ANC shocked by 'hooligan behaviour'

2011-08-30 14:28

Johannesburg - The ANC has blamed its youth league for the "hooligan behaviour" by supporters of league president Julius Malema in Johannesburg's CBD on Tuesday.

"It is our view that those who have taken the responsibility to mobilise the crowds to gather outside Luthuli House - the leadership of the ANC Youth League [ANCYL] - should also take full responsibility for the violence, criminality and ill-discipline that has accompanied these crowds," the ANC said.

At least one policeman and five journalists were injured when youths threw stones, set bins alight and burnt images of ANC leaders ahead of Malema's disciplinary hearing at Luthuli House, headquarters of the ruling party on the corner of Johannesburg's busy Sauer and Pritchard streets.

The league itself also issued a statement condemning the scenes, broadcast live on eNews before parts of their camera crew's equipment were believed to have been stolen.


"The African National Congress (ANC) strongly condemns as totally unacceptable, wanton acts of criminality and hooliganism we witnessed today outside our headquarters, Chief Albert Luthuli House, perpetrated by an unruly mob of people claiming to be ANC Youth League members," the party said in a statement.

"The question we ask ourselves is whether these people who have the audacity to burn the ANC flag, posters with the face of ANC president Jacob Zuma and other leaders of the movement, launch attacks on police officers, hawkers and journalists, qualify to regard themselves as members of the African National Congress or any of its leagues."

The movement was "totally shocked" by "unacceptable, criminal acts of violence" which included throwing rocks at motorists and members of the public.

The behaviour went against the values and discipline of the ANC.

Earlier, the league condemned the burning of a T-shirt bearing a picture of President Jacob Zuma and called for discipline.


"We... call on those who are here to support the leadership to exercise maximum discipline and do so in a peaceful manner, regard and respect to the ANC process."

The league said it would never be associated with "unruly, disruptive elements and agents provocateurs".

Contacted for comment on being blamed by the ANC for the incidents, spokesperson Floyd Shivambu, who has his own disciplinary on Wednesday, said the league had no further comment outside of that statement.

He would also not elaborate on the disciplinary itself.

Malema, Shivambu, league deputy president Ronald Lamola, secretary general Sindiso Magaqa, his deputy Kenetswe Mosenogi and treasurer general Pule Mabe face disciplinary charges which included bringing the ANC into disrepute and sowing division in ANC ranks.

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  • Fluke - 2011-08-30 14:33

    The same party who proclaimed "liberation before education" and refused to renounce the armed struggle, is shocked by the behaviour of its own youth league? The wheel turns.

      Together - 2011-08-30 14:36

      I know - crazy, right? How did they think that anyone COULD be liberated without education? And how did they think it would all turn out down the road? This is precisely why we can't have any party or leadership that doesn't know how to look ahead at health, food security, job creation, safety and delivery. Apparently neither the old or the young members of the new ANC know how to do this.

      daaivark - 2011-08-30 14:37

      The situation was somewhat different, Fluke. You may not remember, but the situation you refer to was during the last days of a repressive regime that had denied millions the most basic of rights for decades. Peaceful options had been not only disallowed, but violently stamped out. With respect, the armed struggle was the only option. All other avenues had been exhausted. There is simply no comparison.

      Prof - 2011-08-30 14:39

      @RonJeremy-- The same stupids are the ones who kicked out T- Mbeki for Zuma. Were they stupids then???

      Gazza69 - 2011-08-30 14:41

      I cannot believe the ANC is "shocked" by the criminality of its followers. These are common scenes by the majority and are a daily occurence! What denial are these clowns are in??? Release the hounds.....

      Rudie - 2011-08-30 14:41

      I think the wheels just came off!!

      Francois - 2011-08-30 14:42

      Daaivark, it actually makes their action all the worse, does it not? The bigger problem is that when Cosatu does it, it is all okay and nobody takes action. One thought that it was because action was not possible, now we know it is. It is a case of applying discipline unequally and using state resources for the party's gain when it suits them. Come on Zuma, show you have a pair and prosecute the unruly bunch as well as those who destroyed Cape Town on a recent march and by that I don't mean to impregnate Malema's sister.

