Malema attacked over nationalisation - ANCYL

2011-07-25 14:23

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League president Julius Malema is under attack because he is pushing for the nationalisation of mines and land expropriation without compensation, the organisations said on Monday.

"The ANCYL is fully aware that all these allegations are an attempt to divert our attention from the issues we are raising, particularly on nationalisation of mines and expropriation of land without compensation," said youth league secretary general Sindiso Magaqa said at a media briefing at Luthuli House on Monday.

"These are issues we will continue to raise without fear or favour and we will never retreat because victory is certain."

Malema's business dealings

Treasurer general Pule Mabe was adamant that Malema was a private citizen and was within his rights to have business dealings.

The trust reported in the City Press was not a secret and was used, in the main, to fund charitable causes.

Magaqa challenged anyone who thought there was any wrong-doing committed on Malema's part, to report it to the authorities.

"... and if there are suspicions of wrong-doing every citizen has a right to bring that to the attention of law-enforcement agencies," he said.

Mabe said Malema was not the only trustee but declined to name the others.

Malema did not attend the media briefing, called specifically to answer questions about the trust.

Mabe and Magaqa lambasted the media for pushing the agenda of their "white right-wing" bosses.

On Sunday, the City Press reported that Malema was the sole trustee of a secret family trust, registered in the name of his 5-year-old son, which he allegedly uses to finance his lavish lifestyle.

Lavish lifestyle

This emerged a week after reports that Malema was building a R16m house in Johannesburg's upmarket Sandown suburb. Responding to the reports last week, Malema said how he funded his lavish lifestyle was nobody's business.

According to the City Press, the Ratanang Family Trust was registered at the Office of the Master of the High Court in Pretoria in 2008, just weeks after Malema was first elected president of the youth league.

Citing two “independent, well-placed sources with knowledge of Malema's financial dealings”, City Press says the trust is being used “by the youth leader and his benefactors” to fund his lifestyle.

“Thousands of rands” are deposited into the account on a regular basis, says the report, quoting the sources.

"Frequent deposits are being made from different banks, especially in Limpopo.”

City Press said Malema had denied that the trust was being used to launder illicit funds, but “declined to divulge its purpose or bank balance”.

The league leadership failed to respond to questions on whether it will take legal action against the paper, despite being asked several times.

  • ReThan - 2011-07-25 14:31

    ROFL.. this is so lower grade! Trying every excuse in the book to cover up corruption! Typical ANC! fscking losers!

      Notbuyinface - 2011-07-25 14:40

      If the City press has proof why did they elect to scandalise rather than open a case of corruption against the president. The fact that they did not explains a lot.

      peter the gr - 2011-07-25 14:40

      Well, what does he expect??? Poeple are angry!! Malema is a big P*#ss!!

      Carbon - 2011-07-25 14:41

      Avoiding the problem...again

      cliffarc - 2011-07-25 14:42

      - How bloody obvious is this little sideshow. A crude attempt at diversion from Malema's thievery. Miserably weak Ancyl - try again.

      sganja - 2011-07-25 14:47

      Ancyl said anyone got a proof must give it to officials,lets wait and see this useless paper called City Press.WHat they gonna do,I'm happy Ancyl will not be threatened.

      Thouca - 2011-07-25 14:50

      no, he is attacked because he is a giant destabilsing skiniving d&%s manipulating those who are the most vulnerable....and its the right and responsibility of those who can see him for what he is, to root him out..

      Kevin King - 2011-07-25 14:52

      @ Notbuyinface: What, open a case? It will probably be given to Bheki Cele or the Scorpians.

      Spade - 2011-07-25 14:53

      Notbuyinface - it is the press's responsibility to expose and report responsibly. Corruption is a matter for our police to investigate. In this case, the press exposed a scandal. They exposed Julius Malema as a morally poor leader, who is acting in self-interest while claiming to champion the cause of the poor. Whether he is guilty of a crime is another issue altogether. Julius Malema has been exposed as a charlatan. Those in the ANC ranks who still support him, are displaying their own disrespect towards the millions of poor South Africans to whom he has misrepresented himself.

      cliffarc - 2011-07-25 14:58

      - Anyone notice that old big mouth, has gone into hiding .

      Bellakanoose - 2011-07-25 14:59

      @Notbuyinface they're a newpaper, fool! That's what they do with 'news'! Laughable!

      Bellakanoose - 2011-07-25 14:59

      @Notbuyinface they're a newpaper, fool! That's what they do with 'news'! Laughable!

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-25 15:00

      @ Siya.block - starting with Juju's farm

      OB1 - 2011-07-25 15:01

      Notbuyinface, City Press is a newspaper who's job it is to report on such matters, not to lay charges or take people to court for wrongdoing. The DA and various other parties representing public interest have excercised their right, as suggested by the league, to report these issues to the relevant authorities. If there is no wrongdoing, then why all the furore and outrage!? There is credible evidence of corruption, so the autorities must investigate and bring him to book if he's guilty, if not, then he and his supporters have nothing to worry about, so settle down.

      mokoenk - 2011-07-25 15:03

      @Spade, do you think notbuyinface understands what you have just said? Break it down further, if you can, so that he can be accomodated as well... u might be accused of discriminating againts the likes of him!

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-25 15:05

      Not sure there will be a trial - Fat Juju looks as if he ate all the evidence

      Currie_Mafia - 2011-07-25 15:17

      E-d-u-c-a-t-i-o-n first... A is for Apple, B is for b.......

      NEWDADUDE - 2011-07-25 15:18

      The anc are running scared and know that what Siener van Rensburg predicted is slowly coming true so they are grabbing what they can while they can. What do all the anc zealots call Madonsela's report? They cant say "white right wing"? The anc are losing grip and their little glass house is falling aprt before our eyes and in OUR LIFETIME!!

