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Malema slams ANC disciplinary hearings

2011-11-16 12:40

Johannesburg - The decision to suspend ANC Youth League leaders was made before the disciplinary hearings started, Julius Malema said on Wednesday.

"There were always signs that the decision was to suspend the leadership," Malema told reporters in Johannesburg.

"A decision to convict and sanction the ANC Youth League leadership was taken by the [ANC] secretary general [Gwede Mantashe] who made his intentions clear in all his statements."

Mantashe had said the African National Congress Youth League had "crossed a line" before the disciplinary hearing started.

"Saying someone crossed a line is a verdict," said Malema.

He said the national disciplinary committee (NDC) was convened "merely" to give the conviction legitimacy.

Will appeal


The ANCYL "totally" disagreed with and rejected the outcome of the disciplinary hearings and would appeal the convictions.

Malema was removed as the ANCYL's president last week after he was found guilty of provoking serious divisions within the ANC and of bringing the party into disrepute.

Malema said it was evident that NDC chaiperson Derek Hanekom had a political agenda.

Hanekom had failed to control his temper and had outbursts during the hearings. For this reason he should have recused himself, said Malema.

The ANCYL had also asked that Susan Shabangu and Collins Chabane recuse themselves from the hearings, but their request was denied.

The disciplinary hearings had been used to settle a political score, said Malema.

There were suspicion and concern over the legitimacy of the hearings.

Malema said this was the most crucial time to defend the ANCYL.

"Our struggle will never be undermined, victory is certain," he said.

Comments
  • James - 2011-11-16 12:43

    Haha i'm happy I don't know what to do.Things look good.....

      Deon - 2011-11-16 12:46

      We will talk again when he get 10 years on appeal. It is possible.

      Werner - 2011-11-16 12:47

      "Our struggle will never be undermined, victory is certain" Same ol', same ol'. 'Struggle', 'undermined', 'victory'. Yawn.

      Go - 2011-11-16 12:47

      lol, get back to your call centre duties sganja lol.

      James - 2011-11-16 12:49

      Deon I trust Ramaphosa he's the man...we will talk when Malema is leading freedom march again...

      Grant - 2011-11-16 12:51

      'Things look good' - where on earth do you get that from? Just because malema has said something, it does not make it true!

      Robert - 2011-11-16 12:52

      The last kicks of a dying Malema mule. bye bye Juju, you WON'T be missed by anyone. It's like you were never here ...

      Repline - 2011-11-16 12:54

      Lol. Yes Sganja they do look good, I too cant wait until Malema is evicted for his idiotic comments. And he is banned for an addition 5 years!! Dont you think that day would be a day to celebrate... The day South Africa lost one of the biggest liars in political history, I CANT WAIT! :D

      Kobus - 2011-11-16 12:58

      It certainly does look good Sganja. Malema continues to shoot his vomit and in the process hangs himself. The more he opens his mouth, the less chance he will with his appeal hearing and hopefully they wont just suspend him for 5 years but permanently. So do continue mampara, we are all eagerly hearing what more troll you can come up with :)

      James - 2011-11-16 13:00

      please read http://www.iol.co.za/the-star/a-matter-of-what-justice-1.1179225

      nhamo.dzenyika - 2011-11-16 13:00

      This issue is far from being over. Those who have written this guy's rites are in for a rude shock. I know certain individuals have been dancing on his grave but stand by for some serious comeback....Don't say I didn't warn you!!

      Repline - 2011-11-16 13:04

      @Nhamo. We are the people, and we will be heard! It is the end of Julias Malemma. Blacks and Whites will come together and destroy this little boy, to tell the truth we have already started destroying him, and all due to his own doing. VIVA!

      Robert - 2011-11-16 13:07

      @ nhamo.dzenyika - I hope you are right !!! It will give the ANC NEC and the elders of the ruling party more reason to silence him permanently !!! Don't say I didn't warn you...