      Bloodbane_2 - 2011-08-30 14:42

      @daaivark - there is always a way, and the best way if through education. ANC was wrong and are suffereing now because they choose violence over education.

      frans.visserdsb - 2011-08-30 14:44

      They that sow the wind shall reap the whirlwind

      DW - 2011-08-30 14:48

      daaivark, I usually agree with most of what you say. However what you fail to see is that this behaviour has been taught to these youngsters by the ANC themselves. Whatever the reason was for their behaviour in the past, it is now part of their psyche - if you riot, strike, protest violently, smash and burn, you will eventually get what you are fighting for. That is what they have been taught. NOW the ANC is unappy about it?

      Politicallycorrect - 2011-08-30 14:50

      @@daaivark - and now they are still opressed aren't they? How much has there government done for them? Very little I would say! All their government has done is rape the land spend the tax money on themselves instead of helping their own voters as they said they would. Peaceful options were always on the table, if they really cared about peace!

      boerekanon - 2011-08-30 14:54

      They allowed the ANCYL to run rampant and Malema to say and do what he wants. Now it has backfired and they are surprised.

      unrealchris - 2011-08-30 14:55

      @ RonJeremy, youtube video truth be told!!!

      Politicallycorrect - 2011-08-30 14:55

      The ANC is shocked? Get real!! The ANC created this baby and now they can't even properly put the diaper on it!

      Wizard101 - 2011-08-30 14:56

      No wonder the USA is laughing their buds off.They see what banana republic this is,and the anc wants to rub shoulders with the first world countries.

      Netherlander - 2011-08-30 14:59

      Why is the ANC SHOCKED by their FOLLOWERS BEHAVIOUR??? To me, they have ALWAYS BEHAVED LIKE THIS!

      Otello - 2011-08-30 15:03

      Die ANC het daarvoor gesoek. Die vetkatte leef in weelde terwyl die meerderheid vergaan van ellende. Kyk in die spieel Meneer Zuma - jy is koning van die kaalbasse. Die mense is lankal verby keelvol vir lee beloftes. Hul gaan hul pond vleis wat hul verkiesing in en uit belowe word, opeis.

      AirAction - 2011-08-30 15:06

      We have breed this unruly youth by giving in to human rights.

      reader1 - 2011-08-30 15:06

      @RonJeremy - that preacher is crazy. He also called Oprah the Devil. He is fanatical to say the least. I won't use him as a credible source for any opinion.

      MaanDonkie - 2011-08-30 15:06

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahBliksem dis snaaks! Zuma nou moet jy wys wat in jou jy n president of maar net n gigolo bokwagter!!

      Dal68 - 2011-08-30 15:07

      They made them, they should have disciplined them earlier.....

      Hochang - 2011-08-30 15:08

      Shocked my Japanese foot. When Malema & Co, were burning Mbeki's T-shirts Zuma was smilling and now he's "shocked." COSATU must not even say anything because everytime they(COSATU) is on strike they behave exactly the same.

      Kuhle - 2011-08-30 15:10

      @Fluke, don't be daft! There was a time and place and NEED for that at the time. Stop making dumb*ss comments, makes you sound as stupid as these f*ckers.

      Shrike - 2011-08-30 15:31

      The ANC is not fit to govern this country....time to hand over power and let someone else have a go while you rebuild your credibility as an opposition party.....this is what would happen in any other civilized democratic country..... Stop voting along racial lines and give this country another chance......the alternative should be clear to everyone with even half a brain.....the road we are on leads to chaos, poverty and civil unrest!

      Kgotong - 2011-08-30 15:32

      The reason for the liberation before education was that at the time there was no education to speak off and that is why Walter Sisulu and Mandela used to teach law in secret cause the educated were arrested,Liberation had to come before education and If it was left to some people on this forum to give us liberation we would not have been free.This has nothing to do with education look at london and greece then speak.

      dougbal01 - 2011-08-30 15:49

      i totally do not agree with you guys, most of these people were born after 1994 so they are just criminals and uneducated as they are afraid of books. Malema has been a champion on that believing that being rowdy is the best way to be noticed. Left, Right, Middles what have you, most politician in the world are just elected for they are loud a stupid. Regardless. Right wing, Left wing alike... The same behavior amongst the whites them which was headed by people like TB acted the same. People with less education and understand the world will always act like this. No reasoning power.

