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Tender boss paid Malema R1.2m - report

2011-08-13 23:41

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League president Julius Malema was paid R1.2m, through a Johannesburg architect building his home, by businessman Steve Bosch, the Sunday Times reported.

Records have shown that Bosch's company, Sizani Build It, made two payments from its Standard Bank account on Malema's behalf, to an Investec bank account - belonging to architect Aurielo Cimato, the report indicated.

The report indicated that Bosch had scored tenders worth tens of millions of rands in Limpopo, and Cimato is building Malema's multimillion-rand house in Sandton.

An amount of R900 000 was deposited on March 4 this year, and another R300 000 on June 4, with "J Malema" as a beneficiary reference.

The bank sent confirmations to Malema via SMS, it was reported, but Malema has denied receiving any benefit from Bosch.

"There is no money that came from me or any of my entities," he told the Sunday Times when contacted.

He then referred all questions to Bosch, adding: "I don't care whether he answers you or not, it’s none of my f**king business!"

Bosch has refused to explain the payments to the newspaper, and denied that any SMS confirmations were sent to Malema.

"Do you know how many Malema's are here in Polokwane and Botswana?" he said.

Comments
  • goobles - 2011-08-13 23:47

    Hahahahaha. No comment.

      Max - 2011-08-13 23:51

      lets restate that: bwhahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaahaaaahaa gravy!

      Gomez - 2011-08-14 01:27

      You let yourself dowm Malema...Thats how stupid you are.....You were never meant to go far....

      Real Deal - 2011-08-14 01:28

      JM is a begger anyway you look at it. Please boss - buy me a house, please boss....

      debrakayestylist - 2011-08-14 01:42

      c'mon guys just another good reason to join the facebook page "Moeletsi Mbeki FOR President" or MMbeki4Prez on Twitter.

      baasdingane - 2011-08-14 02:16

      Ahwaha, no comment - eeeish. Bloody agents.

      za101 - 2011-08-14 02:48

      And this is what is happening in Somalia now. Malema leave Botswana alone, leave your expensive house .Do something meaningful for a change: http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/CgTZcTa3zWf/Somali+Famine+Refugees+Seek+Aid+Mogadishu/PTB8CRmCEBJ

      Zinki - 2011-08-14 06:15

      And Malema's gravy train steams on ahead!!!

      squeegeepilot - 2011-08-14 07:12

      Why do journalists have to do the Hawks job for them? Investigate and lock up this criminal and all those who bribed him.

      Nunya - 2011-08-14 07:41

      My goodness....making deals and working for the big, bad white man are we JM???

      czovczov - 2011-08-14 07:58

      I am sickened by opportunistic parasites like Malema and his kin who shamelessly prey upon the poor in order to advance their own lifestyles and hidden agendas. Malema has done more harm than good to the cause of the poor black people across south Africa. He has used their vulnerability, their ignorance and their innocence for his own benefit. If there is justice, this man must be treated like a common criminal that he is and locked up for all eternity. Yes there are disparities, injustices and suffering in our society, but Malema is most definitely not the man to turn to to address these problems.His hands are tainted enough. Its about time real leaders amongst us stand up and do whats right and take charge before the Malemas take over the throne. If Malema ever become President of South Africa, lord have mercy on us all, black or white.

      chappy - 2011-08-14 08:39

      @ Nunya - Steve Bosch is black.. not that it matters, still corrupt regardless.

      Nox - 2011-08-14 08:43

      R u jealous cos he is rich & you a broke.

      Nunya - 2011-08-14 10:13

      @chappy...ok, thanks for that.... The name does confuse a bit now, doesn't it.

      Macho Mike - 2011-08-14 10:25

      Oh well, there will be more revelations about this scumbag called Malema. The wheel turns a full circle in life, and right now the wheel is gaining momentum.

      frangelico - 2011-08-14 11:57

      goobles HaHaHaHaHa again,Zumas rebuke too little to late unless he fears for JELLY TOTS safety,should he go back to Botswana.The death penalty or the rope is what he should expect.Let us face facts I have yet to see a leopard change its spots.Is there something we don't know why rebuke this fatass,fatboep fart.

      tommy 2 - 2011-08-14 14:18

      OH WELL, Even with all the evidence in the world,nothing will happen to julius. How do discipline Juju when everone in goverment(a.n.c) is looting.

