ANCYL won't replace Malema - report

2012-04-29 22:18

Johannesburg - The ANC Youth League will not replace its expelled leader, Julius Malema, the Sunday Times reported.

Deputy president Ronald Lamola should assume the role of acting president, according to the league's constitution. But he told the paper the league had not yet accepted the expulsion.

"Nothing has changed," he was quoted as saying.

"Julius Malema is still the president of the Youth League. We will ask the ANC national executive to review his expulsion. If that fails, we will fight this battle at the ANC congress in Mangaung."

Malema had declined his nomination for vice president of the International Union of Socialist Youth due to fears this would detract from fighting his expulsion, the paper reported.

ANCYL spokesperson Magdalene Moonsamy said the Youth League had issued a statement following its last national executive committee (NEC) meeting.

The NEC meeting reaffirmed "that he [Malema] will remain the president of the ANCYL until 2014", according to the statement.

  • gouws2 - 2012-04-29 22:26

    D0ubIe tap

      gauchet1 - 2012-04-29 23:09

      The young lions are hungry gouws2, wonder if they can eat cake?

      Hermann - 2012-04-30 05:41

      Yes the tail is still trying to wag the dog.

  • stefaans.blaauw - 2012-04-29 22:27

    The ANC does not have control over the masses, and Malema knows that, he will mobilize the youth (Masses) against the ANC, a new revolution is looming. Zuma beware!!!

      Ally - 2012-04-30 17:42

      Asijiki forward young lions forward

      Amanda - 2012-05-03 11:08

      lets hope he realizes it and gets rid of them for good!

  • Adil Smit - 2012-04-29 22:31

    Democracy in action.

      Geronimo - 2012-04-29 23:14

      Nah if it were proper democracy then Julias would have taken the hint and realised the ANC and him don't see eye to eye, and set up his own political party in opposition. If Malema thinks he has sufficient support then what's holding him back?... why, the answer is very obvious... if you're on the outside of the ANC then you can kiss goodbye to the feeding trough of tenders and corruption.

  • mastersvoice - 2012-04-29 22:37

    It would seem Zuma will have to place the ANCYL under curatorship now, by disbanding the leadership and placing his cronies in their stead.

  • Johann - 2012-04-29 22:42

    Just another indication that this moron cannot accept the rule of law. Imagine him being the president of South Africa and losing an election on a scale where the impact will be so much wider and severe... This is a clear indication (never mind the 100 other negatives) that he is not fit to be a leader in a supposedly democratic society.

      Geronimo - 2012-04-30 08:39

      Mini Mugabe.

      Jan - 2012-05-02 15:28

      Fat Mugabe

  • Mike Purchase - 2012-04-29 22:45

    Ah no not this oke again we are all sick and tired of him now put something positive on an ant has just eaten a sick worm or something.

      barry.mcbride - 2012-04-29 23:47

      Yeah, like a damn mosquito that just keeps coming back for more juice!

      Ntokozo - 2012-05-03 17:38

      hypocrite, you surely are inquisitive as to what's happening in his life, so this is an update for you and your fellows!

  • Mike Purchase - 2012-04-29 22:48

    some fools see him as a leader johann just check the comments,no man how can they be so thick.

      Ditantane - 2012-04-29 23:26

      those \fools\ have a reason to do so, but fools like u will never understand.

      Sean - 2012-04-30 02:31

      @Ditantane , you are right , I can not understand your thick mentality !! Maybe you look up the word , primitive ! Evolution obviously left many behind !

  • Herman - 2012-04-29 22:50

    Morons, brainless morons.

      Alfred - 2012-04-30 00:33

      Well, they are brainless. And clueless. And hopeless, useless and mindless. May aswell be leaderless too.

      Morama - 2012-04-30 13:39

      @Herman,calling people by names would never change the support ANC has but increases it.If your political views are different to others,i dont believe you are stuoid but have got a right to express them in a wise and calm manner to show "Morons,brainless morons" or give them a guidance of how to see things in your "wise" manner?

      graydon.meneses - 2012-04-30 15:54

      herman and alfred both. Morama has a good point. Your comments do nothing to forward anything, and propagate only hatred. To be sure, the ancyl has been tarnished by the likes of shivambu and malema, but that doesn't make it a 'brainless, useless' organisation run by 'morons'. While i don't agree with the route malema has taken them, they have a right to their ideologies and to defend their positions. At the very least you should take a moment to consider walking a mile in the shoes of the poor black township youth who just saw you drive by in your new car, which you have as a result of privilege. At least you might if he had shoes.

