ANCYL group may argue in mitigation

2012-02-04 20:29

Johannesburg – The ANC’s National Disciplinary Committtee of Appeals (NDCA) on Saturday gave the ANCYL leaders leave to argue in mitigation of their suspensions.

NDCA chairpersion Cyril Ramaphosa said: “The matter will be referred back to the national disciplinary committee (NDC)... the hearing must be conducted within 14 days."

He said referring the matter back to the disciplinary committee was in the interest of justice and was necessary in keeping with the spirit and objectives of the ANC's constitution.

The NDC last year found Malema guilty of provoking serious divisions in the league's parent body, the ANC, and bringing the organisation into disrepute.

ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu, who was suspended for three years, and deputy president Ronald Lamola, treasurer-general Pule Mabe, secretary-general Sindiso Magaqa and deputy secretary-general Kenetswe Mosenogi, were also appealing their suspensions.


  • Sinudeity - 2012-02-04 21:26

    Tata ma tenders.

      Thabo - 2012-02-04 21:37

      You have touched on the real issue now. The buddies will sideline him and he will be cut off and loose mountains of money. He can't go to court with this so he will slowly bleed to death.

  • lindz.kok - 2012-02-04 21:42

    whoo hoo, now we can shoot them ourselfs. what fun!

  • ReunionofIntelligentMinds - 2012-02-04 21:49

    Now he can no longer obtain tenders left and right he will soon find out who are his real friends. Is that house at Sandton still being build or is that project on hold? Pity the masses transported with busses to 'support him' will be without their free lunch boxes for a while because I foresee the ANCYL no longer sponsering. Malema learn a lesson in life - do not do unto others what you don't want to have done to you.

      Thabo - 2012-02-04 22:09

      The house cost R3.5 Million with a R1.2 ABSA bond. It was demolished, which means ABSA'a security has been compromised. I think the project will come to a halt.

  • Karien - 2012-02-04 21:56

    @Thabo - news24 should be paying you for the amount of your written work that is on this site LOL! Thanks for making a Sat eve interesting... I hope you have a larger forum than this one where you can express you REAL opinion, instead of just baiting dumb people into reacting (although it is very funny, I must admit). Your insight shines through your layer of 'pretend stupidity'.

      Thabo - 2012-02-04 22:03

      @Karien. Thanks for the insight. It is rarely that there is anybody on here that can hold a proper political conversation. As you have probably read some of the remarks on here, they think I'm in a shack eating chicken feet and getting a witch doctor to tell my ancestors to post on here for me. Tell me what you think will happen to My Beloved JuJu? Will have a political career or do you agree that the money will dry up soon?

      lana.vdwesthuizen - 2012-02-04 22:46

      I agree!

      Jim - 2012-02-04 23:33

      @Thabo, there may be something Ju Ju can help the English cricket team with, an opportunity if you like...I realise it's unrelated to his normal field of expertise! The English are struggling, right now, as we speak, to beat the Pakistan team in Dubai. This being despite having some of their team languishing in British jails having been convicted of match fixing, England have also outside help by way of south african players included in their team AND a Zim coach. The fact of the matter is that England still are unable beat Pakistan!! Does Ju Ju have a view...some advice perhaps??? Please help...

      Thabo - 2012-02-05 11:15

      @ Leonard. Stop worrying about my beloved JuJu. You for one know by now it is sarcasm. But I will stop this joke and be serious, just for you. You sound like my father. I drive him crazy.

  • MB6061 - 2012-02-04 23:41

    I trust when he has mitigated and no changes made to the "just 5 year " sentence that his cash dries up and the receiver and siu nail him to a single cell for a long time on corruption and tax issues.......

  • infijar.ken - 2012-02-05 00:13

    I fink regim swop is ligul, becuz the mericuns do it!

      lana.vdwesthuizen - 2012-02-05 10:08

      huh? Say that again - and this time in English/Afrikaans/Zulu please

  • albie.mwansa - 2012-02-05 13:50

    Its high time that these young men in the NYL realised that for every mess there is a reprimand. For the boys "you still have a long way, just change your ways of approaching socioeconomic issues".

  • Bernard - 2012-02-05 16:42

    There are no POSSINLE mitigating cicumstances to being a racist extreemist, that openly defys court order inciting the killing of whites, and threatening the stabilty in the region by threatening to overthrow the government in a neigbouring country... 30 years bacl you would have got the firing squad, so shut up, count yourself lucky, and go herd cows as you said you would, and as is comensurate with your intellect!

  • Bernard - 2012-02-05 16:53

    Before you kill the white man, remeber the generation that supressed you are all gone, the generation thet voted yes in the '92 referrundum are not the same people, deny it as you will, without that yes vote, you would still be resorting to terrorsit tactics to achieve your goal. You cannot look at the 350 000 Cubans in Angola, and say the SADF & more specificly the Afrikaaner would not have kicked their asses on South African soil, with their own homes under threat, Without the Cubans, you were getting an ass kicking... How do I know this? I am 47 and was there in the SAADF. Be grateful for your freedom, remember it was an effort by all good people of all colours, and get that chip off your shoulder, and get on with life!!1

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