      Henk - 2011-08-14 15:51

      THERE ARE JUST TO MANY HOLES IN DA WOODWORK! AAUUK!

      Spyker May - 2011-08-14 16:02

      A brief confirmation who Steve Bosch is. http://www.timeslive.co.za/politics/2011/08/14/who-is-steve-bosch

      Spyker May - 2011-08-14 16:14

      A blind person can see what is going on here. I fear though it is not remotely as simple as that. VERY BRIEFLY.., The deputy Public Protector recently commented that the corruption (and related crime), currently being exposed, is < 1% of the corruption being committed in SA. I am prepared to say, in ONLY (around) 15 years, SA has become the most corrupt place on the planet. The corruption is so systemic, if you have to jail all the corrupt people in SA, then at least half of the working population will have to be incarcerated. This obviously puts an entirely different perspective on Apartheid, but that aside for the moment – Apartheid came to an end due to foreign intervention (for no other reason). Consequently the inconvenient truth is – foreign intervention created the state of corruption that is post-Apartheid SA. Another inconvenient truth is: white SAcans are being taxed 'to death' because of black corruption in SA. CURSORY NOTE: Before you respond to the statement above (in isolation or otherwise) – stop and think for a moment, if the righteous action was to expose the 'ugly truth' about Apartheid, then you have an (equal) moral responsibility to expose the 'ugly truth' about post-Apartheid. So (in effect) – foreign intervention is required to end corruption in SA, eg sanctions against the ANC. Alternatively - the white tax-paying community of SA should consider a class-action against the countries that imposed sanctions against SA during Apartheid.

      Spyker May - 2011-08-14 16:46

      One of the prominent adversaries during Apartheid was the “End Conscription Campaign”. SA now needs an _ “...END CORRUPTION CAMPAIGN...” The lead maxim: “...NO TAXATION UNDER STATE CORRUPTION...” During Apartheid, white SAcan men were forced to protect the Apartheid policies through National Service – if they refused, they went to jail. It is exactly the same situation under the ANC regime – if you refuse to fund the corrupt ANC regime, then you go to jail. Let us borrow the American slogan: “...NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION...” The time has arrived to take action – whether it is litigation, mass action, economic/tax boycotts, etc – until the bona fide tax-paying community (iow excluding those who work for- or with the state directly or -indirectly) are fully represented in parliament. Taxation is NOT the government’s right – it is the government’s privilege. I hand MY money to the government, IN GOOD FAITH, with the assurance that the government will in turn provide certain services to me. If the government do not- or cannot provide the said service, then THE GOVERNMENT is in breach of the contract and as such the party in default, so carrying the liability for all the ensuing damages.

      tommy 2 - 2011-08-14 19:34

      What about the D.a & zille.

      Ayoba - 2011-08-15 10:23

      Is Malema trying to catch up with DA on corruption? I doubt He will win. DA goes BIG.

      Mkushi - 2011-08-15 10:23

      So what"s to be done about it! Still nothing from authorities, are there any meaningful ideas out there.

      CNA-LOL-BS - 2011-08-15 10:45

      @ NUNYA Businessman Sthembiso Steve Bosch has remained largely below the radar, despite his strong political ties to the ANC Youth League in Julius Malema's stronghold of Limpopo. Bosch, who studied at the Tshwane University of Technology, has been involved in the ANC Youth League for 16 years. He said: "In 1995, the first ANC league branch in what was Pietersburg was launched by a couple of young individuals, myself included, and I assumed the position of the treasurer-general of the youth league." Bosch remains a member of the ruling party. Soon after he started supplying building materials in 2001, he "immediately recognised my role in ploughing back into the communities in which I do business". In 2003, he started Sizani Build It, the company that donated cash to Malema's Ratanang Family Trust, as well as to Jacob Zuma's educational trust in 2007. Glossy pictures of Bosch standing alongside Malema, Zuma, Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale and housing MEC Soviet Lekganyane can be found in provincial brochures. Bosch's 100%-owned Sizani Build It has also won a number of lucrative tenders in the province, including the R41.3-million deal to build 189 RDP houses in Seshego, Polokwane. In August last year he became a "strategic investor" in Aurecon, an international engineering and project management company. In November, Aurecon won the R3.3-million tender to be the project management unit for Limpopo's Department of Housing. Check your facts first....