      Merven - 2011-11-16 13:07

      No Sganja, things will look good after SARS and the Hawks are done with Malema.

      Colin - 2011-11-16 13:08

      I though when the anc won the anc election you were "free", guess he didn't free you from the victim mentality then or teach you to take responsibility for yourself.

      rbphiri - 2011-11-16 13:08

      The Mirror is lying to you Sganja.

      makesuthink - 2011-11-16 13:09

      You never know what to do unless somebody tells AND SHOWS you what and how to do it

      Angry_Youth - 2011-11-16 13:11

      In simple terms. . . Shut your pie-hole Malema. Respect your governing body and get over yourself. Sganja, there is no way out of this for Malema, the ANC constitution rules. It is not a court case.

      Foc - 2011-11-16 13:15

      How dof IS Malema?? Does he not THINK?? Its like being convicted in a Magistrate's court and then appeal and before he gets the the higher court tells the world that ALL judges and magistrates are morons ... and then expect the 'NEW" judge to sit there and say we look at him in a very positive light .... the man is NOT WELL!!

      Sean - 2011-11-16 13:31

      @Sganja - Just don`t forget , your wood work master is absolutely nothing and you lucky the media gives him the attention .

      Aj - 2011-11-16 13:38

      You threaten the stability of your own country, You threaten the stability of a neighboring country (directly). Can be seen as a declaration of war if you declare PUBLICLY you want to overthrow the government, You keep pushing racial boundaries and have been convicted? for hate speech 50k fine comes to mind. Or was that sexism or wtf ever. you act like a twat.. be prepared to be treated like 1

      Right - 2011-11-16 13:52

      No Doubt... Malema will bounce back....BIGGER than before.....only a matter of time. Three years....five years....seven years....ten years...whatever......he is in it for the LONG HAUL

      Gammat - 2011-11-16 14:12

      Troll alert!!!!

      Gammat - 2011-11-16 14:15

      Sganja, does your employer know you're abusing the company computer?

      Freddie - 2011-11-16 14:30

      Yawn, last kicks of a dying snake.

      James - 2011-11-16 14:33

      GAMMAT Yes she knows.....

      procold2 - 2011-11-16 14:40

      sganja you pr#ck this guy is finished

      Go - 2011-11-16 15:11

      sganja - Tell her i say you the "bestest" call centre agent ever lol

      John - 2011-11-17 21:20

      Was Mac Maharaj 1 of the 3 south african communists which went to Moscow before 1994, and were told that communist central control economies do not work? Mac Maharaj quoted numbers from the Soviet Propaganda Book, and the russians laughed and explained to him that all the numbers in the Book were FALSE? How can Mac Maharaj carry on as a communist and a member of the ANC = Association of National Criminals, Abortion Murder Genocide? The russians have dropped the National Democratic Revolution! The chinese have dropped the National Democratic Revolution! The indians have dropped the National Democratic Revolution! What is wrong with Mac Maharaj? Has he been brainwashed? Who were the other communists? Anybody remembers? Clue: it was not Mal enema!

  • Go - 2011-11-16 12:44

    lol, this jerk goes on tv acting like a kid that has just been given a hiding and now wants to try and drum up support by accusing everyone of wrong doing ????? Shame !!!!!

  • Iwan - 2011-11-16 12:45

    Lekker man, grawe daai gat nog so bietjie dieper.

  • Werner - 2011-11-16 12:51

    "Malema said it was evident that NDC chaiperson Derek Hanekom had a political agenda." What IS it with Malema and his obsession with Hanekom? He's tried on every occasion to remove Hanekom and now claims Hanekom had a 'political agenda'. He obviously doesn't like a white man telling him off. Must hurt. Shame.

      Siyanda - 2011-11-16 13:37

      what is it with you and Juju???

      Raygunwatson - 2011-11-16 13:47

      "Why should a white guy be involved in such a case?where is the wisdom in that?" ---- wow care to give another racial comment? What has the colour of a persons skin have todo with anything? Guys the people are right about reverse racisim.

      devin.corney - 2011-11-16 13:52

      Malema's problem is that he is racist and Hanekom is white...