      TheUgly - 2011-07-25 15:19

      Stealing from the poor and giving to the rich. Wish the death penalty was still in effect.

      Swaar - 2011-07-25 15:25

      @ snotbyinface @ skanda If he is so innocent, why does he not take them to court? PROVE that he is innocent! I'm sure if he was he would have have started his actions by now. SO everything you say, is just trying to cover his arse.... He is july-arse. (needs to be pretty big cover btw......)

      Illuminated - 2011-07-25 15:27

      it doesnt matter how much money he steals, hoe corrupt he is... the fact remains he hates white people, therfore he is loved by the masses... simple as that... and the masses will use what little grey matter they have to justify his actions no matter how crazy it sounds... just get used to it...

      nathi1234 - 2011-07-25 15:30

      You are guys are sooo stupid. according to u the media never lies. First we were told Malema's house will cost R16m. we asked for a proof - until today we are still waiting. Malema's "secret" family trust.... again sensitive reporting. Malema being the only registerd member in the family trust... we have just learn that he is not the only one. agggg sis niyanyanyisa! today its about malema - one day the masses would like to know who owns those private jets that are parking at Lanseria airport - we also knows about ur trust funds as well.

      horsehair - 2011-07-25 15:32

      Our nation is a JOKE once again

      Mercenary - 2011-07-25 15:33

      @simodi Be careful what you wish for….son!!

      E.Nuff - 2011-07-25 15:42

      Nationalise his trust fund...

      Ryan Tunney - 2011-07-25 15:50

      @simodi, bring it on. Just don't go crying to the UN and the West to save your sorry ANC asses like last time!! Do you think we honestly fear you idiots?

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-25 16:46

      @ nathi1234 - as much as I despise what Juju does, you have a point. Last week the castle-to-be was in Sandton but the week before it was Bedfordview. Glad it's not Bedfordview though, no way would I want to live close to that hateful fattie...

      ian - 2011-07-25 17:41

      the last leader of the ANCYL dies of aids why give this idiot the creadance just ignore him and he to will fade away

      HumanKind - 2011-07-25 18:00

      I think that Malema is gay. You never see him with a woman. Maybe that's why he's so uptight

      POLLENYS - 2011-07-25 21:03

      "in the main, to fund charitable causes." How many homeless are going to live in his R16 million home? Flying to Italy, hosting expensive parties? Charity my ass.

      frans.visserdsb - 2011-07-26 07:40

      next he will blame apartheid.. or say the devil made him do it... This idiot has no idea about economics. Mr Malema - a few salient facts: 1 - in 1994, there were 85 000 farms in private white ownership... today it is less than 14 000. the government sits with 65 000 landparcels registered as farms or agricultural holdings. 2 - all the major banks and mines are listed on the stock exchange. this is the main way to get funding for expansion etc - which creates jobs. the majority shareholding is either institutions such as poension funds or foreign investors. We are asking for foreign investment to create jobs. so if you nationalise without compensation you will chase away foreign investors, which will kill jobs, and steal money from peoples pension funds... makes great economic sense...

      DoublySalmon - 2011-07-26 08:31

      If Malema had nothing to hide why apply for an interdict? This is a question many people are asking yet I see news24 keeps removing such comments. Strange?

      Wessel - 2011-07-26 09:42

      He is a ass and will stay one.Its just sorry that our youth is falling in his trap.Yhey must look and lurn,they are starving of hunger and jubjub is sitting and smileing.He know he makes lots of money out of them for him and his family.The 16 mil house he is buildibg is the youths money that he was to use to build schools ang houses.He is a skelm a murderer and a ass@@@.Time is comeing closes and closer.

      Jason - 2011-07-26 12:13

      To all those protecting mr Malema by his own words he earns R20k a month. You can not live that well if you are declaring so little income. So therefore its not his own private matter. Just apply logic people trust fund or not he is getting money outside of what he is declaring to SARS therefore he needs to answer for that. And its our right to know what our leaders are doing and if they breaking the rules. Its our tax money funding these tenders!

      Looking@SA - 2011-07-26 13:02

      Not from SA could someone explain to me how Julius Maelema is a private citizen. The ANC chooses the candidates who will run for various offices. The ANC is the majority party in SA so they win most elections. Julius Malema is the president of the ANCYL which has great influence in what the ANC as a whole does on the political ANCYL. So how does that make Julius Malema a private citizen and not a political figure. Could someone explain that to me, I'm just an American who doesn't really understand SA politics, but in the US where someone is say Democratic National Committee chair and held no office they would still be considered a political figure not a private citizen.

      Virginia - 2011-07-26 15:08

      Sganje, its people with you kind of thinking that is keeping a Peosn like Malema in good wealth. He is a thief and you are all the poorer for that and do not forget it.He is one of thos africans that do not care of what happens to his people, they should open that trust and if the money is illegal, take it and hand it out to all the poor in Limpopo Province.

      Virginia - 2011-07-26 15:14

      Looking@SA, unfortunately in black regimes, their lives remain private. He supposed to acknowledge all gifts etc that he receives, but no the ANC lead Government will agree with him not to disclose as the same would eventually apply to them. THey pass laws that will cover them for the future, this is Black Democracy.

  • Trevor Obery - 2011-07-25 14:32

    well....we wondered how long before "white right wing" was going to be thrown around...and there you have it..well done

      THE.SRG - 2011-07-25 14:41

      what about malema....he seems to be black right wing boss to me.

      cliffarc - 2011-07-25 14:54

      - Yep - Malema's corruption is the direct result of 'white right wing ' agendas. Damn those white right wingers - look how they forced me to live in this life of luxury and extravagance. Curse them.