      DW - 2011-08-30 15:51

      Khule, the violence at the time did not make a difference. You all THOUGHT that it did. All it did was make the whites dig in their heels and take longer to vote out the NP. We did not want to hand over the country to a bunch of rioting hooligans - turns out maybe we were right. The changes came about due to the majority of whites voting against a system which was wrong. We were definitely not influenced positively by the hooliganism. The pressure which worked was the arms and oil embargoes, the pressure from overseas governments, the sanctions against our country. MK was always considered more a thorn in the flesh than a real threat, despite the few successful bombings. They were never as powerful as they like to believe against, what was then, one of the best trained armies in the world. So please dont believe that the riots and violence is the only language the previous government understood. There were a lot more powerful forces which resulted in the change.

      Peg-Leg-Sven - 2011-08-30 15:54

      @Kgotong, the hooligans that rioted in London, were in the main, un-educated youth that had not attended school, which is free by the way, or those that had given up education before the age of 16 as they did not want to study. In amongst the looters were those that took advantage of the situation even though they were rich and came from so called "Good families". The problem is that unless education is enforced with strict discipline, and not with all this "Human Rights" Bull-Sh1t, the uneducated will behave in the manner seen by youth all around the worl. Knowledge is not only power, but wealth as well, it is only in Africa that you can have a President with a Std.3 education or a person who failed woodwork and other subjects at school being held up as a role model to the youth.

  • Nasdaq7 - 2011-08-30 14:34

    This is Malema's leadership style. Confrontation.

      RonJeremy - 2011-08-30 14:37

      It's outdated politics to confront in this way. Shows you how backward the ANCYL actually are. Still in their caves.

      DW - 2011-08-30 14:45

      Not that outdated, RonJeremy. This is how the ANC came to power, after all. They made the country ungovernable. And then they thought their followers would suddenly all turn into meek little sheep at their beck and call

      Shrike - 2011-08-30 15:34

      The ANC and ANCYL have brought this country into disrepute..... Call for new elections to vote these clowns out of power.... Recall the Government if it is unfit for the job!

  • Exilestar - 2011-08-30 14:34

    They must have thought they supporting him , but hell no they are killing him, my take is he is gone, you do not mobilise the crowd to burn the t shirt of the President and get away with it. ANC must be insane not to fire this greatest Meniac of all times

      Yonelanako - 2011-08-30 14:54

      lol let m take u bak 2Polokwane thy burnd t-shirts of Mbeki n gt away wth it n Zuma was all smiling h is reaping wat h saw.

      Grant - 2011-08-30 14:57

      @Lacoste...what disciplinary enquiry, these are actions that are illegal in terms of the laws of the country. They should be being arrested and chucked in jail to await a 'disciplinary enquiry' in front of a magistrate and jailed as a punishment. Take a leaf out of the UK's book in response to the riots there.

      Benny66 - 2011-08-30 15:38

      @Lacoste. Of course malema and his leadership must be held responsible for the ill disciplined and unlawfull actions of their followers! He is their elected president! Who went around the country on Sunday to drum up support? Why was this necessary? Who arranged for bussing in supporters? Why was this necessary if not to attempt to intimidate the disciplinary process and the ANC! malema should have known that his followers would behave in this way. Have the ever not! The disciplinary committee should take into account the behavior of his followers when considering his discipline (or lack thereof). The cops should track down those who break the law (via photos and films taken at the scene) and charge them! The ANC should do the same and WITHDRAW their membership! It is because these mobster NEVER get punished that they resort to such behavior again and again. NO permission was sought by the ancyl to hold a march/demonstartion, so that in itself is a punishable offence - the police are entitled to take action, but won't! And THAT my friends is the crux of the matter - break the law - don't get punished - then, break the law again and again and again!.. until some innocent bystander gets hurt or killed!!

      David - 2011-08-30 15:52

      need to discredit him completely and hopefully find away to imprison him on fraud etc or they will simply have a loud mouth protagonist running riot and who knows, perhaps join COPE ;-)

  • settlers - 2011-08-30 14:37

    Why are you shocked, this is exactly how you behave.

      Sue - 2011-08-30 14:48

      Settlers - not all black people behave like these have. stop generalising.

      Currie_Mafia - 2011-08-30 14:57

      Why so shocked ?!! When Cosatu & affiliates strike same thing....In the tripartite alliance, the SACP seems to be the most sensible group...Methinks must be something about education...

