Incitement: 'Malema can be found guilty'

2012-09-21 22:07

Johannesburg - Expelled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema could be found guilty of inciting mineworkers to violence, regardless of whether he influenced them, an expert has found.

Former University of South Africa criminal law lecturer Carel Snyman concluded that Malema, who is due to appear in court in Polokwane next week on unrelated charges, did not have a valid defence to the charges of incitement.

Snyman was commissioned by trade union Solidarity to compile an expert view on the matter.

The union earlier filed criminal charges of incitement to violence and intimidation against Malema, following comments he made to striking mine workers urging them to make the mines "ungovernable".

Solidarity deputy general secretary Dirk Hermann said on Friday that Snyman had found Malema did not have a valid defence.

"It is... immaterial whether or not the mine workers had in any way been influenced by Malema's utterances," he said in a statement.

"Incitement to commit any crime is punishable. The definition of incitement does not distinguish between successful and unsuccessful incitement."

Hermann said the report had been given to the Hawks to assist in their investigation of the charges against Malema.

Earlier, an arrest warrant had been issued for Malema.

"We were notified today that a warrant of arrest was issued for Mr Malema," his lawyer Nicqui Galaktiou told Sapa.

"We don't know which court and when it will happen, but we are engaging with authorities on that. It will be in Polokwane."

She said Malema had not yet been arrested.

"No, he hasn't. My understanding is that he won't be arrested."

She said the charges against her client were unknown.

"We do not know what the charges are and we don't have a copy of the warrant."

A City Press report said that Malema faced charges of money laundering, corruption and fraud relating to his Ratanang Family Trust and its share holding in On-Point Engineering, a company that allegedly made millions from Limpopo government tenders.

Authorities refused to comment or confirm the warrant.


The SA Revenue Service said it had nothing to do with the warrant.

"...We want to state categorically that any and all reports that SARS requested that a warrant be issued for Mr Malema's arrest are completely untrue and without foundation," it said in a statement.

"Sars is not involved in the criminal investigation into and prosecution of this matter."

The Hawks said it did not issue warrants.

"The Hawks don't issue warrants, so we don't comment on that," said Hawks spokesman McIntosh Polela.

Asked if the unit was planning to arrest Malema, he said: "Even if we were planning to arrest him, we won't tell you."

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa's spokesperson, Zweli Mnisi, referred queries to provincial police.

Gauteng police spokesperson, Brigadier Neville Malila, said he knew nothing about an arrest warrant for Malema.

Justice department spokesperson Mthunzi Mhaga could not immediately be reached for comment.

Malema's close colleague, suspended ANC Youth League spokesperson Floyd Shivambu could not be reached for comment.

On Tuesday, Malema told reporters in Johannesburg if he was arrested, it would be done illegally.

"If we are illegally arrested tomorrow, we would have been arrested by [President] Jacob Zuma," Malema said at the time.

He said he was willing and ready to go to jail, and was not intimidated.

"I have nothing to hide... I only have my convictions. Nothing will stop me from fighting for economic freedom, not even my death... We are unshaken."

Malema said he had it "on good authority" that there were instructions "to get rid of some us..."

At the time, presidential spokespersonsman Mac Maharaj said: "The presidency is aware that this person is prone to making wildly unsubstantiated and unwarranted claims and statements, and we do not wish to dignify them."

  • sean.bagley.50 - 2012-09-21 22:32

    He has been inciting racial tension & hatred for years i.e. his "shoot the boer" k^k,calling asian people "coolies",etc.There shouldn't still be a debate on this or any wasting of the taxpayers money.Just look the bastard up and throw away the key.

      christelle.james.7 - 2012-09-21 23:10

      Only seems to matter when he turns on his own......

      stirer.kathray - 2012-09-22 09:37

      I am no lawyer, and I am by no means a Malema supporter; but how can anyone interpret "making the mines ungovernable" be interpreted as incitement to violence. If so, then why weren't criminal charges laid against the politicians who said they would make the Western Cape ungovernable during the toilet saga? Much as I would celebrate the notion of having Malema arrested, I think this is flimsy and won't stick. I would like to know in what capacity he addressed the miners anyway, any why he is afforded celebrity status. He is just a Jonny-Nobody - like many other ordinary South AFricans.

  • Ernest - 2012-09-21 22:36

    life sentence please wil be the good lesson for all the youth thugs.

