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Remove Zuma as president, Malema urges

2012-09-26 13:16

Polokwane - Expelled ANCYL president Julius Malema told his supporters on Wednesday that they needed to make sure President Jacob Zuma was not re-elected at the ANC's national conference in Mangaung.

Malema, who was speaking after being officially charged with money laundering at the Polokwane Regional court, and subsequently released on R10 000 bail, said Zuma must be removed as president.

"We must make sure Jacob Zuma does not become president of the ANC," he told supporters.

"Zuma has 700 charges against him. I only have one."

He said Zuma had to be officially charged and arrested.

Innocence

Proclaiming his innocence, Malema said: "Comrades... we are happy our charges are here. We are prepared to answer any questions and every question... because we are not hiding anything," he said.

"Only criminals run away from the court."

He thanked the crowd for its support and for a night vigil held for him on Tuesday.

Malema also thanked his family, and especially his grandmother, who he said continued to receive threats.

"She has always said to me... if you believe in it, continue to fight for it."

He thanked the ANC provincial leadership for supporting him against "politically motivated charges".

"All of you, your efforts are recognised," he said.

He also thanked his lawyer, who he said had represented him despite criticism from other white people.

"They want justice to be served. That is why they took a decision to represent me... and my team will be victorious."

Comments
  • Dave - 2012-09-26 13:19

    Sometimnes you gotta admire what comes out of Malema's mouth...Zuma has 700, I only have 1....

      marc.rule - 2012-09-26 13:26

      yep it's all a load of $H!T that comes out of his mouth. first he backed ZUMA now he is stabbing him in the back. Don’t you just love the cANCer

      tw2066 - 2012-09-26 13:34

      Malema goes to jail, he will worried about stabbing in his back side, from a loyal supporter no doubt.

      marc.rule - 2012-09-26 13:35

      Inkingayabelungu: shame is that the best you can come up with. Try harder next time. FATASS put zuma there just remember that.

      rontheogre - 2012-09-26 13:35

      Inkinga, he might be too open as any breath of wind seems to change his mind. Malema protested Zuma's innocence, now calls hi a criminal. Typical politician, follow the smell of the money and power is the only agenda.

      nun.chuck.7 - 2012-09-26 13:41

      @InkingaYabeLungu you obviously have a very poor memory. Just a few years ago Malema was saying that Zuma was innocent and that the charges against him were politically motivated as a result of Zuma's critisism of Mbeki. Now all of the sudden he wants Zuma arrested? For such a fat boy he can certainly jump the fence quickly enough.

      atholl.canterbury - 2012-09-26 14:12

      'Zuma has 700 charges against him. I only have one.' Now everyone knows the standards that apply. Is the 1 better but the 700 only good? or Is the 1 good and the 700 better?

      aram.skepsel - 2012-09-26 15:51

      I fail to understand the argument about Malema having said he's kill for Zuma. All you people who always whips out this argument when you run out of things to say, have you never ever changed your minds before like a "wise man"? For the record Juju has said that was a grave mistake and he has apologised uncondictionally. We accepted the apology. Now, move on, will you? #clowns

      sachasea - 2012-09-26 19:51

      Hmmm I'm rather concerned about this. I'm no fan of Zuma, but neither am I a fan of Malema. Seems like two devils playing off one another. I'll rejoice the day that Zuma is no longer president, but cautiously because as we've witnessed before in SA, things can always go from bad to worse very quickly. Better the devil you know than the devil you don't.

      davy.crockett.5209 - 2012-09-27 13:43

      Jacob Zuma is a blight on South Africa and should be removed forthwith. Mr Malema is once again saying what the South African public are thinking and we should all support him in this campaign. Perhaps one day the far sighted visionary that Mr Malema is, he will consider running for the office of the presidency too. I am glad that most people in South Africa support him on this great crusade.

      Cuteandbronzed - 2012-09-28 19:21

      We will do so President Julius Malema..we will do so..until your presdeint I will not stop calling on Basphomet becasue God of the whites Jehovah was dissapointing we will conquer and answere we will win we siad it and we meant it AMANDLA AWETHU

  • sanda.mnyazi - 2012-09-26 13:21

    "Zuma has 700 charges against him. I only have one.".........this line killed me

      squeegee.pilot - 2012-09-26 13:45

      It may kill him too...

      nthapelang.elphius - 2012-09-26 13:46

      700 hundred garantee a jail term,y the guy is not in jail.