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-25 15:00

      they must be in trouble - it took them a full 3 hours to mention the whites

      Staal - 2011-07-25 15:09

      Sounds like a good Nando's add!

      Gomez - 2011-07-25 15:14

      Any so called party can only go so far before their IQ level betrays them...It seems to me that the ANCYL are starting to stress and more and more they are becoming nothing more than a joke.

      THE.SRG - 2011-07-25 15:32 chickens coming home to roost cause malema ate them all in a big kfc bucket

      Ogre - 2011-07-25 15:46

      If the statements of the ANCYL is true, then the black empowerment consortium made up of Dynamo Investments(Oscar Dhlomo),Ukhozi Investments and Enos Mabuza's New Seasons Investments have radically changed the membership of the white right wing, as these companies, all black owned, have controlling interest in City Press. Once again the ANCYL sprouts manure before looking up the facts. Wake up, you retards, your own people want to see the last of the corrupt lords and ladies of the noble Malema/Zuma Hood(the inverse of Robin Hood) of Share-with-no-one Forest that steals from the poor to give to rich.

      Gomez - 2011-07-25 15:47

      If you make a 45 strong high school SA rugby team and put them against the current All Black team.The AB's will still win in my opinion.In the same way the ANCYL thinks that with just their numbers alone they can make and brake as they please.No....You have to bring a little more to the table than numbers alone...maybe even a little bit of comman sense would make a world of difference.Open your eyes ANCYL and for your own sakes just LOOK.

      THE.SRG - 2011-07-25 15:49

      right wing,left wing....all the chicken wings....juju the fat ass

      OZNOB - 2011-07-25 15:58


      Politicallycorrect - 2011-07-25 16:11

      Da ANCYL are a bunch of DORKS!!!

      Liberty - 2011-07-25 16:13

      @trevor it's what they always do when their backs are against the wall. They play the race card and pretend to be the victims. The fact remains that juliass has broken laws and he will have to be punished accordingly. He has made many enemies in this country, and he has made it incredibly easy for his enemies to root out the malemma problem. Hehehehehehehe

      Warren - 2011-07-25 18:41

      Tomorrow they are going to say that it was aunty Helen who set Joooolius up!!! So you see, it was all a conspiracy by the Dee Aay.

      Virginia - 2011-07-26 15:15

      How do you use the word 'White" and Malema in the same sentence, he will not appreciate that.

      Jacques - 2011-07-27 08:46

      Damn those white right wingers... at least now we have Lwazi Mvovo playing!

  • willieman - 2011-07-25 14:34

    ANCYL they are bankrupt in ideas.They cannot even debate rationally

      nathi1234 - 2011-07-25 15:36

      have u forgoten about the Nationalisation debate? what did white people say except that they will go to Australia?

      OZNOB - 2011-07-25 15:59

      what make you think that the ancyl was rational in the first place

      Superdude - 2011-07-25 16:40

      Agreed, for once we cant blame the News24 editors, its just the way the ANC youth League speaks that makes it look unreadable.

      S knot - 2011-07-25 16:46

      Yes superdude, something like my dog's vommit, you know there is food in there somewhere but you can't really see it, same as the ancyl words.

      SaintBruce - 2011-07-25 21:32

      Problem 1 - ANC bankrupting SA! Problem 2 - ANCYL needs to account for their funds in full Problem 3 - None of the above believe they have to account for anything! Solution 1 - Media keep pressurizing the "Elite' as they will crack, just as JuJu "Humpty Dumpty" Malema is cracking right now! Solution 2 - As he cracks I suspect the damage wave will go right through the whole case of eggs and they will all start to crack as they are all involved in some way , shape or form. Solution 3 - Send in the "Hounds" [Thuli and Willie] to sniff out the rotten eggs... they may need gas masks (lol). Who you gonna call ? GraftBusters......

      Virginia - 2011-07-26 15:17

      Nathi you will not survive without the White people, who is going to pay the government their wages, and who are they going to steal from. Wake up and get that hatred off you shoulder, we are here to stay, exactly like Isreal.

  • Kirsty - 2011-07-25 14:34

    Ag what NONSENSE!!! Julius being "attacked" has nothing to do with his somewhat wayward ideas about nationalisation and more to do with him being a brainless twat! He is eventually being exposed as the corrupt crook that he is. The ANCYL as a whole is as dillustion as its leader

      Fanie - 2011-07-25 15:32

      DONT insult twats!

      Bidartbru - 2011-07-25 15:37

      simodi, When we have all emigrated to Australia, we will be watching you on the National Geographic channel starving....good luck you racist dog turd!!

      nathi1234 - 2011-07-25 15:38

      it has evrything to do with nationalisation. we all know that Julios is not a white man's darling like mandela. Julious is preaching "South Africa mineral resources belongs to all South African" - whats wrong with that?

      Pete - 2011-07-25 15:40

      Hey simodi, go mow the lawn

      Gomez - 2011-07-25 16:11

      @Simodi...And yet you don't see that nationalisation will be the downfall of mainly the poor black South African.Aurora...That is your future my friend.Closed mine,workers dead and those who are still alive never got their wages...For goodness sakes open your eyes!

      cliffarc - 2011-07-25 16:13

      - @ nathi - Zimbabwedom - that's what's wrong with it .

      Snoopy88 - 2011-07-25 16:38

      @Nathi - because none of us, especially those who need it - the poor - will every get to even SMELL the riches from those mines. Malema and his buddies are not making plans to build a bigger economy they simply want to take the mines away for themselves. Why don't you go ask him why the government isn't just happy with continue taking a fat slice in taxes and license fees from the profitable mines? Its nothing but greed Nathi. He knows that with this talk of 'nationalisation' he will always have the support of the poor who hunger for a piece of it. And while you all wait he is quietly getting richer and richer. In the last 14 years - how many of these BEE deals have actually benefited the poor majority in the country? The rules are being made by the elite for the benefit of the elite alone. If you can't see that, then I'm sorry but you deserve what's coming...

