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Malema wants police to steer clear

2012-09-18 21:07

Johannesburg - Expelled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has vowed not to allow police to investigate threats against his life.

"...that would be like inviting killers into our home," he told reporters in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

Malema claimed government, particularly the security cluster, were planning to kill or illegally arrest him.

He said he had it "on good authority" that there were instructions "to get rid of some of us".

"The defence minister signed our death warrants."

Malema's legal team would look into it.

An outspoken and defiant Malema said he would not be silenced.

He promised to continue fighting for the poor, especially miners who worked in dangerous conditions and were treated like slaves.

"I have nothing to hide... I only have my convictions. Nothing will stop me from fighting for economic freedom, not even my death... We are unshaken," Malema said.

"Since our expulsion from the ANC, we have been on the ground..."

Malema said his lawyers were planning legal action against police for preventing him from entering the Wonderkop stadium in Marikana on Monday to address workers.

Workers were at the stadium to receive feedback on wage negotiations.

Malema claimed police threatened to kill him when he tried to enter.

"Police threatened to isolate us and kill us... They pushed us out against our will... even though we were invited there to speak."

Malema said his car was in a convoy of four at the stadium.

The first two cars entered, after which Malema's car was stopped and searched.

Malema left his car and tried to walk to the meeting, but was prevented from doing so.

He said he was chased out and police threatened to shoot him. He then left.

"What was even more disturbing was that the chopper followed me all the way to Pretoria.

"It was on top of my vehicle... That is taxpayers' money," he said.

Malema criticised the National Prosecuting Authority, several ministers and some unions for steps that were not taken in the aftermath of the shooting.

He said police and civilians should have been disarmed, and police should have been arrested for shooting the miners.

He questioned why 1 000 soldiers had been deployed to Marikana when it was not necessary.

Wearing an ANC t-shirt, Malema wanted to know what an "illegal gathering" was, and said rural villages and ANC branches often held meetings in open fields without permits.

Malema believed people had the wrong idea about him.

"We are not dangerous people. We are peace-loving people. We are not a threat to anyone... Sometimes we just engage... robustly.

"We are not a rebellious group... We will never lead violence. We will lead a political onslaught against political thugs."

Malema said he did not want to lead a violent coup, but rather "through political means".

Comments
  • squeegee.pilot - 2012-09-18 21:18

    Ag shut up fool!

      sebenza.vanrooy - 2012-09-18 21:21

      I get you squeegee,news24 keep overdosing you with malema the diuretic. You are tired of pissing yourself, who wouldn't....

      tsotsibaby - 2012-09-18 21:22

      Happy?

      christelle.james.7 - 2012-09-18 21:24

      Exactly my sentiments. I wish the "threats" he is talking about would turn to action. I am so GATVOL - for his antics.

      ryan.wedlake - 2012-09-18 22:21

      Malema is nothing more than clanging cymbal - a fool that only loves himself.

      liana.loots - 2012-09-18 22:27

      malema...slip sliding away!!!! your stupidity is contagious, sebenza and tsosibaby are in the same boat. SINK you silly , useless man

      sibusiso.mkoko - 2012-09-19 00:10

      go tell him face-to-face. dnt tell us. coward lol

      Rob.Trianglem - 2012-09-19 06:28

      Now all of a sudden he is worried about tax payers money FFS!!

      marc.klynhans - 2012-09-19 08:21

      The empty can rattles the most.

      klippies.coke.7 - 2012-09-19 11:00

      OMG the village idiot does not stop! Ofcourse he does not want police to investigate death threats that does not exist.

  • nkadimeng - 2012-09-18 21:18

    Long live the Commander....long live!Aluta continua....#Asijiki

      max.reynecke - 2012-09-18 21:24

      He is lying you dimwit and you cheer him on...you must be a borderline retard.

      christelle.james.7 - 2012-09-18 21:25

      I tell you what you do - go and grab a book and start studying.....

