Malema did nothing wrong, supporters insist

2012-09-26 09:49

Polokwane - Supporters of expelled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema said he had done nothing wrong, ahead of his appearance in the Polokwane Regional Court on Wednesday.

"There is nothing wrong [with what]... our leader did. If he did anything wrong why [is this case happening] now?" asked a supporter.

"It is because we are going to Mangaung. This is just a plan to sabotage our leader."

Thulani Motsepe, 23, from Germiston said he took a taxi to Polokwane on Tuesday because he felt he needed to show the world that Malema was innocent.

Malema's supporters believed their presence would have an impact on the charges against him.

"I came all the way from the inner city branch in Johannesburg, just to prove that there is no case against my leader," said 27-year-old Xolelwa Ngele.

'Hands off our leader'

A placard carried by supporters read: "hands-off our leader, he did nothing wrong".

When Malema arrived at the court, some of his supporters ran towards the court fence, jostling to get a glimpse of him.

Malema is accused of money-laundering. The charge sheet lists him as accused number 10.

On Tuesday, four of his co-accused appeared in court and were granted bail of R40 000 each.

They are accused of fraud, corruption and money-laundering, relating to a R52m tender awarded to On-Point Engineers. Four companies were also charged.

Malema handed himself over to the Polokwane police on Wednesday morning, before his court appearance, reported SABC.

Roads leading to the court were closed on Wednesday and police were monitoring the situation.

There was barbed wire outside the court and police Nyalas were positioned in various places surrounding the court.

Hundreds of Malema supporters sang and danced outside the courthouse. The crowd was expected to swell as the day progressed.

Others sat on the pavement, and leaned against the walls after participating in a night vigil for Malema on Tuesday.

- Are you there? Send us your eyewitness accounts and photos.

  • ernst.f.dewaal - 2012-09-26 09:55

    He Stole your money! if you consider that "nothing" you deserve to have your money stolen - 2012-09-26 09:57

      In their eyes killing is no problem, so why would corruption and theft be a problem?

      susan.paul.330 - 2012-09-26 10:05

      He stole your money, he drives fancy cars, he lives in luxury, his supporters have nothing, what has he done for them? "nothing" if his suppoters are happy with this, then they deserve to have nothing...

      janice.mcmaster.92 - 2012-09-26 10:06

      They are SO brainwashed, they cant see what is right in front of them! And he is a bit LARGE to miss!!!

      janice.mcmaster.92 - 2012-09-26 10:07

      They should hand out dictionaries instead of T shirts... - 2012-09-26 10:08

      Media24 .... why has my posting been deleted??

      george.pistorius - 2012-09-26 10:13

      He stole your money and he is breathing!!!

      nicholas.graan - 2012-09-26 10:13

      Dumb, Dumber, Dumbest ...

      mattewis.kat - 2012-09-26 10:17

      And they ask me why I don't believe in democracy!

      gieljam.gomtor - 2012-09-26 10:27

      They are a bunch of uneducated juvenile delinquents,

      sean.bagley.50 - 2012-09-26 10:29

      Yeah right he did nothing wrong!!!! He enriched himself at the expense of others.Wrote chqs to his family trust.Did not pay nearly R16mil in taxes.So why oh why again has he been charged? So what you are protesting for, who you are supporting and the way you go about the situation makes absolutely no logical sense. Grow up and take responsibility for your own lives,Malema cares very little for you,only enjoys being on your little pedestal. Go back to work or go back to school you fools.You have no purpose in this country's economy,you have no future in this country if you keep up with your caveman mentality. Malema is a criminal fullstop.He swindled millions upon millions,lives in a mansion,drives his million Rand car,eats the best food money can buy.And you? You so valiantly and blindly defend your leader,when your "leader" leaves you to rot in your pathetic shack dwellings without running water,living by candlelight like a neanderthal. The lucky few who received a FREE house,you have the collective government,and years of hard work and sacrifice to thank for that.When is the "Youth" going to wake up and realize that Malema has no interest in them,their family,their poverty,their unemployment or their dreams and hopes. He only cares about two things:His money and his political career,if you can call corruption,intimidation and enticement to violence a "career".

      pierre.pretorius.370 - 2012-09-26 10:49

      Because in Africa, it's OK to steal and murder and rape. Wait... That can't be right...?