      Chika01 - 2011-07-25 18:30

      @ all juju comrades. in the land of the blind one eye is king ....translated .. .... in south africa corrupt idots are king, If you can not see the truth I pity you all,

      cyber_writer - 2011-07-25 19:34

      @nathi & simodi, - and who would be in charge of all the mines etc, if they are nationalised? Nothing will change, except the colour of the skin of those at the top. It will be the likes of Malema at the top, as the "CEOs", living their ultimately excessive and lavish capitalistic lifestyles, the rich getting richer, and the poor getting poorer. Don't kid yourselves. The Malema supporters living in shacks/squalour/poor "townships", will still be living where they are in 20 years time. Will the likes of Kulubuse Zuma, JZ's nepwhew, end up owning all the mines in SA & run them all into the ground like Aurora? Viva nationalisation??????? Well, for the wealthy few it will be anyway.

      Virginia - 2011-07-26 15:20

      That is the problem Kirsty they chose the best they had, so they have to say these nice thing about him and standup for him, they themselves do not have the ability to know better.

  • ANCockup - 2011-07-25 14:34

    Hahahahaha diversion diversion the tactic that the ANC criminals in training learnt from their ANC government. All this fuss for nothing. Fatboy is as untouchable as Tweekop Zuma he will not be prosecuted (like Tweekop was never prosecuted) and will end up as president of this pathetic banana republic just like his mentor Tweekop did. I dont mind, the more corrupt the leader, the more their followers suffer.

      Flamewulf - 2011-07-25 15:06

      " I dont mind, the more corrupt the leader, the more their followers suffer." The thing is ... why must we suffer along with them?

  • Almaki - 2011-07-25 14:35

    They can't take legal action against the paper because then the truth really would come out - that Malema and the ANCYL in general are corrupt!

  • Mlu - 2011-07-25 14:35

    Juju, lets start by nationalising all your assets and confiscate yo properties without compensation.

      svetlana.alcaraz - 2011-07-25 14:44

      This the best comment of the day!

      DW - 2011-07-25 15:04

      The only question I have is this: Will Malema also relinquish HIS farmland WITHOUT COMPENSATION which is part of a land claim? If not, then his call for taking farms from white farmers is prejudicial and discriminatory and goes against our constitution. We are ALL equal under the law.

      sinvol - 2011-07-25 15:16

      He probably would. He didn't pay for it with his money....

      nathi1234 - 2011-07-25 15:41

      @ Mlu .. so u want to nationalise a R900 000 3ha land?

      DW - 2011-07-25 15:51

      nathi, yes and a R16m Sandton mansion as well. That was also "stolen" from previously disadvantaged people in that he did not earn the money used to pay for that. It was stolen in the form of tender fraud and corruption - money meant for the poor

      Chika01 - 2011-07-25 18:35

      900 000.00 PAID IN CASH....... MMMMMMM makes you wonder? NOT the corruption is so obvious and White is always to blame, Sorry ANCYL your exuses look like end of the month kips.

      Dave50 - 2011-08-07 05:13

      Then we have a "Do as I say and not as I do " situation that his black sheep followers will support anyway.

  • Eric West - 2011-07-25 14:36

    The trust reported in the City Press was not a secret and was used, in the main, to fund charitable causes. So, Juju is a charity case? Ag, shame!

      Phlegm - 2011-07-25 15:21

      If the fund was no secret but then why did JellyArse try to block City Press from printing the story on it? I smell igundwane!

  • Ryan Tunney - 2011-07-25 14:36


      Serias - 2011-07-25 15:01


      Pixie1984 - 2011-07-25 15:02


      OB1 - 2011-07-25 15:04

      sganja, then why all the lashing out and overtly defensive/offensive comments!? you protest too much...

      johan - 2011-07-25 15:06


      muti - 2011-07-25 15:13

      @sganja, you must have had quite a bit of that stuff your name is made up with!! No-one has threatened the Kindergarden, it's them that's threatening everyone and anyone not beholden to their radical ideals which any normal thinking person knows will spell disaster for all the people of South Africa. All you rely on is quote "loser" putting you in the same category as allthose who degenerate into name callimg - a sad indictment of your intellect, indeed.

      Tokkel Loshi - 2011-07-25 15:18

      Please dont insult these fine animals one donkey has more brains the whole of the ANCYL !!

      sganja - 2011-07-25 15:21

      @OB1 and Muti What about calling someone donkey,is not that name calling?

      LuCypher - 2011-07-25 15:30

      Hey sganja. Here is a short lesson in English: EOD definition of "Threaten" - state one's intention to take hostile action against (someone) in retribution for something done or not done: state one's intention to do (something undesirable) in retribution: cause (someone or something) to be vulnerable or at risk; endanger: [with infinitive] seem likely to produce an unpleasant or unwelcome result. And so, dear boy, the ancyl IS threatened by the media. Get it?

      Mark - 2011-07-25 15:37

      @sganja... no... it's fact

      Pete - 2011-07-25 15:43

      hey simodi, go mow the lawn

      Snoopy88 - 2011-07-25 16:43

      Malema doesn't even pay his taxes... that's how much he really cares about the plight of the people! And you guys want to trust this guy with nationalising the mines?? Waaaahaaaaahaaaaaa!

