Malema - Hawks sifting through electronic data

2011-08-20 23:57

Johannesburg - The Hawks confirmed that they were investigating ANC Youth League president Julius Malema for fraud and corruption, eNews reported on Saturday evening.

"From the information that we have found, we have enough to tell us that we need to do a full investigation... there's a lot that tells us that we have reason to worry," Hawks spokesperson McIntosh Polela said.

The Hawks would examine the flow of money through companies linked to Malema, including the Ratanang family trust.

Polela said the Hawks would need time to work through large amounts of electronic data linked to Malema's financial dealings, and therefore could not say when the investigation would be completed.

ENews also reported that the South African Revenue Service initiated its own investigation into Malema's financial affairs and alleged failure to pay tax.

This comes in the same week that the ANC charged the ANCYL leader with misconduct and an announcement that Public Protector Thuli Mandonsela will investigate the awarding of tenders by the Limpopo government to On-Point Engineering, a company linked to Malema.

"She will investigate the conduct within the state entities that led to the awarding of the tenders," said Kgalelelo Masibi, a senior manager in the protector's office.  

  • Sinudeity - 2011-08-21 00:03

    Malema - Hawks sifting through electronic data - Die poppe gaan dans :P

      MarkL - 2011-08-21 00:26

      mmm, i'll believe it when I see it. ANC we are talking about here - don't expect a hard and fast investigation that is going to drill out the facts and go for the kill. be prepared for a lot of paper pushing, missing files, ambiguity and general confusion. Zuma had 4mil rand deposited in his bank account from arms dealers. 7 years later they still could not find him guilty and he never had to explain where it came from... History is not on our side my friend, so lets believe it when we see it.

      THE.SRG - 2011-08-21 00:31

      looks like the malema might hit the fan!

      debrakayestylist - 2011-08-21 01:02

      Like "Moeletsi Mbeki FOR President on Facebook" id you want better than this for South Africa

      ihtfcatkii - 2011-08-21 01:33

      I hope malema's week is worse than it sounds. Especially considering he is largely to blame for this:

      Sinudeity - 2011-08-21 02:00

      MarkL - Juju has lost favour with the ANC. He wount be protected.

      baasdingane - 2011-08-21 03:06

      Fatty-Boomsticks is going down.

      Ldn_saffa - 2011-08-21 03:10

      Dear News 24 After serious consideration I have been forced to announce that it is now the appropriate time to finally announce the disbandment of our hard working and sometimes too over-zealous 'Hawks' Yours sincerely Jacob

      GetitRight - 2011-08-21 07:24

      Moral of the Story : Don't Shit in your Backyard....if you are love playing Politics...Sooner or later your time runs out.

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 07:39

      What size mesh is on this Sieve? What will Fall through?

      Dries - 2011-08-21 08:09

      Very little will come of it. Zuma was investigated for much more than that and came off shining. This is a banana republic, remember? And the dossiers will get lost and the exibits and witnesses will disappear,etc, and finally the jugde will take 17 years to give judgement. I read that Ms Cwele has lost her job in Durban. BUT, the criminal drug dealer should be in jail, why is she not? Same with Winnie. The answer is because SA is a banana republic.

      Netherlands - 2011-08-21 08:15

      MarkL, I am with you on that one Bru! Malema finds himself in a tight situation right now... but the SHOW IS NOT OVERTILL THE FAT BOOI SHOUTS!!!!! Zuma KNOWS about the following Malema has... and THAT FOLLOWING is going to give him another TERMS as CHIEF PUPPET/ CONTROLLER OF THE ZEE PROGRAM/ SHAGGER OF THE NATION etc!!!!!! ANC are the MOST CORRUPT organisation in Africa currntly... I do NOT TAKE ANYTHING FOR GRANTED!!!! They BLATANTLY change EVIDENCE and there is BUGGER-ALL we can do about it! Just look at Zuma's charges back in 2007.... fizzled out like a wet firecracker! This is the ANC we talking about...never forget that!

      Greg - 2011-08-21 08:48

      @THE.SRG.....luckily for Ju-Ju, the fan probably will not be working at the time...thanks to Escom....

