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Malema says sorry

2012-03-24 10:01

Pretoria – Suspended ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has apologised to those he offended whilst he carried out his "revolutionary mandate".

Malema was speaking after receiving the Newsmaker of the Year 2011 award in Pretoria on Friday evening.

"I know that there were heated moments between ourselves and journalists. Everything we have said about you, it was nothing personal ...we were all doing our jobs," he said.

"I want to say sorry to all South African that I have offended. I did not do so intentionally. I have apologised to the BBC journalist [Jonah Fisher], and I want to apologise here again".

Malema also said South Africa belongs to all who live in it.

"You must never buy the story that we are anti-white and we want whites to be driven into the sea. This is your home, your country and it belongs to all of us," he said.

"I would die in defence of the white minority - they must enjoy the same rights as Africans. But when we say we must share, it doesn't mean we are fighting - we are actually protecting you," he said.

Malema praised the role played by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela in upholding democracy, saying she was like the "Charlotte Maxeke and Winnie Mandelas of this country".

"It doesn't matter if she investigates some of us. In the secret meetings when her integrity is attacked we are the first ones to defend her," said Malema.

"Public Protector, very soon I will be bringing a complaint to your office. The abuse of the state power. It looks like we are back to those years before Polokwane where those in power abused state institutions to further factional politics," said Malema.
He referred to Madonsela as "our mother and a fearless woman our democracy has produced".

Despite having turned down an earlier invitation to receive the award, Malema said he had not understood the importance of receiving the award.

'No awards in a revolution'

"You cannot be awarded for being a revolutionary. There are no awards in a revolution, it doesn't matter who says what," said Malema.

He said the decision to honour the invite was taken after being advised about the possible death of the youth league.
Malema took a swipe at the New Age newspaper for taking sides in "the factional politics of the ANC".

"For sure you know that there are some recently launched newspapers after Polokwane conference, that have taken sides and they are not ashamed.

And the New Age that is what it is ...belongs to a faction and promotes individuals and their factional agendas," Malema said.

"The ANC Youth League is not anti-media, we would fight for the protection and independence of the media without fear or favour," he said, sparking a chorus of applause and laughter from delegates.

He insisted that he would never change his stance regarding the "expropriation of land without compensation", saying the ANC should adopt the principle.

"I will never change my ideas, it doesn't matter who says what. This land was robbed, stolen. A black genocide was committed against those who owned the land ... I will never agree with the rewarding of those who stole our land."

Comments
  • Adam - 2012-03-24 10:08

    All along, and still now, he is anc puppet spewing forth what the anc cant, but want to get across. Of course he wont be expelled, and if he is, I believe we will hear some real truths from him. zuma is scared of malema and has not once been in the country, at any important stage of his "trial".

  • Bechtel - 2012-03-24 10:09

    love you too Juju. hugs. mwah.

      Jungle - 2012-03-24 10:43

      How can you not believe my leader? He speaks much cents. He loves all whites now, I think.

      Poloyatonki - 2012-03-24 11:49

      Juju can see that JZ's back is again the wall espeacial after a court ruling that the tapes must be made public. And Mbeki on the other hand said the youth must rebel against the older generation. I think the show has just began.

      ErikMagnetoMaier - 2012-03-24 12:00

      @ Jungle Jim- you think? Sounds extremely convincing. And the word you're looking for is 'sense', not 'cents'. Cents are what makes up a Rand..

      Michelle - 2012-03-24 12:07

      @ Jungle Jim, yes he does speak cents ~ as long as they are jangling in his pocket and no-one elses, however he does not speak sense because Malema has a different story to suit each occassion!

  • villion - 2012-03-24 10:09

    South Africans need a history lesson. Google "Mfecane."

  • Armand - 2012-03-24 10:10

    "I would die in defence of the white minority - they must enjoy the same rights as Africans" So this means BEE etc. will end and my children will be able to get a job on basis of their qualifications???