      Ntokozo - 2012-05-03 17:42

      and you're smart guy? go out the and toi-toi against him and them... you think yada-yadaring here on the internet will help you?

  • netshiendeulu.tshivhidzo - 2012-04-29 22:52

    am tired of malema and i dont want u any more on anc plz leave us.

      Morama - 2012-04-30 13:45

      @ Thsividzo from Venda,talk for yourself because majority of ANCYL members still consider Malema as their Leader so you are biased because no one can come and say what you have posted if they really know of how bad ANC is running this country.I believe you are new here and just trying to put some irrelevant comments which are not neccessary?

      graydon.meneses - 2012-04-30 15:56

      Morama, he is talking for himself, and has as much right to dislike malema as you have a right to follow him.

  • Nicholas - 2012-04-29 22:58

    I doubt anyone will notice whether he is replaced or not.

  • Marius De Bruin - 2012-04-29 23:02


  • Marius De Bruin - 2012-04-29 23:04

    Correction. Idiots lead by an idiot!

      Morama - 2012-04-30 13:57

      Most of you guys are just spreding hatred which is the most difficult for your hard to think to convince the majority of the youth in SA to vote for the different party.I wonder of how can someone differantiate himself then from the idiots is referring to here?

  • thulanit3 - 2012-04-29 23:18

    Who cares, whether replaced on not,,,u waste ur time! Has he collected all his belongings from luthuli house,,,hurry juju, time is up for u!

      Morama - 2012-04-30 13:59

      @Thulani 3,You are one of those people that cares the most or otherwise you should'nt have commented here?Now the question am asking is who is fooling who here now?

      Aya - 2012-05-02 09:53

      Morama.. ur da man. who is fooling who? SA youth should open their eyes before its too late.

  • Ted - 2012-04-29 23:26

    I thought he was on the ANC payroll? He was fired the last time I checked.

  • Malizba Liz Mhlanga - 2012-04-29 23:26

    how are they going to function without a president?

      Ted - 2012-04-29 23:30

      They are clowns. The word 'Acting President' has a special meaning to them as clowns. Its a never ending show to them.

      barry.mcbride - 2012-04-29 23:50

      LOL, please define their functioning!

      Sean - 2012-04-30 02:32

      They never functioned !!

      graydon.meneses - 2012-04-30 16:08

      They will function through their acting president and will obviously also consult with Malema (at this stage). As for the rest who commented... Gigaba, Mandela, Mbalula, to name a few, are products of the ancyl. To say that they 'never functioned' is just ignorant, just as painting every yl member with the malema brush is ignorant. They are normal people, just like everyone else. Consider the fact that you lived in a country that was run by a racist government. Does that make you a racist? I am willing to bet you're going to say no.

  • Morena Rob - 2012-04-29 23:35

    For those who are tired of JM on news headlines stop complaining & just don't read nor comment,idiots.

      joel.k.tarus - 2012-04-30 00:06

      Thanks Rob tell them where to get off

      salani.hulela - 2012-04-30 00:22

      Exactly mphitshi

      Ntokozo - 2012-05-03 17:47

      they're actually dying from curiosity to find out what's happening to him...News24 is giving them what they want.

  • Mewik - 2012-04-29 23:56

    I don't get it, Anc supporters arguing over Malema

      Mewik - 2012-04-29 23:58

      I don't get it, Anc supporters arguing over Malema and Zuma is like the Oscar Academy arguing over which of the Baldwin Brothers is the better actor.

      Bob - 2012-04-30 08:04

      Bad sign talking to yourself Mewik.

  • twolanikef - 2012-04-30 00:18

    What the hell?

  • Mutsila - 2012-04-30 00:26

    Bloody agents prepare for Juju's comeback " Asijiki"

      Dee - 2012-04-30 00:31

      lol!! I like your sense of humour Chedza - and in the intermission, wonder if JuJu should be / is on the DA's payroll as a poster boy for discord in the ruling party?

