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Malema will fight expulsion in court

2012-03-25 16:56

Tzaneen - Embattled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema will seek redress in the courts if he is expelled from the party, he said on Sunday.

Malema remains president of the ANCYL pending his appeal against a decision by the African National Congress's national disciplinary committee to expel him.

Until now he has consistently rejected the idea of taking legal action against the ANC.

"I said I would not go to court, but now I have decided to do so," he said.

"I need no mandate and act as an individual whose rights have been violated."

This would not contradict the principles of the ANC, as he would no longer be an ANC member.

Malema was speaking at an ANCYL centenary rally at the Nkowankowa Stadium, outside Tzaneen.

He called on the crowd not to abandon the ANC, calling it the only hope for the country's poor.

No regrests

He reminded the crowd that while individuals would come and go, the ANC would continue.

"I will never be welcomed in the ANC. I have been fired in the ANC. But I have no problem with that," he said.

He did not regret anything he had done, Malema said.

"I did what I believed in and I did it on my own. I was not told by anyone to do anything.

"I have not been chased from heaven, but from the ANC by a faction that can only do so as they currently have power."

The ANCYL was being victimised by its own leaders, he said.

"They are trying to punish anyone associated with the ANCYL as if we are an illegal association."

He would not accept being victimised by anyone, he said.

Those who are supposed to support and protect the ANCYL were scared to do so.

"We are orphans standing alone. Our leaders are scared. They prefer their positions above speaking out for what is right," he told the crowd.

"There is no longer a youth league of the ANC. We are a former self. They have succeeded in killing us."

Militant

Also speaking at the rally, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe said revolution was deliberate and methodical, and never accidental.

He could barely be heard in the stadium above the conversations of the crowd.

"The ANC has no use for a passive youth league. We need our youth league to be militant, creative and determined. When the call is given, the youth must answer rapidly," he said.

The youth had to be afforded space to generate new ideas.

The ANC expected the ANCYL to recruit youth and remain relevant to the youth.

"It is the ANC's duty to show and lead the ANCYL if it strays from the path. We must guide them all the time. They can't stray off the path and go off on their own," Motlanthe said.

New ideas

The ANCYL had been formed by the ANC to feed and form the youth in preparation for becoming ANC members, said Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, himself a former ANCYL president.

"No one will destroy the ANCYL," he said.

"You are here to create new ideas. Once the ANCYL ceases to think we will be in danger. Once they suffer political dwarfism the revolution will be in danger."

Messages of support for the ANCYL were sent by the ANC Women's League and the ANC Veterans' League, as well as youth organisations from all over Africa, including Zimbabwe, Ghana, Namibia and Ethiopia.

Comments
  • phathuchicos - 2012-03-25 17:00

    Yah watever...im outa of here...had enough gabbage for the day...

      JungleJim - 2012-03-25 17:15

      you are digrase to black culture and agenda of ancyl, you are never to be revolutionaise to new ancyl agenda. malema and militants are going to own anc and south africa. we mobilse the ground

      rbphiri - 2012-03-25 17:28

      @ Jungle butth0le jim, the jungle is calling. The irony here is that ur avatar is that of a primate and you behaving like a typical banana republican. Save ur last braincell 2 think sensibly before u post comments that clearly manifest the echoes of dumb voices in ur head. Ask ur parents for the chromosomes they deprived u of.

      Jeffrey - 2012-03-25 17:34

      @RPhiri, That is not an avatar, that is an actual photo of JungleJim.

      Geronimo - 2012-03-25 17:57

      Lol, my comment to Jungle Jim was deleted by News24 quicker than you can say "white guy posing as a black guy looking for a reaction".

      Wesley - 2012-03-25 18:09

      With our stupid system, he will most probaly sucessfull anycase

      johan.vanhoff - 2012-03-25 19:12

      JUNGLE JIM.YOU LOOK AND SPEAK AND THINK AND ACT LIKE YOU LOOK.YOU ARE A DISGRACE TO YOUR CULTURE. GO BACK TO THE TREES OR MOUNTAINS WHERE YOU BELONG.

      Irene - 2012-03-25 19:49

      Ignore JungleJim - he's nothing but a white person trying to stir. If you cannot recognise that then sorry for you.

      J-Man - 2012-03-27 08:22

      I agree with Irene... its obvious.