  • mdunwazi.sambo - 2012-09-21 23:00


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  • bongeka.magwaza - 2012-09-21 23:03

    Is the curtain really closing down on Juju or they're just testing how South Africans feel about this guy? Yes, the pressure might make the authorities lock him up but I can guarantee you that within six months he would have developed some kind of an incurable decease which qualifies him for an early parol. Mark my words.

      christelle.james.7 - 2012-09-21 23:12

      Nobody is going to bet against you Bongeka - everybody thinks the way you do - actually, everybody that CAN think:-)

      azande.futhi - 2012-09-21 23:35

      I don't believe that the curtain is closing yet unless they find something really tangible against him such as corruption etc. this incitement of violence stance is going to work at all, it will make things worse for all of us.

      RudiErnst - 2012-09-22 10:49

      "an incurable disease"... from your lips to God's ears, my friend.

  • TA Lee Mayikana - 2012-09-21 23:36


      sugardick.dupree - 2012-09-21 23:54

      It really is unfair.

      errolm7 - 2012-09-22 01:03

      Read read n understand u wrong with their salaries. 4cus on yr schooling first

      brandon.mccutcheon.56 - 2012-09-22 08:02

      Dude, nobody earns R2000 a month at a mine. These guys were on R9000 and wanted R12500. They then got R11000. where did you get your facts from?

      lani.dewet.3 - 2012-09-22 08:22

      Damn!!! My brother in law also "dig the thing that makes the world going"???? and he is one of the "people will always thinking for themselves" and "put their? lives ON danger" and he also "get penny" at the end of the month (please don't tell my sister) but he was at work the whole time. He's just grateful that he has a job as a white S.A. male.

  • ntemi.mark - 2012-09-22 00:29

    goodness me! Zuma what have u done? mould this lad,don't arrest him! please!otherwise u're in with him

  • ntemi.mark - 2012-09-22 00:33

    my goodness! these charges are the same as yos JZ,what have u done?

      brandon.mccutcheon.56 - 2012-09-22 08:03

      There is no "goodness" with either of them.

  • ntemi.mark - 2012-09-22 00:38

    this is absolutely not the way 2get rid of misbehave yob,u have charges that are hanging onto u!

      brandon.mccutcheon.56 - 2012-09-22 08:06

      Let them charge him. It may be a good thing. He might expose a lot of corrupt officials including Zuma. This could be worth waiting for.

  • Tshilidzi Wa Ha Mukhovha - 2012-09-22 01:56

    Snyman you must go and study the definition of incitement careful word by word so you could understand it rather than giving an unnecessary comment. Your confusing news 24 because it reporting something which is even the different department knew nothing about it the warrant of arrest to arrest the economy freedom fighter.

      cross.edward.7 - 2012-09-22 02:35

      what about the likes of shabir shake,jake selibe,zuma and Richard mdluli,they all commit crimes against the state if the said malema is crupt what about them,malema never work for gorverment he is not awarding tender

      lani.dewet.3 - 2012-09-22 08:27

      Noun 1. incitement - an act of urging on or spurring on or rousing to action or instigating; Logic much????

  • robert.doyle.712 - 2012-09-22 02:34

    ANYONE HEARD OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH? Malema has the RIGHT to FREEDOM OF SPEECH so get over it you clones.

      manando.vukeya - 2012-09-22 05:27

      ya malema diceve to go to jail becouse he like to talk

      roy.wadhams.1 - 2012-09-22 06:35

      YOU must be the BIGGEST clone/maaifoedie if you think that anyone has the right to incite others to make the country ungovernable even if they have "Freedom of speech"

      michael.molemahang - 2012-09-22 09:33

      Fully agree "we will kill for ZUMA". was not incitiment .