      David - 2012-03-24 10:49

      Arnmand, I wont really care why he dies...

      Marion - 2012-03-24 11:25

      Let's not forget he would die for Zuma and now he is shafting him royally...

      Bambanani - 2012-03-24 12:48

      @armando,your children are not working,where were your grandfathers when ather grand fathers were stealing the land of african people,

  • lavida.locca - 2012-03-24 10:11

    Viva Juju

  • Andrew - 2012-03-24 10:20

    Can a leopard change its spots? Yes, when it moves from one spot to another.

      Jungle - 2012-03-24 10:46

      It is possible, look at Mugabe, change is possible with Youth League

  • Ad - 2012-03-24 10:24

    Familiar with the term.."Wolf in sheepskin"...People were killed because of Malema singing the song Kill the boer kill the farmer and thats unforgivable.

  • Ian - 2012-03-24 10:25

    ok juju, always wanted a hit of johnny blue but cant afford it on my salary, how about it, just one hit LOL

  • Chien-Teng - 2012-03-24 10:26

    funny how humble he tries to be when he has been beaten down again and again... and what's this "I know that there were heated moments between ourselves and journalists. Everything we have said about you, it was nothing personal ...we were all doing our jobs" -> Juju, are you saying you were instructed to be an idiot in public and sputter out verbal diarrhoea so the Generals you report to can un-distractingly loot the State while they can?

  • bnnyoni - 2012-03-24 10:27

    Tell them what there want to hear juju...

      Shirley - 2012-03-24 10:53

      The only thing we want to hear is fatboy is gone!

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 11:22

      Jungle, you white troll...FO.

  • Christiaan - 2012-03-24 10:28

    I forgive you

  • amananga - 2012-03-24 10:30

    We forgave those who modernised slavery in the name of apartheid in the spirit of Ubuntu. You did nothing serious Juju, you killed no one, it was just a few rhetoric statements. You are forgive my brother, but the expulsion remains.

      Ocean-Maosh - 2012-03-24 10:53

      Well said lol ,"expulsion remains"

      amananga - 2012-03-24 11:11

      @ Willia, then they should go and sit next to Selebi, no fear no favour. Time will tell

      William - 2012-03-26 07:14

      @William: ...better than what we have now.

  • Princess - 2012-03-24 10:34

    I waaant to hev juliasss beby

      Jungle - 2012-03-24 11:01

      you big enough to be julias baby

      Phillys - 2012-03-24 17:03

      great rack princess!!!! You and Juliearse rutting together......... that meaty smacking of purulent flesh... arrrrghhh!!!! I want to gag!!!

  • Eric - 2012-03-24 10:34

    Too late, my boy, too late! I hope that the PP, The Hawks and SARS nail you and that you end up running the prison farm for the next 20 years!! "Bastard!" :)

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 11:12

      Learn to forgive and forget.

      Shirley - 2012-03-24 11:59

      Templeton: Thats rich-then why vare blacks still going on about apartheid 18 years later. Methinks you must practice what you preach.

      Kevin - 2012-03-25 05:36

      Templeton , I am okay with the willing to forget him. When he has paid his debt to society ,then I will also forgive him

  • Mart - 2012-03-24 10:35

    To take Malema seriously there is one huge concession I'd expect him to make and that would be to acknowledge that right now the hugest challenge facing this country is that we are overpopulated and that us men are the cause of this. A good carpenter knows that when he is making a joint and has drilled 4 holes (the job market), he needs 2 dowels to complete the exercise effectively for that joint. If he has four dowels (over population), two are in fact superfluous and to drill four more holes just for the sake of using them for an already perfect joint is idiotic. (more job creation = more births = exasperated problem.) Bottom line....unless the people in this country start curbing unwanted pregnancies, pregnancy for the sake of drawing welfare and pregnancy as a result of us men not understanding the word NO!, then we are drifting further up sh*t creek without a paddle.