  • btosuffer - 2012-03-25 17:07

    dat is the only way out cadre,those power drunkereds were neva objective wen dey dealt wit yo matter.lets hope the court wil be on our side unless their being influenced by this power mongers.

      rbphiri - 2012-03-25 17:32

      So here is another "economic fighter" who supposedly thinks his loyalty to Barney the Maritius fat purple dinosaur, will get him a mine. btosuffer...Im assuming the first 3 letters of your alias stands for Brain trauma occasional suffer.

      Geronimo - 2012-03-25 18:00

      Malema changes his mind way too much. First, he would die for Zuma and all whites were thieves. Then he was to be a lonely cattle farmer and now Zuma is the enemy but he would die for whites. Bit of a flip flopper, isn't he?

      Irene - 2012-03-25 19:39

      Interesting that the fat boy that speaks with the forked tongue said only a few weeks ago that he would NEVER take the ANC to court. Juliearse is nothing more than a foul-mouthed, idiotic piece of scum.

  • Ian - 2012-03-25 17:11

    yawn, i guess he wont want to die for us whities anymore, let me guess, that was taken out of context, go have a drink fatboy

  • Simon Mtshwene - 2012-03-25 17:14

    Get em Juju.

      JungleJim - 2012-03-25 17:23

      you and me can lead revolution, viva andyl, viva

      rbphiri - 2012-03-25 17:35

      Let's play a game...ever heard of "Simon says". Well Simon says think?.....i guess u lost the game

      rbphiri - 2012-03-25 17:39

      @ Jungle butth0le jim it's not andyl but ANCYL. How dumb must u be to not be able to spell an abbreviation.

  • shongwepatrick - 2012-03-25 17:19

    Who cares, you'll meet the hawks waiting for you idiot!

      rbphiri - 2012-03-25 17:59

      In the ANCYL, multitasking means screwing up several things at once.

  • Scouter - 2012-03-25 17:24

    "I said I would not go to court, but now I have decided to do so," he said. In other words, you are a liar Julius Malema. But then we know that already.

  • manyanyaphiri - 2012-03-25 17:30

    While (and if) Motlanthe and other hopefuls are still even to begin clearing their voice to oppose the very nadir of rot doing the rounds both in the party and the government of the party under the Zuma watch, YOU HAVE NO CHOICE, BOY, but the courts!

  • Carlton - 2012-03-25 17:32

    Motlante was the one guy I liked in the A.N.C, seems like the power bug has bitten him hard. Stupid populist troll

      Irene - 2012-03-25 19:52

      Motlante is as bad as the rest and also doesn't pay his bills. Probably thinks he can get out of paying rent because of who he is - a VIP - a Very Important Pig.

  • Carlton - 2012-03-25 17:32

    Motlante was the one guy I liked in the A.N.C, seems like the power bug has bitten him hard. Stupid populist troll

  • bmntwaphi - 2012-03-25 17:34

    I have never seen someone who contradicts himself like this idiot, one minute he say this and the other minute he says a different thing. Just go and shoot yourself because you are brainless. I think the reason you always say different things it's because you say them whilst you are drunk.

      Kent - 2012-04-03 15:38

      @ bmntwaphi. You can not blame alcohol for his stupidity, he was born like that.

  • raymond.kok3 - 2012-03-25 17:36

    what a whole lot of hog wash pleeeeeaaaassseee leavvvve and go sit in Limpopo where there is a whole lot of popo going on.jungle jim you should ask him where your part of his fortune in the new SA are SA belonmg to all of us stop smoking your socks

  • Jeffrey - 2012-03-25 17:38

    The only time Malema will be in court he will be in the dock trying to defend himself from corruption charges.

  • Paul - 2012-03-25 17:46

    Very funny indeed. Have to ask what does he want to achieve. He is not liked... is he so stupid he cannot understand that ? What will the court say - shame Julius, your friends no longer like you. Exactly what does he want in return? Money, reinstatement where he is not liked. I think it is more about what he has to lose. He is grappling on the side of the crevice now.

  • Bambanani - 2012-03-25 17:52

    so the court must force the anc to take malema back,thats bs

      rbphiri - 2012-03-25 18:00

      With that mammoth weight, malema will be an extra heavy burden for the ANC.