  • Sello Jacky Majadibodu - 2012-04-30 00:43

    u 've got the reason to be angered by his return, he s a threat to your grandfather 's farm

      Ron - 2012-04-30 07:57

      Glad you realise, it's my Grandfather's farm and does not belong to anyone Else. MORON. Go find work and buy your own farm.

  • Sello Jacky Majadibodu - 2012-04-30 00:47

    Every time JuJU 's name is mentioned, the DA, FF+ and the AWB' 's supporters stomachs run

      Alfred - 2012-04-30 00:57

      Actually, every time Juju's name is mentioned a Yoof Leegah's IQ drops another 5 points and he chokes to death on his own spit. Shhhhh.

      joubert.joep - 2012-04-30 03:47

      If I was the DA I would pay his WHOLE salary just for him to make the ANC look disfunctional!

      catgirl1971 - 2012-04-30 07:17

      Every time Malema's name and/or ANC/ANCYL gets mentioned on the news I want to puke!

      Jacqui - 2012-04-30 12:20

      My stomach isn't running.

      Aya - 2012-05-02 10:10

      @ Alfred Shhhhaaamm. R u scared ????

  • Simphiwe - 2012-04-30 01:04

    Thats not gonna take the movement anywhere!

  • Fezeka - 2012-04-30 03:43

    no he must be replaces so that we can see how he/she will do the job.

      joubert.joep - 2012-04-30 04:22

      President Juju - he is THE man. Will get all of us a piece of ground in SA to mine on and give the farms to people that will use it properly! Who can replace him? Nobody has got the "qualities" he has!

      Dave - 2012-04-30 04:45

      Hey joep, you get a piece of ground to mine, there is not enough ground to mine for all of you and who will feed you until you grow rich from the gold you mine economic freedom means the hand outs stop , try and eat that

      joubert.joep - 2012-04-30 05:52

      Luckily it is only 80 KM's undeground Dave - I have R20 in savings and I am sure that will get me down there and get me the chemicals/equipment needed to find at least a diamond that I can sell to somebody before getting killed for having one! Gold is a different story it falls out of the sky you just have to be on the right plot of land - free of cost! You then give it to the president and he will give you two heards of cow and 4 wifes - c'mon man what a great life!

  • Konanani - 2012-04-30 04:54

    ANCYL stop wasting york time .I'm also supporting Malema bt we should respect the decision of the NDC nd talk the way forward

      john.matuludi.3 - 2012-05-01 01:15

      What time are they waisting ? You don't sound like a young lion

  • thivhuterrence.nengovhela - 2012-04-30 05:13

    Maswa maswa a youth league

  • mark.carter.94 - 2012-04-30 06:35

    All that mobilising the youth did so far, was get his suspension upgraded to an expulsion. So go ahead and mobilise. I am intrigued to see what is worse than an expulsion.

  • marumobongani - 2012-04-30 06:41

    I smell a rat

  • Peter Zylstra - 2012-04-30 06:43

    Disfunctional and incompetant very much describes the ANC.

      Travis - 2012-04-30 06:50

      ANC take incompatency to new levels

  • Faizie - 2012-04-30 06:52

    And the salary. If paid by the ANCYL is it then fraud

  • Steve Elske - 2012-04-30 07:07

    ANCYL looking for fight.

  • guyt1 - 2012-04-30 07:09

    IDIOTS !

  • Themba Ramoshaba - 2012-04-30 07:12

    viva juju , u put JZ on top nd u gona b the 1 that brings him down..... we behind u 110%

      Ryan Blom - 2012-04-30 07:52

      You're an idiot

      Zebedee - 2012-04-30 08:05

      your right Themba and your people are gonna be the ones putting juju on top and he's gonna be the one bring you and your blind people down

  • karen.inward - 2012-04-30 07:26

    Malema looks a bit long in the tooth for the youth league anyway. Isn't there an age limit?

  • treatwell - 2012-04-30 07:26

    Boo huu already

  • catgirl1971 - 2012-04-30 07:27

    Every time Malema's name and/or ANCYL gets mentioned on the news I want to puke! Enough already News24, are you being paid by this odious little toad to file daily reports on him?