      Marion - 2012-03-24 11:29

      That is why the government should offer a nice cash incentive to every man who has two kids to have an irreversible vasectomy.

      TaniaSandraSteyn - 2012-03-24 15:10

      Ooooh Marion!! What a brilliant idea. Please forward to the relevant authorities. Love it!

      TaniaSandraSteyn - 2012-03-24 15:11

      I couldn't have said it better, Mart. We would be a stable Country withing 20-30 years, if we can turn the tide, and enforce influx control.

  • Shirley - 2012-03-24 10:37

    TYoo little,too late. This sudden apology is about as sincere as as Pam Andersons boobs! You embaressed a country by your behaviour towards John Fisher,taking us back to the dark ages. Your vocabulary towards whites has been one of hatred and your attitude of being "untouchable" has spoken volumes to your lack of character! You are nothing and will ALWAYS be nothing!

  • Ocean-Maosh - 2012-03-24 10:41

    Hahahahaha Sho Malema,dats gud but u late bra

      stanford.frost - 2012-03-24 11:20

      no one is late whilst the sun is shining on top of his/her head,Malema deserves a pardoning+second chance,no offence bro.

  • justin.wimbush1 - 2012-03-24 10:47

    Said it all along, Malema was not acting and vocalising in isolation. He was an instrument of the ANC in an attempt to deflect attention away from them whilst they continue to loot and destroy..

  • Vic - 2012-03-24 10:48

    Like "Water off a ducks back." How the hell can we believe you?

  • John - 2012-03-24 10:50

    "I would die in defence of the white minority - they must enjoy the same rights as Africans"..."expropriation of land without compensation"..."This land was robbed, stolen. A black genocide was committed against those who owned the land" Not a bit of a contradiction here????? I won't forgive you... and in return I don't expect you to die to protect me..

      tahnur.m.barnard - 2012-03-24 11:29

      @Templeton Because we didn't murder thousands of innocent black people!!!!!!!!!! We weren't there killing anyone!! Just because we're white doesn't mean we should be put in the same category as those whites who did kill

      Elize - 2012-03-24 11:31

      How many of you on this site are christians?? Not many I assume cause a lot of you won't forgive!!

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 11:33

      Where and when in South Africa was there thousands of blacks murdered and who was responsible? Your black skin is nothing special, in actual fact there is a total oversupply of your kind in Africa so get over your blackness and move on.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-24 11:41

      @Oscar, on wednesday it was a human rights day remember. Over supply mhhh....

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 12:06

      Luviwe, hopefully you are not referring to Sharpville that was preceded by the Cato Manor incident where 9 policemen (5 black and 4 white) were swamped and killed by the crowds. If you think that all the policemen involved in the Sharpville incident where the police actually protected their own lives were white, you are sadly mistaken. Apartheid was wrong but don't believe all this propaganda about the general white population killing black people during apartheid...it is just not true.

      Jiyane - 2012-03-24 12:09

      whn your ppl attctd our 4fathrs,brothrs,sistrs,mothrs bck thn u dd nt c it as problm? i wud likely 2 knw ur true filin abt dat

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 12:10

      What happend to Humility and Simplicity for God's sake, Forgiveness makes future possible.

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 12:20

      @Jiyane, 99% of the white population never lifted a finger against a black person during apartheid....stop believing the propaganda you are being fed about apartheid killings by the general white population.

      Shirley - 2012-03-24 12:21

      Templeton: like I said-practice what you preach!

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 12:27

      @ Oscar, Unfortunately enough African Euros lifted a finger at the voting booth to ensure that the Apartheid regime remained for over half a century

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 12:32

      Yes bluzulu, that is unfortunately true, but they also lifted those same fingers at the voting booth to give you your freedom that you enjoy today.