  • Rolisizwe Lunika - 2012-09-22 05:32

    I am 100% behind Malema,if people supported the shower head when all the evidence showed that he had raped and was corrupt,some people I just love and Malema is one of them,why cant the ANC listen to the voice of the people because majority of the people like this young man(black ofcoz),I dont know where do they get the stats from saying malema is losing support maybe in sandton

      sello.kobe - 2012-09-22 07:13

      FYI Malema himself supported JZ during his rape

      ishmael.tshehla - 2012-09-22 07:30

      I'm a young blackman like him comrade but I don't believe in him.Now that he has changed his political side so everybody should,not tosay its wrong todo that but insulting your. Political opponent and an adult for that matter its so disgusting.Malema is amulti millionaire all of sudden where did he get those millions .If he has broken the law let him have his day in court I mean he said he's got nothing to fear because he did break any law.

      brandon.mccutcheon.56 - 2012-09-22 08:10

      It's a race between two criminals. I am surprised that law abiding citizens will support either of them.

      siphom.mnguni - 2012-09-22 08:18

      The problem here Rolisizwe is he himself was vocal in his support for Zuma's rape trial that at one stage he infamously said the victim enjoyed it because she had breakfast and asked for taxi fare. About corruption charges he told anyone who cared to listen that \we love Zuma whether he is corrupt or not\. That Zuma will rule South Africa even in a prison jump-suit in a prison cell. Need I say more?

  • amir.fernandez.351 - 2012-09-22 06:15

    freedom of speech according to tje SA constitution is assured and is the reason why people like JM can spew crap and not be arrested! But there is a fine line between treason and insulting the president with rhetoric and mocking! In the past he would have been arrested for (verbally)attacking the president! Many presidents amongst the french, american and british PM were affected by scandals of a sexual nature, but in these developed countries you dont have induvidual and personal attacks without state security dealing with the wayward scoundrels! Can we really have an uneducated loudmouth like JM trash our politicians and get away with it! Incitement of any kind is not covered by the constitutional right to freedom of speech! Shut him up once and for all or deport him to the IFP youth league!

  • punungwe - 2012-09-22 06:26

    The Malema charges thing sounds more like a political hatchet job, than a quest for justice. If South Africa wants to jealously guard its reputation as a democracy, the integrity of the justice delivery system must be jealously guarded and placed above scoring political points. Otherwise soon SA will develop a reputation like Zimbabwe where judges are routinely accused of taking instructions from politicians.

  • dane.herbst.5 - 2012-09-22 06:27

    arrest that rubbish and slam his fat ass in a cell!!!

      magzmaggyvervandal - 2012-09-22 07:03

      and we know white ppl will so happy when malema goes to jail cos they are so scared

      catherineangelique.swarts - 2012-09-22 07:18

      And alot of black people will also be happy. Just imagine, a peaceful South Africa.

  • sizwe.nyembe - 2012-09-22 06:30

    I have learnt Prof. Julius Malema's affiliates, Friends Of The Youth League have tabled a 50 billion proposal to the minister of finance under Tokyo Sexwale's presidency in 2013 for the Department of Fraud, Corruption and Tax Evation. The ministry in this department will be led by his excellency, Prof. Julius Malema. You will remember him for his coveted honorary Phd degree he received from his affiliated organisation called Friends Of The Youth League as the most paranoid Economic Freedom Fighter South Africa has ever produced. Part of the duties of this department, is to provide corrective measures in line with affirmative action for the previously disadvantaged black people, especially Africans post 1994 living in Sandton houses of 5 million rands and less.\r\nThe source reported!

  • arthur.salvado - 2012-09-22 06:38

    Fat Boy will lose a little weight when in jail. Oh yes, he will get some "back payment " ?!!!

  • simon.mwando - 2012-09-22 06:40

    Oh my God,Racism is still alive and well in The so called rainbow nation,all comments on News24 says it all.

      king.rasta.583 - 2012-09-22 06:51


      catherineangelique.swarts - 2012-09-22 07:13

      Hatred will get nobody anywhere, pray for yr enemies. There will come change if you want change. Peace be with you.

      whites.mustunite - 2012-09-22 07:22

      Malema is the biggest racist of all.

      dee.bone.39 - 2012-09-22 08:06

      apartheid selfishly kept blacks uneducated and illiterate. cared more about the wealth of the country and whites voted for this time after time. Today we are reaping the fruit of that greed and selfishness. we have an illiterate electorate who cannot see how bad and destructive the ANC, ANCYL JZ or JM is for South Africa. Just as apartheid was a terrible nightmare for the majority of South Africans, so too is the ANC our new nightmare. The real task is getting the poorer segment of our population to understand democracy and how very important it is to get rid of the ANC as it cannot transform from the monster it has become. our revolution is not over yet as we now (collectively) have to come about getting rid of both apartheid (which still exists) and the ANC which is nothing but a scavenger (taking and looting the country into destruction) the ANC has shown its inability to lead through its choice of leaders (especially Jacob Zuma and Julius Malema- the worst they had is what they chose to put into their most vital positions). What is worst is the fact that the majority in the top echelons know that they are causing great damage and cannot fix it. They forgot that there was once a struggle for the freedom of ALL South Africans and ESPECIALLY THE POOR. Their are so many good men and women in the ANC who do nothing but remain silent.

      irene.buthelezi.1 - 2012-09-22 12:10

      @magz ~ And how's that working out for you bright spark?