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  • Mano - 2011-08-13 23:53

    LOL. Expose this two-faced Nationalist Capitalist who claims to be poor.

      debrakayestylist - 2011-08-14 01:43

      tell it like it is bro! 4 sho! love ur passion!

      johncarlos.biza - 2011-08-14 02:48

      You'd have to be pretty dumb to buy the "I'm poor" story

      Netherlands - 2011-08-14 05:19

      "TRUST FUNDS R 4 DUMMIES"!!!!

      Baksteen - 2011-08-14 08:39

      It looks like fatboy has been stuffing his two faces with KFC for the past 5 years...Hopefully he will be having some C-max cockmeetsandwhich in the not too distant future.

      capetonian - 2011-08-14 11:08

      As somebody else said...why does the press have to do the Hawks job for them - and imagine if the so-called "Protection of Info" became law in its present format - who would then go after these hypocritical scumbags? How long must it take for JZ to make a decision on the Cele and the others involved in the "Lease" saga??

  • Vince York - 2011-08-13 23:53

    12 Things You Need To Know About A Trust | Practical Tax Handbook http://t.co/jaJdMJW -How many young South Africans will be jailed?

  • v3 - 2011-08-13 23:54

    Slowly, slowly the truth comes out. It always does.

      phillie - 2011-08-14 01:12

      the truth does come out but in the new souf efrika nothing is done about it rather it is applauded by the voting idiots

      johncarlos.biza - 2011-08-14 02:49

      Hope it's not too late by the time the masses accept the truth. Look at Zim

      Kevin - 2011-08-14 08:04

      Yea ,but shame in this case its all false. fat boy said it's all lies so it must be a mistake.

      Mthetwa - 2011-08-14 10:04

      It comes out too often .... but they are sh1t scared of him. They may lose a few useless votes.

  • Chris - 2011-08-14 00:01

    No mention of irrefutable proof though?

      Bernard - 2011-08-14 00:51

      irrefuteable proof - I earn double what he claims to earn, yet I have a single car, and Atos at that, I can't get a bond on even an R 800 000 home, and have had to go under den=bt review, beacuse of escalating medical costs, What proof do we need more?

      Mthetwa - 2011-08-14 09:52

      Prove it and JAIL the MF !!!!!

  • EuropeanAfrican - 2011-08-14 00:03

    Haha Malema! I will personally hand you a jar of Vaseline on the day you get sentenced to jail.

      Anonymus - 2011-08-14 00:10

      not worth it..... he looks like a kid that likes it rough anyways.

      Netherlands - 2011-08-14 05:21

      He has been "HAVING" it for quite a while now... EVER SEEN MALEMA with a WOMAN on his ARM???? Thought not!

      Anonymus - 2011-08-14 08:08

      to think about it that is very true. Maybe he enjoys eating sushi of floyd more than he does women.

  • motsokwane - 2011-08-14 00:05

    It takes two to tango.

      POLLENYS - 2011-08-14 00:10

      There may be many Malemas, but none such a nincompoop as the one under discussion.

      Dewet - 2011-08-14 02:10

      One of the two, who tango'd is elected into a influencial position which affects the outcome of a lot of our daily activities. The ANCYL has influence over who becomes president, who is awarded government tenders (tax money WE PAY),the mental state of a part of the populus,etc.Most educated people with some form of IQ have been complaining all along that Malema is bad and has dictatorship tendencies. Malema keeps playing the "let's "blame the white enemy trick(very much like Hitler did)I found his whole handling of the "Kill the boer" song especially indicative of what a absolutely terrible leader he must be, in a country who delivered Nelson Mandela, an icon of peace, just a couple of years ago. In a country where boers are literally wiped out with brutal, savage and cowardice murders. And somehow, most of his (amazingly plenty) followers cannot see though his very transparent little outfit. Here is a guys loved by the poor, who lives like a billionaire, yet convinces his poor believers that he wants what they want- then parties it up while they are suffering. Bar that, he does not have the qualification,nor the skill to represent a party which should have just a bit more pride. Actually laughable. The other one who tango'd is a corrupt business man as far as we know(most likely). Politicians work for you and me. The business man does not. So two to tango? To me it sounds like you're on a defensive for some reason. Off course I can guess why, but let's leave it at that.