      CalamitySA - 2011-08-30 15:07

      Sue - Then tell them it is wrong - they do not know it.

      john - 2011-08-30 15:25

      I'm wondering too how the ANC can claim to be shocked. When I heard that the ANCYL was mobilising and bussing in hordes to "support Malema", I knew for 100% certain that it would turn violent, bricks/stones would be thrown, windows broken, things set alight, etc. It happens EVERY SINGLE TIME these guys "mobilise". How can anybody be even mildly surprised, let alone shocked, by it?? Do the ANC representative now spend so much time out of the country attending conferences and AU meetings that they no longer know how our society works? Of course, it's all just political rhetoric. They're not shocked or surprised by it at all. If they weren't expecting violence, then why the heavy police presence? Why did they have water cannons and rubber bullets and whatnot already in place? They KNEW it was going to turn violent and they knew HOW it was going to turn violent. So they had the countermeasures in place yesterday already. They're not "shocked" at all. It turned out EXACTLY how the ANC, the ANCYL and everybody else KNEW it would.

  • Daemos1 - 2011-08-30 14:38

    "you plant a demon seed, you raise a flower of fire, see them burning crosses, see the flames leap higher and higher" -Bono

  • Thelma - 2011-08-30 14:39

    And why are you shocked? You have taught them to behave like this, and now that they are showing their true colours you want to denounce their behaviour. It is a bit to late for that my friend.

  • Jamie G - 2011-08-30 14:39

    if you cant manage your own youth league. how do you manage our country ? Our Leaders run for cover, when their own pitbull goes wild. hands of power will shift but the ANCYL will be our countries demise.

      Jamie G - 2011-08-30 14:59

      if one of these violent protesters die ! do we get another youth day holiday ?

  • Colin - 2011-08-30 14:39

    Shocked??? You are kidding I trust!

  • GeolGuy4 - 2011-08-30 14:40

    So the ANC will blame the ANCYL for the damage done by their supporters. Thats Great..... Now we just need to get them to blame the Unions for the damage done by strikers!!

  • Uncle - 2011-08-30 14:40

    I just wander when Apartheid will be blamed for this

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-30 15:11


  • Terminusest - 2011-08-30 14:40

    How can you possibly be surprised? This type of barbaric behavior is one of the cornerstones of a good revolutionary education. You should be proud of them!

  • Markal - 2011-08-30 14:40

    Really?? 'Shocked'? They are shocked by ancyl's behaviour? Really??

  • bob - 2011-08-30 14:41

    shocked? really? a surprise?

  • JRS - 2011-08-30 14:41

    Why are ANC supporters so barbaric???

  • Fruit - 2011-08-30 14:41

    What? You are surprised? Instead of wringing them by the ears and placing them behind a desk in a school it’s YOU that created the breeding ground for these f**ksticks with your socialist policies and promises. F u.

      bob - 2011-08-30 15:06

      nice, well said! ANC are retarded!

  • bob - 2011-08-30 14:42

    you ANC guys are retarded, but you will sue someone for spilling a drink, this is getting violent and you are shocked? WTF?

      nic - 2011-08-30 15:19

      Everyone and anyone with an IQ high enough to let them remember to breathe could have told them this was going to get violent and out of control. How they are shocked is beyond me.

  • DW - 2011-08-30 14:43

    "The African National Congress (ANC) strongly condemns as totally unacceptable, wanton acts of criminality and hooliganism" Please tell me why this is unacceptable when it is against the ANC? When the ANC acted in EXACTLY the same way against the apartheid regime, it was acceptable? YOU taught them how to behave this way, and now you complain when they turn it on you? They act like this for every strike, every time they are unhappy with university fees, every protest against non-delivery of service. NOW you are "totally shocked"? This type of behaviour is unknown amongst civilised human beings. It is the uncivilised, uncouth hooligans who behave this way - and the ANC taught them how.