      Abram Mashego - 2012-09-18 21:41

      whose commander is he a foolish one without matric dat bull

      nkadimeng - 2012-09-18 21:41

      @Christelle, i actually have a profession. @Max, maybe you share you ideas, that's if you got any. You come across as one of those that just want to vehemently exercise their linguistic abilities but without any notion.

      henk.vanrensburg.31 - 2012-09-18 21:43

      prostitution is also a profession.

      christelle.james.7 - 2012-09-18 21:48

      Should you have a profession - start acting like you have one. What the hell are these thugs doing - and with that I include the Malema's, the Vavi's, the Zuma's - which any normal educated person should celebrate. Come on tell us so that we can also start changing our views and start celebrating!!!!!

      christelle.james.7 - 2012-09-18 21:59

      Nkadimeng: An excerpt from the novel - Animal Farm (take note of the word ignorance and its effect on the revolution) The novel addresses not only the corruption of the revolution by its leaders but also how wickedness, indifference, ignorance, greed and myopia corrupt the revolution. It portrays corrupt leadership as the flaw in revolution, rather than the act of revolution itself. It also shows how potential ignorance and indifference to problems within a revolution could allow horrors to happen if a smooth transition to a people's government is not achieved.

      liana.loots - 2012-09-18 22:29

      nkadimeng, if you have a profession and write so eloquently, why do you start off with stupid comments??

      sibusiso.mkoko - 2012-09-19 00:22

      Having a particular view and opinions about someone does not make u a retard, a fool nor a dumbwit. The comments (along with the thumbs-down of faceless cowards)indicate the levels of intellect, or absence thereof, from a significant majority of bloggers on this site. Nkadimeng believes in something, a God-given right, and no man can challenge or dispute that-no matter how intelligent you think you are. So if you differ with him, keep it to yourselves, and don't personally attack him/her. The likes of Henk and Christelle deserve to the cold shoulder, and nothing constructive ever comes out of their mouth.

      max.reynecke - 2012-09-19 07:38

      Nkadimeng and Sibusiso, your comments give the impression that you support Malema's views. Any person that supports Malema's views except Malema himself and the people that wants to use him as a ticket for self enrichments, are either blinded by racial hate or does not have the intellectual capacity to understand what he stands for and that is for himself. What infuriates me is that people like you two can't see that Malema and the ANC is using the poor people of the country as voting fodder to stay in power in order to steal and plunder what actually belongs to the poor people. South African's deserve so much more than what the ANC and Malema is offering, so if I call you a dimwit or retarded based on your opinions then it is deservedly so.

      heathway.master - 2012-09-19 11:05

      Wish the police would take him to some isolated locality in Kalahari Desert, lock him up and never disclose the locality. Let him just disappear from society. He insults our president all the time, and why Zuma tolerates this rabble rouser, and inciter to violence, really mystifies me. Why allow him to try and destroy investment in this country, and try and make the mining industry ungovernable. He is destroying jobs at a phenomenal rate, and severely reducing tax income to the State, which it so desperately needs to uplift the poor, and improve their living standard. The man is dangerous with his militant and radical ideas, and surely the state can silence him and remove him from society, so that he can do no more harm to Zuma's stated aim of creating more jobs for all. He has never been responsible for any good in this country, and never will be. With our Secret Service, things could be done in such a secretive way, that when and if he is released, the Sate can categorically deny having any complicity in the event.

      arthur.hugh - 2012-09-20 10:25

      Hey nkadimeng - can I join even if I'm white? I also want to eat sushi off naked chicks and have a share of the spoilz. Please man, hook a brother up.