      Desilusionada - 2012-09-26 10:55

      "I came all the way from the inner city branch in Johannesburg, just to prove that there is no case against my leader," said 27-year-old Xolelwa Ngele." So the judge will call him forward and acquit JM because he travelled from the inner city branch, thus proving JM's innocence of theft?? The reasoning and logic of a 27 year old who was 7 years old when Mandela walked out of jail? And looking at the media reports and these idiots dancing around, there are a lot like him!!! The youth who are supposed to be 50% of the population? Perhaps it is too late in the day to save SA. Don't know, but despair and a cold hand clamps my heart.......

      amico.amico.5 - 2012-09-26 10:55

      Do you know where you are wrong? The people he stole from are at work as we speak. Most of the people who are there with him are unemployed otherwise they'll be sleeping waiting for night shift or they'll at work boosting SA's economy and waiting to be ripped of their hard earned money at month end.

      maureen.churchill.9 - 2012-09-26 13:28

      He laundered your money, and that does not mean he washed and ironed it, it means he stole it. BUT, we must accept the findings of the court at this point. Does it not bother you guys that he wears the best clothes, eats in the best restaurants, will soon be living in a mansion, wears the most expensive watch, not to say he hasn't the best shoes. REALLY! can you honestly accept that. Nobody must poke him in the boep he will go brrrrrrrrr all the way to the ceiling.

  • joe.farmer.92775 - 2012-09-26 09:55

    the avalanche has started it is too late for the pebbles to speak

      susan.paul.330 - 2012-09-26 10:07

      you mean the bones..

      fredster.mania.5 - 2012-09-26 10:40

      The problem is that he has brainwashed the people to such a state, that they do not see right from wrong. Only a leader that promises the world, but is as corrupt as the next

  • christopher.shining - 2012-09-26 09:56 many more times must I say this?

      walter.o.latham - 2012-09-26 10:27

      It's the general mentality of Malema's followers which mirrors that of their idol, so why get into a frenzy. The more publicity the idiot gets the more vote swings there will be towards the DA and hopefully this will be a huge advantage at the next elections. So, let him and his supporters carry on!

  • paul.mostert.5 - 2012-09-26 09:56

    something really really wrong in South Africa if large group of people believe the corrupt is innocent!!

      lwazi.zibi.7 - 2012-09-26 10:15

      "Innocent unit proven guilty"... Don't JUDGE...

      gordon.turner.37 - 2012-09-26 10:28

      1000 school kids? Not exactly national support.

      gerald.parker.3956 - 2012-09-26 10:32

      Iwazi Please tell me where fatso got and is getting his money from and don't say the family trust because they are also being charged with fraud and corruption

      Mark - 2012-09-26 10:45

      I think Iwazi.zibi.7 beleives Julias got his money from Jesus.

  • jeremy.thewasp - 2012-09-26 09:56

    Stupid idiot braindead sheep supporters - God help them! If theft, corruption and fraud is considered doing "Nothing wrong"..everybody would be doing it...Oh Gosh silly me, the ANC are all doing it...

  • jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 09:57

    They, of course, would know. All his dealings are of course so transparent and above board that SARS has no interest in him. Are his supporters gullible, or just plain stupid?

      roger.hess.14 - 2012-09-26 10:05

      Or were they just paid to make a presence? It's hard to believe that people can be so dim as not see what he really is!

  • - 2012-09-26 09:57

    Except steal money and live a fatcat lifestyle. Money that could have been used to give those same supporters a better lifestyle. I can't believe this fatcat has the support of the poor masses.

  • jacques.smit - 2012-09-26 09:59

    So if I dont pay over my company taxes this year, and everyone one is SA does the same, where the F@#k will the money come from that you need so badly for your community improvements????? Seriously?? Why is he exempt from paying taxes? Taxes that is there to feed the poor???

  • sharon.houghton.984 - 2012-09-26 09:59

    But this is rent a crowd, they are paid to support him while they get a free coke and t shirt!

  • michael.hein.7374 - 2012-09-26 10:02

    Damn, and I was so sure his supporters would think he was guilty... WTF??? really???