      squeegeepilot - 2011-08-14 07:08

      You are right, and the payers of bribes must face the same consequences whether they are white or not. Put them in the same cell.

      Christo Stone - 2011-08-14 07:27

      It does. Both should be investigated and sentenced.

      v3 - 2011-08-14 08:30

      You are partially correct. Both Malema and Bosch should be charged. However, for corruption at this level, it takes more than two. For instance the entire ANC NEC and parliamentary caucus are guilty of collusion and cover-ups (only Andres "After the Party" Feinstein and Kader Asmal quietly opposed). Then there is the cover-up of Jacob Zuma's being Shabir Shaik's "dance partner" in that particular tango. The ongoing stalling of taking action (and I don't mean more "Stalingrad" stalling tactics and ANC white rabbits and red herrings) on the Public Prosecutor's report into Police corruption, the packing of the judiciary, prosecution and Chapter Nine watchdogs with "strategically deployed" lapdog loyalists also require the connivance of the entire ANC (and its "stop it we like it" alliance partners) Bottom line is that the ANC tango depends on them keeping their entire electorate ignorant of how the kleptocracy are looting while the lumpens remain wretched and poor. That's why the master choreographers are trying to gag the press - who insist on sitting the tangos out.

  • rita.theron - 2011-08-14 00:11

    Where is the police lock him away and throw away the key.....

      johnwilliam.roberts - 2011-08-14 13:51

      They can't the wogs have stolen it and sold it for scrap metal to make a potjie for their ancestors !!!

  • Rick Coetzee - 2011-08-14 00:27

    You mean there is more than one Malema???? God help us !!!!

      Ndlovu - 2011-08-14 09:15

      What if.... God belongs to the youth league as well....?

      Phillip - 2011-08-14 12:13

      @Ndlovu: What if... You just stop ridiculing God. Malema is NOWHERE NEAR God.

      Netherlands - 2011-08-14 14:19

      Phillip too

  • RitaT - 2011-08-14 00:44

    What goes around comes around the truth will finally come out but i ask where is the police in all of this he should be in jail lock him up and throw away the key.

  • Bernard - 2011-08-14 00:47

    No matter what the truth is, an even bigger truth, is that nothing will come of this, in this life, not even a slap on the wrist, and shortly he will be the President of our Country. The lovely thing about truth is that it remains true even when the entire world says different. Take a swiss watch, without the words "made in Switzerland" anywhere on it, found in an Arabian desert? The whole world can say it is an Arabian watch, but it does not change the truth that is is a Swiss watch. In a like manner, let me tell you Malema, you will not escape the true justice of The Maker of the universe!!!

      Netherlands - 2011-08-14 14:22

      Zuma will NOT tread on Malema's TOES.... Zuma KNOWS those Toes are connected to the LEGS that hold up that FAT AR5E which Zuma has to KISS IN 2012, when he wants RE-ELCTION!!!!!!!!

  • Spinnie - 2011-08-14 00:49

    Nothing will happen... Malema knows some of the top dogs in the ANC's secrets and he will squeal when they try and do something.

      Kevin - 2011-08-14 08:06

      No ,he wont sqeal as earlier someone said they will give him vaseline

  • embargo - 2011-08-14 00:55

    Records have shown that Bosch's company, Sizani Build It, made two payments from its Standard Bank account on Malema's behalf, to an Investec bank account - belonging to architect Aurielo Cimato, the report indicated. Money laundering perhaps to pay the Italian??? architect? Careful J Malema, piss on this battery may be the pair of concrete shoes you need, no police or ANC reprimand required. Remember to hold your breath...