      Kay - 2011-11-16 15:26

      HAHAHA yoh barbicus, but you are only a plank hey hahahahaha lol u made my day ,whose a stupid lil boy, yes u r take ur sucker and carry on walking,to freedom, hahahaha u already in freedom learn how to use it absolutely oblivious. thanks for the good laugh tho

      Marion - 2011-11-16 16:22

      ... and why shouldn't a white member of the ANC be involved in a disciplinary hearing?

  • Bonjo - 2011-11-16 12:53

    Barney the purple Mauritius dinosaur...

  • Michelle - 2011-11-16 12:53

    What did he expect, a pat on the head and a peanut???

      Phil.Kleynhans - 2011-11-16 13:53

      Dont forget the banana

  • Elle-Black - 2011-11-16 12:54

    There is something so wrong with this guy, "saying someone crossed the line is a verdict? Are you kidding me? Since when was that a verdict?. Am i missing something?

  • Thelma - 2011-11-16 12:54

    Cry baby!!!!

  • Bigwolf - 2011-11-16 12:54

    What a joke that he is trying to hold on by crying non stop to anyone who will listen, lets forget about the trash as he said will be history as now he gone Viva freedom and peace for SA viva had no chance with idiot malema and friends.

  • Joseph - 2011-11-16 12:55

    The last kick of a dying horse.

      Robert - 2011-11-16 13:08

      Exactly. He has to respond to his dying hordes otherwise he looks weak and useless. But without the ANC, Malema is weak and useless. He needs that brand otherwise he is nothing. And he knows it.

      Pula - 2011-11-16 14:52

      I have no idea Y you relish on the latter like Malema has eaten you personal belonging... Every individual has his/her own opinion. Bare in mind that the minority that you are celebrating with are you heaviest enemies... Malema has got the attitude to say n do things. Plenty of you like Sean, Kobus, George, Mike and many more only knows critisism. You should be ashamed of yourself player...

  • guyt1 - 2011-11-16 12:56

    Will this fat tosser ever shut up...?

      Lordwick - 2011-11-17 18:38

      How can youexpect your leader to shut up when things get out of hand.you have just proven that your stupidity is beyond repai.LOL!!!!

  • NrGx - 2011-11-16 12:56

    what a dope - If you commit a serious offense, as he did on numerous occasions, then yes an intelligent person would surmise, whoever committed the said offense, would be held accountable. "Saying someone crossed a line is a verdict," said Malema. - HUH? you crossed the line is not a verdict, ITS A STATEMENT. "There were always signs that the decision was to suspend the leadership," Malema told reporters in Johannesburg. - What were you expecting, a promotion? He said the national disciplinary committee (NDC) was convened "merely" to give the conviction legitimacy. - Well yes, by "applying their mind" (and lawyers) it was established how you should be disciplined. Seriously, Malema how NO CLUE how the world works and just expects that whatever BS falls out his mouth, everybody must just accept. Go back to school you nut sack, clearly you need enlightenment.

  • George - 2011-11-16 12:58

    Juju-boy, the process was flawed, we acknowledge, but the charges are legitimate and the verdict stands. So pack you school bag and go. Let the incoming ANCYL executive carry forward the nationalisation and land redistribution agenda. We don’t need you to put this agenda forward. We need someone who understands the politics and the sensitivity of this country. We want to sell this agenda to our white South Africans so they can embrace it. The struggle for economic freedom continues.

      Mike - 2011-11-16 13:16

      Flawed, how?

      Deon - 2011-11-16 13:21

      Yes 10 years sounds better it was flawed.