  • kim.buren - 2012-09-18 21:18

    Oh Please just shut the FU. You don't eat to live, you live for sensationalism. You are a nothing now. Get lost

      sally.lewitt - 2012-09-18 21:54

      Careful.. You may have to EAT your words

      boltonbarry - 2012-09-18 21:55

      He is first going to have to deal with becoming someone lover in jail and hope he doesn't have to wear diaper because of enlarged rectum syndrome

      boltonbarry - 2012-09-18 21:57

      Well Kolobe you can always invite him to the re enactment of blood river

      nads.delange - 2012-09-18 22:00

      Yes Kolobe, our country's biggest problem right now is racist whites. Shows who the racist is, so blinded by hatred that he can't see the real issues in SA. Shame!

      ryan.wedlake - 2012-09-18 22:27

      Kolobe, you are such a massive tool.

      liana.loots - 2012-09-18 22:33

      lol kolobe, be carefull you are not caught in the verbal crossfire since you have outdated vocabulary

      juan.prinsloo.750 - 2012-09-18 22:51

      @kolobe he can go share his prison cell with a member of the boeremag, that way he can deal with the "racist" whites. Seems like you can only be white to qualify as a racist according to you

  • mirrorman.smith - 2012-09-18 21:21

    Peace-loving??? Hahahahahahaha... And the pangas? Oh please

      dimitripappas - 2012-09-18 21:33

      Yes, peace loving. Kiss the boer, too. The garbage spews ever forth

  • Pride Mkansi - 2012-09-18 21:22

    lol

  • nina.ignjatov - 2012-09-18 21:24

    This Malema talks such nonsense !!!! He is fighting for economic freedom, whatever!!! More for his own pocket.

      juan.prinsloo.750 - 2012-09-18 22:55

      Yeah you know he got kicked off the gravy train, he is trying his utmost to get back on. Eish all these Limpopo tendas are history. He cares for the poor, give me a break, he uses the poor

  • joe.smit.549 - 2012-09-18 21:24

    You can go home now, bro. An offer has been accepted, and the miners are going back to work. And it's not your R12 500.00pm.

  • IcemanGP - 2012-09-18 21:28

    So he wants a coup, surely that is a hanging offense. Oh i forgot, this country protects criminals.

  • jay.heyns.1 - 2012-09-18 21:29

    We ... what a Queen.

      pisciotta - 2012-09-18 21:40

      Isn't Malema gay?

      spartanx93 - 2012-09-18 21:55

      malema looks like the type that enjoys floyd on top. juju has not got the stamina for anything else.

  • Sidney Gilroy - 2012-09-18 21:32

    Someone sounds scared. This country does not need your hatred or ill advised ideas of a revolution. What will be left after this revolution? NOTHING. And what will you say to the masses then???? We are all building on a country here. Sure, things aren't perfect - but we all realise it will take time. And remember - there are MORE whites, blacks, indians, coloureds who believe in the SA of Mandela than there are of you and your hate-spreading allies who only think of their next mansion or Merc!

  • warren.carne.9 - 2012-09-18 21:34

    Malema is such an arse,end of.

  • mshiniboys - 2012-09-18 21:35

    The safest people in South Africa are those that can protect themselves not those that put their trust in the police.Gangstars.

  • randallvideographer.adams - 2012-09-18 21:42

    Mallema YOU r the laughing stock, why don't you get a job u unemployment.. Soon u won't have money to pay your lawyers

      nads.delange - 2012-09-18 21:56

      Don't worry about him, he's got his fingers in so many corrupt pies he'll never run out of dough.

      brapiet.matshipa - 2012-09-19 05:12

      Job for what coz he is hving bussiness n is rich u r the one who must get job stupid .malema is hving money n the sooner u accept that the beter.I can see u hate him but hating him won't make him or change him to b fool lyk u I wonder if u went to school or going to school is against ur culture like zuma (showerman) the horrible President I hv ever come across since I was born

  • tiaan.truter - 2012-09-18 21:47

    .........**Facepalm**.Think Malema watched to much NCIS Los Angeles -.-

  • raditshaba.mahasha - 2012-09-18 21:48

    I think i read this story before.

  • renier.lubbe.7 - 2012-09-18 21:49

    Can one man really talk so much rubbish and lie so openly?