      Templeton - 2012-03-24 12:45

      Why do u always have to consult the past? Let's bury the past, if we don't we tarnish the future. WE are so deeply divided by race: two nations, separate and unequal all because of the past, if we cannot accept each other, we do not have a future.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-24 14:16

      @Oscar. Just the oversupply. My question, is it right when people are killed because of their skin.

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 14:56

      @Luviwe. A human being is a human being irrespective of the colour of his or her skin. So in short, it is not only wrong when a person is killed because of his skin colour it is absolutely horrific. To clarify my reference to the over supply, white people thought that their white skin was something special during apartheid and we all know now that it was not the case so black people must not think that a black skin is something special now because it is not. Skin is skin it doesn't matter in what colour it comes, it is the person inside that matters.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 15:52

      @ Oscar, I have to disagree with you there mate.... Optimistically I would suggest 10% of AfroEuros wanted change and change came when our little BROWN fingers got to the voting booth in 1994. Have you forgotten, it would have been much better if as you suggest that Afroeuro vote brought democracy before 1994, however this did not happen.

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 17:03

      @bluzulu, you are so far off the point it is scary. The Apartheids Referendum was held in 1992 where 68% of the voters (Whites only) voted YES for the continuation of FW de Klerks negotiations with the ANC that brought about the 1994 elections. Don't be blinded by your hatred it makes you look stupid.

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 17:34

      No hatred here mate, For your information I would like to inform you that it was not De Klerk that started this change , It was actually ..P.W .Botha

      bluzulu - 2012-03-24 17:39

      De Klerk had no choice but to continue with this process that had already been instigated. I see you too have been reduced to personal stabs, really sad as I was under the impression here is someone whom I could discuss these issues rationally. I was not aware of the referendum stats however thanks to you I am now a liittle more educated nevertheless you have let yourself down with the "Stupid" statement....Tis a shame

  • Andrew - 2012-03-24 10:59

    Who on earth would believe him? He is now crawling on hands and knees to not be expelled. Just another lying ANC cadre!

  • martin.gee.godfrey - 2012-03-24 11:04

    Malema and apololgise in the same sentence!! An oxymoron if ever there was one. Believe that and you will anything! I would call it grasping at straws Juju...

  • Jacques - 2012-03-24 11:11

    Pretty soon you're going to have a ManDate with some dodge oake in prison when the Hawks and SARS are done with you!

  • Bryan - 2012-03-24 11:13

    Indeed you have a lot to be sorry for. Making statements that discourage disinvestment in SA Singing songs that encourage hate and racialism and crime. Making statements about overthrowing legitimate governments. Verbally abusing legitimate representatives and senior officials. Critising anything and anyone that you don't agree with. You have lost all credability and cannot in any way be trusted or believed and are not doing the impoverished poeple of this country any favours. You had your chance and you blew it. Now bugger off.

  • mokaleng - 2012-03-24 11:16

    Does he really think all it'll take to wipe the slate clean is him standing in front of a crowd and mouthing a bunch of insincere platitudes? It's too late, young man. He can go around all over the country, telling people what he thinks they want to hear, but nothing will change the fact that him and his sort are a boil on the backside on this country. The sharp needle needed to lance such a pestilence is long overdue.

  • alobar.prunesqualler - 2012-03-24 11:17

    Oh please! Stop groveling and take your punishment like a man. You're not a little boy failing woodwork anymore.

  • Marion - 2012-03-24 11:22

    At first glance Julius this seems like a sincere apology and I, for one, was actually considering to forgive (although not forget). Then you go and offend me all over again by saying whites stole your land and that you will take it without compensation. In case you have any other idea, I believe the only reason you are newsmaker of the year is 'cos you're a total anus who has dominated the news with the hatred and dissension you spread like manure at every opportunity.

      Oscar - 2012-03-24 11:44

      Marion, sorry about the comment about you and your mangy dog, you have got my vote on this one.

  • stanford.frost - 2012-03-24 11:23

    Way to go ANCYL

  • Herman - 2012-03-24 11:26

    Screw you fat boy, you are not to be believed nor trusted.