  • sikhumbuzok - 2012-03-25 18:04

    If i understand and remember correctly Malema categorically stated that he will never take the ANC to court. He even made an example of the ANCYL member who took the ANCYL to court; they expelled him. Besides my dislike for the guy and what he stands for; but isnt it further proof you cannot trust him. #thats to the fans. He changes his mind to suit himself. Fact is: the ANC is the umbrella that protects him and allows him to continue to loot this country. So once he is outside the umbrella to protect him is gone. My fellow black members lets see him for what he is. Lets dissociate ourselves from and express he does not express our values. Lets also acknowledge that our rebuke of him is not by default support for Zuma. Lets take a principled stand; not a factional one.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-25 18:53

      I hope it is not support for Zuma because SA has lost a lot under him and the history will judge him. Even 2014 or 12/2012 is just too far. In our short history he presided over one of the most corrupt administration, nothing personal.

  • brett.macdonald1 - 2012-03-25 18:05

    Doesn't this Julius Malema Court vs ANC National Disciplinary Committee issue make everyone in the ANC think? If Malema decides to approach the country's courts against the ANC, what does it tell us about our courts, and the ANC? Malema's supporters want him to take his case to court, in the hope that the court makes a different ruling to which the ANC NDC made… In other words, ANC members are acknowledging that our country's judicial system is not factionalised like the political party is. Everyone is hoping that the facts on the table will deliver a more fair result than Malema has received under his own party's NDC… So then ANC members, why the ongoing attacks against our constitution and the powers of our judiciary? Please show consistency here: If you'd rather entrust Julius Malema's fate in the hands of our judicial system on the one hand, then surely you must stop pushing for the the ridiculous notion that government must have higher powers than our courts… and even our constitution. Do you really want to introduce factionalised party-politics into our judicial system that you're relying on now to be fair and deliver a correct judgement for Julius? Show some consistency here people.

  • managa.ndwax - 2012-03-25 18:06

    Malema is a true voice of BLACK youth that's why we go to listen to him in numbers,,,he has never addressed empty seats that goes to show that BLACK youth love him despite the Meadia slender,,

      JungleJim - 2012-03-25 18:11

      yes i gree, enug meadia slender. down with berets and radicles, down with league, down. no wait ... whre was I? oh yes, we mobiles ground and mean what we say

      Eugene Walters - 2012-03-25 18:49

      malema is in for abig surprise

      Anton - 2012-03-25 19:05

      The black youth you talk about are embattled because they are starting to realise their leaders are lying to them, so when someone comes with fresh lies (Malema), they have no recourse but to believe in him. It's very sad indeed how easily they are brainwashed, because they're desperate and have been promised the world without having to work. Free houses, free education, free healthcare. That's a fools dream.

      Irene - 2012-03-25 19:42

      Managa ~ Just goes to show how damaging OBE education is if you classify this piece of pond scum as leader. Shame, that's why you'll never get anywhere in life, you and all the lieesteners.

      Stanley - 2012-03-25 22:01

      judging by your spelling,I am not supprised you follow Juli-ass...I think you should rather go back to school...if you were there ever before...You sound VERY UNEDUCATED AND IGNORANT!

      Reehaz - 2012-03-26 16:44

      thats the problem managa its the people that are uneducated that he takes advantage of

  • Tanie - 2012-03-25 18:07

    Stop commenting on Malema's posts and see if NEWS24 will ever shove the malema crap down our neck again. I plead.

      Grootrot - 2012-03-25 21:17

      This is a bit ironic that you ask for a stop of comments on Malema, but you comment on an article about him. Malema is going to be part of the SA political environment until he dies and he will become a martyr if his death is premature. If the media does not comment on him, it will be worse, your guess is as good as mine what he will do to get the attention. Rather print and save the pages that you can hold him to account in future. The raw facts are: 1) He is a more populist leader than Zuma and got the poor's support 2) He is young 3) He represents the most dangerous part of the constituency out there: poor and semi- or non - educated people. The ANC buys these votes with little tax money in grants. Malema will get there votes for a little bit more and then we may have another war.