      Sceptic - 2011-07-25 19:13

      @simodi .... DONKEYS!!!!

      jamjar - 2011-07-25 19:34

      Donkeys????? Excuse me, donkeys are at least usefull - cant belive how many people can not see the cANCer that the ANC is. They can break every promise and they still follow in mass, actually donkeys do kinda act like that too :-)

  • Mike or Mpho - 2011-07-25 14:36

    the ANC as a whole is a joke for allowing such bafoons to have their 5cents worth anyway. The old ANC is long dead, the new ANC is ripe with corruption, greed and a general lack of knowledge or intelligence.

      paulf - 2011-07-25 14:43

      What do you expect, the President is the corrupt so the rest follow as they know they will get away with it. Corrupt from the top to the very bottom being ANCYL. That is why they wanted power and want to remain in power, to steal our money!!!

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 16:34

      Will all those who comment on these sites please make a careful note: The ANC are BUFFOONS, not BAFOONS. If you're going to insult them, and by all means do so; you have my blessing, please spell your insults correctly. Thank you. ;-)

  • The Dude - 2011-07-25 14:37

    there is no such word as corruption in pedi

      WCD - 2011-07-25 15:19

      only apartheid !

      Sceptic - 2011-07-25 19:15

      @Dude: you are right, the ANC had to show the way!

  • Ryan Tunney - 2011-07-25 14:38

    I didn't know Malema had a son. Something dodgy there. I've never even seen ol' pork chops with a woman let alone a son. Who's the mother?

      Johnfpro - 2011-07-25 14:41

      Rather whose the father!

      sganja - 2011-07-25 14:52

      Malema life Is non of your business.

      Kevin - 2011-07-25 14:52

      Even worse it means someone slept with him

      Meister - 2011-07-25 14:56

      Maybe he took extra woordwork classes? But as well. Never seen him with a woman. With lots of muscular men though. But never a woman

      Ingie - 2011-07-25 14:58

      At Kevin - hope he had a shower afterwards

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-25 15:02

      Maybe Malema had a son Michael Jackson style - no way would he ever "entertain" a woman

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-25 15:03

      Maybe Kolobe is the mother?

      Jon JJ - 2011-07-25 15:06

      I think his son's name is pinochio..

      Ingie - 2011-07-25 15:08

      @ Meister - then we can call him a borer

      Dubulamaburu - 2011-07-25 15:15

      I think your garlfriend or ur mum is a real person...

      realist03 - 2011-07-25 15:15

      Come on guys lets be realistic,,,he did woodwork, which means his son has to be pinochio.

      WCD - 2011-07-25 15:23

      'HE SPAWNED' - Save the children, run run .... They should allow MARVEL to make a comic of this bloke, he smokes socks !

      Comic - 2011-07-25 15:25

      His sperm was baked out on a rock in the town ship now he call it son.

      I Are Bender - 2011-07-25 15:34

      Could be winnie

      Mark - 2011-07-25 15:38

      Wonder if he paid her to leave?

      Jon JJ - 2011-07-25 15:40

      I think Malema is the mother. It's never been proven that it (Malema) is a man. Perhaps he is a her-myph-rodite.

      Airborne68 - 2011-07-25 15:53


      Tokkel Loshi - 2011-07-25 16:07

      @sganja my tax money is moron

      Tinkie - 2011-07-25 16:22

      I think we need to all support this poor child and show him complete sympathy. He has to go through the rest of his poor life being known as Malema's son. Shame.

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 16:40

      Yeah, I was rather surprised too. You not only never see him with a woman, there are never any scandalous stories about him and women, unlike our dear and revered president Zoom-zoom, unless you include the one where he refused to be interviewed along with that DA representative. ;-) My conclusion has been that he's afraid of women for some reason. I can think of one.... ha ha ha (laughs darkly) Ever heard of pillow talk?

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-25 16:49

      @ Tinkie - true... but a name-change is free at Home Affairs

      Sceptic - 2011-07-25 19:17

      hey hey HEY!! don't bad mouth Malema, she is a man! dammit you bloody agent!

      kwabeni - 2011-07-25 20:44

      I am led to believe this son was a donation into the trust fund by one of his business partners

      nic - 2011-07-25 23:50

      Im so glad people finally take him for the JOKE he is. I always knew his arrogance and stupidity (lets face it, he is a moron lol) will be his downfall in the end.

  • Pixie1984 - 2011-07-25 14:38

    hahaha nationalization? Give him ten years. Once he has "bought " all the land that is supposed to have been redistributed to the masses and got a meaty finger in the mining pie, listen to him scream for privatization!

      sonet.vd.westhuizen - 2011-07-25 16:25

      @ Pixie: The problem is I see him and the ANC giving it to the CHINESE who has ALREADY taken over most of Zimabwe's minerals! Scary sh#t for us ALL! He and his followers are too stupid to realize what will happen... Investors in SA will leave... He is already chasing investors away with his blabber mouth! SA will come crushing down and become another Somalia let alone Zimbabwe as he and his kind is also the cause of our Farmers (Food Supply) being murdered off daily.

  • Wizard101 - 2011-07-25 14:38

    So is that why mal-enema wants to nationalise the mine so that the mine can fill up his secret funds.Is the trust fund running dry? Why is he and his cronies getting away with corruption?

      WCD - 2011-07-25 15:25

      Ask them to nationalize the taxi industry, that will be a laugh !

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 16:41

      Er, because his financers are the ANCorruption?

  • Phaedioux - 2011-07-25 14:39

    Next, we shall probably hear that they are only recovering what was 'stolen' from them over the last 350 years! Alternatively, it is now 'their time to gain wealth' that was disallowed for so long!

  • rickeydc - 2011-07-25 14:40

    Maybe he is being attached because he is a corrupt power hungry politician???

      rickeydc - 2011-07-25 14:40

      Spelling... attacked, not attached!