      Dean - 2011-08-21 08:54

      I think 1st prize would be that this causes a massive split in the ANC. We need a strong opposition! If Juju gets away with it but causes the split - now that would be fantastic! Lets hope this is the catalyst!

      Kishore Doodnath - 2011-08-21 09:07

      Hope they extend the investigations to his cronies like Floyd. The boss cannot lap up the cream alone and surely his closest aides were also raking it in.

      Jou Ma - 2011-08-21 09:32

      Did the Hawks and SARS have to wait for the ANC before they started investigating???????????

      scorpio - 2011-08-21 09:45

      Yo Malema, Karma's a real bitch hey !!

      Met - 2011-08-21 11:21

      My concern again is that there is a general impression that if we can get rid of Malema, we are all going to live happy ever after. There are millions of Malemas in SA as his election as leader of the ANCYL has proven. He is the real face of the ANC.If you dont believe me, see how Mugabe is cheered when he arrives at ANC functions. If you remove Malema, you will be creating another icon and very undeservedly.By that I am not saying that he should be permitted to continue with his criminal activities. What I am saying is that serious challenges awaits us. But then, you dont need me to tell you that.

      LBS - 2011-08-21 12:33

      I think even SARS first obtain "permission" before they now all of a sudden jumped on the band wagon. Don't tell me they only JUST found out he failed to pay tax. P E L E A S E !

      Yomar Sapus - 2011-08-22 09:21

      A man died and went to heaven. As he stood in front of St. Peter at the Pearly Gates, he saw a huge wall of clocks behind him. He asked, "What are all those clocks?" St. Peter answered, "Those are Lie-Clocks. Everyone on Earth has a Lie-Clock. Every time you lie, the hands on your clock will move." "Oh," said the man, "who's clock is that?" "That's Mother Teresa's. The hands have never moved indicating that she never told a lie." "Whose clock is that?" "That's Abraham Lincoln's clock. The hands have only moved twice, telling us that Abraham only told two lies in his entire life." The man asked, "Where's Julius Malema's clock?" "It's in the Main office, they are using it as a FAN !!

      UnionJack - 2011-08-22 09:51

      @ihtfcatkii - interesting link! For those too busy to follow, according to their front page now puts SA and ZIM at Stage 6 out of 8 stages of genocide risk (8 is the worst, folks!). Here is how they define Stage 6: 6. PREPARATION: Victims are identified and separated out because of their ethnic or religious identity. Death lists are drawn up. Members of victim groups are forced to wear identifying symbols. Their property is expropriated. They are often segregated into ghettoes, deported into concentration camps, or confined to a famine-struck region and starved. At this stage, a Genocide Emergency must be declared. If the political will of the great powers, regional alliances, or the U.N. Security Council can be mobilized, armed international intervention should be prepared, or heavy assistance provided to the victim group to prepare for its self-defense. Otherwise, at least humanitarian assistance should be organized by the U.N. and private relief groups for the inevitable tide of refugees to come. I wonder what really happened in their heads? Did Juju really achieve this all by himself? Time we all built our bunkers.

      Ayoba - 2011-08-22 10:30

      Never seen so many excited News24 readers. Seems a good time to do corruption since the media,the hawks,Public protector, SARS, etc all focused on investigating Malema.

      Koring - 2011-08-22 17:09

      Man, wake up. Electronic data??? All those hard drives have already been re-fomatted and the data cleaned off. So? --- Case thrown out for "lack of evidence" and Malema and his cronies live to dance another day. Just like so many police and court dockets that mysteriously "disappear"

      The_Lil_Wizard - 2011-08-22 17:56

      @UnionJack: I also had a look, and it specifically states the ANCYL as the "Killers", as it puts it. Also interesting find is that the Genocide Watchlist dates back to 1945, and South Africa only entered it for the first time in 1987 due to killing Zulu's and Xhosa by Ethnic Militias, as well as the killing of the Boer Farmers from 1994 to present due to hate crimes. Interesting stuff...