  • Collen - 2012-03-25 18:18

    Please do Julius, fight to the bitter end. Anyway zuma is gone, we can't have a president with court case hanging on his head. So Mangaung for Motlanthe. Julius please fight until the end. I beg you. Once my leader always my leader.

      johan.vanhoff - 2012-03-25 19:26

      GO WITH THE APE------JIM

  • Frank - 2012-03-25 18:21

    The truth about Che Guevara's beret (the one Malema and his followers wear). Che Guevara had serious scalp infections from crab-lice and tertiary syphillis which were not attended to when he was a guerilla in the jungles of South America. Malema and his fashion groupies seem to have also succumbed to these afflictions in the jungles of Sandton.

      Gregory - 2012-03-25 18:29

      Very amusing . Thumbsup.

      Bambanani - 2012-03-25 18:33

      thats rubbish about che

      Frank - 2012-03-25 19:07

      Sorry Bambanani, I did not mean to tarnish your heroes, but unfortunately Che was also gay.

  • Kmalebye - 2012-03-25 18:57

    power has become a virus slowly killing the anc.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-25 19:10

      Power accompanied with greed.

  • Luviwe - 2012-03-25 19:03

    Let us be honest, Mslems's fate was sealed the day it was decided that he must be charged. Anyway at the business breakfast the president of the ANC said the YL will have elect a new president whilst the matter was still to be brought befor the NDCA. What does that tell you? And I believe with this as an arguement in court he stand a chance.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-25 19:33

      Malema's

      Frank - 2012-03-25 19:38

      Hi Luviwe. I try to read between the lines. Zuma has infiltrated the police ilegally with his colonels and probably a host of other beneficiaries. This type of megalomania is the early indication that dictatorship is slowly developing. After careful thought, I conclude that he is assembling a high-power asassination group that are practically untouchable. If I was Malema or anyone intending to oppose his re-election, I would be very careful. Take note of any mysterious deaths or suicides in the near future. I think your boy is going to be expelled, with a termination clause.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-25 19:56

      Someone from N24 deleted my coment. I can't rule that out, remember one of the bodyguards that commited suicide. Look at what is happening at SAPS. The less said about the intelligence services and the stories from that side as well. He have got a solid base in the security services, as it is managed by his allies which happens to be homeboyz. Ask yourself this, why Mbalula had to be promoted to sport which in my mind is not that important compared to SAPS for Magaung, furthermore a Malema ally that couldn't be trusted.

  • Themba - 2012-03-25 20:20

    This debacle that the Anc finds its self in is mainly rooted from the fact that when the leadership of JM pronounced their style of leadership as militant, Anc did not call them into order. The country does not need a millitant, but an educated skilled youth that will design sound socio-economic transformation strategies. Not to take stupid unemployed laggards of Jhb into the street. Toyi-toying time is over, we are not interested in seeing how many unemployed follow u, and that u do not adress empty seats. U pride yoself on stupidity that just bcoz u r YL pres u cn pronounce a dramatic unresearched economic policy that could drown us all. There is nothing wrong with Nationalisation, its just it could not happen in yo life time, the reason being simply bcoz of capacity in our black populace. How can u not realise this all of yo leadership.

      Collen - 2012-03-25 20:49

      Who are you impressing?

  • Themba - 2012-03-25 20:20

    This debacle that the Anc finds its self in is mainly rooted from the fact that when the leadership of JM pronounced their style of leadership as militant, Anc did not call them into order. The country does not need a millitant, but an educated skilled youth that will design sound socio-economic transformation strategies. Not to take stupid unemployed laggards of Jhb into the street. Toyi-toying time is over, we are not interested in seeing how many unemployed follow u, and that u do not adress empty seats. U pride yoself on stupidity that just bcoz u r YL pres u cn pronounce a dramatic unresearched economic policy that could drown us all. There is nothing wrong with Nationalisation, its just it could not happen in yo life time, the reason being simply bcoz of capacity in our black populace. How can u not realise this all of yo leadership.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-25 20:25

      Themba, the discussion is about expulsion of Malema not policy issues, which are just a scapegoat. The real issue is Mangaung here.

      Collen - 2012-03-25 20:43

      You are a fool sir.

