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Malema questions logic behind expulsion

2012-03-06 07:21

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has questioned the logic behind his recent expulsion from the ruling party.

He was initially suspended for five years on three charges, but was expelled after going back to the ANC's national disciplinary committee to present evidence in mitigation on two charges, he said in a live interview with Metro fm on Monday night.

"So you ask yourself, where is the logic here? What are the real issues? Are we really dealing with charges?"

Malema was expelled from the African National Congress last week for bringing the party into disrepute and sowing division in its ranks.

Done nothing wrong

On Monday, he said he had done nothing wrong.

"The reason I do not have nightmares and the reason I do not have regret, the reason why I'm not personally hating, is because I've not done anything wrong," he said.

"I've not stabbed a person. I've not been charged with rape. I've not been charged for corruption. I've not been charged for organising factional meetings, and benefitting my own family. I'm not charged about those things. I'm charged about what has been written in the resolutions of the youth league."

Malema said he was happy to have made a contribution to the struggle and to the ANC.

He said the ANCYL had been seen as a threat and that people wanted to crush it.

Divisions


"Those opposed to the youth league want to plant divisions in the ANC.

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

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

"Some of them are in the pockets of white capitalists."

Malema said he was ready to leave the ANCYL.

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

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

Comments
  • Herman - 2012-03-06 07:24

    He must be a total idiot to not be able to see his wrong doings.

      Jeeves - 2012-03-06 07:36

      That is the scary part. He is so sold on his racist philosophies that he is willing to become a martyr for them. Hi brain is stuck on a rail that believes the answers to all of South Africa's problems is to 'take back what is ours from the white imperialists'. Whites in the eyes of Malema are as Jews were to Hitler. The man is mad. I really hope the ANC has a phase two plan to shut him up before he does more damage.

      Margaret - 2012-03-06 07:38

      he has his blinkers, the reason why he cant see what he doing to his own people. He is also living in his own world of denial.

      PhilipV - 2012-03-06 07:40

      Jeeves ... A lead pill perhaps?

      Lyndatjie - 2012-03-06 07:41

      Herman - have you noticed that he says that he doesn't understand what he did wrong - yet all his actions after being found guilty AGAIN is to further bring the party into disrepute and sowing division in its ranks? Just look at all his statements after the verdict? Look at all the media meetings where he sat quietly while his cohorts OPENLY said that they won't comply with the ANC ruling. And he can't understand what he did wrong? Good heavens - the man can't possibly be THAT stupid! But like they said... he showed NO remorse and continues to show no remorse so why should the party consider taking him back? ANCYL now has to remember that they share the LOGO and ideology with the ruling party and if they don't comply - then they will be disciplined.... Only complete MORONS will think otherwise!

      Bardy - 2012-03-06 07:56

      There is no hope for this man... He belongs in a circus!

      Jack - 2012-03-06 08:05

      Is this the best LEADER the ANCYL can produce? My goodness the standards are so poor, it's an embarrassment when the best they can produce is a Malema. How very sad. Just makes you wonder if he's the leader how clever are the rest?

      Ian - 2012-03-06 08:26

      That's just made my day! malema questions logic, all in the same sentence!

      Sean - 2012-03-06 08:42

      This imbecile lives in denial !

      Herman - 2012-03-06 08:52

      @ Lyndatjie, hy is dommer as grond.

      Nico - 2012-03-06 08:52

      But he is an idiot....

      Jack - 2012-03-06 09:08

      What you all fail to see is the fact that he is pointing fingers (legitimately) at JZ. Zuma had corruption charges dropped - not because he was innocent, but because there were deemed to be political motivations behind the charges. Zuma has, at very least, been involved in all sorts of weird sex scandals. In truth, there are probably better grounds for Zuma being expelled than for Malema. If anything, Zuma has used Malema as a smokescreen to draw public interest away from his failings. The fact that nobody here can see the strings behind the puppet is testament to the truthfulness of this. Malema is an empty vessel who has been making a lot of noise, but it is our president who is a wolf in sheep's clothing!

