Things warm between Malema, Motlanthe

2010-01-30 13:23

DEPUTY President Kgalema Motlanthe got a positive reception this

morning at the ANC Youth League (ANCYL) national executive committee


He walked into the venue of the meeting at the Misty Hills Country

Hotel in Muldersdrift flanked by the league’s leader Julius Malema. There were

no signs of tension between the two politicians that could have arisen over

Motlanthe’s reported attack on Malema for visiting school during learning


The youth league was expected to discuss and adopt its much-awaited

discussion document on the nationalisation of mines later today.

ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu said the document would set out

the framework to be followed if mines were to be nationalised.

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