      NrGx - 2011-11-16 13:23

      @george - I still dont understand why people like yourself, strive for the country to get worse through nationalisation etc? please explain...if you can? Or is this just a different platform to elevate your racism? Or is just that you dont understand and refuse to listen to experts because of an inferiority complex? Or is it because it is customary to follow like sheep? (in fact, lemmings, as this road you profess will lead us to a cliff)

      Gareth - 2011-11-16 13:52

      @George - I completely agree with NrGx, At what point exactly do you expect things to get better when you grab land and ruin farming? How exactly does an inoperable mine make money? Any semblance of funds will be swallowed whole by your "comrades" who do not give flying F#$% about you, because it is their pockets that will get lined, not yours. Seriously, wake up bud, the truth is everywhere you look. Unless you think its ok that your "leaders" are practically robbing you of any form of success, by stealing your money via corruption and nepotism and making their friends and family temporarily wealthy then you should consider waking up from your blind, political slumber. The only way is down, so if you want les chance, less food, less infrastructure, less opportunity and no way out when you hit rock bottom then you are heading in the right direction.

  • Priyal - 2011-11-16 12:59

    All Malema'd out for this decade. News24 and the rest of the SA media, lets move along please.

      StarStruck - 2011-11-16 13:06

      He and his co-accused should just form their own party where they don' have to be accountable to anything or anyone. If he thinks he can do it better then he should at least try it.

      Barbicus247 - 2011-11-16 13:36

      Not so fast!

      Gareth - 2011-11-16 13:53

      @barbicus247 - Not fast enough in my opinion.

  • Theo - 2011-11-16 13:01

    What is wrong with the media to continue giving this pathetic half-wit Malema media coverage. Just ignore this sad litle man and he will go away.

      Barbicus247 - 2011-11-16 13:37

      One can never ignore such a man.

  • Stinkhout - 2011-11-16 13:02

    I unfortunately watched his Carte Blance interview (http://beta.mnet.co.za/carteblanche/Article.aspx?Id=4462&ShowId=1). I always thought he was just stupid but now realise its worse. He is the leader of zombies as no one with a brain can follow such an idiot.

  • Mike - 2011-11-16 13:02

    Still busy insulting your parent body, essentially you don't respect the rules of your own organization, you signed up now suck it up

      Gareth - 2011-11-16 13:55

      That is usually a fantastic way to get off a sentence isn't it? Once the judge has made a verdict call him a bafoon, racist, over reactive moron and then 14 days later go sit in front of him again and see if his mind has changed!!

  • Final.Punishment - 2011-11-16 13:02

    WHAT STUPID STRUGGLE

      Merven - 2011-11-16 13:09

      The struggle to pass woodwork...

  • xolile.hanse - 2011-11-16 13:02

    100 per rand support and with you comrade Julius Malema on legitimacy!!! the NDC was just eliminating you for Mangaung 2012 and undermining the call for Nationalazation and taking back the land without compensation. 100 per rand Julius Malema 100 per rand ANCYL 100 per rand Nationalazation and taking back the land without compensation!!!!

      NrGx - 2011-11-16 13:04

      sounds like you are a scholar of malema - I have no clue what you are trying to say

      Kaizer - 2011-11-16 13:06

      100 per rand? - what the hell are you smoking?

      makesuthink - 2011-11-16 13:08

      What are you on about 100 per rand

      Mike - 2011-11-16 13:11

      Don't vote ANC because they have let you down xolile!

      Schalk - 2011-11-16 13:13

      I think that people with dead tyrants as their Facebook profile pic should not comment on issues regarding democracy. Dead tyrants should be exactly that DEAD!

      Eric - 2011-11-16 13:17

      Hey xolile, you may want to read this: www.lemonparty.org

      adrian.berghoff - 2011-11-16 13:18

      Your education must've cost 100 per rand too... future is bright hey

      Iwan - 2011-11-16 13:18

      Xolile, I think you meant 100 percent, not 100 per rand. Which brings me to the next point. If you can't even understand the concept of % (percent), how can you support Nationalization. Do you have any financial orientated brain cell? No, don't answer that, just tell me how did you pay for that PC you are posting from.