  • alfred.willie - 2012-03-24 11:29

    To me, patriot of our land, there was no need to apologize. There are people like myself, who will never have that opportunity of voicing out the truth in the media and by the language they will understand. Remember, there are comrades who died, knowing that should we be free, the people shall govern and the people shall share in the country's wealth. Yes, we know that those who are rich, who benefited from the apartheid atrocities and those whom they are feeding at present and bribing them, will never accept that truth, because they want to remain the bosses of us, particularly, the blacks and coloureds. but being the young lion of our time, comrade malema, soon or later the truth will turn again, against those who are betraying it. Just guys, stand firm don't be shackened

      Xenon1 - 2012-03-24 12:09

      Speak for yourself; don't speak for "coloureds". the people are governing but, unfortunately, the people are not free and not sharing in the country's wealth due to the misgoverning of the new elite whose sole purpose is to remain in power by keeping the masses poor, dependent on the state, uninformed and poorly educated. Julius is one of that elite who speaks with a forked tongue and lives in opulence while the masses still struggle to survive.

  • Geronimo - 2012-03-24 11:30

    "I will never change my ideas, it doesn't matter who says what. This land was robbed, stolen. A black genocide was committed against those who owned the land ... I will never agree with the rewarding of those who stole our land." This is utterly false. What genocide? Who was the land owned by? Are there title deeds? Was the land demarcated? Was the land being used for any purpose? What was it being used for? What about the Mfecane before the wit okes arrived? Wasn't land "stolen" then too? If Malema can provide some clear details for a change about (i) which land specifically was stolen (ii) who specifically it was stolen from (iii) when did this alleged genocide take place then he may gain some smidgen of credibility in his tantrum style politics. Until then it remains rhetoric and unfounded hot air.

      Geronimo - 2012-03-24 13:10

      Didn't "they" steal the land from the San people in the first place, after migrating down from the Congo and central Africa?...

      Abo - 2012-03-24 15:44

      So by this logic the group areas act was just natural progression? The more in denial we are about the issues we face the harder it is to actually take this democracy seriously. Its so easy to want to sweep the injustices of the past under the carpet. Is this because as a country we chose the high road and tried to rebuild together? Well its hard to try and build a country when the people who benefited from the injustice see nothing wrong with the gains they have from human suffering!

      sandy.langenstrass - 2012-03-24 16:45

      NEVER EVER SAY NEVER...YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT IS AHEAD..NEVER SAY NEVER...

      Geronimo - 2012-03-24 22:41

      @Abo - the only "gain from human suffering" I know of is working hard. To get good marks at school, to go to university, to get a job and work hard to earn my keep. I got absolutely nothing for free in this life. Your problem is that you somehow think you deserve something for free. This is absolute twak, no one owes you anything. It is up to YOU to make something of yourself. There is NOTHING holding you back, you are now just as FREE as any South African citizen to get an education, employment and to reap the rewards of working hard (in fact with BEE/AA you are at an advantage). So what is stopping you?

  • Frank - 2012-03-24 11:35

    "i want to say sorry to all south africans that i have offended,i didnt do it intentionally" you just sang "shoot the boer" repeatedly and fought tooth and nail for the courts not to ban it.whoopsie!my mistake,sorry folks...sure malema.

  • Simthandile Mpondo - 2012-03-24 11:44

    U guys really love giving Malena and the ANC attention. Wonder y

  • Philani Jnr'mafia Zulu - 2012-03-24 11:48

    aluta continua comrade malema !!!!