      Bigwolf - 2012-03-06 10:06

      Agree The fact that he do not know the reason enough, you are not educated or reasonable enough to lead good bye you’re the weakest link.

      william - 2012-03-06 10:07

      Herman, oh, please, HE IS AN IDIOT!!!!!!

      gouws2 - 2012-03-06 10:10

      please stop reporting on this ret@rd, as its not news hearing a complete moron speak garbage! Its not his goofy little group that empowers him but the media! cant we just say MALEMA WHO?

      Izak - 2012-03-06 11:10

      Guys (and Gals), he is not stupid. He knows perfectly well how he came to be expelled, though he may not agree with it or like the way it went. He SAYS that he does not understand it, and the moment he does that his followers say: Yeah! Neither do we... and there you go.

      Louis - 2012-03-06 18:48

      What a waste of a black skin. A real village idiot. Saying that the ancyl are a threat and people want it crushed. Just look at the level of intelligence of its former ring master, speak volumes about the IQ levels of its supporters. Bloody agent and Oxygen stealer

  • mark.davy2 - 2012-03-06 07:26

    No logic!

      spartanx93 - 2012-03-06 07:57

      logic is an "imperialistic" concept... hahahahhaha.... malema go back to the kraal.

      Andrew - 2012-03-06 08:13

      Dont forget all his comrades support him as they do not accept the verdict of the parent body. Well it is now time for the ANC to stand up and be counted to rid themselves of these parasites who collect their monthly salaries from the ANC. If they do not see the damage this lot is causing us as a country and as an investment opportunity, not to mention the racial disharmony, then we will sink further into the mire and jobs will continue to be lost. This so called youth league is virtually on the brink of treason and should be called to book on their utterances. To my mind this is no longer a circus but a lot of bandits wishing to cause major disruptions. ANC leadership stand up and rid the people of these idiots.

      Ashuvha - 2012-03-06 09:07

      andrew who are you to tell the ANC what to do,shouldn't you be advising the free dom front.

      norton.legg - 2012-03-06 11:04

      Why can't Andrew have the right to tell the ANC how he thinks they should be governing this country, Ashuvha? This is a liberal democracy, he has a RIGHT to be at odds with the government and their policies if he wants to be. This is the problem with the ANC, they forget that they are there to serve the people (after all, that is what their inaugural oath is all about), and not the other way around!

      Andrew - 2012-03-06 13:40

      Ashuvha, I dont hide behind a blank face so please dont critisize people who openly speak their mind. After all do we as an electorate serve the government or are they servants of the public who voted them into office. I am not a member of any political party and voice my opinion when I wish to make a point and in particular when it comes to the stability of my home country.

  • jordaanjean - 2012-03-06 07:28

    "Malema questions logic" .... sounds about right. He is unable to think logically. What a total moron.

      E=MC2 - 2012-03-06 08:44

      & done nothing wrong?? Just shows what a freaken moron this guy really is!!

      Art - 2012-03-06 09:08

      Julius....which part of "WE, the ANC, DON'T LIKE YOU" is difficult to understand??? Walk away with the little dignity you can scrape together.... not that there is much of that!

      samuel.maleka - 2012-03-06 18:41

      lol this is nit about what ANC wants, it's about what the public wants, we are the ones who elect our own leaders. if they do not reinstate him, then Zuma will have to leave. Why should we be led by an uneducated president like Zuma? i mean this guy was once accused of rape, why ddn't they expell him? at least malema is busy with his degree at UNISA and so far he is doing well

  • Jason - 2012-03-06 07:29

    When did Malema start using logic.