      Sean - 2011-11-16 13:27

      @ xolile.hanse - Mail me you address so I can send you a t-shirt - It says 100% IDIOT on it !

      Angry_Youth - 2011-11-16 13:27

      I do not understand what it is you are trying to say.

      xolile.hanse - 2011-11-16 13:29

      Wait and see...you can't put a goodman (Malema) down...they are playing with fire and they think its water *singing* Our struggle will never be undermined, victory is certain!!!

      Marieta - 2011-11-16 13:32

      100 per rand whahahaha wtf ?!?! hahaha

      NrGx - 2011-11-16 13:41

      @xolile.hanse - just what are you struggling for? economic freedom? ok, explain in your own words what economic freedom is please?

      Carol - 2011-11-16 13:51

      He is trying to say hundred percent, but, not being able to grasp the most basic principles of maths, he thinks hundred per rand is better than hundred per cent!! And then these brain-dead idots want to run this country?!!!

      Ian - 2011-11-16 14:17

      @xolile..... are you trying to say 100 per-cent but are trying to be clever by saying rand instead of cent???? you are an idiot.....LOL

      xolile.hanse - 2011-11-16 14:32

      @Iwan... I didn't pay for my PC i got it Mahala from Julius Malema

      Philip - 2011-11-17 09:12

      You are a 100 rand idiot...nom nom nom.....blah blah blah.....president....nom nom nom.....we will take.....nom nom nom.....blah blah. Bru, can you spell idiot?? If so put it after the dot, in the middle of your name.

  • Craig - 2011-11-16 13:04

    I love this fat purple suited idiot. Now we will see how powerful he is without the ANC. Good on you ANC for taking action. Finally we have a chance to elect a ANCYL leader with a brain.

      Squeegee - 2011-11-16 13:11

      Good luck with that...

  • Makhosazane - 2011-11-16 13:06

    blah blah blah

  • Philip - 2011-11-16 13:06

    Can the media please stop reporting on history! This man is history leave him there.

      James - 2011-11-16 13:26

      Na na na your heart is bleeding, na na live with it.haha

      Philip - 2011-11-16 13:33

      Since when does the YL run the ANC? Since when does the tail wag the dog? Dream on. The only reason anybody still knows about Juju is because the media is keeping the man alive due to their lack of news.

      George - 2011-11-16 13:57

      Censor you mean? What happened to media freedom? Should it be selective to please the imperialist?

      alpheus.moloto1 - 2011-11-16 16:01

      AND Y DO U COMMENT ABOUT HIM PHILLIP, HE IS A HOT PROPERTY, TOO HOT FOR U TO HANDLE.

  • Scatmanza - 2011-11-16 13:09

    As much as I dislike the moron, he is playing it clever after all Zuma escaped his corruption charges by claiming it was a political conspiracy. What does amaze me is that he is apealling the conviction, but continues to attack the people who will be looking at the judgment.

      StarStruck - 2011-11-16 13:13

      He is just making a mockery of the process.

  • Schalk - 2011-11-16 13:11

    So lets get things straight the ANC is not corrupt right up until they do something that you don't agree with? Now now Juju your better than that, after all you are self proclaimed struggle royalty.

  • Alan - 2011-11-16 13:12

    @JuJU .. Boo hoo

      Barbicus247 - 2011-11-16 13:43

      @ JUJU Yaaay!

  • Johnaton - 2011-11-16 13:14

    U r digging a deeper hole for urself JuJu! ANC run this town bra, dont make them more mad then they already are. They already showed you that you a small boy.

  • Benmica - 2011-11-16 13:15

    What you sow is what you reap...

  • Paul - 2011-11-16 13:18

    The rules etc that apply ina criminal trial does not apply to a disciplinary hearing - all they had to do was to show that on a balance of probability Julius Malema is guilty of the allegations against him and they did. Julius you are a sore looser just except your fate and go away South Africa doesnt need you!!!!!!!

