Malema: I've never had a formal job

2011-11-16 13:01

The African National Congress disciplinary committee ruled last week against Julius Malema, 30, for questioning President Jacob Zuma's leadership and support for the government of neighbouring Botswana, which the ANC Youth League had labelled imperialist.

In his first news conference since that ruling, Malema said on Wednesday that "only the wilfully blind can believe that this matter is purely about discipline and not intended to settle political scores and stifle debate."

Here are some of Malema’s best quotes from the news conference:

- "As a a disciplined force, the ANCYL will follow all internal ANC processes to challenge these findings."

- "Our battle cry is unban the ANC youth league to defend the voice of the voiceless."

- "President Zuma is the president of the ANC... I can't have feelings for him... My relationship with Zuma remains a political one."

- "We will decide when the time is right whether there is a need for President Zuma to continue or not continue."

- "I am born African National Congress. I will die African National Congress."

- "Suspended for five years is much better than 27 years in jail... I'll come back in five years and continue the struggle."

- I've never had a formal job. I've never been a garden boy or a factory worker or in government. So how can I influence tenders?"

- "I'm not worried about being locked up by the Hawk or the public protector...I am one person who is not easily intimidated."

- "Hawks must come and tell me what I did wrong. South Africa is not a banana republic. I will not be intimidated. I am not scared of jail. Not even jail doors will stop the ideas we are advocating. Let them lock me up," he said referring to allegations that the Hawks were investigating him.

- "When there is corruption it must be reported."

- "I still want evidence from the City Press that I've accepted R200 000 bribes."

- "Some of those ANC members convicted of drinking and driving should have undergone a disciplinary hearing."

- "Let the enemy celebrate. That celebration will be short-lived," he said about the people celebrating his suspension.

- "Even if I'm on the street for five years I'll come back" to the ANC.

- "Resistance is a part of me. Defiance is a part of me. This is how I was brought up. If I am not convinced, I am not convinced."

  • Kobus - 2011-11-16 13:09

    And so says the Crown Prince of Mamparaland.

      Roche - 2011-11-16 13:29

      Is he not on the board of directors of various companies ? If he does not see that as a job. pitty the company

      sprinkaan - 2011-11-16 13:42

      @Kobus lol !! Very true !

      Francois - 2011-11-16 13:43

      The fact that he has never worked shows.

      Right - 2011-11-16 13:51

      No Doubt... Malema will bounce back....BIGGER than before.....only a matter of time. Three years....five years....ten years...whatever......he is in it for the LONG HAUL.

      Sean - 2011-11-16 13:56

      Malema said `` South Africa is not a banana republic `` Could have fooled me , lol !

      eric.vanvuuren - 2011-11-16 14:09

      Thickest of all bananas = Julius Malema

      Go - 2011-11-16 15:29

      never had a formal job or functioning brain !!!!

      Ronald - 2011-11-16 15:33

      No Right, he will keep on coming back to politics purely because he has never had a proper job, in all fairness does not know how to do a proper job and knows of no other line of "work" that pays so handsomely as politics in SA.

      Spyker - 2011-11-16 16:03

      @Right.., WRONG...

      RatexZa - 2011-11-16 16:20

      @Right - yep hell come back, FATTER than ever.

      Teboho - 2011-11-16 16:44

      is he stupid or jst looks that way......

      Bruce - 2011-11-16 18:42

      he looks like Barney and acts like "SPONGE" Bob, either way he is a feaking laugh a minute cartoon, pity so many people are fascinated by cartoons.

      Gestoffle - 2011-11-16 19:25

      @ Right - You get more thumbs down than a crocodile trying to sing crocodile-rock on Idols. Lock yourself away in the hall of shame. Epic fail every time you put your smelly paws to the keyboard…...boety.

      John - 2011-11-17 21:13

      Was Mac Maharaj 1 of the 3 south african communists which went to Moscow before 1994, and were told that communist central control economies do not work? Mac Maharaj quoted numbers from the Soviet Propaganda Book, and the russians laughed and explained to him that all the numbers in the Book were FALSE? How can Mac Maharaj carry on as a communist and a member of the ANC = Association of National Criminals, Abortion Murder Genocide? The russians have dropped the National Democratic Revolution! The chinese have dropped the National Democratic Revolution! The indians have dropped the National Democratic Revolution! What is wrong with Mac Maharaj? Has he been brainwashed? Who were the other communists? Anybody remembers? Clue: it was not Mal enema!

