Sheriff lists Malema’s assets

2010-10-19 07:06

The sheriff has visited ANC youth leader Julius Malema’s Sandton home to make a list of his assets after he failed to pay a R50 000 fine.

“Our attorneys confirmed those details,” said Sonke Gender Justice Network advisor Mbuyiselo Botha today.

“The sheriff will be sending a fax to our attorneys with a list of his goods,” Botha said.

Malema was due to pay the R50 000 fine after losing a case brought against him by the network.

The Equality Court ruled that he needed to apologise for saying in public that President Jacob Zuma’s rape accuser had a “nice time”.

The ruling also ordered him to pay the fine to a centre for abused women, which he failed to do.

His lawyer, Tumi Mokwena, said yesterday that he had not paid the fine because he had lodged an appeal against the ruling, a statement denied by Sonke.

Neither Mokwena nor the ANC Youth League spokesperson Floyd Shivambu were immediately available for comment this morning.

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