  • gembleton1 - 2011-11-16 13:20

    Digging your own grave again Ju Ju, time to call it quits , you are now confirming what a joke you are.

  • Wayne - 2011-11-16 13:21

    Boohoo!!! Baby politician can't handle the politics!! Can the media please just stop giving this megalomaniac a voice. SICK SICK SICK SICK and tired of his CR@P!!!

      Barbicus247 - 2011-11-16 13:45

      i'm jus getting started, Juju give us some more!

  • Grim - 2011-11-16 13:23

    Juli.. who..? Sorry dont recall this man.. from my memory he was a corrupt dude with racist agendas.. oh well never mind .. he's GONE..

      Christopher - 2011-11-18 15:05

      juju is going be our president no matter what he have all power to lead south african im saying this on behalf of youth of south africa viva malema vivba

  • John - 2011-11-16 13:27

    Dear Mr Malema... Isn't a disciplinary hearing instigated by the fact that you do something wrong? In your case bringing the ANC party into disrepute, not to mention all your other actions you have managed to get away with, and not in a subtle manner either. Plus the fact that you already had a suspended sentance; what did you expect? I am surprised you have got away with many of your actions all these years. Good for you, ANC leadership! It's about time you went back to the moral principles your forefathers practiced; and that includes our dear Madiba. Mr Malema... You will fall on your own sword and justice will prevail.

  • Mzwandile - 2011-11-16 13:28

    "Our struggle will never be undermined, victory is certain,"

  • Lucky - 2011-11-16 13:29

    A luta continua!!

  • Barbicus247 - 2011-11-16 13:30

    VIVA Malema! Viva ANCYL Viva! Game on!take the game to the bloody bastrds.How do you get a white oak makin a ruling in such a case, worse of all he is all temperamental? God forbid.This council was indeed set up to legitimise the ruling.Let it not rest.If even if it means dying for the sake of Justice, we are willing to march again.

      Raygunwatson - 2011-11-16 13:51

      There you go again with your "White" comment - You sir are a racist and must be taken out of South Africa along with your racist EX-youth leader. You fight for freedom yes the freedom to be racist towards white people. PGFY

      Moi - 2011-11-16 14:24

      "How do you get a white oak makin a ruling in such a case, worse of all he is all temperamental?" Never realised that trees were able to make rulings.

      satanslord - 2011-11-16 15:57

      @barbicus,think before you comment, it’ll save you the humiliation.

      Talana - 2011-11-17 13:07

      You live in Zimbabwe....You tonsil!

  • Sharkshoot - 2011-11-16 13:30

    What's with the tea cozy on his head?

  • Michael - 2011-11-16 13:30

    Victory Is Certain!!! So where have I heard this before? Oh yes the Great Leader Sadam Hussein made these utterances before the gulf war. His defences were overun in 2 days!!!! Malema is a bottomless pit of boiling stupid comments that erupt from his foul mouth like a volcano speewing crap all over the place.

  • giselle.timms - 2011-11-16 13:30

    IDIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!

  • Andre - 2011-11-16 13:33

    Posistion vacant: Junior Dugga Mixer

      xolile.hanse - 2011-11-16 14:01

      its perfect for you Andre...take it its made for you!!!

  • nixonshinedima - 2011-11-16 13:35

    Malema is the man of the moment, loved by the poor hated by the rich and do not make mistake, he is not rich he is just creditworthy.

      Raygunwatson - 2011-11-16 13:53

      Yeah that is why the poor people in his hometown celebrated for 3 days when he got suspended ... Bah bah black sheep

      Yar - 2011-11-16 13:59

      @Nixon Glad the poor love him. They can have him. Hi economic freedom will keep them in chains forever. JUJU is so dof, if you transplanted his brain into a budgie, it would only be able to fly backwards.