      Thabo - 2011-11-18 10:50

      @Teboho o tlhabisa ditlhong. Anyway i see you from Cape Town so I'm not surprised. Le rapela mkgowa.

  • jurgen.eksteen - 2011-11-16 13:13

    Did you hear that SARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      jurgen.eksteen - 2011-11-16 13:16

      All that money and no formal job. Sounds like admission to me.

      Michael - 2011-11-16 16:24

      LOL "I've never been a garden boy or a factory worker..." Nothing wrong with people doing those jobs - at least it's honest labour. I must say that this is the FIRST time I've ever heard of those jobs being linked to tender rigging. Sigh - I guess that some people will never learn that it's better to just shut the f... up and let people just THINK they are stupid. Beer-o-clock time :-)

      Rodney - 2011-11-16 20:56

      Only the willfully stupid can't see what is obvious to the rest of us. Too stupid and too obstinate to be convinced when the truth is staring him in the face.

      alansmartSnr - 2011-11-17 22:38

      I believe him, after all, who would employ a 30+ year old drop out with a sub grade 7 qualification other than for a janitor or something simular. He was writing an ENTRANCE exam at Unisa. You have to have matric with science and maths as subject. or you can apply to any varsity for an exemption by writing an Entrance exam. The other other option is that if you are over 30 you can write an E/exam. This is what he was doing. shame

      Thabo - 2011-11-18 11:14

      @rutger.boshoff: quite interesting what you say there. I think what you are forgetting about our "flea invested sh#t holes" is that they are the way they are as a result of colonisation. Funny how white people immediately say black people "blame everyone else but themselves" for their problems when we highlight the long lasting effects of colonisation or apartheid.(by the way, since Africa is a "flea invested sh#t hole", I assume you either don't live in Africa or are planning to move outside the continent). Truth of the matter is, what has been done and to some degree is still being done to Africans affects generations. Our people are turned against each other through greed (which was never really an African trait.. UBUNTU was our way of life)these African leaders that loot their own countries have been created by the the same colonialists. If a black person blames apartheid or colonisation, it is not a blame game .. it's the truth white people have benefited, are benefiting and will carry on benefiting from apartheid and colonisation.

  • Sammy - 2011-11-16 13:15

    LOL HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA "I've never had a formal job" Wait what? LOOOOOOOSER!

      Bonjo - 2011-11-16 13:28

      I heard that Big Bird from Sesame Street is retiring, think they're looking for a replacement...wink wink

      Sammy - 2011-11-16 14:22

      HAHAHA Lebo, Classic!!

      mel.heydenrych - 2011-11-16 15:12

      LMAO Lebo! Thats about all he can do-strut around and wait for someone to ruffle his feathers.

      Phil.Kleynhans - 2011-11-16 15:28

      He is going to join the Hitler, Hussein, Bin Laden and Gadafi clan

  • motsoka - 2011-11-16 13:16

    I love this man! Honest as ever... A true leader

      Merven - 2011-11-16 13:29

      It must feel good to know that there are more idiots out there to share your thinking with.

      Kgaogelo - 2011-11-16 13:39

      Indeed Motsoka. This can only be the utterances of a true wise leader.

      notbuyingface - 2011-11-16 14:00

      No one can match this guy in the whole political spectrum, dirty tricks to remove him is the only answer. shame really.

      michael.slabbert - 2011-11-16 14:07

      I bet you that he doesn't even know how to spell or pronounce "utterances"...

      Deon - 2011-11-16 14:08

      True, wise leaders will tell theire followers to study and work.

      J.D. - 2011-11-16 14:09

      Motsoka It is an issue of the blind leading the blind.

      Sammy - 2011-11-16 14:22

      WHAAAT! Druged up for sure you are!