  • PERCYMN - 2012-09-18 21:49

    I'd like to know also what is illegal gathering ???

      charles.mokonyane - 2012-09-18 22:05

      there's word 'illigal' tells us abt the law-agaist the 'law' and whr there's law there's politics,l√łng story short.illigal gathering it is manner of commune that brings the threat to any politicaly structured organisation or group.

      sally.lewitt - 2012-09-18 22:29

      @charles Thanks for the insight

      croix.mactee - 2012-09-18 22:38

      charlie - huh?! Say what,man?

      collins.nkuna - 2012-09-18 22:54

      it means that the meeting or the gathering was against the law or it was not allowed by the law,they should have ask the approval of the Anc led government or the police,i think this is unfair,,,

      rich.taughrr - 2012-09-19 07:48

      Nothing to do with ANC or the police. It was a wildcat strike (ie: unprotected and therefore illegal) and for this reason the gathering was illegal, as the employees should still have been at their jobs. A right to strike is only a legal right if the correct channels have been followed (giving notice of a dispute and intention to strike). Jujubaby was not party to any negotiations with Lonmin, CCMA or the Unions and hence had no right to address the workers. He forgets that governments, businesses and countries work within a rule of law. Obviously a lost concept on him.

  • sigmund.badenhorst - 2012-09-18 21:52

    In the Apartheids era he would have been decleared a Communist and behind bars along time ago. Just wondering whether it might happen now!!!

      renier.lubbe.7 - 2012-09-18 21:56

      He is an instigator of violence and should be treated as such.

  • irvin.mkhari - 2012-09-18 21:58

    shame you must be hurt inside.

  • steve.matsane - 2012-09-18 21:58

    Some few months ago Zille attacked the government over Youth Wage Subsidy,, or watever she called it - and she was right. Now Malema wants to fight for the poor, and miners who work like slaves, under dangerous conditions...and guess what!!! Go on brother, dont listen to what thez hypocrite ar saying..u got our support.

      nads.delange - 2012-09-18 22:06

      Steve, the difference between the two is that Mrs. Zille doesn't instigate violence to get her point across. And every word that comes from her mouth isn't a blatant lie: she didn't build herself a R16m mansion and buy herself a Range Rover or accept it as a bride...sorry I mean gift.....while the people she wants to uplift are suffering, she actually builds them houses and schools.

      croix.mactee - 2012-09-18 22:39

      Yeah, all 37 of us!

      jake.ko.71 - 2012-09-19 05:13

      O.M.G you fu&king clueless!!!

  • steve.matsane - 2012-09-18 21:58

    Some few months ago Zille attacked the government over Youth Wage Subsidy,, or watever she called it - and she was right. Now Malema wants to fight for the poor, and miners who work like slaves, under dangerous conditions...and guess what!!! Go on brother, dont listen to what thez hypocrite ar saying..u got our support.

  • dowwe.duane - 2012-09-18 22:00

    As if u have a choice to say "no" when the police wants to investigate you. Lock up the rubbish, lock! it up

  • jeanine.h.hempson - 2012-09-18 22:03

    At least they put the taxpayer's money to good use for a change.

  • jeanine.h.hempson - 2012-09-18 22:04

    At least they put the taxpayer's money to good use for a change.

  • jeanine.h.hempson - 2012-09-18 22:04

    At least they put the taxpayer's money to good use for a change.

  • mike.clery - 2012-09-18 22:07

    The royal "we" stuff is getting really boring ....

      khethu.ndlovu.3 - 2012-09-18 22:28

      Ignore it, if u can.

  • pws69 - 2012-09-18 22:07

    Sounds like Jelly Tsotsi is trembling in his boots, and sounding a little hysterical. I'm loving it!

  • ryan.wedlake - 2012-09-18 22:08

    Malema's head is so full of hot air that it is in danger of bursting. Please burst soon!!!

  • TheAccountant - 2012-09-18 22:10

    Not nice being on the receiving end for a change is it?

  • henk.tredoux.7 - 2012-09-18 22:12

    @nkadimeng....I sincerely hope you didn't study for your profession on a bursary? It would imply my tax money was wasted! If you however paid for your studies, I think you must ask for your money back!