  • mantothieve.missingman - 2012-09-26 10:03

    Well if you support him you cant have a brain to start of with.Out of 50 million I doubt he has more than 100 thousend supporters.

      jacques.smit - 2012-09-26 10:05

      Still scary to think in 18 years so many people have sat back and did nothing to improve themselfs.. Very scary... Free schooling, free bursaries.. :/ suppose demanding is easier way for the lazy to get something thatn earning it in SA..

      mantothieve.missingman - 2012-09-26 11:15

      @ jacques.smit Yup and if I look around at all the white people I know they all are doing exceptionally well A lot of them lost their jobs due to BEE , Was forced to start their own business , They own houses , kids get very well educated , in short they live a good life and they pay for everything themselves and paying for 10 anc supporters too! , where the anc supporters get all the above for free incl jobs they cant do and yet they still struggle !

  • henk.vanrensburg.31 - 2012-09-26 10:04

    We know, it is called Africanism....The love of the dictator...

  • hudayfah.newman - 2012-09-26 10:06

    Took a taxi? You should've jumped in cadre malema's merc or hummer or whatever he's driving nowadays. He got his economic freedom. You guys are still fighting for yours lol

  • rian.dejager.3 - 2012-09-26 10:06

    So this is what the "Rainbow Nation" is coming to??? Stealing is OK. Killing is OK. Fraud and Corruption is OK... Paying more tax for those who don't pay tax is OK... What the hell!

  • toni.falletisch - 2012-09-26 10:06

    Ignorance and stupidity is so blissful, blindly following a leader is why you will ALWAYS BE POOR!

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  • Teuneman - 2012-09-26 10:07

    Of course, a thief doesn't do anything wrong in the eyes of other thieves.

  • greg.meyer.543 - 2012-09-26 10:08

    They will continue to back him up even if he is convicted. Malema is promising them financial freedom and free land without them having to earn anything, they are lazy (for a lack of a better word) and want things given to them for nothing, they don't know what its like to be educated and to work or provide a service in return for wealth.(imo) Its much easier to blindly follow a politician that makes promises. I just wish they would wake up and realize they are being manipulated and used just to get him into power, just like Zuma did when he gave his supporters free chicken and T shirts.

  • sirthulani - 2012-09-26 10:08

    Your leader stole my money you idiots pple,why are you saying he has done nothing wrong???

  • rowan.maulson - 2012-09-26 10:11

    Are these idiots really that bloody thick? Lets go to court and just that presence will show that their "leader" is innocent? Daft prats.

      jacques.smit - 2012-09-26 11:56

      maybe they have a few extra rabbits this time...

  • osmaseko - 2012-09-26 10:12

    So Thuli Madonsela released a preliminary report into her investigation, the same day Malema get and co get arrest this means the Hawks / NPA didn't have a case they are going to use Madonsela's invesatigations as evidence on this case? #food for thought#

      phillip.phogole - 2012-09-26 10:21

      True true true,It is just Zuma tactics for second term

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 10:23

      You have jumped to a few conclusions here, my friend - methinks a trifle prematurely.

      osmaseko - 2012-09-26 10:36

      this is how it seems to me

  • sphala - 2012-09-26 10:12

    Right here outside Polokwane Regional Court...supporting Malema.

      pule.isaac.10 - 2012-09-26 10:15

      Thugs always back each other,watch ur back invistigations are coming ur way.

      phillip.phogole - 2012-09-26 10:20

      Thank you My brother

      jomardl - 2012-09-26 10:22

      Right here at work, earning the money Malema and co. will steal.

      luke.dekoker - 2012-09-26 10:41

      sphala, on the stolen I-Pad I take it??

      derek.wright.7370 - 2012-09-26 10:42

      So you support corruption and stealing!

      mantothieve.missingman - 2012-09-26 12:11

      dont forget to burn somthing

  • pule.isaac.10 - 2012-09-26 10:12

    Now tell me,where did he get those millions?stupid fools.

      phillip.phogole - 2012-09-26 10:19

      Ask zuma about R500 000 from Shabier

      idille.borchers - 2012-09-26 10:29

      @Kgalema : two wrongs don't make a right. Zuma's day is coming.

      mantothieve.missingman - 2012-09-26 12:12

      Its called anc maths , 20 000 salary = 52 million a year !

  • mart.botha - 2012-09-26 10:13

    Sheep to the slaughter is what these supporters are. A time is coming soon when Malema and others will be exposed as the corruptors who are only milking this situation for personal gain. They will be the first to call for his blood when this happens. Short term gain will result in long term suffering for his hangers on.

      phillip.phogole - 2012-09-26 10:19

      What about Zuma R500000 bribery from Shabier,What about arms deal,What about Rape

      jomardl - 2012-09-26 10:23

      @Kgalema - two wrongs don't make a right. Malema and Zuma both belong in jail.