      Hermann - 2011-11-16 14:52

      Mandela lead an uphill struggle to victory, Malema leads a down hill struggle to destruction.

      Kay - 2011-11-16 14:55

      motsoka hahaha u joking hey? be honest oh no wait u ppl have a problem with that , u are eating his lies up jus like his taking all ur money shame shame shhhhhhame wake up now or forever remain completely stupid

      Phil.Kleynhans - 2011-11-16 15:30

      Looks like you have less betwween the ears as Malema's got.

      wo0two0t - 2011-11-16 16:08

      So if his so honest why doesnt he share with all of us how he got enough money to buy expensive cars and houses with no formal job? He is suppose to help the poor? Why isnt he then?

      Chumscrubber1 - 2011-11-16 16:25

      A true leader? What a sad assumption - of the biggest leader down the garden path this country has ever known...

      Alan - 2011-11-16 17:12

      Of what exactly dude?

      John - 2011-11-17 11:04

      he's as thick as a plank LOL!

      rutger.boshoff - 2011-11-17 11:31

      I see one of your favourite quotes read; "Democracy is the biggest lie ever sold to Africans"... the only reason democracy has not worked for you, is because Africans only seem to respond to power? It’s actually quite sad ;-)... out of all the flea invested sh#t holes from here to Egypt not one African nation has risen above. “Go back to 1948; Germany is in ruins, Japan has been flattened, their people are beaten and demoralised, Israel has just been reborn and is under attack and Ghana just got its "independence" with a fully functional infrastructure and a competent civil service. Fifty years later Japan was the second largest economy on Earth, Germany was the third largest, Israel's GDP is larger than all its Arab neighbours combined and where in world rankings was Ghana? Mbeki is a bigoted racist who will forever blame everyone else except the rotten African leaders that have let 'his' continent down so badly.” Your mighty Melama will get you exactly back where you are now... that is a fact, you clown!!! WAKE UP ;-o

      Ulindi - 2011-11-17 14:45

      @ motsoka, Kgaogelo & notbuyingface: your comments can make the next "funny"/mocking article

      Thabo - 2011-11-18 11:15

      @rutger.boshoff: quite interesting what you say there. I think what you are forgetting about our "flea invested sh#t holes" is that they are the way they are as a result of colonisation. Funny how white people immediately say black people "blame everyone else but themselves" for their problems when we highlight the long lasting effects of colonisation or apartheid.(by the way, since Africa is a "flea invested sh#t hole", I assume you either don't live in Africa or are planning to move outside the continent). Truth of the matter is, what has been done and to some degree is still being done to Africans affects generations. Our people are turned against each other through greed (which was never really an African trait.. UBUNTU was our way of life)these African leaders that loot their own countries have been created by the the same colonialists. If a black person blames apartheid or colonisation, it is not a blame game .. it's the truth white people have benefited, are benefiting and will carry on benefiting from apartheid and colonisation.

      rutger.boshoff - 2011-11-18 15:30

      @Thabo … you are using that spell check from the colonialist bastards and pasting under the wrong comment. Ha-ha-ha. Thabo my friend you will always be a victim, I promise you that. Many countries in Africa have had more than a fair opportunity to lift them selves up from these evil colonialist that gave them roads, etc and left them with functional civil society. Without this, I shudder to think were Africa would be, at the rate families are being planned and the population is expanding. Why is Africa where it is? Even India with its massive population and very little real mineral wealth (compared to Africa) have managed to rise above and compete in the world economy. I can tell you buddy… it’s weak leadership & a people that only respond to “power” not intellect.

  • Richard - 2011-11-16 13:16

    That's perhaps where the problem lies. Perhaps if he had had a formal job, he might have picked up some plain common sense along the way.

  • Sean - 2011-11-16 13:17

    Bad Boy, Bad Boy, wat ya gonna do, wat ya gonna do wen dey come for you, bad boy, bad boy...........

      germini23 - 2011-11-16 13:38

      i think u meant Fat boy Fat boy, wat ya gonna do wen they come for u

      jacques.d.devilliers - 2011-11-16 13:44

      Hahaha. He is definitely not going to run - so he will probably throw pies at those who come for him haha.