  • Siyanda - 2011-11-16 13:36

    I am so happy show 'em show e'm show 'em Juju show 'em

  • Ubabamkhulu - 2011-11-16 13:37

    Sganja Your arguments are just idiotic. You argue that a traffic light has a fourth colour: RED AMBER GREEN And BLUE You can go anywhere in the world and even the youngest of the human race starting to learn about traffic rules will tell you that a traffic light only has three colours, yet, you are trying to convince yourself that there is a blue light as well, because you are definitely not convincing anybody else. How old are you, sganja? You are an embarrassing not only for the readers of News24 blogs, but also for us, the black man. Malema has caused more damage to the ANC and South Africa then the AWB did since their inception, years ago. There is also more corruption in the ANC in 17 years then the NP could stack up in 40 years of Apartheid. Let me give you some advice. Do you want to be taken seriously? Do you want to be seen as a man with at least some intelligence? Then: 1. Tackle the issues of the day. (And try and leave race out of it) 2. Speak out against corruption. (And if it is really necessary, then mention race, but corruption is corruption regardless of race) 3. Your attitude should be for the build up of a nation. 4. You should seek for righteousness, integrity and honesty in your blogs. 5. And I can continue with list until tomorrow. You are just provoking unnecessary emotions. And let me warn you, you are also causing serious trouble for your employer! If they fire you then are also going to blame it on Aprtheid.

      Andrea - 2011-11-16 13:45

      WELL SAID AND THANKS FOR A MATURE VIEWPOINT.

      James - 2011-11-16 13:48

      SShut Up UBabamhkulu you old man.You don't know the history...

      Piet - 2011-11-16 13:55

      Remember that when you sit with an empty stomach ten years from now!

      George - 2011-11-16 14:23

      Aww mara babamkhulu! what damage did jujuboy cause to me as a black dude? Who elected you to talk on my behalf? You are embarrasing yourself by making such childish remarks. Oh! by the way, you write the way you speak and only white people do that. So live black people out of that. We can talk for ourselves.

      Ubabamkhulu - 2011-11-16 14:24

      Sganja I am not your conscious, neither am I your moral compass. I can keep quiet, however, the reality is that there are a bigger force out there that will keep on reminding you and others like you that sanity will prevail. Negative people like you is normally self-destructing!!

      Gammat - 2011-11-16 14:31

      Ubaba, sganja is a mlungu with a sick head. His name is James Scott. Ignore him.

      Kagisho - 2011-11-16 15:35

      @Ubabamkhulu, I totally agree with you on the 5 set points above i would however urge that it should not only apply to @Sganja but all of us... if we continue to de-rail constructive online debates what are we aiming to achieve on this forum??? I am of the idea that this used to build up the momentum and to also cultivate and better inform and educate one another on matters of interest which we should extend to our other networks youth gatherings churches communities etc... if this is what we share what are we aiming to educate each other on what will we be able to tell our children that we are nothign but a bunch of emotional,egotistic, racist, unruly group that has only existed to cause each other pain or remind each other of where we come from and not where we are going with certainty of a brighter future???

  • Ebutu - 2011-11-16 13:39

    We as the youth can smell the victory of our leada Julius Malema. There has been a political witch hunt aginst our great Visionary Leada Ju Ju. I long for the day that Ju Ju will stand before us in Parlimanet as President of South Afrika. The Whites will pay a big wealth tax becasue of all the money they stole form us black peepole. Ju Ju will see to it that is why the whites wnat him out of the ANC. When JU Ju becomes our president if you are white then go to austrilia but before you leave pay your wealth tax. VIVA JU JU

      Ubabamkhulu - 2011-11-16 13:46

      The government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.

      Bernard - 2011-11-16 13:52

      Ebutu No ways my good man, the majority of the youth in our country are intelligent enough to reject the retoric of a lunatic, we have moved on !

      Ubabamkhulu - 2011-11-16 13:55

      “I am more afraid of an army of 100 sheep led by a lion than an army of 100 lions led by a sheep.