      E=MC2 - 2012-03-06 08:44

      good point! :-)

      samuel.maleka - 2012-03-06 18:43

      since he started his political career

  • williamvr - 2012-03-06 07:30

    If you don't have logic how can you question logic?

      samuel.maleka - 2012-03-06 18:44

      mybe you are the one who does not have logic here

  • Tebogo Mulugo - 2012-03-06 07:31

    Good riddance! He made his bed,now he must lie on it n stop making noise

      Elle-Black - 2012-03-06 07:40

      He wont do that he is immature and does not understand the concept of taking responsibility for one's actions and that every cause has an effect. How can he even ask what he did wrong? If he does'nt see it then he needs more help than we imagined.

      PhilipV - 2012-03-06 07:41

      You know what they say about empty cans ... they normally make the most noise.

      Marion - 2012-03-06 07:58

      @PhilipV - My nickname for Malema is 'vuvuzela'.

      Ashuvha - 2012-03-06 09:59

      Those of us who still want to see him,will give him new movement support.

      Gary - 2012-03-06 10:12

      @Marion, you've just made my day...Vuvuzela....hahahaha!!!

      willybegood - 2012-03-06 13:33

      when u lie with dogs, you wake up with fleas... need some doom Julius?

      samuel.maleka - 2012-03-06 18:45

      @ philipV..i agree with you, just like what you are doing

      qventer - 2012-03-07 20:55

      @samuel I disagree your the one going around commenting on everyone elses opinions

  • Elle-Black - 2012-03-06 07:31

    Can he spell logic? Does he know what logic is?

      chanchan - 2012-03-06 09:35

      i dont think he does, probably thinks its some form of white imperialist magic from the west that targets to destroy him ....

  • Gees - 2012-03-06 07:32

    Why is he still referred to as the president of the ANCYL, he isn't even a member.

      E=MC2 - 2012-03-06 08:45

      it shouldve been EX a long time ago... its the whole appeal process, until its finalised, he's still president

      samuel.maleka - 2012-03-06 18:47

      lol he will remain the president, he is really a good leader, that is why the media and you are giving him this attention

  • Kitty - 2012-03-06 07:33

    The last dying reflexes of a headless chicken

      Ashuvha - 2012-03-06 09:59

      Who knows this might be your future President.

      willybegood - 2012-03-06 13:34

      more like your dicktator @Ashuvha

  • Marion - 2012-03-06 07:33

    On the one hand he is ready to leave the ANCYL and on the other he lodges appeal after appeal after appeal. My biggest regret re JM is that the ANC never charged him with racism. Because his utterances were surely not due to a resolution of the ANCYL.

      Isabel - 2012-03-06 08:09

      Yes, Marion. They've been quick enough to use it against white peple when it suited them, which is most of the time. The ANC uses double standards most of the time. Why are you surprised?

      Marion - 2012-03-06 08:47

      Not so much that I am surprised Isabel, just astounded by his inability to see how contradictory his statements are. Julius, do you ever read / watch your 'speeches' analytically and not just with a sense of misguided pride in your utterances? Of course not, that would require introspection.

      Isabel - 2012-03-06 09:38

      ...and intelligence!!!

  • johan.vanhoff - 2012-03-06 07:36

    NO DOUBT HE WILL BE CHARGED WITH CORRUPTION AND THIEVERY.

  • Theo - 2012-03-06 07:39

    This poor soul just simply dont get it ! The harm he did to this country and its people's will still haunt us for a very long time. In his book you only did something wrong when you rape and murder.... pathetic

  • PhilipV - 2012-03-06 07:39

    Um, yes ... the ANCYL is a threat ... to the stability of the country as a whole.

  • Marlene Black - 2012-03-06 07:39

    Let's not debate the logic of what's happened. Let us rather question what Julius Malema has done for the youth of this country. Has he inspired young people to make the most of what they have? To become exemplary citizens? Has he been an exceptional role model for our youth? No he has not. He has propagated racial hatred with his rhetoric and struggle songs and encouraged them to become militant and racist. It's time he accepted his defeat and stepped down.

  • rodfor1435 - 2012-03-06 07:39

    You were expelled becoz you are an idiot............