  • Shaun - 2011-11-16 13:17

    I've never had a formal job. I've never been a garden boy or a factory worker or in government So therefore when it comes to nationalisation and expropriation of land, our very own Mr. Malema doesnt know what he is talking about.

      Sean - 2011-11-16 13:58

      He tends to forget that one has to work to get somewhere , what a tool !

      David - 2011-11-16 14:17

      Hey, anyone willing to train Juju and offer him a job in the woodwork business?

      Shaun - 2011-11-16 14:23

      @David I`ll speak to a good friend of mine at Timbercity, lol

      Had - 2011-11-16 14:27

      David - He's good at chiselling - chiselling money

      hvklein - 2011-11-17 07:22

      Give the guy a chance. He only just wrote his entry exams for pre-school!

  • Richard - 2011-11-16 13:20

    Do these guys really think that the mother organisation is going to submit to them? I don't think so! I would not be surprised if Malema is expelled from the ANC altogether after this morning's rant at the leadership.

      Shaun - 2011-11-16 13:39

      We can only hope that it comes to pass

  • africanwolf - 2011-11-16 13:20

    Then look for one!!

  • Julian - 2011-11-16 13:23

    "When there is corruption it must be reported." Kindly explain to us, Mr Malema, how you can afford several vehicles and a multimillion rand property on a salary of R20,000 when I (with a slightly higher salary) own just a flat in a sectional title complex and one demo-model VW Polo Classic, and I'm still paying them off.

      winzik - 2011-11-16 13:31

      what you are saying will never make sense to King Big Head

      Hans - 2011-11-16 13:47

      Better still, he has no formal job, so how can he be getting a R20k salary?

      Lynn - 2011-11-16 13:55

      Yes please do. I have been working all my life and do not have 5% of what he has.

      Sean - 2011-11-16 18:12

      Julius represents the ``poor people`` , but the d@@s lives like a king ! Eish something doesn`t add up .... 20 k a month = 16 mil rand house ...hmmm

  • Grim - 2011-11-16 13:27

    sorry i really dont know who this man is but he sounds like a lost politician who has corruption and racism on the brain.. I read he has just been suspended from his party... so why do we still care..? Oh thats right we DONT..

  • Larry - 2011-11-16 13:34

    Shame, he would fit in well as a village idiot.

      Yar - 2011-11-16 13:47

      No - he's not smart enough.

      Ronald - 2011-11-16 15:44

      Too much competition when looking at his supporters and fellow members in ANCYL top mis-management.

  • j.c.s.mailbox - 2011-11-16 13:38 has also join Malema in making songs:??Malema?? Malema??, Malema?? Malema?? Malema our big money maker???? Malema uber alles?????!!

  • Vuyiseka - 2011-11-16 13:39

    With out FEAR or Favour, I as a BLACK-CHILD of Azania i stand by my President..Fellow Azanian Child im with you Mr Malema..! Away with Exploiters.. JuJu-Train myt travel with 20km/h for now..But be warned..

      Shaun - 2011-11-16 13:43

      I`m sorry are you from the past? Because your thinking seems to be about 200 years behind

      Kholofelo Theko - 2011-11-16 13:45

      Viva comrade, sisonke!

      jacques.d.devilliers - 2011-11-16 13:45

      So you admit he is riding the gravy train? It makes sense that it is travelling slowly since it is carrying heavy goods...

      Dorothea - 2011-11-16 14:14

      oh goodness. people who can read and write actually think these thoughts! shame. look at africa, look at how black people cope all over the world - you are not a very successful race. spurting this garbage is one of the reasons.....

      Chumscrubber1 - 2011-11-16 16:34

      And Vuyiseka will one day be the author of a book called, "How We Destroyed Our Own Country".

      ronel.kahlopperman - 2011-11-16 23:37

      Vuyiseka, I have to remind you that Julius Malema has no respect for his elders, he has no experience in the workforce, the struggle was over before he was a teenager, he is abusing the youth to rebel against those who have at least some experience. I see no sign of any decency either. Please rather join those of us who pray for his salvation. Maybe then...