      ANCYL4PRES - 2011-08-23 09:41

      All this shall Pass, in the meantime I am buying a box of pom perignons (with money from awarded tenders) for a victory celebration this will happen in a couple of months to come, whatch the space just before chrismas, JM will be cleared of all charges brought against him. long live the spirit of the ANCYL President Viva

  • Sky - 2011-08-21 00:06

    The ANCYL needs to start thinking who the new leader will be.

      John - 2011-08-21 07:15

      Time to start thinking about disbanding the ANCYL.

      Kevin - 2011-08-21 07:55

      Hopefully he will be considered youth by his age and not his mentality

      JP Miller - 2011-08-21 09:37

      I still think that the leader should be Motlanthe....he seems a sober, well-considered individual, or am I wrong?

      Kameomaua - 2011-08-21 13:39

      Among the 40 mil are some very intelligent and level-headed people, and many who know in their gut that Malema is a dangerous fool. Don't generalise like that.

      G-spotWizard - 2011-08-22 12:28

      The movie:"The fast and furious fall of thug malema". Starring: Julius Malema as ANCYL president, Directed by:"The Hawks" Director of photography: SARS Coming out soon to a news paper/TV news channel near you

  • Africanbiohazard - 2011-08-21 00:07

    Wow, all within a few days: - Investigated for corruptions by the Hawks - Investigated for tax fraud by SARS - Investigated by the public prosecutor - Disciplinery Action by the ANC This is like a multiple orgasm!

      The Wonderer - 2011-08-21 00:12

      Talk about karma being a bitch!

      Jegs - 2011-08-21 00:29

      Do you think that the ANC may be waking up to the fact that the ANCYL poses a huge threat to safety / security in SA and that they need to stem Malema's chances of national leadership prior to new elections? The thing is, no level headed person wants SA to collapse, across all races (those citizens living in SA or abroad). SA has the ability to be the greatest country on the planet - with some good management, some serious reduction of crime and the revocation of the AA/BBBEE policies to allow the country to once again flourish.

      mabsie - 2011-08-21 00:46

      But not as good!!! lol.............

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 07:42

      Dont Think so None of these investigations are in the public interest really.....Malema has just pissed somebody off and they are going to screw him no matter what they really rig up..

      pitbull - 2011-08-21 07:43

      @The Wonderer: Would that be the Khama family from Botswana. LOL

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 07:53

      I still think that they should have let a little more rope out on the Botswana thing...And let him go there. Ians Boys would have worked his case and left no marks..

      umhlopo - 2011-08-21 10:46

      juliaas malebe your time has come

      bar-one - 2011-08-22 07:51

      Only one thing bothers me ,why now(sars,hawks etc) ,only after they(anc) were embarrassed by him ? Why not long ago when accusations of tax evasion and fraud were levelled against him ? There is only one logical explanation ......

  • chris.heyde1 - 2011-08-21 00:07

    Ai, isn't it great to be poor and to know I am going to sleep without a worry tonight.......Not having to dread that knock on the door, and the big voice which says: Sir, you are under arrest....

      TSaR - 2011-08-21 13:09

      Chris.heyde1. Thats probably why he is building a bunker.

  • veld66 - 2011-08-21 00:08

    And he always claim to represent the masses while filling his own pocket...He belongs in the Sewage......

      kidblack - 2011-08-21 00:42

      at least poo doesn't have sudden delusions of grandeur.

      pitbull - 2011-08-21 07:45

      Sewage is too good for him. Maybe we can all club together and put him on the first South African Rocket to space, where hopefully it will disintegrate on lift off, because they used substandard materials, derived from his tenders.

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 08:00

      He could have done this a completely different way........."Come people of South Africa....Upgrade yourselves ..No hate speech please And please everybody pick up litter where ever you see it. Taxi drivers please show respect for other drivers. fix broken windows".. Oh hang on Im still asleep..and dreaming.....Can you imagine the shocked silence If any of our leaders made utterences like that???

      Kenko - 2011-08-21 08:32

      @tryanything - that would mean that he had a positive, constructive mindset. Sadly he is incapable of doing anything that would actually help anyone but himself.