  • customdesign - 2012-03-06 07:40

    "I have not been charged with corruption"... Erm actually he has been charged with corruption... does he not realise they are doing a huge audit on him lol

      Marion - 2012-03-06 08:02

      @customdesign - he is actually correct. He is being investigated for myriad offences but he has not been officially charged as yet. Just a question of time before he can bleat that he has been unfairly charged with corruption.

  • J-Man - 2012-03-06 07:41

    " I've not been charged for corruption. I've not been charged for organising factional meetings, and benefitting my own family.".. Not yet.

  • Thamsanqa D't Mahlangu - 2012-03-06 07:41

    good bless Malema....!!! our voice of reason.

      Thamsanqa D't Mahlangu - 2012-03-06 08:07

      you c datz a reason y im behInd my Malema.....u Guys r so racist n u can't even notice it,

      Grimett - 2012-03-06 11:33

      Madiba was the voice of reason when he was still active in politics,this twat is the voice of racism,many Coloureds,Indians and Whites voted ANC back then, but when racist twats like this came on the scene..... The ANC will regain many of its lost members by losing this dictator seedling.

      Marion - 2012-03-06 11:41

      @Akili - 1953??? Are you serious??? That is before I was even born!! Go check out this source: http://www.info.gov.za/aboutsa/history.htm In particular read the 7 paragraphs before the heading 'The first decade of Freedom'

      Chris - 2012-03-06 12:46

      Hahahahaha!!! Voice of reason? He's more like a speech impedement!!! Thanks for making me laugh today:) Viva your sense of humour, viva!!

      Angelique - 2012-03-06 14:00

      our voice of reason???? SerIOUSLY!!!! I'm no racist, your skin colour doesn't determine if you are an idiot or not... if Malema was a white guy and he said the bull that he says I would not like him either!!!

      qventer - 2012-03-07 21:16

      You Belong to COC and yet still make comments such as this. I believe that you need to read your bible again. There is a saying be consistent with your identity. So if your Christian act like it. You are a hypocrate and really need to go think about your logic as well. God bless this man he needs it

  • Mark - 2012-03-06 07:42

    I say again little man - take off, hit the road, vamoose. Your boss has spoken, yes the boss you created and that I think is what vexes you most. Perhaps this will be a lesson to you and perhaps, just perhaps, you will lean something from this experience. Time will tell.

  • Wt - 2012-03-06 07:43

    Julius Malema faces the consequences of a corrupt system...It must be tough seeing how your own people ridicule and betray you...Racists! LOL

  • Richard - 2012-03-06 07:44

    This sega has become very boring.

      Wt - 2012-03-06 07:55

      I find it rather amusing... expelled...“I appeal”. Expelled again. “I appeal again!” Expelled...etc

  • Cristina - 2012-03-06 07:53

    Yawn......... go way!!!!

  • spartanx93 - 2012-03-06 07:56

    does malema even know what logic means?

  • satanslord - 2012-03-06 07:58

    Is this guy for real,he is beyond help.

  • Patrick - 2012-03-06 08:00

    Stop whining fat boy, and start your own political party if you have the balls. Lets see what support you really have!

  • Stan - 2012-03-06 08:01

    I heard him talk last night, I am no fan of the guy, but he can defend himself quite eloquently...

      Marion - 2012-03-06 08:52

      @Stan, I think he is missing on part of the definintion of eloquent: "having or exercising the power of fluent, forceful, and APPROPRIATE speech: an eloquent orator."

      Christopher - 2012-03-06 20:56

      He is an idiot Stan...he is changing your ways...dont become an idiot Stan!

  • Ashley - 2012-03-06 08:04

    "Some of them are in the pockets of white capitalists." Again with the race card, idiot!