      Philip - 2011-11-17 08:47

      Were is the roads your presidents' company was suppose to built for you and your comrades in the villages????? Oh yeah, it washed away!!!! But Bra Nom Nom, still got paid. My dear BLACK-CHILD, you are perishing due to a lack of knowledge.

      Charlotte - 2011-11-18 12:34

      funny how all the illiterates are not seeing the point..."i have had no formal job".. where did the money come from. This has nothing to do with race, "comrade", it has to do with a whole lot of corruption, and him shooting his mouth off. What are you still struggling for ? freedom? that was given years ago... and your party is still in power, and still you are struggling? Struggling until the point where everything is given to you?

  • Frank - 2011-11-16 13:40

    It is unlikely that the appeals committee can overturn the NDC's ruling.That would set a bad precedent.

      Ste79 - 2011-11-16 15:13

      I wonder if they (the NAC) could actually make his sentence worse? If they want to argue mitigating factors, surely there must be the opposite as well!

  • Siyanda - 2011-11-16 13:43

    What a fearless intelligent man

      Shaun - 2011-11-16 13:46

      If you believe that he is an intelligent man, the unfortunately yours is questionable

      lerumo.mkhonto - 2011-11-16 13:54

      If I could, I would have liked to meet you in the environment you live in. I would like to know whether you are part of the people who get personal gain from the shenanigans of Julius Malema or you are just plain stupid. Unfortunately I have not know someone who talks well of Julius Malema personally. I look across the northern border (Mugabe: Malema's mentor) then I am able to see what our country will be when Malema takes over.

      Brent - 2011-11-16 14:07

      this statement really shows your intelligence!!!idiot!!

      Dorothea - 2011-11-16 14:15

      lol! stupid git

      Sammy - 2011-11-16 14:26

      what a stupid poophead! Happy?

      Gareth - 2011-11-16 14:45

      @Siyanda - There is a popular saying and its goes something like this "No Brain no Pain" and your leader feels the least pain of them all.

      Paul - 2011-11-16 14:47

      What a brainless stupid idiot.

      Ronald - 2011-11-16 15:53

      For Siyanda's sake I hope he was sarcastic. If not, the deficiencies of the SA education system strikes again!

      Chumscrubber1 - 2011-11-16 16:35


      Philip - 2011-11-17 08:51

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Bra NOM intelligent...maa.....HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I blame apartheid that you weren't able to go to a better school, therefore I'll ignore your lack of judgement.

      Charlotte - 2011-11-18 12:36

      High five... in the face with a chair

  • Juan - 2011-11-16 13:43

    He is carrying on like a delusional, ranting lunatick now. I sure hope he is not afraid of prison as he will be introduced to his new cell mates shortly... Watch this space

  • Hannetjie - 2011-11-16 13:43

    Malema had no need for a formal job as he enriched himself through others and by being an ANCYL 'leader'. Maybe it is time he start working like the rest of us and contribute to this country's economy instead of only 'benefiting' from it!!!!!

  • pasca.motaung - 2011-11-16 13:45

    all your statement has only one meaning; "give up", is that what your doing Hounorable Presidant? u sound like a toothless dog!!!

  • John - 2011-11-16 13:46

    no one would hire this fat bigmouth as a garden boy

      Kholofelo Theko - 2011-11-16 13:51

      Garden boy he?

      Peter - 2011-11-16 13:57

      How can he be a garden boy? - that means having to do work. Mal-enama will not lift a finger for somebody else. He will only do something if he, and only him, is going to benefit

      Paul - 2011-11-16 14:52

      Not in my garden. I value my garden tools which I've worked and paid for. Besides, my gardener is respectful and hardworking man. Its man's work, not for boys. So sorry Juju - go look some-where else. Maybe Loot-all-i House may need a cleaner?

      Teboho - 2011-11-16 17:00

      it will b counter revolutionary 4 him 2 work as a garden boy , he will want 2 take ur garden by force......*resistance is part of me*.

      ronald.stilianou - 2011-11-17 20:08

      yip, he doesnt have the qualifications to be my garden boy

      Pretender Williams - 2014-07-25 16:31

      Most of u guys sound stupid, if u think (Juju) will ever go that way. Malema is a politician not a garden boy, watch the space he will soon ran this country as the President something u will never achieve with your Bcom he will do it with his woodwork (You are all dulisional and stupid)

  • Martin - 2011-11-16 13:49

    Lock him up!