      atholl.canterbury - 2012-09-26 14:17

      For the lawyer who represents someone this is a useless plea. You can't say someone forced you to commit a crime ... and ... You can't point to another crime in order to defend your own. .... bottom line ... The [ Tax paying public ] have 0 charges The [lawful Voting public] have 0 charges.

      morris.khunou - 2012-09-26 14:56

      in court u argue your case. you dont say i only killed one or i killed because this one killed two ! this is the reasoning of three years olds. in psych is called reasoning from particular to particular. it means u reason using comparisons. little brain if no brain at all.

      aram.skepsel - 2012-09-26 15:54

      Morris, this is not Malema's defence in court!!!! He was just criticising Zuma as a person. It had nothing to do with his defence againt the charge he faces. Man, you are a three year old!!!

      tinotenda.panashe - 2012-09-26 17:56

      Sanda, this guy has quotable quotes - love him or hate him. And he thinks out of the box for such a young man

      morris.khunou - 2012-09-27 09:07

      aram.skepsil> i am commenting on what your parrot says. but anyway expecting you to understand my analogy above will be asking too much from you.

      winifred.watson.9 - 2012-09-27 14:56

      Is this Malema's confirmation to his charge he has acknowledged it.

  • raymond.buis.3 - 2012-09-26 13:22

    You have three charges against you idiot wow can't even count. Must be why he barely passed woodwork.

      alan.gernet - 2012-09-26 13:41

      cde? Can't Do English

      alan.gernet - 2012-09-26 13:42

      You have to be SMART to be in leadership in SA????? WTF?

      Randomhero6661 - 2012-09-26 13:44

      @inkinga, because the leadership ain't so smart either.

      asdhasgd - 2012-09-26 14:04

      Everyone, meet InkingaYabeLungu. The News24 TROLL. Please by all means, downvote every single one of his comments :)

      danie.strydom.7 - 2012-09-26 14:11

      @ Inkinga - can't get in the leadership as the BEE quota is filled. Have to wait for a change in the law without discrimination. Until then we leave the leadership to leaders based NOT on qualifications, but purely on skin colour. So in the interim, we stand back, and look as SA self implodes, like the rest of Africa. One man, One vote. No worries, just give the elected rulers of yet another banana republic to eradicate opposition with yet another final solution. Malema for president - this will expedite matters considerably :)

  • sanchez.sancho.7 - 2012-09-26 13:23

    Give Malema a mic and heehehehehehehe, you get a whole website full of his stories

      Jenny - 2012-09-26 13:58

      @Ratsatsi Rasetsoke I wonder if INVESTEC is aware that they employ blood thirsty hooligans.

      Cayowin_van_der_Badt - 2012-09-26 14:01

      @ratsatsi - I hope everyone supports Malema as well as Malema supported Zuma.

  • raymond.buis.3 - 2012-09-26 13:24

    You have three charges against you idiot wow can't even count. Must be why he barely passed woodwork.

  • osmaseko - 2012-09-26 13:25

    Zuma is in ish.....he should have dealt with Malema inside the ANC This guy is dangerous from the outside....

      Cuteandbronzed - 2012-09-28 19:22

      I love Malema because he hates the ''uou kno who'' the day on reckoning is nearly here we nearly at the finsih line.

  • Hemlock - 2012-09-26 13:26

    Remove Zuma as President will the the one and only time in my life that I am in agreement with Juliaaaassss!

      philani.ngcongo2 - 2012-09-27 00:44

      I say both zuma and the ANC must be removed.leave Malema who will entertain SA if his locked up

  • lvhukeya1 - 2012-09-26 13:28

    all charges dat were droped must be re oppened with immediate effect \\ if zumba loses in mangaung i smell trouble.

  • maokeng.mankge - 2012-09-26 13:30

    Zuma`ass spear has cost d country a lot.Petrol is R12 a litre while sponsoring Zwelithini 55million 4 what.To hell with Zuma n wives

      alan.gernet - 2012-09-26 13:44

      I say to hell with ALL the corrupt politicians and citizens

  • luvo.luvos - 2012-09-26 13:31

    This man is truly dumb. How can he even think that the lawyer is honestly on his side?? Lawyers are only interested on how much can be milked from you and whilst at it use your status to market themselves for more business

      alan.gernet - 2012-09-26 13:45

      like the E-Tollie lawyer. Truth is that the Legal fraternity often harbours the lowest forms of life withi it's own body.

      beki.khumalo - 2012-09-26 14:08

      @LUVO, It's in the best interest of Malema's lawyers to win this case. When you take on such a case, with so much publicity, you make sure you win it! Ask Zola Majavu about defending the Ndhlovu youngster in Terblanche murder case. Ask Micheal Hurley in the Zuma fruad case. Lawyers don't mislead their clients, therefore Malema has every right to trust his legal team.