  • Owen-Chandirekera Taizviona-Jairos Padera - 2012-09-26 10:14

    in a democratic nation it is a democratic right to support whoever u feel is fine for u. also a democratic right not to support a person whom seems a threat to your life so keep on with your nice and dirty comments . finally the person's life goes on .

      pule.isaac.10 - 2012-09-26 10:18

      I'm f¤kn working very hard for that tax money idiot.

  • mmaltisofi.tchako.7 - 2012-09-26 10:16


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  • phillip.phogole - 2012-09-26 10:17

    Zuma is corrupt I just want know when the NPA are going to bring charges for Zuma corruptions,Zuma children are having tenders as well,Gupta is controlled by Zuma,Arms deal,Rape charge,Showerman must just step down

      pule.isaac.10 - 2012-09-26 10:24

      I'm sure NPA is waiting 4 that evidence,so why don't u do the right the rite thing,blow the whistle.

      jomardl - 2012-09-26 10:25

      They all are. There are very few politicians that are not corrupt especially in today's ANC.

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 10:28

      Kgalema, what you are asking for is a return to values, for a return to the rule of law. I don't see that happening in Showerman's time, for if he steps down he exposes himself to the risk of being prosecuted on some 700+ charges - unless, of course, he "emigrates" to Zimbabwe first.

      idille.borchers - 2012-09-26 10:34

      Just wait until his term expires, that is if he is not sacked before then. Helen is going to have him for breakfast as soon as he is no longer president.

      sehloho.xaba - 2012-09-26 10:34

      kgalema i think u ar confused becos dis is not about zuma is about malema unless you are the same as him.especially when you bring his rape alegation to this as it was tested at the court law an declared not guility.we must treat crime as it is nometer who is invove.malema must forget about poletics for now an concentrate on his case or stop saying his case was politicaly motivated.

      mantothieve.missingman - 2012-09-26 12:14

      We waiting for the all of the anc criminals, Incase you dont know there are billions gone since they took over , But they are well connected , In english we call that corruption I know there is no such word in pedi.

  • Eric Mdudus Shaku - 2012-09-26 10:19

    Its no longer about that city press editor its Zuma now.

  • jomardl - 2012-09-26 10:19

    They are all corrupt and therefore ever so outraged when their corruption is pointed out by equally corrupt opponents. Having accepted this as a part of life, even much of the electorate seems to be unconcerned about the actual thievery or their candidates "innocence" but rather with the hypocrisy of the opponent. It appears the best these ANCYL drones can hope for in life is to one day be in the pillaging of public coffers or at the very least scrounge some of the crumbs. That's very sad.

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 10:29

      Very sad - but very true.

  • abel.mawelewele - 2012-09-26 10:19

    It is 4 de court 2 decide,those ppl hu said he hs dn nthng wrong a u the judges or what?molao ke molao,u a behind sm1 hu doesnt care abt ada ppl only hmslf.

      Mancoba Richie Sambo - 2012-09-26 10:48

      ha ha ha!!! gud pple there's nthng inhuman abt Malema, i thnk u wud hav done de same thng u not Jesus Christ..., weda guilty ooor not, we follow who eva we wanna follow, u shud do de same follow whoeva u wanna follow!!!

  • jaffea.joe - 2012-09-26 10:20

    This is all a conspiracy because Mr Malema is the advocate for the real citizens of this country who have been betrayed by the old leaders who have corruption running through their veins. And the colonial regime just looks just as bad, because their hatred for Mr. Malema which is fueled 90% by racism is blocking from realizing the truth.

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 10:33

      Jaffea, if you really believe what you have posted, I feel very sorry for you. You are in for the rudest of awakenings when you find out that Malema is as corrupt as the most corrupt in the ANC - the difference is just that Malema has been shouldered away from the feeding trough, and is sore about it. In the meantime, brave hero Jaffea, sleep in peace.

      idille.borchers - 2012-09-26 10:40

      Exactly what has this 'advocate for the real citizens of this country' done for the real citizens except steal money that was intended for the improvement of their lives. take off your blinkers, man.

      jaffea.joe - 2012-09-26 10:55

      @idille, don't speak as if you know it all. I have not seen any evidence that the job for which he won the tender was not done. If its done, then what is the big deal?