      Kishore Doodnath - 2011-08-21 09:05

      I hope his ill gotten gains are "nationalized" into the state coffers - he should not mind too much since he has been singing about nationalization and the money came fro state coffers anyway.

  • MarkL - 2011-08-21 00:08

    more than a few people have said it, this is make or break situation for the ANC, for democracy, tax payers accountability and ultimately the people of South Africa. Is there one rule for elite cadre, in your pocket, profit skimming so called politicians and another rule for the average guy in the street? If Malema walks away from this smiling ... we will have no doubts, if you ever had any.

      Warren Hinton - 2011-08-22 12:50

      Never had any.Thanks markL

  • merrick - 2011-08-21 00:10

    Eish !! I really feel sorry for poor Julius ... I wonder what the little Pedi herd-boy will say to his half-wit groupies .. "Ek is nou diep in die K@K

      LBS - 2011-08-21 11:49

      Sorry for him??? Are you mad?

      Airborne68 - 2011-08-22 06:35

      Speaking of groupies, where are Tshepo, Zizo, Kolobe and the rest of the bufoons?

      Jacques Jones - 2011-08-22 15:06

      it is all a scheme of the western imperialists to discredit him. they have infiltrated the anc the capitalist baasterds

  • Frik - 2011-08-21 00:14

    Kry vir jou houtkapper.

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 07:42


  • Nico - 2011-08-21 00:32

    Hawks, SARS, Public Protector. Why only now - and all at once? Sounds suspiciously as if some immunity given by ANC leadership fell away. Should have listened to big bru JZ - it worked for him and old Shabby.Hawks, SARS, Public Protector. Why only now - and all at once? Sounds suspiciously as if some immunity given by ANC leadership fell away. Should have listened to big bru JZ - it worked for him and old Shabby.

      OuWitBooi - 2011-08-21 00:42

      Why only now? Because of the brave work done by City Press. Long live the free press. Long live Ferial Haferjee. Screw Malema and all the ANC thieves.

      grant9 - 2011-08-21 01:06

      My thoughts exactly. With the ANC if you're conected you're protected. I wonder if Juju's protection has run out?

  • mabsie - 2011-08-21 00:46

    "We have reason to be worried."

      LBS - 2011-08-21 11:54

      I fully agree with you. People should not sit back and laugh about this. If Malema is expelled or suspended from ANC we have a revolution to face, if not, the Country is only going to go down the drain faster! Anyway, it's time things come to a point! May the strong, right minded people survive! We have a lovely Country and it could be a paradise, if only.....!

      Vernon - 2011-08-22 09:08

      Noooo! Malema has reason to be worried!!!

      Jacques Jones - 2011-08-22 15:08

      @mabsie and lbs i have to disagree. it might cause a serious split in the anc ranks which would benefit all in this country. if there is a revolution we as whites might be caught in the cross-fire but we will be better off than should he ever come to power as the head of the anc.

  • Xysecret - 2011-08-21 00:48

    Investigation = well done boy ,

  • motsokwane - 2011-08-21 00:59

    This is the moment for the ANC to sweep the voters from their feet by setting an example of NO TOLERANCE TO CORRUPTION and then Cele should be pursued.

      pitbull - 2011-08-21 07:48

      What about JZ and the rest of parliament? Most of them got into power because they are cronies of JZ, not because they are useful to the people. If you play in the dirt you are going to get dirty.

  • Jantjieman - 2011-08-21 01:11

    Nationalize his Assets! Wahahahaha idiot

      Vela Stardust - 2011-08-21 10:43

      Yes! His assets will be confiscated if he is found guilty of fraud. AWESOME!

      LBS - 2011-08-21 11:56

      And they can build lots and lots of HOUSES with his millions!

  • Joe - 2011-08-21 01:18

    Now JuJu really can't lose. If he's found guilty, he'll garner support because it would be proof "the ANC sold out to the imperialists" and if he is found innocent, he'll garner support because he is vindicated.

      Jacques Jones - 2011-08-22 15:10

      there is a lot of truth in that statement bud.