      Sceptic - 2011-07-25 19:18

      yeah, his property is being attached, well ... hopefully lol

  • Jawellnofine - 2011-07-25 14:40

    It is our business because I pay tax which I am cool with if it helps education, housing etc. But not if it pays for fat thieving politicians Animal Farm pig like life style. Its time for a new revolution people!!

  • daaivark - 2011-07-25 14:40

    Get over it, you babies. He is not being "attacked". People are investigating possibly illegal activity. The motives of individual complainants are irrelevant. Get some testosterone treatment!

      Dubulamaburu - 2011-07-25 15:16

      You look too old in ur pic to comment about this kind of issues

      Mark - 2011-07-25 15:40

      @Dubulamaburu... and you're to dumb... wait can you read?

      SpaceFrog - 2011-07-25 15:40

      People with age gain all your comments you sound like your 11 years old. Its almost time for bed.

      E.Nuff - 2011-07-25 15:45

      @Dubula amabantu - there is clearly no end to your stupidity. Now shut up when grown ups are speaking.

      Ogre - 2011-07-25 15:52

      @dubu. To have morals and be law abiding and have opinions on those issues is timeless

      S knot - 2011-07-25 16:57

      Dubulamaburu, blowing out someone else's candle is not going to make yours burn brighter, although I think you are already flame-out.

      cyber_writer - 2011-07-25 20:11

      @Dubulamaburu - and what will you be saying when you are "old". Are you going to be content not to comment about "this kind of issues", however I reckon someone like you will have the loudest mouth as you age and it won't be wise either.

      Mike-O - 2011-07-26 02:07

      @ S knot - that is a nice way to put it, might use where I can in the future :)

  • JohannV - 2011-07-25 14:41

    No, Sindiso, Malema is "attacked" because he is a lying, cheating, stealing, thieving, self-enriching, racist a-hole who has only his own greedy goals in mind and does not care about the sheeple who got him where he is!

      biskit - 2011-07-25 14:49

      Whole heartedly agree

      TGR - 2011-07-25 14:53

      so true

      Sceptic - 2011-07-25 19:19


      POLLENYS - 2011-07-25 21:07

      And believe it or not, there are millions of brainless following this Pied Piper.

  • NEWDADUDE - 2011-07-25 14:42

    This would be sad if it was not so totally hysterical!!! When the chips are down and have nowhere to hide blame "white right wingers". That is the new anc catch phrase this week!!!

      Pulverturm - 2011-07-25 15:14

      Yeah, I've devised a new version of "Bingo"... ANCYL Bingo... you cross off words like "Tendencies", "Racists" and "Whites" when you hear them at an ANCYL press conference.... when you got 4 in a row, Bingo!

      realist03 - 2011-07-25 15:21

      Dint take them long to play the race card,they gona blame apartheid next...idiots

      WCD - 2011-07-25 15:27

      Terreblanche is the wild card !

  • Ross - 2011-07-25 14:44

    You bloody agents leave our future President alone.

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-25 15:03

      As the Chinese don't say - yuk foo

      Ingie - 2011-07-25 15:10

      Say this to us in the years to come - you will rule the day that this happens if it ever should - he cant even speak properly

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 16:44

      OK, Ingie, now did you mean "rule" or "rue"? Methinks the latter.

  • hendrik.baird - 2011-07-25 14:47

    Nationalise his trust fund.

      BokomoWeetbi - 2011-07-25 15:53


  • George - 2011-07-25 14:47

    City Press must give us the proof instead of tabloid like reporting. The businessmen who pay Malema for tenders should be identified or identify themselves. There are a lot of private companies that sell tender information on public newspapers and even go as far as assisting with consultations on how to win a specific tender. Malema does not work for any municipality, council or government office. It will be difficult to prove anything here given the fact that Malema never sits on any tender board or panel. How are they going to prove that he influenced a tender when he is not an official of government? As for the Trust, it is not a secret because it is registered publictly with the master of the high court. The trust even built a church and opened it in front of Zuma. The trust even used its insignia publicly outside the church, where is the secret? Maybe the Trust can be nailed on tax issues if it did not pay tax. A legally registered trust has a right to recieve monies for its causes. Malema has a right to conduct his private business either as a consultant for any buisinessman on any issue. It is legal as he is not an official of any company, government or municipality. I might not like malema's politics but poor sensational reporting will only strenghen him as nothing will come out of this. His credibility before the eyes of the illiterate will balloon. Look at how Afri forum took him to court and ended looking like fools to the benefit of the masses.

      Saffer - 2011-07-25 14:57

      If the trust is no secret why did Malema go to court to stop City Press from reporting on it?

      DEVILS SON - 2011-07-25 14:58

      george loved your thai lady post

      GS - 2011-07-25 15:04

      Well said George. I personally can't stand the fool but everything you have said is valid. From the media reports that I have seen, there apear to be very little facts and a lot of speculation. Nobody knows where the money is coming from and whether or not it has been taxed. There is a chance it is legitimate and everything is above board and until we know the facts, we are in no position to judge! Afriforum needs to relax and take a step back. Wait until the case is water tight before they go on the offensive. My personal opinion is that this guy is crooked beyond anything anyone has imagined and if his opponents are smart they'll find more than enough dirt to bury him deeper than any amount of spin or ANC diversion tatics could ever get him out of.

      Tolerant - 2011-07-25 16:29

      Malema has more influence than people think but he is not untouchable. If he was corrupt and or evaded tax, he will be taken to court or at least sidelined.

  • K.W.F.L - 2011-07-25 14:47

    One day Malema's own people will kill him for stealing there might not be soon but his day will come!!!