  • Bernard - 2012-03-06 08:05

    Blah, Blah, Blah

  • Eric - 2012-03-06 08:06

    What Julius is saying has the support of many many people in this country. His shortcoming is that he will not succumb to discipline when he is out of line with regards to procedures and policies.Once he accepts that he can be disciplind and toes the line then what he says will be taken note of. Remember, if the ANCYL did not like what he was saying then they would of expelled him.

  • Clive - 2012-03-06 08:08

    Malema is part of a group who can do wrong and cause the death of people ans still think he is right....

  • Sean Coomer - 2012-03-06 08:10

    they are screaming for independence. start your own party julius then you won't be expelled. you can call it the isyt party (i steal your taxes party)

      Pur - 2012-03-06 10:21

      Sorry Sean. The ANC already has the monopoly on that.

  • Cedric Majwane Maleka - 2012-03-06 08:11

    Wat is media tryin 2do 2us?Are u reli so desperate bwt takin ds boy out?Wats da real agenda here?I mean reli I listnd 2dai boy's interview He neva said anything bwt whites.Are u reli so obcessd?I dnt no wt 2to blve anymore.phew!Japaness phylosophy says if u blve anydin u read,its better u dnt read at all.

      Joe - 2012-03-06 08:17

      What in the world are you saying??????

      Reinhard - 2012-03-06 09:10

      You are saying something about Japaness,is that the language you are talking in? It's very hard making out what you are trying to say!!

      J-Man - 2012-03-06 09:47

      Please write like a grown-up when you want to communicate on here. "Tlking lyk dis n dat" is not cool or modern, its retarded.

      Isabel - 2012-03-06 09:48

      Can you write this post in English please? Then most of us will be able to understand you. You obviously come from the same school as Juliarse.

      Cedric Majwane Maleka - 2012-03-06 09:58

      Hardluck guys,it ws jst my perception.hehehe,Malema uneducated Malema uneducated?Dnt u dink u bin ignorant?Dai boy got degree n few certificates in communications n politics,lol.guyz m nt fightn any1,ryt ur opinion its a free country.Life goes on wit or witout him!

      Syl - 2012-03-06 10:27

      Summons papers do not count as a degree and parking fines don't count as certificates... Try again Cerdric (please also use e and o key. they really do make a difference)

      nolan.brunsdon - 2012-03-06 11:21

      @Cedric This is not kinder garden. Type full words and real words so we can understand what you are saying.

      willybegood - 2012-03-06 13:38

      huh!? wtf?!

      Christopher - 2012-03-06 21:00

      WTF, hytu thrd hilr hunf ghuim lsjhxb kkilfb bhdthm jjdhaju bux vhdhis jsls ushkcmssugta siuau7tuwi jxs.dumb nut..that makes more sense...

  • Ian - 2012-03-06 08:11

    'DONE NOTHING WRONG' he says, not only is the fat slob lazy and uneducated he is insane as well, he called for the genocide of the farmers and whites, he called for the nationalisation of the countries resources and he claims he has done nothing wrong, the fat slb should be on trial in the hague for enticing genocide and he should be charged for the murders of all the farmers and there families that took blace, filthy dirty black hitler, thats all this scum is

      Ian - 2012-03-06 08:14

      blace = place

  • Nthabiseng - 2012-03-06 08:12

    Does he know what is the meaning of logic? Why Malema always blame white people?He must go to school and stop blaming people for his stupid actions

      Mikkel - 2012-03-06 08:21

      Blame shifting is rather immature.

      Elize - 2012-03-06 08:26

      Thx Nthabiseng we need more people like you to bloody understand that it is not about black and white!! Malema is a disgrace to all of us and I think especially all the black people with brains and an education!! He is exactly like the apartheid people and they were all white!!

      Banele - 2012-03-06 09:09

      Oh Nthabiseng- he isn't blaming white people. Give the guy a break.