  • Grizzlybear - 2012-09-18 22:14

    \I have nothing to hide... I only have my convictions. Nothing will stop me from fighting for economic freedom, not even my death... \ Malema said.\r\n\r\nErm... no Jules....no

  • ntsieni1 - 2012-09-18 22:18

    Malema these imperialists are so afraid of u,,you liberate mine workers in marikana,,keep on putting more pressure in mining industry so that our brothers will never work for lunch box,they will also invest some money,,time to share wealth

      ryan.wedlake - 2012-09-18 22:24

      Were you educated in Limpopo?

      Econwald - 2012-09-18 22:34

      @Ryan you don't belong in the new South Africa you should have left in 1994, we forgave your'l and this is what we get ?, All these racist whites must leave SA with peace by the way its all because of them, that's right we blame you Caucasians...

      charnelle.bester - 2012-09-18 22:40

      Econwald, will you fund our departure, pay off our bonds? Offcourse you blame Caucasians, your far to arrogant to take responsibility for your own actions. Pass the buck, pass the buck.... You will soon turn against each other once you have exterminated the whites (oh let me correct myself, the vulnerable white women and children as thats your most likely target due to your cowardly ways).

      charl.reaper - 2012-09-18 22:41

      I was wondering if u know that the reason the negotiations were successful was because he was not there.

      Phobos777 - 2012-09-18 22:47

      Afraid of HIM! HAHAHAHAHA!

  • thozi - 2012-09-18 22:32

    This must surely be the beginning of the final chapter for the once celebrated Mr. toad, the high flying honourable president of a bunch of delinquents. His disappearance from the radar has now started - what a relief!

  • manie.vanwyk.12 - 2012-09-18 22:43

    Mr. MALEMA YOU ARE A REAL HISTORY MAN,,,SUPPORT THE PRESIDENT,,, IN WHITCH HAND YOU CARRY THE KNIFE,,,? ? ? WELL YOU MADE A FOOL OF GOVERMENT,,, A LOT OF PEOPLE SAY YOU ARE ,,,.....? ? ?

  • aroka.murombe - 2012-09-18 22:49

    Y is it always a problem wen a black brothers is doing good. Of all the time I've spent on news24 I've never heard a whity saying something good about a black guy. Honestly I don't know but why do you hate us so much?

      nads.delange - 2012-09-18 23:01

      Aroka, this is not Malema "doing good", this is Malema looking for the spotlight. Malema will be "doing good" when he gives up his massive mansion and buys a regular house, and uses the proceeds to help the people he claims to care so much about. The fact is, this is not a racial issue. Just because he's black doesn't mean I can't criticise him and show you his shortcomings. And just because the ANC is a "black" government, doesn't mean I can't criticise them. The fact is, they're not doing their job, and Malema is an arrogant hypocrite who is just looking for a way back onto the gravy train, and took his political fight to the streets, where people were killed and threatened because of it. Therefore, I will criticise them, not because they're black, but because they're an embarrassment to SA. Unfortunately, News24 likes focussing on bad news instead of good news, so there will always be more criticism than praise. As soon as you can see them for what they are, instead of seeing everything through racial blinkers, we will be able to move forward.

      sally.lewitt - 2012-09-18 23:03

      Aroka, your comment is not entirely true and this offends my sense of who I am.. Please refrain for generalisations as some people tend to do so and this shows zero individualism! Rise above any situation and truly THINK.. We can not help what colour we are born and we do not all think and do the same. Do not judge others

      thozi - 2012-09-18 23:44

      I am not white. I don't hate blacks. I just get tired of mindless blacks with malicious and destructive minds, who will do nothing for themselves. The best they can do is to blame others for their ineptitude - Like you and your juju.

      dan.ledwaba.5 - 2012-09-19 02:45

      thozi, I soooooo agree with you. Well said. These brothers are insulting the integrity and abilities of all black South Africans. Whenever malema opens his mouth, we all look stupid. Whenever jz says something, we look like idiots. They world sees us as murderous, blood-thirsty, idiotic, dancing bafoons. And why is this....because all our poster boys are uneducated, arrogant and delusional ppl.