  • billyboy6 - 2011-11-16 13:51

    "Ive never had a formal job........" Does this mean that he gets a salary for doing nothing. No job description, no annual appraisals, no accountability. And the ANCYL is the nursery for future leaders of the ANC, and perhaps future presidents of the country. No wonder our ministers and others at the top of the ANC don't understand responsibility or accountability.

      Ronald - 2011-11-16 15:58

      You've got it right with the first try, Billyboy. You have basically put the job description of almost all the ANC bigwigs in a nutshell.

      Marion - 2011-11-16 16:31

      @billboy6 - you've got 'nursery' right. Have you heard how loudly babies can wail in a nursery? Deafening with not even one intelligent word.

  • Dave - 2011-11-16 13:54

    "Never had a formal job" - doesn't need a formal job when he can steal tens of millions with the collusion of his equally corrupt ANC cronies.

  • uzair.parker - 2011-11-16 13:55

    "..defend the voice of the voiceless" More like "the brains of the brainless"

      Lu - 2011-11-16 15:27

      I believe the guy has the point when he say he speak the voice of the voiceless. Meneer parker stop tryin to be smart here coz u knw u were raised by criminals whole stole black ppl's land.

      Ronald - 2011-11-16 16:07

      Ok, Lu, lets say that the "whites" stole the land from the black people, who in turn stole it from the Koisan who were clever enough to leave their signature(rock paintings) on as many cave walls as you would care to shake a stick at, sort of signing the "deed of sale" as it were. Where would you care to draw the line? Is that line where the result does not suit your agenda? That means you are a hypocrite.

      Charlotte - 2011-11-18 12:38

      If i have to read another one of these brainwashed losers comments, im really going to lose faith in the education system in south africa. Dude, LU, you guys F#$% up the land that you have, so what makes you think any more land is going to do any better?

  • chris.khanye - 2011-11-16 13:55

    You subjected yourself to a disciplinary hearing before and pleaded guilty - what's the difference between then and now? If you already knew the verdict, why then did you subject yourself to the humiliation? I was waiting for the usual rhetoric - the whole process was counter revolutionary. As if being a revolutionary is ANCYL monopoly. But then in malemaland everybody clutches at straws!

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  • Piet - 2011-11-16 13:58

    Banana republic no, Circus definitely!

  • eric.radebe1 - 2011-11-16 14:04

    You are pathetic & disgusting young boy.

  • Lucky - 2011-11-16 14:04

    Very strong quotes from a determined person!

  • Wayne - 2011-11-16 14:10

    Dear Mr Jannie Momberg (New24 Editor) Please take Malema's power away and stop printing articles about him. No-one cares. Fuuuuuuu. Please. Cheers Wayne

      Rohin - 2011-11-17 09:52

      I think the fact that all the articles about him are the most read and most commented shows something. The fact is he is a news maker, for good or bad reasons, so it wouldn't make sense not to report on it.

  • Jeffrey - 2011-11-16 14:10

    "I've never government." What? Isn't the idiot appealing a decision to remove him from a political position? How does someone so stupid live this long without obliviously walking in front of a bus or something?

  • Moi - 2011-11-16 14:11

    Can't decide which is more laughable: juju's statements, or the comments from his followers in the posts above.

      Paul - 2011-11-16 14:54

      Definitely Juju's comments! If he didn't say anything none of us would be able to have a good laugh each day...

  • Dutchie - 2011-11-16 14:11

    "I've never had a formal job..." You so right no-one in their right mind will employ you as you’re un-employable O wait I forgot the ANCYL did and look at the k&k they have now….

  • Frank - 2011-11-16 14:12

    It felt good when you dealt with Masoga. You cry foul when things are not favouring you . That is hypocrisy at it's best. I've got nothing against him, he is a good comrade.But he must also learn to forgive others so that they can return the favour. The media also played it's part in misleading him to say he is powerful. If he is powerful then,why can't he leave the ANC and start his own political party. Stop wining and winging over nothing broer. U can still do good things for the poor outside politics if God called u to do so. U can repent and play a big role in the church.