  • henk.vanrensburg.31 - 2012-09-26 13:35

    Remove the ANC idiot!!!

  • deon.louw.7505 - 2012-09-26 13:35

    How have the times changed, not killing for Zuma anymore? Who needs soapies with these ex polititians?

  • Modikoe.Elias.Ramongana - 2012-09-26 13:36

    I don't feel 4 u juju,politics is a dirty game.If they wAnt 2 pull u down they will,u'r big mouth is the 1 that will let u down.So wake up

  • khathu.rasi - 2012-09-26 13:39

    Lol Juju vs Zuma, who will win?

      tw2066 - 2012-09-26 13:42

      Who cares?

      taamane.letona - 2012-09-26 13:44

      You r rgt juju,zuma must be removed as state n ANC presdnt

      alan.gernet - 2012-09-26 13:46

      neither - both going down...

      Cuteandbronzed - 2012-09-28 19:25

      juju!!!!

  • kumbulani - 2012-09-26 13:42

    The whole thing is a mess politically. It is really affecting the nation financially. They testing their political strengths in the courts. Ultimately the Spear will lose coz Dec he wnt make it. Mothlante will win bt that one is cunning, u kant undestand him. Malema is paving way for himself through all these

  • mpho.budeli.3 - 2012-09-26 13:48

    If someone didn't go 2 school he behave like malema he always speak noncense whenever he get time,that small boy always insults people

      aram.skepsel - 2012-09-26 15:59

      In fact, he is studying towards a degree at Unisa while the showerman gets honourary qualifications with his grade 4!!!! Write Juju off at your own peril!

      Cuteandbronzed - 2012-09-28 19:26

      I went to school and I understand Malema perfectly since when dont you speak black?

  • bheki.moyo.39 - 2012-09-26 13:52

    Jacob Zuma is not where he is because of you young Julius. ANC supporters elected him,so don't ever think that his removal will change anything. There comes a time when people will reject you also because of your lip service. You talk a lot but you do little on the ground. Put your million rands in use for the benefit of the people then people will see that you are a good leader. Other than that you are worse than what people see on you

  • Dalen24 - 2012-09-26 13:53

    He also thanked his lawyer, who he said had represented him despite criticism from other white people. "They want justice to be served. That is why they took a decision to represent me... and my team will be victorious." LOL! I would take his money too.. And I am white... You cant blame the lawyers for capitalizing on a capitalist!! Funny how he doesnt have a black lawyer eh?

      tw2066 - 2012-09-26 14:21

      No, white imperialist agent will do a better job, that's why he hired her.

      Cuteandbronzed - 2012-09-28 19:27

      White people need to eat right, so let him pay your people they need to feed there kids, that he mostly likley come after once he is made president

  • mary.ball.925 - 2012-09-26 13:55

    "Zuma has 700 charges against him. I only have one." Well okay than! Easy choice! Shew.....

  • Eterni80 - 2012-09-26 14:02

    As usual the Another National Crisis party has turned a mole hill into a big pile of $hit. The collective ignorance of the ANC will ensure that SA becomes the sequel to Zimbabwe instead the jewel of Africa.

  • paul.kershaw.18 - 2012-09-26 14:03

    Jeez, matching red ties now. What a great organizational skill they have. It must have taken at least 10 meetings and 5 weeks to arrange that. and they got it right and tight! Well done Juju!

  • ian.pohl.1 - 2012-09-26 14:03

    Time for new leadership. The corruption and rot runs very deep. Maybe a good time to clean out the house. The political mud slinging is getting old. The only reputation getting damaged..is that of South Africa's.

  • mantothieve.missingman - 2012-09-26 14:03

    And so it starts , So foolias , please name them all and what they stole , that is after all the reason you where bullet proof up to now. Tear the anc apart please , its nothing more than a huge gang of criminals , sorry to say you included

  • beki.khumalo - 2012-09-26 14:07

    @LUVO, It's in the best interest of Malema's lawyers to win this case. When you take on such a case, with so much publicity, you make sure you win it! Ask Zola Majavu about defending the Ndhlovu youngster in Terblanche murder case. Ask Micheal Hurley in the Zuma fruad case. Lawyers don't mislead their clients, therefore Malema has every right to trust his legal team.