      Themba - 2012-03-25 21:06

      Lu, Malema has crossed the line serverely twice on purpose just bcoz he is claiming to be radical n millitant. Cmon guys even if it was Mangaung, he played himself out of the game by being radical to the ppl that allowed him to be there. It has been historic that leagues of the Anc influence each other on type of ppl to lead. So he thot he was bigger n created unneccessary tension with other leaders whom may have influenced his appointmet. Colen I wipe my feet on the lips of a person whom resorts to insults, instead of constructive debate. It shows the type of Juju's followers cnt engage in a debate bt prefer to hit ppl with chairs, n show thier black asses. Anc was never for hooligan.

      shongwepatrick - 2012-03-25 21:13

      Definately my brother,!

      Luviwe - 2012-03-25 21:26

      Becuse then he was dancing to their tune, and now he want them out they expell him. My question, is that right? my opinion is no. Don't question other people's intergrity, come with opinion and we discuss. Hooliganism started in Polokwane in 12/2007 and nothing was done and I question those who had and still have got authority on that one. The president elect was smiling all the way to the position of the ANC. Policy is not like a bible that cannot be changed, it can come out raw and with deliberation get modified to suit the material conditons that a prevailing at that moment hence there are options that are mooted like the model in Botswana. Hope you know it hence you brought it to the discussion. Policy cannot get someone expelld, read inbetween the lines bro.

  • Collen - 2012-03-25 20:55

    Julius, you were elected unopposed and you said you want to resign but comrades refused. By comrades I refer to those who have membership cards and voting rights for leaders in the ANC. Funny the people who are not in the ANC nor vote for it clap hands for your expulsion and ANC memebers think the YL is dying and they got to defend it. I see stadiums getting full filled and halls get full filled when you are around. PLEASE FIGHT UNTIL YOU COME BACK. NEW LEADERSHIP WILL FREE YOU AND UNBAN THE YOUTH LEAGUE.

      JungleJim - 2012-03-26 10:02

      colleen you and me must leads revolution. we moblize the ground

  • Themba - 2012-03-25 21:39

    The history of YL has been that the leadership of the youth league was learned graduates. And in our time no one can claim that apartheid coz him not to study. Jus bcoz JZ is not formally learned does not mean we can vindicate a school drop-out to lead such a sensitive League, just bcoz he roar better than others. YL has to have a new criteria in electing leadership, a cv based criteria should work with high levels of expactation academically. I hate to be led by a non learned. Its stupidity. Anc is no longer a liberation movement, but a rulling party, n so shud our thots be transformed away frm 'cde viva' into a movement whose engine is made up of learned umits that cohessively work tirelessly for a better social transformation. Themba is staunch member of the Anc, Thembinkosi Nkosi Branch; Emalahleni Region, Newcastle.

      Luviwe - 2012-03-25 22:00

      So as the ANC. What's good for the goose it's good for the gander. I wuold appreciate if the country is led by a learned graduate who does not shoot from the hip. To bring some light to my arguement, the pronouncement he made in P.E during business breakfast will put him in a corner if Malema is honest about taking the matter to court. They had recognised that loophole, disadvantages of non-formal education. I would appreciate if employment can be based on qualification not how many meetings of the ANC you go to. Anyway no matter what happens to the ANC or YL is none of my business, but I'm worried about Azania that is screwed up side down through corruption.

  • thembelani.simon - 2012-03-25 21:52

    i thnk ukhuthi politics is a date game but though malema has been the boss of jz

  • thembelani.simon - 2012-03-25 21:52

    i thnk ukhuthi politics is a date game but though malema has been the boss of jz

  • brainbowgold - 2012-03-25 23:06

    We here in SA have no enemies. Why would the youth league need to be "militant", Kgalema? Big oops!

  • Jon-Paul - 2012-03-26 00:25

    South African society is in general still very much uninformed and still cling to the hope that sum saviour will lead them to a better life.That is why this fool is still being entertained.

  • Jayson - 2012-03-26 03:51

    Juluis Malema is using the media to play with everybody's emotions. Stop publicizing this fools comments. Its really causing s@#t in this country.

  • Marion - 2012-03-26 07:11

    He did not regret anything he had done, Malema said. "I did what I believed in and I did it on my own. I was not told by anyone to do anything. So much for stating all the time that he was acting on behalf of the ANCYL. Why don't they report that Kgalema Motlanthe questioned those who were wearing t-shirts with his pic on what they were going to do with those t-shirts when he makes a mistake? Why don't they report that he said that the ANC only expels the incorrigible?