  • Tshiamo - 2011-11-16 14:22

    Only in our country where a 30 year old can be comfortable in called a youth. There is need for the country to reduce its threshold for youth. The current one gives men in midlife crisis justify their immaturity.

      Ashleigh - 2011-11-16 15:02

      You are quite correct! According to Wikipedia the definition of YOUTH is: Youth is the time of life between childhood and adulthood (maturity). Definitions of the specific age range that constitutes youth vary. An individual's actual maturity may not correspond to their chronological age, as immature individuals could exist at all ages.

  • Tshiamo - 2011-11-16 14:24

    I am Tswana/Afrikaaner coloured. Please tell me the Sepedi equivalent of schadenfreude

      Purpl3Pixi3 - 2011-11-16 18:07

      ha ha >>> thats when someone hurts them selves and people laugh right??? classic <<< definately laughing!!!

      Purpl3Pixi3 - 2011-11-16 18:10

      Schadenfreude i/'???d?nfr??d?/ (German: ['?a?d?n?f???d?]) is pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others! i am deriving pleasure from malemas misforntunes? yes!!!

  • Jacqui - 2011-11-16 14:25

    Disciplined force?. Don't make me laugh. Resistance is part of me, oh my. What a silly message by someone who feels sorry for himself.

  • Washington - 2011-11-16 14:26

    this boy has balls that clank and ANC leadership must watch out lest this suspension will boomerang

      Ronald - 2011-11-16 16:13

      So a person that keeps on smacking his head into a brick wall has balls that clank?????

  • Tshiamo - 2011-11-16 14:26

    Next that joke of a "youth" magazine Loocha is going to go under as with Floyd Shivambu gone all the patronage advertisement are set to go. Companies won't see the need of currying favour with the empty tins!

  • Rob - 2011-11-16 14:31

    The rest of SA are also convinced that you will never ever know what you are doing Malema. Stay away and shut up.

  • Comrademayete - 2011-11-16 14:31

    Viva Comrade Juju ,viva.Aluta Continua...the struggle for emancipation won't be crushed whether Juju is there or not.Let us not be fooled to think all the ills facing S.A will be washed away by getting rid of Juju.I must say i was also impressed by Cmrde Lamola.

      Sammy - 2011-11-16 14:34

      Tsek nazi wanna be!

      Shaun - 2011-11-16 14:48

      wow im impressed, emancipation, nationalisation, expropriation, agent provocotuers, and you can pronounce and spell these words unaided? I`m so proud of you children. imbeciles.

      teboho.bereng - 2011-11-16 15:50

      Hahahahaha Sammy Hahahahahaha now that's funny I must say!!! Tsek Hahahahaha u killing me maan LOL!!!

      Charlotte - 2011-11-18 12:42

      ah another illiterate... STRUGGLE FOR WHAT!!! YOUR PARTY IS IN POWER? SO, YOUR STRUGGLING FOR FREEDOM FROM THEM???????? ah thats right, you will struggle until everything is given to you...

  • Michele - 2011-11-16 14:32

    Hierdie pampoen gaan nog president word, mark my words.Hemel behoed en bewaar ons.

      Sammy - 2011-11-16 14:35

      nee ek dink nie so nie... sy eie makkers gaan hom nog vermoor.. It's the african way!! :)

      Shaun - 2011-11-16 14:38

      Ja Michele dit is moontelik, maar dit is nie net blankes wat vir malema haat, so ek glo dit sal n bietjie tyd vat, maar wie weet