      Tokkel Loshi - 2011-07-25 16:08

      I doubt that they dont have the balls , look at mugabe still doing great

  • CharlSkeptic - 2011-07-25 14:48

    Noooo *face palm* it's because he is stealing the country blind and filling his personal pockets illegally..... Criminal charges have already been laid.

  • Tommy - 2011-07-25 14:48

    So if a collection of sphincters is a ring, then Malema must be the ringleader!

      Ingie - 2011-07-25 15:11

      Sphincter muscle is your anus (A.Hole) so yes this is what he is!!!

  • TRiP - 2011-07-25 14:49

    All this attention is getting the ANCYL site hacked over and over, here is a screen grab from today, they were hacked again shortly before 13h30... hahahahahaha!

      Seanred - 2011-07-25 16:51

      What a lekker hack, so agree.

  • Kevin - 2011-07-25 14:50

    Fat boy might want to nationalize the jails and put some flat screen tv 's in and generally make sure they are 5 star . (Just in case you know). He might want to give each in mate his own shower. Fat boy , there is a big boy waiting for you

      Saffer - 2011-07-25 14:59

      'In mate' ... the mind boggles at the different connotations there, Kevin.

  • Vela Stardust - 2011-07-25 14:51

    ANCYL are starting to run out of diversion tactics. I wait eagerly for the next episode of LMAO Malelma.

  • MTRJ - 2011-07-25 14:51

    Let's see. Take the farms. Give it to the poor. They produce their own things to live off. The rest of the farm goes barren. Suddenly there is no more puttu pap on the table for those that do not own farms. People are crying. Blame apartheid. I cannot fathom how people can not rationalise this for themselves. I mean, farming is on of our biggest exports. Take that away and what then? You will starve!! Or food will get incredibly expensive cuz we need to import.

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 16:49

      1. SA is already importing food. 2. Food in SA is already very expensive. I visit from the UK and my jaw hits the floor when I walk into a supermarket. It's cheaper where we are - remember the days when UK visitors to SA spent like there was no tomorrow? Not any more.

  • code - 2011-07-25 14:52

    What does "expropriation of land without compensation" boil down to? In any civilized society we would just call it theft. Here they try to sound intelligent about criminal tendencies. It would be funny if the above mentioned method could be used to acquire Malema's newly bought farm. It would be funnier still if he actually earned the right to own one in the first place.

  • Ingie - 2011-07-25 14:54

    Maybe this for his trust fund as well..and does he even know what the word nationlization means!! doubt that

  • DEVILS SON - 2011-07-25 14:54

    abortion survivor that one

      OZNOB - 2011-07-25 22:21


  • Emil Loffler - 2011-07-25 14:55

    'Disallowed wealth'? When the black negroid species has in general not the genetic intelligence to develop it legally and technically for themselves. So us whites had their whole nation rounded up in our "corral" and stopped them developing for themselves. So they were just a stones throw away from developing Durban harbour into what it is today and we stopped them, going ahead and developed it ourselves out of personal white greed? All of us had physical control over all those masses? I think not! What about black government for blacks only and white government for whites only? That would surely show which nation really has pride and ability. Apartheid showed who was better and who forced their way into our lives, unwelcome with their tribal language, ways and inability to work with us on our level.

  • vinchainsaw - 2011-07-25 14:56

    hehe. Yeah, that it!

  • Kurt Roman - 2011-07-25 14:56

    How awesome is the ANCYL, who has to set an example for the youth of South Africa, to be tolerant and not racial. By making a statement like "Mabe and Magaqa lambasted the media for pushing the agenda of their "white right-wing" bosses"

  • liveandlove - 2011-07-25 14:57

    He is going DOWN in flames!!! A modern day tale of Robin Hood Steeling from the rich and poor---- keeping it all to himself.

  • Popit - 2011-07-25 14:58

    You'll see, they will sweep this whole thing under a rug. OR, they will give him the last thing he needs to become President of SA - a criminal record and a jail sentence! Viva Africa.

  • CraigColinRoyMcLeod - 2011-07-25 14:59

    Thinks its time to open an immigration business I would make a fortune, thanks ANC and ANCYL for destroying all hope this country has and potentially making me richer for it :P

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 17:05

      No. You mean EMIGRATION business. Another of those words people confuse all the time, with its opposite: em·i·grate – verb (used without object). To leave one country or region to settle in another. im·mi·grate verb,(used without object)To come to a country of which one is not a native, usually for permanent residence.

      JP Miller - 2011-07-25 21:31

      i think you mean Emigration lol

  • Point Blank - 2011-07-25 15:00

    Oh look, use race to try divert attention away - now, where have I seen that before?

  • Martin - 2011-07-25 15:00

    Why am I not surprised? First it's not theft, it's charity, and then it's a "white,rightwing" plot. Malema is a f*cking thief and must be treated accordingly. This has nothing to do with race or politics. I hate anybody that lies to me or steals my f*cking money. I call on the Government and those in positions of influence including big business to stand up and DO SOMETHING NOW!!! If you continue allowing the thieving, corruption and dishonesty and dont stop this BULLSH*T NOW then you are cowards, you dont deserve your positions in society and you are also corrupt! Jacob Zuma .... its time you started leading this country. Its time you started F**KING somebody up.

      JP Miller - 2011-07-25 21:32

      Including Cele and co.

  • The Third Wors - 2011-07-25 15:01

    No, it's because he's a dishonest prick.

  • Niren - 2011-07-25 15:01

    Two wrongs don't make a right.