  • donaldnorthboi.nkadimeng - 2012-09-26 14:18

    from afrikaners to xhosas to zulus then.....who 's next kgalema m behind you malema my future president jst dwell in you position

  • Erna - 2012-09-26 14:19

    The 'fools in the red ties'.

  • Bahle Mathe - 2012-09-26 14:19

    I remember as an 8 year old in 87 marching in the Township streets watching young men and women expressing their passion for Freedom, singing and shouting until Police threw Teargas at us. Offcourse I didn't know much about rights and Justice but I knew that they were Fighting for freedom, who ever this freedom guy was, He must have done something to motivate these youths to Unite behind him and as young as I was, I was prepared to share and endure the suffering my older brothers were going through. Today I see the Youth raalieng behind a person calls himself an economic freedom fighter and I compare them with the youth in the 80's. The outcome makes me sad, they've got nothing in common. Malema followers are a bunch of fools who have no purpose in life. They naively bilieve in a charlatan who is nothing but a Peril in our freedom. I doubt if Malema know how does a teargas feel like and I wish those cops in Marikana gave him a dose.

      Jenny - 2012-09-26 14:33

      I don't understand this rant of Julius Malema about the mines and nationalisation. South Africa is very rich in recourses. What is keeping them from starting their own mine? Nothing is stopping anyone! Why MUST they particularly overtake an existing mine?

      Xulu.Thulany.Xaba - 2012-09-26 14:41

      Introducing New ANCYL President Bahle Mathe

      Bahle Mathe - 2012-09-26 14:59

      How Dare he compares himself to freedom fighters. This guy really makes me sick

      morris.khunou - 2012-09-26 15:07

      Well said Bahle! Malema represents hooliganism and lawlessnes! U just have to look at the type of people who support him. Those who appear smart are those who are benefiting from this corruption or are using him to achieve their political ends.

      aram.skepsel - 2012-09-26 16:02

      @Bahle, clearly you don't know how Nelson Mandela was in his youth!!!

      Bahle Mathe - 2012-09-26 16:29

      Skepsel Mandela was not a hypocrite in his youth. He never said onething and did the opposite. He was not a swindler and an oppotunist, he worked hard for everything he had. From being a miner to a lawyer without expecting any free rides from anyone. He obtained education so that he can empower himself and his people. How can you even consider compairing this moron to Madiba that's an embarrasing contrast.

      mncedi - 2012-09-26 17:13

      Well said Bahle hence now we are able to express ourelves freely its because of that! Contrally to someone who does not believe your story might say the freedom we have its because of former National party(DA) that actually let Madiba out of prison and allowed negotiations to take place for a democratic RSA. So if u believe all is well to some of us its not well and yes Malema is rasing issues that some of us are unable to. So far is doing exactly what it needs to be done. Economic freedom is what we want for the benefit of all South Africans(all races) lets take for example the Marikana issue not all workers there were happy abt the protest but in the end they all benefited even though they were not happy about it. So you can believe what you want but the economic freedom is what e want in our life time.

      sithembilerefuge.zikalala - 2012-09-26 17:57

      Blah blah blah...Malema has a good idea bt lacks direction. I support him with regarrd to economic freedom. Yes and yes the country was liberated frm the apartheid regim but now it is the time for all south africans to be liberated frm poverty and jobless regim. For this economic freedom we need people like Malema but Malemas with direction show us the way... The Zumas aand others have played their roles but right now we need economic freedom fighter. Every wher u go be it private or government institutions there is a huge gap between the salaries of individuals who has the same experience and education. U normally find the previously disadvantage people earning far less than the previously advantage ones. That is why the gap between the rich aand the poor is so great. Malema your ideas are good bt plz check with others who are a bit more informed for guidance and direction...I realy feel sorry for Malema. I hope yo charges get dropped like others before you.

      Bahle Mathe - 2012-09-26 18:02

      Mncedi are going to achieve economic freedom through anarchy and hooliganism? Freedom fighters practice what they preach, atleast during the period which they are fighting their cause. To chant being the champion of the poor whereas you wine and dine with the cream of the crop is not only an incongruity but also insincerity and a betrayal to the poor. Why not encourage our people to empower themselves through Education, obtaining the necessary skills to create their establishments, Oh I forgot there are existing mines we can just take those and hand them to our Fat Cats (BEE) to fatten their pockets even more. OUR PEOPLE NEED TO EMPOWER THEMSELVES and not expect hand overs there are opportunities out there despite the challenges

      joubert.joep - 2012-09-27 04:50

      Wish I knew why he still wants to fight for freedom - I though he got it...