      DW - 2011-08-30 15:20

      Lacoste, I think you misunderstand. They have been TAUGHT that this is what gets results. You are talking about uneducated youngsters (some still at school). To them, this is just one big party where they can be the same type of hooligans as those we condemned in England a few weeks ago. Most were too young to be around when the rioting took place in apartheid. But they LEARNED it from the ANC. You dont see white SA kids rioting like this, even when they are unhappy with the status quo. Why? Because their parents have told them that this is unacceptable behaviour. Who do you think taught the youngsters that this is they way to go? Their parents who learnt it from the ANC leaders who are now condemning it. The very leaders who are now in government were the ones at the forefront of the riots and strikes 20 years ago. Not so comfortable when the shoe is on the other foot. Rioting and violence should NEVER be condoned. If you think it was the violence which caused the change from apartheid, you are sadly mistaken. It was the pressure from foreign countries. It was the arms and oil embargoes. It was the pressure from the whites who could vote who recognised that the system was wrong. You give far too much credit to a bunch of hooligans back in the day for the change in this country. The army could quite easily control it back then (and they did, too).

      John Burnstein - 2011-08-30 15:28

      Ofcourse Sparxi, the ANC is responsible for every war in the world!

  • Sharkie - 2011-08-30 14:43

    Wish white people would get this angry and stand together in lieu of: Farm murders, family attacks, rapes, murders Having to continually pay and pay and pay an pay for governments stuff ups (ACSA, Eskom, Oil pipeline etc etc) Being told if we don't like unlawful, unruly, behaviour, being murdered, how the country is being run etc to leave

      50something - 2011-08-30 14:52

      We are too civilised

  • RainbowZombi - 2011-08-30 14:43

    How can you the ANC be shocked? Afriform, the DA the British reporter, the South African public has been telling you that there is a disaster brewing but because it is whites telling you you believe we are racists. Now you turn around and say "So help me God we did not know" Zimbabwe now South Africawell done. Thanks to the rest of the world for enforcing democracy, you will be supporting South Africa as well.

  • Boxxer - 2011-08-30 14:43

    and so the world laughs.

      John Burnstein - 2011-08-30 15:24

      Trust me Boxxer the world is not looking at SA! Do you really think they care?

  • JGO - 2011-08-30 14:44

    Third version of the same story today. Writers block's a b1tch.

  • Big6CPT - 2011-08-30 14:44

    The ANC created this monster.Deal with it.

  • ziyaadj1 - 2011-08-30 14:44

    Just shows that who they support is what is supported and that is ill discipline youth of the ANCYL. Pres Zuma (Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer)

  • Marksman - 2011-08-30 14:44

    Don't these hooligans posing as ANCYL members have work to do or some place else to be? Who in his right mind would make time and effort for nonsense like this?

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  • beicime - 2011-08-30 14:45

    Shocked!!! Why Schocked? Don't you know your own?

  • stamp-kar - 2011-08-30 14:45

    In a way I like this whole drama happenig. It is going to cost the ANCYL! Now the president can see what the hell is really going on with his youth members.. Slowly but surely the ANC will start to crack and lose power!! Good news for all civilized people of SA

  • StevieWonder - 2011-08-30 14:45

    Shocked? ANC, you raised the brats, now deal with them. If I behaved like that my daddy would give me a bloody good hiding!!

  • Ivan Nel - 2011-08-30 14:46

    Classic case of the Owner being bitten, by the monster dog he created. I say, give them more rope.

  • Trextoo - 2011-08-30 14:46

    The ANC bred and nurtured the ANCYL... and now it is "shocked" by what it brought about? That says little for ANC parenthood.

  • Dal68 - 2011-08-30 14:46

    Burn down the house!!!

  • Goose - 2011-08-30 14:47

    How can the ANC be shocked?????? This is precicesly how most ANC supporters act NORMALLY! This is not unusual. Take any service delivery protest, wage "negotiation" or a multitude of other situations and the ANC masses ALL act like this. Young, old, the lot. Africa personified! And to think this bunch of scum are running the most prosoperous country in Africa(into the ground...befor e the few remaining whites leave)

  • GILLBERT - 2011-08-30 14:47

    doesnt these guys have a job..... oh sorry malema prommised them gold and farms... good luck

  • Nintendo - 2011-08-30 14:47

    lets look at the bigger picture, the world over the youths are calling for regime change! why is that? is it not perhaps that they are all fed-up with the notion of got to school, get an education and get a job? only to find there are no jobs world over! lets face it at the heart of this (Malema case) he is calling for a regime change that will foster/further his and his followers ambitions of nationalisation and "economic freedom"

  • Sarcastic - 2011-08-30 14:48

    It is at this point that the ANC should begin to wonder if they really wield power. The empty promises, fat cat salaries, poor service delivery, fancy cars, corruption - yep the people are revolting. Worse still - ANC supporters. Tick - tock. The unemployed electorate- ANC members are at last voicing their dicontent. Mantashe saying that the ANC is not intimidated is a blinkered approach. The ANC should be scared - very scared.