  • Marcell - 2011-08-21 01:47

    Da komputer is a western thing. It is broken. There are two types of people. Those that can count in binary.

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 08:05

      Yes the computer will make a mistake....

  • Saleem - 2011-08-21 02:12

    Believe it when i see it ,,,,,,,,another heading for goverment all through his corruption n conviction n case closed..........mmmmhhhh

      BoerSeun - 2011-08-21 09:36

      i agree, winnie was found guilty and is in parliament. maybe they will give him a post in parliament now. minister of finance as he is good with money, to fill his own pocket. or they can do what China is doing, death penalty for corruption.

      umhlopo - 2011-08-21 10:50

      i agree,look at winnie,all she had to do was put out her stompie

      Marcell - 2011-08-22 07:31

      Yip, no smoking in Parly!

  • PinkAndProud - 2011-08-21 02:55

    I'm lovin' this tendency of Juliearse's world crashing around him .... pass the popcorn!

      pitbull - 2011-08-21 07:50

      I wonder how much ringside seats cost so we can all watch the spectacle of Juliarse landing on his butt in the dwang

      LBS - 2011-08-21 11:59

      I hope our so-called Defence Force and SAPS are ready for the dum-witted youth who will be coming out in forces to revenge him being expelled or suspended. Do you for one minute think Malemmer is going to just accept it and leave it at that??? Think again...

      Osman - 2011-08-21 19:34

      @pink and proud where is that idiot farmwoker ass wipe comments now.

  • Ldn_saffa - 2011-08-21 03:08

    Dear News 24 After serious consideration I have been forced to announce that it is now the appropriate time to finally announce the disbandment of our hard working and sometimes too over-zealous 'Hawks' Yours sincerely Jacob

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 08:06

      hot in the Kitchen I mean Kya

  • Atoombom - 2011-08-21 03:40

    Now how about patrice motsepe's R16 billion in about 10 years? Who covers for him?

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 07:44

      Hope Ferry is working on that one as well..

  • Carl - 2011-08-21 03:51

    Papa wag vir jou

      kilo39 - 2011-08-21 07:20

      Carl, haven't you heard,,,,Pappa is out on medical parole !

      LBS - 2011-08-21 12:03

      This Papa is the most common stupid statement ever! I really, really wish people will think out another phrase.

      Vernon - 2011-08-22 09:54

      lbs Papa wag vir jou

      Unskinny Bob - 2011-08-22 14:57

      @LBS: Wie's jou pappa?

  • Chris L - 2011-08-21 04:33

    Looking at that face in this news item.... turn back the clock 45 years, and this guy looks (and acts) just like Idi(ot) Amin. Dismiss him at your peril...a very dangerous psychopath! Be warned!

      JP Miller - 2011-08-21 09:49

      I also think that he suffers from a type of mental health problem. Surely no-one would be as stupid as him, to think/say that he is not a public persona, to think/say that his funds cannot be scrutinized....just another low IQ idiot yob with charisma...he was advised that the trust fund would be a great solution for receiving, storing and exploiting his ill-gotten gains....but luckily for the elders we have checks and balances in this country: Financial and Commercial legislation, SARS, the public protector, the constitution...all of which we must jealously defend - as well as freedom of speech - we MUST fight losing this....and a judiciary that is independent....I hope this does not change with the current proposed appointment of Moegeng Moegeng

  • td5guy - 2011-08-21 05:15

    We've all seen this Movie before.!!

  • Gert - 2011-08-21 05:21


  • verstom - 2011-08-21 05:37

    Lets see, somewhere a tape will surface from Chappie and all charges will be dropped.

  • verstom - 2011-08-21 05:40

    The word corruption is not in the Pedi dictionary eish

  • Chillibean - 2011-08-21 05:40

      LBS - 2011-08-21 12:16

      Very interesting, and the White Folks will love it, but I do think it's a bit unfair to "some" Black people... there ARE decent, well educated Black people who DO "know the world", talking about people like Justice Mohlala, Moeketsi Mbeki, and quite a few more. Be fair.