  • collins.nkuna - 2012-09-18 22:50

    I think people should leave Malema alone because he is brave and outspoken, people are hating him because they are hiding behind the musk.People are misusing state resources to prevent him from addressing realistic issues affecting our poor community and the miners,some of the ministers and government officials are benefiting through corruption,maladministration and waste of taxe's payers money.What are like about Malema is that he speaks the truth,and the truth hurt,he is brave to speak on issues affecting the people and south africa is a democratically elected nation whereby we should speak without fear and intimidation.

  • aroka.murombe - 2012-09-18 22:50

    Hope God will forgive you... I love you guys

  • robert.doyle.712 - 2012-09-18 22:51

    Heard of the process where DENIAL comes first then eventually there is ACCEPTANCE.You are all at the first level at the moment. Brace for it, Malema is going to rule the ANC as did Idi Amin in the Congo. I saw this coming 18 years ago and took appropriate action to leave "Sunny Seff Efrika" and all the Jappies. Why did the rest of you not have the foresight?...must be the following syndrome that you all have that kept the blinkers on "Braai, Beer, Rugby and swimming pool'. And now it's too late "ne". Way too late. Like teh say "Toast". Wait till Malema tells the massess to invade white peoples homes and just take over.Think that will not happen?. Think again. It will came to pass. So enjoy the Rugby etc for as long for as it lasts lol.

      charnelle.bester - 2012-09-18 22:59

      Robert, not all of us are as lucky to be able to immigrate. Surely you should understand that.

      charl.reaper - 2012-09-18 23:06

      It unfortunately has not been the case for many. Having left SA in let's say 2001 you would've left when the currency was R20 to the pound and I think it was +-R11 to the dollar. Since then we have experienced a stronger currency and despite what it may seem like a real unity in 2010 that we all enjoyed and could be apart of. The recession in 2009 was also not felt as bad in south africa due to 2010. It does have its problems however the economic climate here is still not nearly as bad say southern europe. This is also our home. We were born here and should not feel threatened to leave. Surely you miss being able to communicate with people that don't call you the foreigner down the road or people that actually understand your sense of humor?

      thozi - 2012-09-19 00:01

      Robert.doyle.712 - with your general knowledge lacking as it does, maybe you did "Sunny Seff Efrika" a favour by emigrating. While you're there, stop telling people that Idi Amin ruled the CONGO (it was Uganda silly) - they will not know the difference between you and your friend juju.

      dan.ledwaba.5 - 2012-09-19 03:00

      robert, my friend, I'm a proud black man and also thought of leaving this country to the thugs that ruins it. But then I saw that there are a lot more "moderate" ppl living here that wants to live a decent, normal life, than the "extremists" we read about everyday. It will be the moderates that will save this country. The extremists will sooner or later self destruct. I do not blame you for leaving and will never point a finger. I'm sad that you had to leave your country of birth. We will push on, fight the unjust and one day, maybe you may return and bring with you all your experience, skill and knowledge acquired overseas to help make "Sunny Seff Efrika" great again.

      thozi - 2012-09-19 10:47

      dan.ledwaba.5 - You put it like a true and caring compatriot. It is clear that you really love our country. And I agree with you. The only thing that concerns me is when people take the 'easy' way out and then continue to condemn the country from the comfort of their adopted countries. We have to hold hands, ALL South Africans, and work very hard and honestly, to make certain that our country becomes the envy of the world in terms of racial harmony, economic progress, health of all its citizens etc. And we can only achieve that if ALL South Africans, not blacks, not whites, not coloureds etc., but All South Africans, pull together, start respecting and recognising one another as fully fletched citizens and work very hard. Yes, it is not easy, but it can be done.

  • letsekang.masepe - 2012-09-18 22:56

    malema to me you are a Fake,go to hell and dont come back.

      xoli.themba - 2012-09-18 23:59

      you r nothing

      dan.ledwaba.5 - 2012-09-19 03:06

      xoli, they did a survey amongst high school students (according to demographics)to find out what they thought of malema. 65% of those students didn't agree with malema and thought that his contribution was irrelavent and his tactics out dated. According to jz, majority rules...and therefore...it would make you "nothing".