  • Jiyane - 2012-03-24 11:49

    he playd his part,he raised issuses dat othr ppl in gorvmnt whr afraid to raise bcoz thy whr r afraid of being victimizd,and sing songs of struggel whr nt directd at any1,killings whr there b4 he bcame d presindt of d youth

      martin.gee.godfrey - 2012-03-24 12:45

      Jiyane - Your struggle ended in 1994 when you received the vote for the and voted in your beloved ANC. Mandela however, realised the folly of nationalisation of mines and banks and even though the freedom charter called for it he knew that it would be detrimental to South Africa to do so and still is. (Mandela of course was a qualified attorney and is blessed with the power of logic) The likes of Malema and his crony's are only intent on agitating the poor by blaming everything on the apartheid and making them think that our resources are "owned" by whites when in fact the mines are all mandated by government to extract the resources and pay heavy mining taxes for doing so! Perhaps you should look at the squandering of money by the ANC government in the form of salaries, perks & tenders etc to see just who is actually ripping of the poor. Example: A Govt minister earning a million rand can buy a car for 75% of the value of his salary package. (This money all comes from the fiscus - tax monies of the 5 million or so tax payers) Does he need a R750k car to do his work? NO. Will he buy for less and save the country some money? NO. Why - because he feels "entitled" to it because the parliametry handbook allows it! Malema has actually contributed nothing to the growth of South Africa but has lined his own pockets at YOUR expense. Get off your butt and do something worthwhile instead of demanding it for free. NOTHING is free in life.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-24 18:35

      @Ferret. According to you that was the end but not according to me and the many who understand the concept of total emancipation. Voting is just a piece of cake. You and I know that other population groups were denied opportunities on the economic front which is what Juju raised and I understand why your kind despise him so much. Baxelele comrade Juju, Bua young Lion Bua! ayesabamagwala.

      martin.gee.godfrey - 2012-03-25 00:31

      No Luviwe, I don't believe "that was the end". Yes pre-94 you were denied opportunities but the ANC has been in power for almost 20 years now and the opportunities are virtually all in favour of the previously disadvantaged. BEE, AA, etc have seen to that yet, the lazy among you still want to be given everything for free. It is not anyones fault but the current government that the poor are getting poorer. You cannot blame the prev-94 government for the fact that this government has not created the jobs and infrastruture for the most impoverished to get ahead in life. after 18 years you have to lay the blame at the foot of the current government for squandering and plundering the financial coffers and failing to give those oppotunities to the less priviledged. Malema has not really worked a day in his life, yet he has a home worth millions of rands and the lifestyle of a king. Where does his money come from? Certainly not from his position as head of the youth league (who allegedly only pay him R2500 a month. Take Tokyo Sexwale and Patrese Motsepe for instance, both are inteligent men who have actually worked and continue to work for the millions they have and who would be quite happy to have a lifestyle audit to prove their wealth. I don't "despise" Malema, I just think he is just another loud-mouth who thinks the world owes him something and that everything is still the white mans fault.

      martin.gee.godfrey - 2012-03-25 00:33

      The youth league allegedly pay him R25000 p/m (Spelling error)

  • Nkosinathi - 2012-03-24 11:53

    Julius has not only insulted white intelligence but African intelligence as well. It is on record that he called very senior government ministers of speaking in fack English like tones, some he called security guards and this means he undermines even his own security personnel that guard him 24/7. Malema must humble himself and go to his farm and start milking his rindepest ill cows. On top of that the youth of this country have been taken for granted by his attitude towards senior citizens and general behaviour by his wild utterances. The image of the country as a whole has been defaced and ANC as a liberation Southern African movement rubbished as a body that give birth to racist leaders. ANC is a party for all races and his hate for other people blinded him to paint everyone bad. Malema must know that in any race you find good and bad people. Black racist, white racist, Indian racists, coloured racist are all forms of bad attitudes among human races. For now Malema must concentrate on his cow farming and his tenders. I can only take him serious if he goes on his knees and ask Thabo Mbeki to forgive him for all the insults. How can a school wood work drop out insult a Harvard educated economist?? I shudder when I think about this.