  • Marwaareed - 2011-08-21 05:52

    Ah yes the particular attention given to Malema's daily life paths in accordance with his nature and preference... the outcome - devoid of any action taken on account of actions committed by Malema!

  • Marwaareed - 2011-08-21 05:53

    Ah yes the particular attention given to Malema's daily life paths in accordance with his nature and preference... the outcome - devoid of any action taken on account of actions committed by Malema!

  • Marwaareed - 2011-08-21 06:14

    Without doubt have full awareness that Malema will not undergo any justice according to his undesirable tendencies! Existing circumstances have significant facts to his advantage!ill not undergo any justice according to his undesirable tendencies! Existing circumstances have significant facts to his advantage!

      LBS - 2011-08-21 12:18

      WHY do you keep on REPEATING yourself? Perhaps you should sleep a LITTLE later....

  • vegetarian - 2011-08-21 06:50

    News24 sucks. Why was my comment deleted. Was it because I said Zuma may still be prosecuted when his term is over. Well, that is what is going to happen anyway because he has not been acquitted nor has he received any immunity. You can delete this post but you cannot delete the fact that he is still a suspect in a corruption case.

      OuWitBooi - 2011-08-21 09:12

      Good point vegetarian. There is a risk that Zuma could appear to be the "good guy" as a result of the removal of Malema. We must not forget his past (and current Zuma Inc activities). I cannot see that SA can ever win the corruption battle if the Arms Deal and Zuma's role in it is not properly investigated and put to bed. As long as this is hanging over Zuma's head he cannot act decisively against corruption, because there is always the suspicion that he is the most corrupt of the lot. The Arms Deal must go to court and either find Zuma innocent so that he can take the moral high ground in fighting corruption, or if Zuma is found guilty he can be removed from centre stage and allow someone with better morals to come in and fight the good fight.

  • kilo39 - 2011-08-21 07:12

    An IQ of 6...and life's a gas. God help the youth of this country...if this is what you respect and aspire are lost and will remain poor, used, abused and without hope for the rest of your miserable days. Your leader has plunged a knife in your back...that is how much he cares for you.

  • Strog - 2011-08-21 07:13

    A bit of a coincidence, why does the investigation only start now when the ANC Has had enough of him, there has been enough evidence in public to have started this investigation a long time ago. this proves how the senior leaders can orchestrate the police, SARS and legal system!

  • Thingamebob - 2011-08-21 07:14

    Malemba is just a stupid, dumb little puppet that is being used for much bigger plans by much bigger fish. He's a pawn. Be scared of the ones that are pulling the strings.

  • Hamilton Ngwenya - 2011-08-21 07:22

    He just couldn't keep quiet. If he did his job of leading the youth and not scr«w with his seniors and everyone else, his shenanigans would have gone unnoticed.

      Komasa - 2011-08-21 09:01

      JM's assets will be nationalised through the Asset Forfeiture Unit, get the trucks ready Willie.

      ConcernedMom - 2011-08-22 13:18

      Yes and the public would have continued being screwed over without even knowing it.

  • Merleen - 2011-08-21 07:30


      tryanything - 2011-08-21 07:46

      The cricket guy did ok .Why not Malema?

      Elsie - 2011-08-21 08:08

      At least we have one guarantee: SARS is so money stricken, for sure they will not leave him alone. About the rest - no guarantees

      LBS - 2011-08-21 12:23

      I think even SARS first obtain "permission" before they now all of a sudden jumped on the band wagon. Don't tell me they only JUST found out he failed to pay tax. P E L E A S E !

  • pitbull - 2011-08-21 07:38

    About time. Juliarse needs his butt kicked from here to Robben Island. Hopefully there are a couple of Great Whites (sharks or lawyers) wandering around.

  • kilo39 - 2011-08-21 07:38

    I have it on good authority that Malema will roll over on his masters and benefactors in a plea bargain. His dossier of evidence against them is what has till now given him his power and his disdain for authority. This is big and will even have foreign governments busy covering their tracks. Don't be surprised if a triad or two is being plug a hole!

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 07:46

      Plug Malemas mouth.