      Piet - 2011-11-16 13:56

      Ja Ebutu, like the rest of Africa you are going to die with your begging bowl outstretched!

      chanchan - 2011-11-16 14:49

      just shows your level of stupidity currently 23% of the population pay tax, about 18% of that is white people. tax sustains the government, its what lets the government pay for your RDP house's and free services. When there are no more white where is this money going to come from ?? are you going to pay the massive amounts of taxs that we are paying ?? you going to open a company and enrich yourself ... ?? no i dont think so, because if you were you would have done it already. so no whites, no money, loose all the big company's, loose all foreign investment . no one to farm the land, no food, no fresh water . you left with your spear in a mud hit with no food no money, your 15 children who are crying every night from starvation. Is that your future ? if not then explain, where do you imagine the money coming from when all the whites are gone ....

      George - 2011-11-16 15:33

      @chanchan, really coming up with unsubstantiated percentages does not make you a smart person. Where did you get those percentages. I can see where you are coming from. You want to impress by tossing in one or two percentages. Get a life idiot!

      Malape - 2011-11-17 08:22

      I so wish Juju was not suspended so that he can make sure that Zuma is not voted for the second term.Juju was going to dig his own grave yard anyway.Eish now another term for Mshiniwam no no no

  • J.D. - 2011-11-16 13:48

    I am shouting again at news 24. I DO NOT WANT TO SEE OR READ ABOUT MALEMA AND HIS "YOUF LEEK" everytime I open my mweb homepage. He is now part of history.

      James - 2011-11-16 13:55

      Lol J.d not yet bru is a long till next year,mangaung is a final decision.So bear with us...

      Kaizer - 2011-11-16 14:24

      maybe he will die of aids before then...we can only hope.....

  • Mabake - 2011-11-16 13:50

    That boy will crush those who masterminded these fictitious political machinations in the run up to mangaung

      Gareth - 2011-11-16 14:01

      Boy? ... well said

      2zbunu - 2011-11-16 14:50

      He is damn good on that, He did it b'4 u know that & it turn 2 bite him

  • Aggrey - 2011-11-16 13:53

    Similarities, Just like Saddam, Gaddafi, Ceasescu, Idi Amin and the like. Always defiant until they are ruthlessly taken out in disgress at the very last minute. Dont mess with the ANC. I feel sorry for JUJU. The NEC of the ANC will just recall him and sent to Somalia as a High Commissioner.

  • Herman - 2011-11-16 13:54

    There is something terrebly wrong with this jugdement. How can the enemies of the people be so overjoyed? The racists and the oppositions are busking. This cant be correct. It must end soon.

  • pasca.motaung - 2011-11-16 13:55

    Honourable President, before you can talk about South African Economic Freedom, go to school and study economics first, but i doubt after having knowledge that you"d still be fighting for its freedom for your own benefit in the name of the poor.

      Siyanda - 2011-11-16 14:48

      ohhh please shut you ignorant brainwashed man.

      alpheus.moloto1 - 2011-11-16 15:48

      SO BILL GATES MUST STUDY COMPUTER ENGINEERING FIRST, OHH ZUMA MUST STUDY OPPS, HE GO TO GRADE 1, CYRIL MUST STUDY BUSINESS ECOMOMICS. ECOMONIC FREEDOM IN OUR LIFETIME, HE HAS BEEN THERE AND NOW HE IS SUCCESSFUL, MUST HE STOP CARING ABOUT THE POOR? CMON GUYS.

  • Richard - 2011-11-16 14:01

    Who cares really, mmmmm I see an arrest coming soon, tender fraud and tax evasion will do for starters, wonder how many worried comrades there are???

  • Bob - 2011-11-16 14:06

    Sganja,Right and nhamo, you live in cuckoo land, this hero of yours is finished, there is no way back for him, look at all the comments and support for his downfall and you three live in hope still, you guys are stuck in the past, things are slowly changing for the better here, soon we will have a DA government then the corruption and racism will stop.