      Den - 2012-03-24 12:23

      Well said

      Mathibela - 2012-03-24 12:35

      How about Zuma who had sex knowingly with an HIV+ woman? He fathered a kid with a friend's daughter. With dozen concubines he is more of an embarrassment than Malema. A stupid par excellence who is building a bunker to the tune of 32 million using our taxes. A president who was elected based on victimhood than capability. If he returns as ANC president I wont vote for ANC nationally.

      TaniaSandraSteyn - 2012-03-24 15:22

      People are waking up. Wise up, ANC. One of these days "Fluit, Fluit, en julle storie is uit".

  • Renier - 2012-03-24 11:58

    Liar!!!

  • Thandukwenza - 2012-03-24 12:01

    Lol voetsek malema!!! I nearly left my God given beloved organization because of you...khokhela Zuma khokhela:-)..ay voetsek mjita

  • Michelle - 2012-03-24 12:06

    How does that song go ??how the hell can we believe him, how the hell can we believe him?? Ja Right Juliarse... like you actually mean it! This man is more slippery than a snake :)

      andzani.fish - 2012-03-24 20:49

      how can we believe that aparteid is over? i think an apology is just an apology so you just have to take it like that please.

      Michelle - 2012-03-25 09:40

      Andzani, it depends on what the apology is meant to achieve. I believe (and it is my opinion only) that he senses he is losing support because of all his outrageous comments and actions and he is looking to regain some footing and why not start with those he perceives to be the most afraid of him?

  • Wesley - 2012-03-24 12:08

    April 1 is next week news24!

  • sandy.langenstrass - 2012-03-24 12:13

    Malema...if you ever read these comments(which I wish you would..because this is the true feeling on the ground),you'll find that you have lost the trust of most of the people stating their opinions here, so before your apologies can be excepted (because we are a forgiving nation), you really need to prove yourself. I would suggest you read the book " How to make friends and influence people", you truly need some lessons on how to come across..get your message out..but keep your dignity.... JungleJim you are a laugh a minute.....we can see right through you.

      andzani.fish - 2012-03-24 20:51

      did those white people prove it that theres no aparteid anymore the answer is NO.

  • Thandy Moupo - 2012-03-24 12:16

    Wow! This guy is amazing. I'm sure everyone can c through his lies. He is not sorry. He is just saving his snake skinned fat ass. Nxa!

  • barend.barney.schwab - 2012-03-24 12:17

    KKKKWWwwwwwaaaa kwaaaa kkkkkwwwwaaaaaa,.,;'//''choke choke, giggle,,,,,,,,,,KKLKKKKKwwwwa kwa kwa kwea kwa

  • Rali - 2012-03-24 12:20

    LOL UR THE BEST MY PRESIDENT. LET THE FOOLS THNK UR APOLOGISING. IN REALITY WE WE WILL NEVA APOLOGISE FOR BEEN REVOLUTIONARY.WE AR JUST GIVING U WANT U WANT BABYSITTING APOLOGY

      Shirley - 2012-03-24 12:22

      LOL UR LIVING IN LALA LAND!

      Maruis - 2012-03-24 12:53

      That is an briliant plan to apologies and have hidden agendas. I realy thought he meant it this. Thanks for clearing it up for us. Think we would have nevee figure that out. Idiot

  • bnnyoni - 2012-03-24 12:25

    tell them that you are sorry, dont tell them that u will bounce back once more by then u will be the minister of Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform lol...ANC owes u big time so a ministry job will be a an apology for what there have done now, then u grabe what belongs to the black man from a white man by force....viva malema viva..

      Maphuri - 2012-03-24 14:41

      wonderful!it's our land,my grand-grandfather maphuri, was a farmer but was reduced 2 nothing after 1913 when land laws was passed.

      Maphuri - 2012-03-24 14:42

      wonderful!it's our land,my grand-grandfather maphuri, was a farmer but was reduced 2 nothing after 1913 when land laws was passed.