  • Kevin - 2011-08-21 07:53

    ON THE POINT?????????JAIL?????????????HEE HEE?????????????????

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 08:04

      I still believe that this could be another distraction to cover up something bigger .Heres Hoping Detective Ferial is working on it. Hate for her to lose her momentum.

  • Ian - 2011-08-21 08:06

    watch the anc demand the disbanding of the hawks, hope they nail the fat prick overalls, you corrupt thief only one size

      Common Sense - 2011-08-21 08:54

      Get a doctor to sow his mouth closed then he has no power....

  • Enockay - 2011-08-21 08:13

    AYEYE all hell is about 2 break loose, SARS/HAWKS/PUBLIC PROTECTOR,all investigating

      tryanything - 2011-08-21 08:17

      Doubt it effeciency is not Our best attribute..

      Enockay - 2011-08-21 12:10

      after the public protector exposing Cele and founding him guilty,im very positive something will come out of this

  • flummoxed - 2011-08-21 08:30

    Hmmm! Watching the 'fat cat's' hand to brow gestures recently, me thinks that things are getting rather hot for Juju. Good! If the ANC is to receive any credibility as to their might, they must root out dissidents and corruption.

      allie - 2011-08-21 09:19

      Hy moet ophou sy kop krap,netnou steek daar splinters in sy hand.

  • Hugo van Niekerk - 2011-08-21 08:30

    lekker hoop hy kak!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Greg - 2011-08-21 08:46

    This is the Hawks golden opportunity to prove. to South Africa and the World, that they are (1) capable of doing their work professionally and (2) are not puppets controlled by Zuma and company.....I wish them all success on both counts.

  • Common Sense - 2011-08-21 08:52

    Finally the full picture. Just a pitty the ANC missed the corruption part in their charges. Ian Khama will most probable turn a blind I to the idiot. Not speaking out against the possible corruption from the parenting organization tells something about the values of the ANC

  • TGIL - 2011-08-21 08:54

    YAY, stupid bastard. Anyone who supports this dumb blackie isblooking like a right retard now

  • flummoxed - 2011-08-21 08:55

    "Now listen my boy, we at Albert Luthuli House understand that you're a youth who has fathered a 5yr old kid and opened a Trust Fund in his name for all your under the table bribes - also that you're racialistic, not to mention a political dissident who has no political education - any education - in fact, yet persists in trying to emulate greatness. To be perfectly honest and articulate - something you lack glaringlytly Juju, you're an absolute beligerent arse-hole who should be put out of his misery. We at Luthuli House have decided that there is only one way to help you in reaching this goal.. we are going to put your 'youthful' nuts through the grinder. OK my boy!!"

      LBS - 2011-08-21 12:27

      If only.....

  • Komasa - 2011-08-21 08:56

    JM's assets will be nationalised through the Asset Forfeiture Unit, get the trucks ready Willie.

  • RealitySux - 2011-08-21 09:05

    And all of this comes because he peed the ANC big nobs off by interfering in Botswana's affairs. It was okay for him to laud Mugabe as a hero. It was okay for him to call for whites to be exterminated. It was okay for him to call for nationalisation. But it is not okay for him to engage in politics that make the ANC look bad to our trading neighbours. We should all be sitting up and taking notice of how things work in this so-called "rainbow-nation". Do their bidding and you can be as big a thief and thug as you like, but overstep the mark and you will have your life dismantled. Just remember that none of this would have happened if the Protection of Information Act was in place. It just highlights the urgent need for it in the eyes of the ANC. After all, you do not have the right to know who in government or its spliter organisations is screwing you if you are only a peasant citizen. Watch out for the backlash from the ANCYL. They won't take this lying down.

      LBS - 2011-08-21 12:28

      100% correct!

  • refilwe mashigo - 2011-08-21 09:09

    I'm pretty sure you don't have to sift that hard to find something incriminating on j.j.. Good work Hawks!

  • TOKYO3991 - 2011-08-21 09:15

    The boy who was dropped on his head at birth, is about to fall on it again, silly little INKENkWE that he is!!