  • wisegirl - 2011-08-30 14:48

    Nothing can shock the ANC, those dull, sullen, idiotic, racist instigators

  • almosthuman - 2011-08-30 14:48

    hell...i would be shocked if it was peacefull !! they expected this behaviour,this is the way these demonstrations have always could they POSSIBLY be shocked ! jeez,it becomes more and more hideously amusing every day.

  • unrealchris - 2011-08-30 14:48

    I'm sorry, the ANC makes out that this type of behaviour never happens?!?! If happens every time with each and every toi-toi / march. This time its just them thats on the receiving end, why so different now? And PS, you cant expect anything better of a group lead by boy idiot!

  • nicholas - 2011-08-30 14:49

    Seems johannesburg has a new zoo, Luthuli house!

  • Verbatim - 2011-08-30 14:50

    lol...nice, at the end of the day, these "people" will kill themselves off and fight like hungry dogs for the scraps thats left after the fatcats had their dinner and left....

  • Roan - 2011-08-30 14:50

    ANC shocked, what did they expect.?. Will they also be shocked when there's nothing left of this country?

  • Frederick - 2011-08-30 14:50

    Welcome to the real world, this is the real feeling of a lot of poor and uneducated people out there. People who were brainwashed with slogans such as "liberation before education" while the leaders were studying abroad feeling nothing for the massess, now these leaders are shocked! Disgruntled people who were promised free houses, free water, free education, free electricity! Wonder how many people could have been educated and provided employment with all the inflated tenders that is awarded for fatcats.Apartheid will get the blame again, I often ask myself how was it possible for people like Mr. Mandela to study and become a lawyer in apartheid SA. The opportunities were there if you were willing to take it. So who is to blame, The ANC and only the ANC!

  • Munya - 2011-08-30 14:51

    Introduce discipline from grassroots i.e schools.Re introduce the death penalty, Zuma and allies must stop promising pipo what they can't deliver. Pass hash sentences on racism cases. All the above coupled with the introduction of My Gentleman Mothlante and Mbalula to the highiest offices,are some of the urgent ingrediences required for a better ANC.Forget Zuma, Mantashe, Vavi,and that other short guy.Malema is just but a baby who is not worth mentioning for now.

  • endtimes - 2011-08-30 14:51

    sorry, but I cant keep myself away from thinking that this is a carefully (if possible!) orchestrated plan by both ANCYL and ANC to cause an uprising of sorts to allow for the ANC to reveal their true colors without voluntarily doing so and therefore a policy shift. Lets be frank, the ANC want votes and surely they are not so anti the policies of ANCYL, which are, nationalisation, land expropriation etc. Its not like the ANC have not plundered the country to an extent already. The records show this.

  • Garry - 2011-08-30 14:52

    All the photographs seen on News 24 clearly depicts the face of Africa, it has been burning for decades in the hands of black africans, but it seems they never heed a lesson, burn and break is the name of the game. Black africans are their own worst enemy driven by the rantings of Malema. The out of work and poor with no food on the table will listen to anything that sounds remotely encouraging , for a better future, unfortunately they are fools led by an evn bigger fool.

  • Tamz.S - 2011-08-30 14:53

    How did the ANC NOT see this coming??????

  • RainbowZombi - 2011-08-30 14:53

    Now we as well know why COPE broke away they saw this happening.

  • Jamie G - 2011-08-30 14:53

    if the police open fire with live ammunition and kill one of the ANCYL protesters, will we get another youth day holiday ?

  • Charles Kane - 2011-08-30 14:53

    Why are they shocked when everyone in SA knew this would happen?

  • Munya - 2011-08-30 14:55

    The Gvt is to blame coz they did not prioriitise education.Its more like Zuma and the Secretary general are gettuing to test their own medicine.Zuma taught Malema to be a hooligan, it worked in his favour then. Now its back firing. How sweet?