      TaniaSandraSteyn - 2012-03-24 15:32

      Did he put in a land claim, Maphuri? My great grandfather lost his farm near Somerset East in the 30's - partly due to the drought and government policies at the time. My grandfather received paltry compensation for his house at Sundays River because they needed to build the bridge crossing it now. The foundations are still there. My father was a cop who bought a piece of crappy land near Uitenhage and turned it into a productive farm, which my brother inherited when my father passed away. He has worked on the farm since his 20th year, for a salary you would spit on. He also inherited all the debt, and will spend the rest of his life trying to balance the books while the Government does nothing to assist Farmers. My point is: our family were smacked to the ground three times in the last Century. Don't be so sure you want to be a Farmer, or own land for that matter.

  • bnnyoni - 2012-03-24 12:25

    tell them that you are sorry, dont tell them that u will bounce back once more by then u will be the minister of Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform lol...ANC owes u big time so a ministry job will be a an apology for what there have done now, then u grabe what belongs to the black man from a white man by force....viva malema viva..

      Tony Lapson - 2012-03-24 12:31

      The 'land' that you speak of is used by farmers who supply this country with the food it needs. Yes viva Malema, viva future starvation, viva no planning, viva the suffering of our children and their future.

  • Mathibela - 2012-03-24 12:28

    A typical of stolen land led to Isandlawana along the Tugela and Buffalo Rivers. Boers started occupying the Zulu land for farming. Cetshwayo who was the Zulu king complained to the British about these but instead of listening they used delaying tactics so that they can attack the Zulus. Today as we speak there wreath loot of farms there on the Zulu land. Whilst many British soldiers parished still the land was never returned back. That was 1879 n still these people they tell us it is not our land.

      Maphuri - 2012-03-24 14:30

      we'll regain every part of d land never stressed mr mathibela,lets proctect malema first,then later we occupy every area of this land,we'll forget our sufeerings

      Maphuri - 2012-03-24 14:33

      they will surrender that land,never stop demanding that land,there's no ship that can carry a land.

      michelle.kirsten - 2012-03-24 20:56

      Okay fine take the blerrie land which was taken from you. But as far as I know our forefathers didn't take your cars, cellphones and computers, so kindly stop "reclaiming" ours.

  • bnnyoni - 2012-03-24 12:30

    tell them that you are sorry, dont tell them that u will bounce back once more by then u will be the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform lol...ANC owes u big time so a ministry job will be a an apology for what there have done now, then u grabe what belongs to the black man from a white man by force....viva malema viva..

      michelle.kirsten - 2012-03-24 15:01

      Hey mouthbreather, bring it on. Grab my bond and the tax money I pay to keep you in arv's and tb meds. Come get it, shortbus. And in a year or two when you've figured out white houses don't all have safes full of money, what are you gonna do? Demand international monetary aid? You are a disgrace to your race if your mentality only entertainss thoughts of retribution and violence. Stoking this fire will burn down your country

      Jessica - 2012-03-24 15:25

      Well said michelle. This comment is laughable. It is just bitter because this rubbish is no longer acceptable in modern civilisation. Ps: BYNYON (look it up) you might fall for an invalid like malema, but we are not that stupid. If you want to act like a barbarian, go to zimbabwe where that behaviour is allowed. And its spelt GRAB, not grabe. You need to educate yourself. Viva intelligence viva.

  • jacques.koorts - 2012-03-24 12:36

    He is such a coward with this new apologetic wave. He wont die for anything that is for sure. Easier said than done.

  • ajlbodenstein - 2012-03-24 12:37

    Why are u changing you're tune now that you're in the dogbox ! When you were singing with outstreatched arms to kill us all, were you sorry then ? And then you still carry on saying we stole your land ! I sincerely hope that all your works will still be exposed, so that your own people can see for themselves what a crook looks like, and that they should start by turning back to the truth, which includes reconciliation, justice and democracy, not the rape of other people's resources.