  • bob.small.7547 - 2012-09-26 10:20

    Leader..! Leader of what? Fools brigade I think! Man we have some stupid people in this country!

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 10:34

      An incredible number, Bob.

  • shaylene.stenger - 2012-09-26 10:23

    clearly they are the uneducated lot!!!! BTW news24 where was the 15 000 you mentioned yesterday?

  • denise.herbst.5 - 2012-09-26 10:24

    I better get down there! I have a bridge these guys can buy!!

  • Trust Royeld Senosi Senosi - 2012-09-26 10:25

    Whites are very happy thinking that Malema will go to prison...we will support our Leader Julius Juju Man Malema...they were supporting Terreblanche we didnt say anyting

      joe.mangena.1 - 2012-09-26 10:32

      They even think Juju killed ET, this shows how much their \education\ is blinding them

      jomardl - 2012-09-26 10:33

      Malema is a piece of garbage and so was Terreblance. Just like ANCYL makes black people look stupid, the kind of white people who supported ET were the dumbest, most bigoted, uneducated, unthinking and nasty types... an embarrassment to the rest of us. Terreblance did go to prison in the end and rightly so. Get your head out your @ss and look past race.

      Clayton Richard Delport - 2012-09-26 10:45


      derek.wright.7370 - 2012-09-26 10:50

      How many whites supported Terblanche, maybe 0,1%. Get your facts right man. The reason we want him side-lined is his racist rhetoric against all whites and he is a very real danger to the prospects and stability of this country we are all patriotic about. Get over yourself and try and make a positive difference to the well being of our country and it's citizens.

      luke.dekoker - 2012-09-26 11:01

      Botox-Factory is like Terreblanche was prior to your corrupt anc came to power.. We as Whites and all other races in South Africa should indeed be HAPPY if malema and ALL the other corrupt thieves go to prison. STOP being a Racist, you are trying to blame all your failures on us just like the CancER regime/crooks do.

  • likoena.makae - 2012-09-26 10:27

    Malema is not guilty,Zuma is responsible for arms deal but he is still in power,why mzanzi le tshaba nnete so

      pule.isaac.10 - 2012-09-26 10:35

      Can u pls supply the NPA with that evidence we want our tax money back.

  • mmangaliso - 2012-09-26 10:30

    Zuma is 'the devil on earth' the DEVIL

  • Trust Royeld Senosi Senosi - 2012-09-26 10:32

    Our president is so corrupt and you can say anything about it...youth must run the country not the old folks...

      sehloho.xaba - 2012-09-26 10:46

      as a youth i will be happy if that can happen but i am afraid that is going to be the end of our beautiful country becos we dont have a good foundation.but the one of thieves,not taking advices an insulting elders not to mention corruption.

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 11:04

      God forbid!

      timothy.jenkin - 2012-09-26 12:13

      What do the youth have that the elders don't?

  • daniel.j.palma - 2012-09-26 10:35

    If you believe that, that man is innocent then you are as naive as the crowd supporting him. This place is starting to become like a playground. "Dont pick on poor jub jub, he has done nothing wrong" Fine then. Let him get away with it. Don't come complain when you realize that the government has no money to support its people. You want to support corrupt officials then live in your choice.

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 11:11

      Daniel, the government is not there to "support its people". Anyway - where does the government's money come from? From taxpayers, if you did not know. And it is there to provide services like defence, policing, roads and other infrastructure and TEMPORARY assistance for those in dire need. But what happens to R30bn (thirty thousand million Rands) per annum, which is over R119m per working day? It gets stolen or misspent by ANC cadres, according to the NPA.

  • Trust Royeld Senosi Senosi - 2012-09-26 10:36

    Our president must step down#Jacob Zuma... he's so Devil...all he can do is to marry...Malema is innocent till hes proven Guilty

      will.glibbery - 2012-09-26 11:31

      @Trust: If not paying tax, and using influence as an ANC official for financial gain in tenders and business constitutes innocence, then it is crystal clear why Zuma became president despite enquiries into his affairs. You know Zuma? Yes the one who could do no wrong, that Juju was willing to 'kill for', and 100% for? So defend him by all means, but PLEASE, when things go belly up again, do not blame the white man, the justice system, or the weather for defending those who put their own interests above those of South Africa's people.