      Ian - 2011-08-14 08:11

      hope you right, the vaal should be deep enough

      Netherlands - 2011-08-14 14:20

      Jirre Bru... a WATER FILLED POT HOLE will do!

  • Trueblue - 2011-08-14 00:56

    Like Zuma, Malema knows too much. He has the capacity to take a lot of ANC elite down with him, so nothing will happen until the people start to act against the ANC, and that won't happen soon.

  • AJ - 2011-08-14 01:03

    You know things are bad when you actually WISH they would try and at least go to the effort of trying to HIDE their illegal doings. If for no other reason that would be a sign they know it is wrong, but they can't even do that....

      Dewet - 2011-08-14 01:49

      Or a sign that the leaders actually have some form of intelligence. Sad, but true. A dumb person in power scares me more than a freakishly intelligent one... for some reason. But... this is politics, although Malema does make George Bush look like he knows what he's doing. In my opinion, the masses will often elect those who are morally prepared to deceive them, because unfortunately not everyone can be equally intelligent and see through deception. And this is where these amature con artists fool their "prey", by shaping another as the more evident enemy- thus taking the focus of them and creating an environment where all accusations aimed at them can be brushed of as conspiracies by the enemy. The scary thing here is how long his followers stay/ stayed loyal to him even though it is shockingly obvious what a terrible person and leader he is. And in this country people are at such mercy of poor leadership as many people depend heavily on the little resources that is available to them and cannot afford mistakes. We don't have certain resources in abundance to waste- like some first world countries. For example, if our fearless leaders can focus a bit more on education and uplifting their followers, instead of drinking unaffordable whiskeys, singing offensive, unsensitive and racist songs,attacking possible rape victims, awarding fraudulent tenders etc,etc:it would be a start. But, he does not care about bettering the lives of his followers... or he is just really stupid.

      holger.behrens.88 - 2011-08-15 01:33

      @Dewet JZ was also very popular at ground roots... Democracy is no fun

  • Nipcat - 2011-08-14 01:24

    @motsokwane - then they must both be charged. But remember, the same goes for Shabir Shaik and your president!harged. But remember, the same goes for Shabir Shaik and your president!

  • braamc - 2011-08-14 01:49

    The beginning of the sums, well nothing will top JZ and others with the arms deal. Born criminals, filthy, thieving, in his case stupid racist on top of it. No place in society. F%%%%%% hate this thing

      Tc - 2011-08-14 06:37

      Now the Arch Tutu has joined the ranks of Malema. What a team!

  • JadedJay - 2011-08-14 02:08

    Hahha...let the simian cretin sink.

  • In_Odin_We_Trust - 2011-08-14 04:22

    ...But can he dodge a real bullet?

      tiens.zietsman - 2011-08-14 08:33

      And out comes the intolerance and threatening language. I hate it when the answer ends with another killing suggested. Shame on all the racism and intolerance flying around. Read the bloody posts. There are some very tolerant but wise words spoken elsewhere on these comments. These comment pages are sullied with with racial and intolerant speak. I nearly despair.

  • Kevin Venter - 2011-08-14 04:22

    this actually isnt even funny. Julius is just the one who is stupid enough to put the spotlight on himself. how many other Julius' are there who are more cunning in hiding their dodgy dealing. And then Tutu shouts that white people should pay more tax. How about stopping the corrupt motherf(**^&^& from stealing out of the country coffers.

  • George - 2011-08-14 04:37

    Easy mistake to overlook R1.2m going into your account... A million here, a million there, and soon you are talking real money, hey baas Juliaas?

      embargo - 2011-08-14 09:47

      Damn, to my understanding, it was the scourge 'white man' who introduced the facility MONEY to replace the outdated trading practice of bartering; plus banks, numeracy, etc. Dubious Maletter, be this J Malema you, perhaps it is time to thank those who uplifted the entire population with these introductions and many, many, many, many others which have benefitted everyone?