  • douglas.reid.921 - 2012-09-22 07:38

    Sorry chaps, this is just another media ploy to keep him in the spotlight. Nothing going to happen to him so relax, enjoy the rugby and cricket. He is just grooming to be your next president so get used to it.

  • blip.noodlum - 2012-09-22 07:55

    "Can be"? I can hook a marlin on a handline too. "Can be" really doesn't cut it. It only means "faintly possible". "Might be" is a little more hopeful. "Will be" would be worth getting a bit excited about. But "can be"? Meh. How underwhelming.

  • motsarami - 2012-09-22 07:56

    The state resources are being abused by the elite few to persue political agenda's!!100% behind Julius Malema!!

  • beki.khumalo - 2012-09-22 07:56

    Non of the state agencies that would have had the jurisdiction to arrest or issue a warrant of arrest are involved in this, there where did the order arrest Malema come from? Did it come from Luthuli house, particularly from Gwede and Gedleyihlekisa? If even the provincial police are also denying involvement, then we as citizens need to be concerned about these events. Is the president abusing his powers? If he is and gets away with it, then we are ALL in trouble! From those opposed to him in the ANC, to the DA, Afriforum, Solidarity you will be arrested for standing up for your beliefs. Before you celebrate about Malema's arrest consider the implications that this issue has on democracy, yes some of us are not particularly fond of Malema but we must defend our country against dictatorship.

  • asandangwane - 2012-09-22 08:00

    THESE CHARGES HV A POTENTIAL OF BEING DROPPED DUE TO ABUSE OF POWER AND A POLITICAL RESOLUTION MAY BE ON THE CARDS. (IT HAPPENED BEFORE, REMEMBER?\r\n\r\nThe irony of this all is that these charges laid against the Economic Freedom fighter are similar to those that were laid against the Senior Citizen which were subsiquently dropped due to unproved interference by the then head of state.\r\n\r\nBring those bloody spy tapes foward u bloody thugs.

  • patricia.dewet.92 - 2012-09-22 08:10

    Sars the Hawks, they are all scared of Malema. He sould have been in jail 2 years ago.

  • magzmaggyvervandal - 2012-09-22 08:15

    i hate to say this as much as white ppl hate malema none of them has ever asked why j zuma was not arested when he was accused of rape.malema is not a threat he is our black moses

      amir.fernandez.351 - 2012-09-22 09:49

      two wrongs does not make a right! Malema's militant shouts and screams are misplaced in our current democracy. An ideal presidential candidate should be one that leads by example! Given that SA had gone through a revolutionary period it was accepted (by the masses) that the first generation post democracy leaders would emerge from amongst the fighters for freedom and that some would have been imprisoned for the cause. But decades later the newer leaders would emerge from amongst a better trained , qualified and politicaly matured pool. Malema doesnt and never will fit the the latter profile! It is idiotic behaviour as displayed by him that causes division, keeps racism alive and hinders progres. Shake the tree and separate the rotten apples from the 'good for the nation as a whole' ones. viva Democracy viva the Rainbow nation! Down with the Toxic waste!

      magzmaggyvervandal - 2012-09-22 10:12

      amir dont fool yourself racism will never go away

      amir.fernandez.351 - 2012-09-22 16:31

      magz, racism will exist for as long as there are different races, surely we dont need hatred to be added to racism. Its the combonation that hinders progress!! Are we forever going to have debates of this nature or move on?

  • mmangaliso - 2012-09-22 08:17

    to be a prez in SA u need a\r\ncriminal record eg mandela zuma\r\nand nw julius malema on his way\r\nto be a prez 2014 dont fear just\r\nleave South Africa thank you

  • magzmaggyvervandal - 2012-09-22 08:19

    i asked myself if white ppl hate malema or they are just scared of him

      ndamulelo.mulidzi - 2012-09-22 08:25

      They r scared of hm jst lyk they were scared of prof sobukwe

      joe.mangena.1 - 2012-09-22 09:14

      They even scared of ANCYL berret,

      joe.mangena.1 - 2012-09-22 09:14

      They even scared of ANCYL berret,

      nettie.potgieter.5 - 2012-09-22 09:44

      If you are happy and dancing around about 12000 jobs lost already because of his actions then so be it. Enjoy you idol!