      Pieter - 2012-03-06 09:23

      @Nthabiseng Actually he is quite smart. How many other 31-year old black people do you know of that has a R53 million bank account? He got this because he blames white people. If he did not do it, he would not even be able to get a job because there are many smart black people with matric in front of him in the queue.

      spartanx93 - 2012-03-06 09:37

      @banele - of course malema blames the whites for all the poor's shortcomings. He is not going to blame his own party! Its not the whites fault that bantu's destroy the infrastructure, its not the whites fault that bantu's burn the schools and murder their teachers, its not the whites fault that the ANC has not delivered in past 18 years of power.

      Akili - 2012-03-06 12:13

      @Nthabiseng, go back to school, you have no clue what you saying.

      Charisma - 2012-03-06 16:21

      well u dnt have to go to school to be clever...silly black person thinking that school is the ansa how many whites dont go to school but yet get better positions than u black am going to emphasize my point...your blinded by a little penny you get,just because u can afford a beer ka weekend that does not mean you free economically

      Ludwe - 2012-03-06 17:27

      @nthabi oh dear u so swallowed by da system it makes you think ya one of them,dear i wl tell you one you probably indebt as i speak which means u r goin 2 a slave of white peolple for da rest of your life paying dat debt.how many millions does your family hv with da so called education of yours coz i knw many white illerates who earn millions currently.i 2 speak of currently unemployed i hv hounors in chemistry,n dat makes me question yo so called education of yours is it really educating us or destroying coz we graduate n go work for those white kids who immediately went to work their fathers company after matric n with education we run dose companies bt will neva even own a portion of da company...........so dear think thoughly b4 you talk nxt tym

      Ludwe - 2012-03-06 17:49

      @elize dnt ever insult smart blacks like dat, jst because we hv different point of views,it doesnt mean we uneducated,@nthabi yes elize really needs more of your type,to nt contest n jst follow the master.@elize it wl always be abt black n white coz whites always undermine inteligent blacks who r tryin 2 make a change by refering to them as stupid or making fun of their english accent or vocabulary in my conclusion whites hv an inferiority complex towards inteligent black people.I've noted them even @varsity how they behave towards a black proffesors lecture........... u jst cant help it elize it just in you people

  • russ.sz - 2012-03-06 08:13

    And he continues to blame whites as the bad influence. Again and again.

  • Papa-storm - 2012-03-06 08:13

    DEAR NEWS 24 CAN YOU PLEASE LIMIT YOUR MALEMA ARTICALS TO ONE A DAY MAXIMUM IT IS JUST BORING NOW

      Christian J Denyschen - 2012-03-06 08:26

      dis net n stormers supporter wat so kan dink, as jy nie van dit hou nie moet dit nie lees en nog comment nie.

  • Traygon - 2012-03-06 08:17

    Headline should be - Malema defies logic, by questioning logic...

  • louis.langenhoven - 2012-03-06 08:17

    at last we can put the legacy of the past behind us and sing together...vat jou goed en trek Malema vat jou goed en trek!

  • Den - 2012-03-06 08:18

    the real issue is that you are enriching yourself, putting up smoke screens and turning a countrys people against each other, with false promises.

  • Archie - 2012-03-06 08:18

    Malema has never used logic in his life,it confuses his thinking.In fact neither does the ANC use logic.Idiots need to blame something else for their failures.Theft and corruption are a national past time,malema is to stupid to see that he is biting the hand that feeds the youth league. When the DA comes to power all the corruption will end. The voters have seen what the DA has done in the cape.Prosperity,clean and pothole free roads,properly qualified provincial employees and a clean administration who are proud to work.

      Robi - 2012-03-06 08:35

      Archie,for DA to come into power has to do more to convince majority of SA.

      Banele - 2012-03-06 09:16

      Archie- the Da has done all those great things for whites. In Gugs and Khayelitsha things are different. So do you honestly think that as a black person I would give Joburg to the DA- highly unlikely, cause here the ANC has done a lot, to improve the mess apartheid did. Soweto is much nicer than it was and there is BRT, which isn't in CPT because all things good in CPT are reserved for whites. DA has no chance.

      nolan.brunsdon - 2012-03-06 11:25

      @Banele Really are you that stupid?