  • Dave50 - 2011-08-14 05:09

    Nothing will happen, I think will all know that. But the sad thing is that the people who have really lost out are the people that will vote for him and his kind over and over again no matter what they do. Beside the youth league have said its ok to benifit and be rich, they never said how he must do it, so they must approve of corruption. I look forward to the slight possability that a court case will follow and the evidence can be brought out into the open. Are these the youth league's standards ?.

      allie - 2011-08-14 08:47

      The part that angers me most is the fact that the cretin lying drunk in his ahack in the township has as much political right as me ,the taxpaying fool.And he loves it when his masters steal from me.

      embargo - 2011-08-14 09:54

      As noted, 90% of court cases are unresolved / incompleted. Makes me question why? Forgot to include the case on the hearing role; the defender of the criminal victim's rights diligently obstructing the matter being heard into conclusion where the victim will be paid restitution by the state aka National Prosecuting Authority. Tainted? As seen with Snakib Dooma, getting it into court is about as meaningless as if nothing happens, it needs to be heard into conclusion.

  • Samaaw - 2011-08-14 05:30

    Good for him ! He scored some good contracts, that's the way to do it ! Ask youselves the question...wouldnt you do the same?

      squeegeepilot - 2011-08-14 07:09

      no

      Peaceful - 2011-08-14 07:38

      No

      Dan - 2011-08-14 08:05

      Samaaw I think you are part of the problem in SA. People like you are part of the rot.

      Mthetwa - 2011-08-14 09:54

      If my business depended on it .... Yes I will do it again.

      Manyoza - 2011-08-15 15:39

      NO

  • Chris - 2011-08-14 06:15

    Got his free house!

  • Peter Molesworth - 2011-08-14 06:18

    234578

  • Roy - 2011-08-14 06:28

    These s.o.b's are all a lot of corrupt crooks and because the country is run by a corrupt ANC they will get away with it. This country is going down the drain very quickly and very little can be done to save it. This country is definitely a "BANANA REPUBLIC"

  • Chillibean - 2011-08-14 06:30

    Not surprising - at all! Greedy, corrupt, foul-mouthed, lying, cheating humans rule - so what's new?

  • Ian - 2011-08-14 06:32

    "Do you know how many Malema's are here in Polokwane and Botswana?" he said. oh ok, trying to lie your way out of it are you, finr soepena his banking records and lets see exactly which malema the account belong too, bosch you and melema belong in 1 cell together, you are both liars and frauds and fakes of a human being, you have no morals, no scruples and no honour, pieces of rubbish like the 2 of you think money can buy you anything and anyone, i hope you both rot in hell with your money. You disgust me

  • fconnection - 2011-08-14 06:33

    How long is this clown still going to be jerking the public around before he is stopped

      Ian - 2011-08-14 06:41

      probally when the stinking corrupt anc is stopped

      Mthetwa - 2011-08-14 09:55

      As long as he is the "fat" cat in the ANCYL or president

  • Ian - 2011-08-14 06:34

    any bets that tutu is on the take as well

  • Tc - 2011-08-14 06:35

    Plunder forth, dear ANC. And when your plunder-sources run dry, then move your focus to Botswana. Of course, there is always 'special taxes' that can be raised on whiteys! Let the looting continue!

  • kgaditsi Tjebane - 2011-08-14 06:38

    juju babe is a very dangerous clown looting the country like the london riots.

  • kgaditsi Tjebane - 2011-08-14 06:40

    juju babe is a very dangerous clown with money looting.

      Mthetwa - 2011-08-14 09:57

      Sirrijaas?? JZ & SARS seem to be afraid of him.

  • OZNOB - 2011-08-14 07:01

    i would say it has opened a can of worms except that the worms are way too big and fat

  • World Traveler - 2011-08-14 07:23

    And what is the anc doing?? What is zuma doing? Nothing! zuma is NOT A PRESIDENT!!

  • Nzx - 2011-08-14 07:38

    If people on this forum, and journalists, continue to try and discredit Juju through unsubstantiated allegations, rude remarks etc, it will only strengthen the position and cause of the Malemas of SA, and lets not forget, they are the majority in a land of 1 man 1 vote, and have that dangerous advantage of an empty stomach and nothing to loose. The have nots of SA is one of its greatest resources if treated with respect, if treated like rubbish, they will rubbish everyone's future.