      nkosikhonorman.ludidi - 2012-09-27 05:07

      WHAT DOES ECONOMIC FREEDO MEANS?????DOES THAT MEAN WE HAVE TO GET PAID MONEY IN OUR BANK ACCOUNTS WITHOUT WORKING??IF IT YS LIKE THAT,WHO WILL WANT TO WORK WHILE HE GET PAID WITHOUT WORKING??

      sithembilerefuge.zikalala - 2012-09-27 10:21

      Nkosikhona u r so short minded baba...its people like u who thinks for every black person to get paid must not work for the money becoz we r black. I wonder wher u come frm. As one of the black profesionals and working class. Let me enlighten your mind coz its clear u r so in the dark. Whn we talk abt economic freedom we are talking abt;\r\n1. Market value salaries for all\r\n2. Land and housing subsides (we all wnt to be able to afford wht others can afford who are in the same level as us all)\r\n3. Better working conditions\r\n4. Decent living wage for all\r\n5. Countries resources (how the country can benefit frm it i.e the mines)\r\n6. Etc\r\n\r\nThis is a very sensetive issue which most black south africans are currently suffering. Yes maybe you think you earn a good salary Nkosikhona bt let me tell u something, what u r currently earning is no where close to wht your other previously advantage workmates earn. Juju I support your movement 100%

      sithembilerefuge.zikalala - 2012-09-27 10:25

      Nkosikhona u r so short minded baba...its people like u who thinks for every black person to get paid must not work for the money becoz we r black. I wonder wher u come frm. As one of the black profesionals and working class. Let me enlighten your mind coz its clear u r so in the dark. Whn we talk abt economic freedom we are talking abt;\r\n1. Market value salaries for all\r\n2. Land and housing subsides (we all wnt to be able to afford wht others can afford who are in the same level as us all)\r\n3. Better working conditions\r\n4. Decent living wage for all\r\n5. Countries resources (how the country can benefit frm it i.e the mines)\r\n6. Etc\r\n\r\nThis is a very sensetive issue which most black south africans are currently suffering. Yes maybe you think you earn a good salary Nkosikhona bt let me tell u something, what u r currently earning is no where close to wht your other previously advantage workmates earn. Juju I support your movement 100%

  • trevor.pietersen.3 - 2012-09-26 14:24

    I this really news???

  • Mpotsiseng - 2012-09-26 14:25

    JUJU is my guy!!! VIVA!!!

      jayjay.mlungu - 2012-09-26 14:37

      So you are in jail and waiting for him? Got Vaseline ready?

  • Michael - 2012-09-26 14:28

    I would rather have Zuma instead of Malema. Malema is not in the best interest of this country, today learners were misled to bunked school to go to court because there would be insufficient supporters. I cant have Malema in the ANC.

      smangathulani.simelani - 2012-09-26 21:11

      At least two countries have recognised Zumas ability but there is not even a single pre_primary school that can recognise Malema.Zuma 2 universities.

      smangathulani.simelani - 2012-09-26 21:11

      At least two countries have recognised Zumas ability but there is not even a single pre_primary school that can recognise Malema.Zuma 2 universities.

  • jujuman.sitando - 2012-09-26 14:34

    Write him off at your own peril. FACT: he is the most powerful politician in this country. South Africans who benefited from apartheid system should not fear anything. Julius is just fighting for everyone to have equal opportunities in the country's wealth. Ningesabi

      petrus.strauss.1 - 2012-09-26 15:20

      We dont fear you or juju, never have or will. It is about justice, dont care what your skin colour is, if you do the crime, face the time.

      judy.molo - 2012-09-26 22:32

      u are sick to think that fool.malema is so rich and u are poor

      nkosikhonorman.ludidi - 2012-09-27 04:53

      if he cares for poor,what did he do for poor people, people are homeless but Maema is driving expensive cars,demolishing a R3 million house to buid a R16 million house while other people are homeless

      galmzala - 2012-09-27 08:16

      Uyagula Sithando noma uyahlanya most powerful politician in yout dreams we dont need another Mugabe in SA please get your facts straight.

  • impi.masondo - 2012-09-26 14:35

    im respecting my future president he must be elected now

  • godfrey.chauke2 - 2012-09-26 14:35

    On which ground do we have to remove zuma? oh I see, because he is malema's enemy. If that is your reason, you real need serious help JUJU. YOU HAVE A PSYCHIATRIC PROBLEM

  • lyndol.lyons - 2012-09-26 14:35

    Nice story about Judas,ag, I meant Julius.

