to paliment. Zuma also got manners when he became president. The ANC will die like the NP. No future. Go Go JuJu. I won't vote for you, but stay where we can see you.

  • Papikie - 2012-03-01 09:24

    Something is wrong here. The ANC did not hold any meeeting after the presentation but now we are told that the ANC has weloomed the findings. When did the ANC hold a meeting? I am sking this because we have been told that this matter has been discussed at the NEC meeting and members of the ANC should refrain to this matter. The presented their findings the ANC SG not to the ANC. I therefore believe that the SG has to take the Matter to the NEC and the collective has to have a say. Members of the NEC has to open their eyes and ears because this implicate them

  • Sinudeity - 2012-03-01 09:29

    It's time for Juju to start another party,but wait until the elections are near,then launch your own party.Juju has a large following there is no reason why he should not get a seat in parliament.We will vote for you Juju,don't worry.

  • stefan.vanderspuy - 2012-03-01 09:31

    He should start a new party...whoopee and the ANC is weakened by 10%

  • Niki - 2012-03-01 09:38

    Malema vowed to die for the ANC. Time he carried out his promise.

  • Joe - 2012-03-01 09:45

    Dear Mr Zuma,(and the ANC) I dont like you, nor do I vote for you, but you have gained my respect, and I think that of many people. Stick to your guns boet. Now all you need to do is stop calling each other comrad and acting like the wars not over and maybe there may not be anouther Malema for a while.WELL DONE..!!

  • Joe - 2012-03-01 09:47

    Dear Mr Zuma,(and the ANC) I dont like you, nor do I vote for you, but you have gained my respect, and I think that of many people. Stick to your guns boet. Now all you need to do is stop calling each other comrad and acting like the wars not over and maybe there may not be anouther Malema for a while.WELL DONE..!!

  • irenee.kaminuza - 2012-03-01 09:48

    COPE will welcome him with open arms

      edwardsch - 2012-03-01 11:19

      Yes you are right. They don't have class either so he will be on the top of the heap in no time...

  • senamile - 2012-03-01 10:04

    Juju should just let it go hes been missing the point ever since he came into office we have had enough! He is all talk and complain but no solutions brought forward.

      Sinudeity - 2012-03-01 11:21

      Wena you should just concentrate on your weight before you get a stroke.

      Bradley - 2012-03-01 13:20

      Wow what a great reply sinudeity... world class debate i say young chap!! lets start attacking some one because of their weight, you can only be ANCYL! what are you 10 or wait maybe 12....

  • Mohsin - 2012-03-01 10:45

    F##K HIM NOW THE APPEALS MUST COME TO AN END HE MUST ACCEPT HIS FATE AND DO CATTLE FARMING RATHER HAGAGAGAGAG

      edwardsch - 2012-03-01 11:22

      What have you got against cattle? Why should they have to listen to and put up with his rantings? They will be lining up to be the first to the slaughter house. That way, they can escape his drivel......

      Mohsin - 2012-03-01 12:05

      lol or alternatively he can climb a boabab tree in limpopo and evolve along with his moron supporters

  • Silver - 2012-03-01 10:55

    According to a ANC HotShot in Bfn, just about everyone is sick of him. They are however treating this event with kid gloves becuase JM still has two options left open. The Judicial System and the Streets. Considering how carefully they have handled the event to date they are making very sure that any Judicial attempts by JM will be useless from the word go. As for the streets. The chance is there that he would try to mobilize youth as we saw in the Middle East with the Arab Spring. The only way the Goverment can stop this is to get him poor and in prison and we will most probably see an all out attack on JM from the HAWKS and any other party that is investigating his corruption and tender rigging charges. Getting him out of the ANC was the first half of the battle. Shutting him up permanently is the second half.

  • Born - 2012-03-01 10:58

    question to hannekom and all malema's haters,why didnt hanekom n his puppets expel all ancyl nec because all what malema was articulating was yl nec's resolutions?

  • Sinudeity - 2012-03-01 11:07

    Nothing that Malema said is wrong,it is just another day in politics were excuses are made to get rid of a political opponent.We are back to the Mbeki days where nobody was allowed to challenge the position of ANC president.

  • Elvis - 2012-03-01 11:11

    julias malema must vacate his position as youth league president, but he has been given 14 days to appeal the decision to the ANC’s national disciplinary committee of appeal

  • Sacha - 2012-03-01 11:16

    Interesting to see how history repeats itself again and again....

  • Pieter - 2012-03-01 11:51

    Why the B in BEE in the ANC policy for ZA. MayBEE the ANC are a Racist organisation and hate Black people. Malema is black and Hanekom white. EE builds the country. B tramples on other people. Previous Malemas were probably the reason for apartheid. Thanks to all our honest hardworking black people. The white people love you and salute you. Together we shall build this country, without criminals and stupid politicians. Mr. Hanekom you dit the right thing.

  • Buda - 2012-03-01 11:57

    IS OK, I ACCEPTED AND HE ACCEPTED. JUJU FANS ACCEPTED. ...BUT IS NOT OVER YET. MY ANGER WON'T LET ME FEEL FOR A STRANGER BUT I GOT TO CONTROL IT. HAPPY DAY WILL COME. CELEBRATE HARD BUT IS NOT OVER YET. THANK YOU ANC FOR SAD DAY.

      Nick - 2012-03-01 12:00

      hahahahaha go cry by your mommy

      edwardsch - 2012-03-01 14:29

      Buda, you are a monumental TWIT!!!!!

      agoosen - 2012-03-01 15:31

      Are you also off to Grandma's house to go and cry like dumb little julius?

      melissalarajones - 2012-03-01 17:28

      Do you know how to disengage the CAPS lock key? DO IT!

  • Cristina - 2012-03-01 13:43

    How many appeals does this THING get..come on!!!!!!

  • valentine.monroe - 2012-03-01 13:58

    Appealing of an appeal decision? You have to love SA

      Silver - 2012-03-01 15:30

      That is what happens when third world politicians discover first world "tools". They learn how to hold meetings that take days, cost millions and then still come to no conclusions. They learn words such as DEMAND that most cannot even pronounce but use. They dig up old words like IMPERIALISTS and COLONY which they use in sentences that make no sense (as in the case of malema).

  • Sylvia - 2012-03-01 14:15

    Great to know that the ANC leaders no longer find him appealing. Now he must just go away.

  • Sinudeity - 2012-03-01 14:41

    Why must he show remorse for such ridiculous charges.

      Silver - 2012-03-01 15:31

      You obviously have a cell phone or a computer but it is just as obvious that you do not have a TV or maybe you are deaf.

  • pilla2609 - 2012-03-01 23:30

    I just know one thing"Malema cannot be silenced."

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