  • deon.meiring - 2012-09-22 08:24

    Is daar nie beter nuus nie?

      magzmaggyvervandal - 2012-09-22 08:34

      koning malema.the black moses is die beter nuus baba live with it

      beki.khumalo - 2012-09-22 08:35

      Wena ufundelani?

      nettie.potgieter.5 - 2012-09-22 09:40

      Die enigste beter nuus sal wees as die Bulle wen en die WP weer verloor.

  • Mbavhalelo - 2012-09-22 08:27

    Viva my president, combrade Julias

      khaya.mteshane - 2012-09-22 08:38

      The president of LIMPOPO....d*mb*ss!!

      magzmaggyvervandal - 2012-09-22 09:15

      viva our black moses.msindisi

      nettie.potgieter.5 - 2012-09-22 09:35


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      nettie.potgieter.5 - 2012-09-22 09:37

      Yes what a fine sample indeed Stool

  • beki.khumalo - 2012-09-22 09:01

    A fellow comrade pointed out the following \\r\nWould Malema be facing charges today if he was calling for a second term for Zuma? John Block is also facing the same charges as Mike Mabuyakhulu and Peggy Nkonyeni and since the latter are \in favour\ of a second term - their charges have been dropped and Block is still stewing in his. All MUST be equal before the law!!\

  • magzmaggyvervandal - 2012-09-22 09:25

    sending malema to prison is not a panacia to this 11000 teachers are about to lose thier jobs.zumas regime should be focusing on creating jobs and stop thinking for themselves

  • michael.molemahang - 2012-09-22 09:26

    it was not incitiment when he says he will kill for zuma, shoot the famer. etc. now he adress the miner to fight for what they deserve

      magzmaggyvervandal - 2012-09-22 09:45

      you are sport on bro

  • kkmonakali - 2012-09-22 09:28

    Afriforum, Solidarity n white SA in general is sh*t scared of J. Malema. With good reason. Theres a lot of of Mugabe in him(Malema). Therefore its logical that they going try everything to get rid of him.\r\nThe ruling elite have bought themselves out of blackness, n r now honorary whites. The interests of white capital is now their interest aswell. That is why we have the Ramaphosas of this world. It's no coincident that he was the one intrumemtal in getting rid of Malema in the ANC. \r\nThe difference between them n Malema is that Malema never soldout. He knew enemy still remains white capital n the largely unchanged apartheid economy of SA.\r\nMALEMA IS A REVOLUTIONARY!

  • mbulah.nengwie - 2012-09-22 09:33

    Malema, its time you accept that you have been kicked out of the ANC and do what the likes of Bantu Holomisa did. Choose another organisation of your choice or form or strengthern there so called friend of malema to compete against the ruling party. To the masses of South African, its clear that you are only fighting the president personally and don't care about anyone. This shows through your statements in public and the very same Economic freedom you are singing, you know who sent you and how are you gonna benefit personally (ratanang). South Africa is doing very well and you care less of that as you keep pulling the lives of the innocent to mud. Through your uncalculated comment at marikane, around 1200 people are going to join the unemployed soon. What did the president do to get all this? Are you clean in a way that you can attack the president in a way you do? Vavi once said\ to those with narrow mind, please, stop it\m he further says\ we can't let the anc be hijacked by tenderprreneurs\m its time as SA to think deep and analyse those statement by cosatu GEN. Secretary Mr velinzima \say it all\ VAVI.

  • Rolisizwe Lunika - 2012-09-22 09:37

    Again the ANC is doing things without thinking them thru,Malema has a Huge following,are they prepared to loss that number of voters just settle political scores,they fired Malema equals to losing votes,they killed 34 miners equals to losing votes,the only people who are happy with the ANC recent actions are whites and they wont even vote for the ANC

  • Rolisizwe Lunika - 2012-09-22 09:48

    @kkmonakali you are so on point,100% behind Malema,the Shower Head must go,but even if I don't vote for the ANC,Helen Zille will never get my vote

      IcemanGP - 2012-09-22 11:43

      And Why not. Or are you just that stupid.