  • Rob.Gill.03 - 2012-09-18 23:10

    This sneaky opportunist and media prostitute is getting WAAAAY too much free publicity at the moment. Can't the media find someone else to report on, even if it's just for a day, an hour, a minute?!?

  • BulletProof. - 2012-09-18 23:53

    Now is worried with TAX payers money when he got is milions couldn't give a sh.....t!!!

  • henk.tredoux.7 - 2012-09-19 00:58

    Did we ever thought what these miners would have done other than mining? Perhaps they could have got good qualifications and become doctors or accountants, etc.....unfortunately for them, they became miners. No one said they should become miners, it was out of free choice! Now they are blaming the capitalists of exploitation! I don't blame my boss for my low salary, its my choice! We all know being a miner is not easy going.....but for please don't make it our problem! Education is key! Think about it.....,

      mightymsi.msimango - 2012-09-19 01:22

      Henk mining is a profession. Why should they become doctors or accountants when they are already in a mining profession? They made good choices because South Africa has large deposits of mineral resources and there are opportunities in the mining field. Companies pay low salaries to people from previosly disadvantaged groups and there is compelling evidence to that effect, just keep googling, you will find it. You seem to be living a confortable life, I wonder why are you even commenting on the issues in Marikana and Julius Malema. Just turn a blind eye, no one will bother asking you what you think, trust me. Being aware of things that matter to other people is part of education, you also need it. Good luck Henk.

  • mightymsi.msimango - 2012-09-19 01:01

    Its true Malema did taste money on Government tenders and he learned his lesson. Money to him was a new thing and the guy learned his lesson. Most people that criticise him r well off, but for someone who comes from Segwaelane near Wonderkop and Marikane, I admire him for being there. With his support the trike continued and the miners won the fight. They will now be paid decent salaries. You keep criticizing him while you are sitting on your behind, doing nothing. Pathetic loosers, Now, Zuma is next, you are out, come december boss. The new Goverment will change the laws and cover only 1 wife. Other wives will be on you account. Otla ba bulela di-account ko Truworths le Foschini boss.

  • mightymsi.msimango - 2012-09-19 01:03

    Its true Malema did taste money on Government tenders and he learned his lesson. Money to him was a new thing and the guy learned his lesson. Most people that criticise him r well off, but for someone who comes from Segwaelane near Wonderkop and Marikane, I admire him for being there. With his support the trike continued and the miners won the fight. They will now be paid decent salaries. You keep criticizing him while you are sitting on your behind, doing nothing. Pathetic loosers, Now, Zuma is next, you are out, come december boss. The new Goverment will change the laws and cover only 1 wife. Other wives will be on you account. Otla ba bulela di-account ko Truworths le Foschini boss.

  • NJVZIJL - 2012-09-19 01:16

    They may use all my tax money, if need to get rid of him...

  • collins.ntelele - 2012-09-19 03:21

    Seeking help from your legal team,how will that be valuable to your precious God-given life Malema because your lawyers will be dead asleep when the murderers are out looking for you.Rather hire bodyguards,strong ones and not lawyers.You ll only need lawyers when you go to court,either as a plaintiff or accused, for whatever reasons.

  • jake.ko.71 - 2012-09-19 05:11

    O you going to jail for corruption....dont make excuses now

  • brapiet.matshipa - 2012-09-19 05:22

    U r ryt juju y allow useless police to investigate ur matter since they r under the control of mthethwa who is a disgrace to this country like zuma.let ur legal team go through the matter .I pray that God 4give me for making his ppl suffer by voting zuma pls 4give me I was lost

  • brionyl.french - 2012-09-19 05:44

    Malema is like a two year old in the shops and he just noticed the sweeties

  • andrew.arnesen - 2012-09-19 06:59

    The Juliarse calls the Zoomer black!!