  • Ingie - 2011-07-25 15:02

    This govt will NEVER change. Once its reached the coldrons of the earth and everything is gone, klaar, taken, stolen, eaten, by the corrupt people maybe then they may wake up and see whats happened and say EISH!!! should not have voted for ANC. then we can say EISH too late comrades youshould have listened to the wit ou's

  • DW - 2011-07-25 15:03

    The only question I have is this: Will Malema also relinquish HIS farmland WITHOUT COMPENSATION which is part of a land claim? If not, then his call for taking farms from white farmers is prejudicial and discriminatory and goes against our constitution. We are ALL equal under the law.

      Dubulamaburu - 2011-07-25 15:19

      U are too quick to judge and forgeting what he said....Anyway le me update u dwat..he said " if there is a need for my farm to be given to the people i will do that"

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 17:07

      Oh, trust me, Dudu-bhuthi old son - he'll find an excuse not to give his farm to the people.

      JP Miller - 2011-07-25 21:33

      you know why they are sending the Zimbabweans back to Zim? Becasue they are voting DA

  • Flamewulf - 2011-07-25 15:05

    "ANC Youth League president Julius Malema is under attack because he is pushing for the nationalisation of mines and land expropriation without compensation, the organisations said on Monday." What a retarded, beyond RETARDED, statement.

  • Kgaogelo - 2011-07-25 15:05

    Black people can continue to be divided while white people are united in securing the riches that their grandfathers saved for them. Y does it have to be black people who play by de book while white people used apertheid laws to steal from us. Hypocrites

      Dean - 2011-07-25 15:09

      The race card. Well played. You win 10 internets. The only booked you're playing is the "I'm too sh*t stupid to do anything for myself, so I'll blame others". Congrats, you just admitted your own idiocy.

      Serias - 2011-07-25 15:11

      Did your forefathers not steal the land in the first place from the "true" historic indegenous people that lived here before your locust tribes infiltrated from the north???? I await your reply. Or is it because you are embarrassed that a handful of westerners managed to take the land from the "mighty" tribes, without you putting up much of a fight in the first place,or are you embarrassed that your forefathers actually "sold" a lot of the land they first stole to the boers in legitimate transactions for a couple of cattle and a bottleof whisky.

      Kgaogelo - 2011-07-25 15:22

      Truth be told,I find quite annoying that you don't even want admit it. our black brothers and sisters are still opressed even at work places by whites,excuse me,I mean the bloody agents,we are going to nationalise the mines and expropriate land without compensation. Bastards (so says my president.) 100% Julius.

      pop101 - 2011-07-25 15:25

      Pity, you look more intelligent than you are.

      Stryder - 2011-07-25 15:28

      Small question? Why can you not start your own business and be the boss?

      James - 2011-07-25 15:36

      You are oppressed by your victim mentality. I couldn't get a job because I was oppressed by the ANC policies. I have done something about it myself. Your problem is you want a job but not the is the ANC way.

      Dean - 2011-07-25 15:36

      And I find it quite annoying that you as an individual are too much of a simpleton to make your own situation better. You're only "oppressed" now because you're doing it to yourself. And on the note of "your brothers": What do you care? I'll never understand. Not ONE of your leaders EVER gave a fig about ANY of their supporters. For people with your mindset, it's all about self-enrichment and screwing your neighbour who helped you get there.

      EmptyCan - 2011-07-25 15:42

      Yes, we know you will do that, because you cannot honestly work in order to gain something like we all have done.We work, get paid, save money, buy a house, buy a car, buy a farm, start a business. You see, we WORK for what we have.We dont expect to get fckall for free because we fail ourselves. We plan and acquire wealth. We dont have to spend our salary on papgeld for 15 kids and 4 wives. We live within our means. At the end of the day "land expropriation without compensation" is a ANC developed sentence for common thievery. Which makes you a common thieve and criminal.

      Kgaogelo - 2011-07-25 16:14

      I only speak on behalf of our brothers. Sorry as for me I own properties and soon will be one of the tenants in one of those properties or you will come crawling begging me to give you a job,so watch your mouth you might need me in future. I am not looking for a job,I am an employer myself.

      Lab-Rat - 2011-07-25 16:50

      Kgaogelo - I always thought that employers were more intelligent than your average worker. You've shown me a different picture. Thanks.

      radarblip - 2011-07-25 17:10

      hey kgaogelo: guess what, white people wont be crawling to you for jobs, YOU will be crawling to white people and the 'evil west' for food aid and for them to pick the country up out of its own filth once you and your ANC lot destroy the entire thing by nationalizing everything. moron. pull your head out.

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 17:10

      Kgaogelo: "as for me I own properties and soon will be one of the tenants in one of those properties" Why? Are you going to renege on the payments and have them repossessed by the banks? Dof de luxe.

  • edd - 2011-07-25 15:07

    Malema and Verwoerd is the same thing!!!

      Lab-Rat - 2011-07-25 16:51

      Not really, verwoerd was intelligent.

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 17:13

      Yup, not really. Verwoerd was very clever, and very evil. Malema is not clever, and although full of p1ss and wind and bombast and shouting, I haven't yet heard reports of him doing anything evil. Not yet. Let's hope he's the coward we all think he is. What we have to fear is the evil men who might use him because of his popularity with the hoards of non-thinkers.

      ex-pat - 2011-07-25 17:15

      Like the Chinese. The Nats used to say: Beware the Yellow Peril. I think SA has more reason than it ever had to take note of this warning.

  • Thabo - 2011-07-25 15:07

    Malema should thank news24 IF and "only if" he becomes the president of this country, he has made headlines over 3 times in one day.

  • Grant - 2011-07-25 15:08

    Us d@mn whites are to blame man! Its cos of us that he knows about JW Blue, BMW cars etc, his hut would never have had a bomb shelter if it wasnt for d@mn Jan Van Riebeck! Eish looks like Malema has a dilema!