      Sinudeity - 2011-08-14 08:57

      Julius isnt a have-not.

  • Dianne - 2011-08-14 07:53

    Have the Hawks actually opened an investigation yet? Where are the Scorpions when you need them...oh yes...

      Ian - 2011-08-14 08:08

      the very reason why the scorpions were disbanded and replaced with the budgies

  • Dan - 2011-08-14 07:55

    The fu@#ing bastard and his bastard friends just continue with their corruption. I don't know who is more pathetic, the ANC or Malema. These white trash hiding behind "so called" BEE friends and benefitting from corrupt deals are even worse than rubbish like Malema. Why don't we see any action by the police, SARS and other prosecuting authorities. Everyone knows Malema belongs in jail - he is a corrupt, stupid thug. Don't forget to throw the white bastard in jail with him.

      Ian - 2011-08-14 08:09

      100%

      Vince York - 2011-08-14 10:32

      WHICH WHITE YOU THROWING IN JAIL HERE? Who is Steve Bosch? - Times LIVE http://bit.ly/qWPUJ4 EMOTIONS RUNNING HIGH MAYBE?

  • kingkong - 2011-08-14 07:57

    and you know the hawks will not for the life of me found this evidence even though this statemant was made by a living breathing human . eisch i wish i had that kind of cloud

  • tracer - 2011-08-14 07:59

    malema is to stupid to get awa with criminal activities. LOL. The end is nigh.....

      Dan - 2011-08-14 08:06

      But our police, government and justice system is also to criminal to prosecute him!

  • Trevor - 2011-08-14 08:02

    Watch the race card be pulled.....

  • Kevin - 2011-08-14 08:02

    40 years for both of them.fat boy is stealing from the masses

  • Shisstirrer QBE - 2011-08-14 08:04

    Baas Ted paid Ju Ju loads of money , bloody agent .

      Mthetwa - 2011-08-14 09:58

      And .......... Robert Mugabe gave him 21 cows. Bloody agent !!!

  • Rusty - 2011-08-14 08:13

    "Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we set out to deceive" Shakespeare. Nuff said,.. the man will yet be brought to his knobbly knees.

  • Beannie - 2011-08-14 08:16

    This comes as no great shock. Of course he is as guilty of corruption as it is possible to be. The great shame is the fact that nothing will happen to him. It will just be ignored by the ANC.

  • Rhowen - 2011-08-14 08:17

    They will find a way to sweep this one under the carpet too especially if Zuma has something to do with it. He is the pro after all. Now Malema also qualifies for President

  • v3 - 2011-08-14 08:18

    "There is no money that came from me or any of my entities" said Malema. This is literally true. The money went to his architect. Similarly, he can say "no money was deposited into any of my bank accounts" when he was bribed in cash (hence the payments of tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands for bling parties and his bling house in cash). By the same token, Jacob Zuma is "innocent until proved guilty" of the 783 charges of fraud and corruption Mpshe and Hofmeyr evaded for him. This is typical ANCYL telling of half-truths, untruths or playing form over substance games. Malema was taught this by the best - convicted fraudster and accessory to murder Winnie Madizikela-Mandela - who according to his own sworn testimony "nurtured" him, and has been publicly supportive of him. Were he not "connected so protected" SARS and the Special Investigative Unit would have investigated his cash payments and "inexplicable" lifestyle by now; the evidence warrants it. Whether or not the invertebrate ANC NEC does more than invite him for tea remains to be seen. Hopefully he has trod on enough toes that even these cowards will stand up to him. Without the other five egging him on and forcing him, there is no chance that the lame-chicken President 783 will do the right thing.

  • shortfinal - 2011-08-14 08:38

    It's not the King of fools that is the probleem. It't the fools that vote him into power that is the biggest concern! If you replace him, what will stop them from appointing another fool!

  • Mark Daniels - 2011-08-14 08:51

    The sad part is that nothing will happen to him... At most he will mearly get a slap on the wrist... I own president is yet to face his corruption charges...

  • gavin - 2011-08-14 09:04

    TAKING MONEY FROM IMPERIALIST.