  • godrick.mlambo - 2012-09-26 14:41

    One charge for malema n 700 hundreds charges for zuma ..

  • sibonelo.hlatshwayo - 2012-09-26 14:43

    Zuma and Malela must share the same cell

  • leonie.vanschalkwyk.18 - 2012-09-26 14:45

    malema should be in jail....he just says what he want and its ok.....he is trying the same than the boeremag guys.....overpowering the anc....the difference is they are white thats why they are in jail.....the goverment and police is to scared to do something about him, to scared for the ANCYL....this is pathetic....only brainless people support malema

      tshidi.maseko.5 - 2012-09-26 15:33

      he is our only hope to give us back what belongs to ours.Mugabe will also assist us.

      lyndol.lyons - 2012-09-26 17:15

      tshidi.maseko.5 - I am sure you were delirious when you wrote your comment.If that is what you truly believe, that Mugabe will assist you then there is no hope for this country at all. Move to Zim and see how much you like it there.

      nkosikhonorman.ludidi - 2012-09-27 04:46

      tshidi.Government gave you your land that belongs to you via land reform Act but you sold it back to Whites because you have nothing to do with it,then what else that belongs to you?

  • colin.langley - 2012-09-26 14:59

    MMmm...Julius give me a woody.

      rudzanitete.mukwevho - 2012-09-26 15:07

      yea juju talks facts i like him zuma must nt be re ellected bcz der is no need fr him to be our president

  • isaack.kwambai - 2012-09-26 15:10

    Malema is the real african boy:we love you here in kenya.take on this bastards man:

  • milton.msomi - 2012-09-26 15:35

    ukube kuse zimbabwe umogabe ubezovele akutalambe ngemvubu leli xoxo.

  • john.breakfacet - 2012-09-26 15:41

    Nothing will happen.

  • lrainique - 2012-09-26 15:51

    Is this the same Malema who campaigned for Zuma to become president in the fisrt place? Who said he would KILL for Zuma?? Who said Zuma's charges against him were politically motivated? What a joke! Blah-blah, whatever...

      Themba Patric Sibande - 2012-09-26 16:30

      Irain what ever,Malema told Zuma bluntly in Polokwane that if he fumbles the youth will not hesitate to vote him out,so he was vocal about a second term and yes he said there is no second term in ANC.Was he wrong?I forgot that you are just blinded by hate for a black man.And yes you are afraid very afraid because a black man is screwing you

      nkosikhonorman.ludidi - 2012-09-27 04:40

      i am a black person but I can be glad if white people can lead this country again as us Blacks we fail to manage our country,,, you fought for democracy but now Black people are fighting each other,,mxm this COUNTRY IS DOOMED

  • mandy.mulaudzi - 2012-09-26 16:04

    ## yawn;..;*

  • andre.vandeventer.16 - 2012-09-26 16:14

    He has only one charge against him? He still can't read properly!

  • morwawaga.selebi - 2012-09-26 16:19

    malema

  • sugardick.dupree - 2012-09-26 16:22

    I agree with Malema, get that idiot Zuma OUT!!!!! But who then will take over?? Whatever the result, YOU and ME are still going to be in deep doo-doo.

  • eban.tempellhoff - 2012-09-26 16:23

    Yawn!! Can someone else please step up to the podium, this is boring!!! roll on honest fair and fab leadership for all!! This is a bad comedy!

  • arthur.salvado - 2012-09-26 16:24

    Fat Boy Malema must answer his charges but so must Zuma. I bet Fat Boy will win

  • sblncube - 2012-09-26 16:32

    Eish i think Malema should b given a new name ' Mama lema ' because she i mean he realy sounds lk a Mama now.

  • akabawa.ramalahla - 2012-09-26 16:52

    This guy is the most influential person I ever known he hated Mbeki and influenced his stepping down in favour for Zuma who happen to be his best, Now he hates Zuma in favour for Motlanthe who is not even campaigning for the top seat. Next Motlanthe will be his worst enemy because he will obviously be campaigning for his secret funder Tokio Sexwale, maybe himself after Tokio Who knows?

      sithembiso.gobingca - 2012-09-26 18:33

      This is true, it is amazing how confused this guy is last time he removed Mbeki support Zuma, now he is againdst Zuma. When a tree is growing it's so quiet and calm, but when it's falling it make noise get it Malema it's O.V.E.R