  • mariska.gerber.5 - 2012-09-26 10:36

    "Malema did nothing wrong".....How stupid are some people!! STUPID STUPID!!!! jUST AS STUPID AS YOUR DUMB LEADER TO!!!

  • mike.clery - 2012-09-26 10:37

    Nothing wrong? Innocent? Apart from this case, he didn't even contest that he'd evaded tax. Malema did not oppose the application by Sars. Sars spokesperson Adrian Lackay confirmed the judgment against Malema for R16-million had been obtained. He told the newspaper the amount included unpaid taxes, penalties and interest.

  • steve.ritchie.739 - 2012-09-26 10:37

    And the Malema road show rolls on....................

  • andrew.nkuna - 2012-09-26 10:38

    It will be very difficult for the state to find Malema & co. guilty of all the corruption charges against them. For starters, in as much as we all know Malema had an influence in all these tenders (the company) won but there's no proof at all. As a share holder (not under administration), he is entitled to all his dividends hence these payments he received. Just like Cyril Ramaphosa, Mathews Phosa....the list is endless, who are also shareholders in major companies. By now, you can rest assured that proper invoices have been prepared to account on all the payments made to his family trust. All they need to prove is whether he's directly involved or not..

      Eric Mdudus Shaku - 2012-09-26 10:41

      Did u understand the charges brougth againts juju(money laundaring)

      kswanepoel - 2012-09-26 11:08

      Once SARS is on your case, you have reason to worry! A warrant is issued when the NPA have all facts on hand! Malema obviously got back-hand deals and cash deposits into his various trust funds he started on behalf of his mother and son! How can he owe SARS so much money in taxes, build a house of millions and still drive a Range Rover and wear a Breitling on a mere R20,000 salary (from the ANCYL)? Face it, the whole Africa has shown once the Rebels are in power, they simply forget the masses and steal to enrich themselves, their friends and family! From Malema to the Unions all get huge amounts, but don't share it - yet they stand on rooftops, tell people to strike and cause havoc in our economy! People on the street should ask themselves "how have I ever benefited financially by supporting Julius or the Unions for that matter?"

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 11:14

      Andrew, you are probably going to be a very surprised man when the court makes its ruling.

  • Eric Mdudus Shaku - 2012-09-26 10:39

    The way i understand this supporter they say malema stole this money but why him alone taken to court,also they say he is right to steal because They suspect Zuma sons also commit corruption,if it is that so malema supporters do u think its good for bank robbers to rob because malema steal also?

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 11:17

      Okay, Eric, I think I understand your point, but Malema is accused no. 10 in this case. The person occupying the position of president in this country can, by law, not be prosecuted. Once he is no longer president, he can be. This, I should imagine, is why Zuma so badly wants a second term.

  • lvhukeya1 - 2012-09-26 10:40

    i also knw dat pres MALEMA has done nothing wrong,,,,,,, i hate dat big headed headed thing we call a pres.

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 11:19

      You may hate him all you like, but that does not give you the right to refer to Malema as president.

  • will.glibbery - 2012-09-26 10:41

    I'm sincerely sad to hear that Malemas supporters survived birth control.

  • sphala - 2012-09-26 10:42

    I repeat apparently....their is no power in this charge either evidence.

      jurie.nel.3 - 2012-09-26 11:20

      There are none so blind as those who WILL not see.

  • beki.khumalo - 2012-09-26 10:42

    It is interesting to note that Malema has only been charged with a schedule 1 offence: Money Laundering. In comparison to his business associates, it seems the HAWKS are not as confident with Malema's case. Money laundering also carries an up to 15 year jail sentence. Do I question the arrest? Yes! Do I necessarily think he's not guilty? NO!

      nhlakzile - 2012-09-26 10:56

      Thanks for such a beautiful comment! Sometimes I wonder when people start saying someone is not guilty, as if they really think he didn't do anything! But what you just said is a fact I also question the arrest which doesn't necessarily mean the man is not guilty! Well I guess it's one of those things! But people need to know that these type of battles won't ever stop! It's kind of sad that it involves money(a lot of money) well let the court rule, I really don't care what the outcome is because if they did it for Zuma then they might as well do it for themselves now! So it doesn't matter what we think anymore! Let's wait and see! Peace!

  • ivan.goodman.77 - 2012-09-26 10:43

    I would not celebrate so soon, this case is far from over, remember accuse no 1 is now our MR President and the scorpions are history. So watch the space.......!