  • Aubrey - 2011-11-16 14:32

    its just a pity that people who dont have the courage to stand up for what is right stand on the sidelines and critisize others.. like it or not Malema s heart is in the right place and people dont want to acknowledge that.. his methods might be suspicious or questionable but atleast he is trying.. what are you doing to help give the poor some voice in this country full of economic injustice instead of being on Malema s back.. instead of hating him lets embrace and thank him for being brave and work with him to help him see other ways of approaching matters... he is fearless that makes him a courageous leader but he cant do it all alone so llets built him into the future leader he can become.. corruption allegations i believe that we must remember innocent untill proven guilty the very same way we did it for Mr Zuma we can do it for Mr Malema... I just hope he remains strong and millitant on his march for economic freedom because to some of us he is an inspiration

      frans.visserdsb - 2011-11-17 08:01

      Aubrey - the only way to achieve economic freedom in South Africa is by creating opportunities for people to work, by encouraging foreign investment. unfortunately taking money and land from whites and nationalising the mines will not achieve this. Did you know there are only 5.9 million taxpayers in SA? Did you know that the percentage of them earning in excess of R300 000 per year is only about 10% (600 000 people) So it is about 1% of the population - redistributing their wealth will not really help the poor... it will only make them poor too. The mines pay royalties for the minerals, and taxes on their profits. They barely make 5-10% profit after tax on capital employed... so how is that going to achieve economic freedom? Rather create work. educate our people - the main problem is that we waste money and our money is stolen by corrupt and inefficient politician and officials. Get this right and the country will prosper, and we will find work for everybody.

      Rohin - 2011-11-17 09:57

      He is a brave leader. And he claims to be to be for the people, and be one of them, but he isn't. The man can't be trusted. remember how he changes loyalties - he goes on about being born ANC and dying ANC - but he was against Thabo Mbeki, and pro Zuma, and not suddenly Zuma is this bad guy - so what's next. Now he's comparing himself to Nelson Mandela? He has every right to be rich, but he is a public figure, as the (ex) president of the ANCYL who supposedly earns less than 20k a month, then let him tell us how he has these millions if he's not involved in any shady deals. The fact is he's banking of the mob mentality of people to follow him blindly for that R50 they pay them as rent a crowd. His true strength and integrity will show over the next few weeks, if he fights a clean battle or if he runs crying about being a victim.

      Charlotte - 2011-11-18 12:45

      shut up malema

  • michael.jubiler - 2011-11-16 14:34

    Nice house for someone who's never had a formal job... I guess milking tenders pays off.

  • Pula - 2011-11-16 14:36

    @Kobus, brace yourself for making all you followers read your little IQ as to your comments concerning Malema. He is a fighter not a coward like you and many of coz. @Sean, shame on you morena...

      Charlotte - 2011-11-18 12:46

      fighter for what?

  • Paul - 2011-11-16 14:41

    Garden Boy???? LOL - how racist is he? He just complained about "people" calling their staff 'boys' on a SAFM radio interview this afternoon. Now he goes and uses it for himself about himself. The majority of people who can afford labour for their garden or home would refer to them as their 'gardener' I'm sure. This guy remains a buffoon due to his commitment to stupidity and one-side perception.

  • Elkita - 2011-11-16 14:44

    SA is a banana republic.Malema is the banana.

      Shaun - 2011-11-16 14:49

      I think you mean that malema is the chimp

      Philip - 2011-11-17 08:55

      nom nom nom

  • Bongani - 2011-11-16 14:45

    We will win the battle. Malema is an individual and ANC is an organization. We all want nationalisation and economic freedom. Malema we are with you and most white people wish you were not suspended so that you can give support to DA, but we want you to go so that we have move votes from them.

      Shaun - 2011-11-16 14:57

      who is "we" ?

      Ashleigh - 2011-11-16 15:12

      Quote: "most white people wish you were not suspended" Please can you disclose the stats on your research regarding this "claim".

      Purpl3Pixi3 - 2011-11-16 18:15

      @bongani - honestly are you really this stupid????

      Charlotte - 2011-11-18 12:48


  • Paul - 2011-11-16 14:46

    I just heard that the true-est and closest meaning of the word "UBUNTU' actually means that "one cannot allow another to have anything more than others have." If this is true then this ANC government has fooled us all completely and is living up to the words highest cultural meaning". It sure feels like it to me. Anyone else?

  • bothahe - 2011-11-16 14:47

    aaah... that explains why he doesn't have a grip on reality or the poverty problem. He never held down a job. He never had to work for what he has. Explains everything really...