      Alex - 2012-03-06 12:13

      I know Banele, I mean look at how the ANC has transformed Alex from a township to a top Joburg suburb. And the schools in Limpopo are world-class. Not to mention the improvement in safety and functioning of the taxis. And the healthcare....

  • John Murray McKay - 2012-03-06 08:20

    Ah, the day I can open news24 and not see the Nando's eating fool's name or fat face...what a joy that would be

  • Mandy - 2012-03-06 08:20

    the only way to keep him quiet is for the media to stop printing what he says...the will then only reach a very small audience

  • Fatima - 2012-03-06 08:20

    for crying out loud will JULIUS and the OTHER CLOWNS just move along...!!! we have bigger things to worry about in this country !!

  • Romank - 2012-03-06 08:20

    What does this idiot know about "Malema said he was happy to have made a contribution to the struggle and to the ANC" He was still in diapers when the struggle was in full swing

  • Ben Nel - 2012-03-06 08:22

    So with this "logic" only deeds can be wrong and dangerous, not words?

  • Robi - 2012-03-06 08:26

    Hence malema seems to be living in an era before 1994, by creating divisions in the society and attacking innocent whites people instead of recruiting them to join the ANC, I still believe that charges against him are personal attack. The charges relates to resolutions of youth league and youth league suppossed to have been charged. By charging malema, The ANC showed that they needed a youth leader with conceptual, technical and interpersonal skills of which Malema does not posses. Simultaneously, the ANC should have participated in the election of the youth leader, showed the youth the skills required from the youth leader. In other words, the ANC failed both the youth league and SA youth. Political solution is better than expulsion, then the ANC to advise Malema to step down or be taken to Political school to understand dynamics before 1994 and after 1994.

      Pur - 2012-03-06 10:29

      Well said Robi. But does Malema have the ability to learn the lessons of Political School, or the capacity to change his present views? It doesn't seem likely to me.

      Robi - 2012-03-06 10:52

      Pur-For him to be elected as a youth leader, SA youth realizes potential of good leader in him.His challenge is that he tried in vain to immitate the youth before 1994 in 2012. In our history, there is no correlation of both political and economic environments between before 1994 and 2012. The biggest dilemma is he cannot differrentiate the two. If he was possessing those skills, he was supposed to have digested the resolutions and provide leadership to the youth league on how to articulate those resolutions to the benefit of society and not contravening the mother body 's policies and procedures

  • Patient - 2012-03-06 08:26

    Mr Malema has set the standard and whoever succeed him must maintain it. Economic Freedom must be given highest priority in the ANC led goverment.

  • Greg - 2012-03-06 08:30

    "Logic" and "Malema" Two words that just don't belong in the same sentence...

  • Deon - 2012-03-06 08:32

    He does not get it, they (ANC) don't want him anymore.

  • Jeffrey - 2012-03-06 08:34

    Malema did lot of things mostly bad to public, insulting journalists, kill the bo@r ect. but the public blinded by the decision taken against him. lets see. 1 Malema made lots of public mistakes without ANC complaining. no displinary action taken against HIM. 2 he took the ANC for challenge, they took him for DC. now checking on the two actions, ANC did not Displine or expell HIM for Public gain, but for selfserving political baises. its OK when insults the public and wrong when takes the ANC.

      Themba Mabona - 2012-03-06 08:44

      i don't get it are all whites commemting here speaking on behalf of the anc? WE IN THE ANC DON'T HAVE A DUSTBIN FOR COMRADES. HE'S STILL OUR PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT TO BE FOR SOUTH AFRICA

      Andrew Sheppard - 2012-03-06 08:54

      Themba hahahahahahahahaha joke of the day!! Thank you!

      william - 2012-03-06 09:42

      Jeffrey, GO BACK TO SCHOOL PLEASE!!!!!