Malema: I did nothing wrong

2012-03-01 07:27

Malema responds to expulsion

2012-03-01 08:37

Watch Julius Malema respond to his expulsion outside his home in Seshego, Polokwane.WATCH

Johannesburg - Embattled ANC youth leader Julius Malema has warned that his expulsion is "not the end of the road", according to a report on Thursday.

"We must accept that this is the decision, but that is not the end of the road," he said, according to SABC radio news.

"It is still early to celebrate because the road ahead of us is going to be very long and needs men and women... who are very strong.

"If you are weak, you are going to fall in the process," said Malema.

"I'm not a soldier who is prepared to fall in the battle, I will die with my boots on, I will die for what I believe in."

Malema said he had not done anything wrong.

"I did not steal from anybody... I did not kill anybody," he said.

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