  • Leon - 2012-03-26 08:38

    "Embattled ANC Youth League president"? Why the catch phrase over and over? When something (like a castle) is embattled it is fortified and ready to defend itself from onslaught. I see no fortitude in Malema and I doubt that he is ready for this battle (at least not in a conventional and legal way). Just call the man Julius Malema and drop the (insert expletive) catch phrase); it will never be absorbed as a meme.

  • Thabo - 2012-03-26 09:57

    ok, previously he said he will NEVER take the ANC to court and now he will do so. So now which is which? Juju please dont play with our minds,how am I suppose to believe you now if you are a chamelilion. So clearly you will probably change the idea of nationalisation of mines in the near future and say ofcourse it is not a policy of the ANC and not of the government. At the end you will say no I just wanted to be popular by raising the issue of nationalisation.So what about your followers whom you may leave them with false ideas of the issues you raise to them. Juju, can you see that you are coming slowly to join fellows in orange attire for misleading young people. My advice to you will be that apologise to the south african community for the mess you have done and said, while there is still time but firstly ask your God my God for forgiveness. I love you my brother I wouldn't like to see you in orange attire. By the way I am not a Judge may you please forgive me for what I said and may God bless.

      JungleJim - 2012-03-26 10:03

      juju is just been cleva. he knows the minority groups will all luv and forgive him so hes cleva political man

  • Matthew - 2012-03-26 10:16

    "The ANC has no use for a passive youth league. We need our youth league to be militant, creative and determined. When the call is given, the youth must answer rapidly," he said. The youth needs to be ready to respond for what??? this "revolution" you talk about for what in God's grace does this country need a revolution? to get rid of idiots like malema,sure,why not But in all honesty you're not talking about "Revolution", you're talking about civil war/ Genocide. @Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe Its things like this that will never let this country progress any further. Simple minded dictators that cant think further than a day. Come with you're revolution come and see what is waiting for you when you do

  • Klaas - 2012-03-26 15:44

    Cadre it is within ur rights 2 fight with any tool u can,south africa is democratical country fight that faction in court.we as youth we need u cause u ar our hope u raise issues that ar affecting us the majority u never seat in the office to receive fat cheque u ar working 4 it,u attend every structure where theres crisis.what shower is doing 4 us nothing his day is coming.viva malema viva.under cadre malema youth league became vibrant forward with revolution........

  • Johnathon - 2012-03-27 09:35

    Very disapointed with Motlante calling on the youth league to be militant. None of the politicians will accept that the struggle is now over. The last thing this country needs is for its leaders to promote militancy. Never forget prominent Botswana politician asking who leads the country "Malema or Zuma". Would Malema's conduct be tolerated in any other civilized country. Shows that Zuma and Motlante, for political gain, do not want to take the ignorant youth of this country to task.A child never disciplined, will eventually turn into nothing but a vicious, mindless, ignorant thug.

  • ambrose.hlatshwayo - 2012-03-27 12:16

    Malema for me stands for the poor just like Winnie, the late Chris, etc...The only thing one needs to understand is that what transpired on the way to Polokwane and post Polokwane is now working against the perpetrators, we must admit that pre-Polokwane actions really caused divisions and dictatorship within the ANC

      pfnkoana - 2012-03-27 14:31

      What goes around comes around Comrade What I hate about politics is that you never know who will stab you on your back everyone is pushing their own agendas and they will spit you when they are done with you

  • pfnkoana - 2012-03-27 14:27

    "A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the quality of his actions and the integrity of his intent." ~ Mike Jones I think mike jones have a point

  • mmoledis - 2012-03-31 12:53

    Going to court or not Malema you are out, you tackled roughly so you deserved a red card, go well go shell. Down with you out with you just go back to school.

  • Sipho - 2012-04-12 15:57

    HERE I AM MALEMA MY FAVOURITE COMEDIAN , DO YOU THINK YOU WILL EVER WIN THIS WAR BECAUSE ITS SO TOUGH NOW & YOU STILL HAVING A PENDING CURRUPTION CASES AGAINST YOUR RICHES , AY BOY KUNZIMA EMHLABENI IF I WERE U WOULD MIGRATE TO ANOTHER COUNTRY START A NEW LIFE , BECAUSE HERE IN EMZASI YOUR FUTURE IS VERY BLEAK , WHO TO BLAME YOURSELF, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED SO MANY TIMES.

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