  • michael.molemahang - 2012-09-22 09:55

    ANC is using our South African justice system to score political point before magaung, corruption were droped against Zuma without any valid reason. SELEBI, MDLULI,shabir shake( former finacial advicer) etc. they are free now as we speak. I SAY HANDS OFF ON JUJU.

  • roy.wadhams.1 - 2012-09-22 10:42

    @siphom.mnguni.Sir I agree with you regarding the comment about a fair trial and that money/colour/creed sex or gender has nothing to do with some-one receiving a fair trial. My point is that Malema has always had a problem with whites and now that he is in this position he needs their services. Has he no trust in a black advocate/attorney?

      Mbavhalelo - 2012-09-22 20:56

      U are de one who has a problem with black and whites help each other. Malema has no problem with white people, has problem with white greed and white supremacy.

      jenny.webbe - 2012-09-22 22:46

      Mbavhalelo: What are you smoking? White greed? White supremacy? Not even the apartheid regime had the kind of wealth the present top echelons of the ANC government have now acquired. And how can whites be supreme when they have no governance and no voice, or are you talking about the dwindling number of white management who are still employed in the private sector, because they just happen to be bloody good at their jobs, even though they're the wrong colour?

  • sphamandla.s.ntshangase - 2012-09-22 11:13

    if u are fightng with jacob zuma iz like u are fighting with strong machine day operate all de way zuma was de only person who was intilligent at MK before democracy nd if u are fighting with ZULU everyone aware dat u wil never win against dis nation ZULUS

      Mbavhalelo - 2012-09-22 12:10

      U are tribalist with tendencies 2 fight meaningless battles. Fighting bcos u are Zulu, Venda, Sotho etc is done by domkops and primitive holigans. If de president is corrupt , he must be removed regardless of which tribe he is 4rm. We dont need ppl with damaged mentality like u

      malaki.magume - 2012-09-22 13:46

      All tribalists like you deserve not to be with people mostly South Africans. ANC is not about Zulus or any tribe that is why we blame such stupid comments like yours. You seem knowing nothing about ANC aske Zuma to tell you the truth that ANC is against Tribalism that is being practised now among ANC members,he should also let you know that he was being trained under the supervision of Thabo Mbeki and lent a lot from people with visions of a rainbow nation not Zulufying people like you and those other leader of these days,that are agains ANC missions but promoting tribalism.

  • vernon12345 - 2012-09-22 11:22

    Let's send him to Zimbabwe. They don't mind ruining their country over there

      beki.khumalo - 2012-09-22 11:28

      Mugabe would have wiped him out a long time ago, a mysterious car accident!

  • dimakatso.sello.9216 - 2012-09-22 11:38

    I don't think malema wl go to jail or wl b killed by zuma bcz he hs nt done anything wrong he ddnt tell the miners to strike instead of sorting the corruption that they are pushing in the organisation they are planing to destroy juju I thnk is time for changes cause ANC is failing us as country

  • michael.molemahang - 2012-09-22 12:12

    arrest him, get rid of him.but the trueth is .You know that you are not doing it for public interest but "ANC"

  • willie.pietersen - 2012-09-22 12:30

    I do not see anything coming from this -------- too many corrupt buddies to help him out

  • melanie.reah - 2012-09-22 12:39

    Lock him up and throw away key. Even thats too good for the oxygen thief.

  • clara.viljee - 2012-09-22 12:59

    Grootste lot nonsens wat ek nog gehoor het - hy sal nooit as te nimmeer arresteer word of aangekla word nie - net nog 'n foefie om hom in die kalklig te hou - hy staan hoeka hand op die blaas met onse Mnr. Mothlante - nothing to fear Mr. M - doet so voort

  • scg001wp - 2012-09-22 14:37

    I guess this is the end of the line for Mr Malema!

  • MoshKaDeph - 2012-09-22 16:25

    You may have law degree or what so ever, the fact is Malema will never spend a night in jail. To does who say Malema must be send to Zimbabwe, get real, you didn't go to Australia as you said you will.

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  • Denny - 2012-09-22 17:25

    "I have nothing to hide... I only have my convictions. Nothing will stop me from fighting for economic freedom, not even my death... We are unshaken." Jeez, not even death? Zombie Verwoerd was bad enough.

  • don.mug.3 - 2012-09-22 17:33