  • Clayton Richard Delport - 2012-04-30 07:29

    Pretty soon you bloody idiots are going to live in an country that cannot sustain itself, Zimbabwe here we come! Bloody ignorant little "youths" always trashing white people, you fkers were not even around in apartheid! Stop breeding like rabbits when you cannot afford to feed yourselves.... Me personally I cannot wait until you take all land and mines I cannot wait until you chase the white people away, we will go back to where we came from and thrive, while you sit in circles and cry like little five year olds watching ur bosses eat cake!

      Colin - 2012-04-30 08:22

      A bit biased Clayton, wouldn't you say? Whilst history shows that there is a 100% record of total racist black dictatorship mentality resulting in the destruction of economic freedom for ALL regardless of colour and creed (well except the privileged few BOB's), too many positive things have happened in this country and there are too many genuinely good people of all cultures to allow this to happen. The sadness is of course, that every person with the slightest intellect who is not consumed by hatred, can see the foolishness of trying to obtain economic freedom by destructive means, whilst those naive unfortunates who are targeted by idiotic propaganda genuinely believe that some good could come out of turning the country on its head. We need to understand that throughout history, poverty has been the breeding ground for revolution and therefore we all, as concerned citizens in South Africa, need to do what we can to make the poor see that a strongly led economy is the only route to their growth. We can all help there, by creating such a strong sense of community that investors will see South Africa as the land of opportunity it really is, and so that jobs can be created to feed the masses. Then, the whimpering of people like Juju will be silenced or ignored forever!

  • Bob - 2012-04-30 08:02

    Well no surprise there, I mean the fatboy did nothing anyway except walk around like a prat with his stupid beret and preach racist crap.

  • Gee - 2012-04-30 08:07

    dont come here with your malema tendencies of undermining zuma's bastards!!!!!....bloody

  • Zakes - 2012-04-30 08:10

    Viva Juju, we are full supporting you, no matter what, never, never, never and never surrender we need our land to start developing ourself, we have skill so let it be the owner of this land to take the stand, we will fight till to the end...we are fare behind than Zimbabwe, scrap the apartheid system the so called 'willing buyer willing seller' how can you buy your land whose been taken to you by force? DOWN WITH TRIBALISM AND FRIENDS OF IMPERIALIST, FORWARD WITH THE LEADERSHIP CHANGE FORWARD...SINGADLA KUDALA PHELA

      Geronimo - 2012-04-30 08:47

      Mental midget.

      Nigel - 2012-04-30 09:47

      "far behind Zimbabwe"....ok so you know what coming your way if you get what you wish, $ 50 dollars a month wage (if you are lucky), economic collapse, a rich dictator.....I don't know how you can be so ignorant, with a good example of what will happen right next door. Stupidity seems to know no bounds.

  • hlongwanech - 2012-04-30 08:16

    politics has its own people so we as the community we understand politics with the level of our understanding.

  • hlongwanech - 2012-04-30 08:17

    politics has its own people so we as the community we understand politics with the level of our understanding.

  • edgar.m.nkadimeng - 2012-04-30 08:21

    We support juju what evr they say about him.if they want us to endup mangaung comference they must continue with wt they do.100 % stil youth prestnt

  • andy4real - 2012-04-30 08:28

    The Youth League makes me proud, For once they standing up to something they believe in, Which is more than I can say for many other spineless people. The struggle Continues

  • salani.hulela - 2012-04-30 08:53

    How do you get compensated for something you got unlawfully? just asking.

      Nigel - 2012-04-30 09:49

      our great great great grandfathers are dead, they can't be compensated...just saying

  • obuti.maja - 2012-04-30 09:22

    Young lions roar louder than ever

  • Luis - 2012-04-30 09:40

    So it is about the individual afterall!!\r\nNow can we please find another person to write n talk about. Malema is sssooo OLD NEWS!

  • maama - 2012-04-30 10:39

    "International Union of Socialist Youth" malema declined even if he never declined who was going to vote him there that's an international level they reasoning human beings no human being to fill up seats my sister.malema ur history just accept the defeat ur fellow youth are just after comfirmation that ur gone but there not ur buddies.

  • thozamile.tyana - 2012-04-30 10:43

    Mr Zuma remember the guy you chasing away is the same guy that put you in the Union Building now the same guy want to take you out and you will have to go out for yourself because sooner or later you will be thrown out like the former out.....

      Honest - 2012-04-30 12:40

      Very sad , politics of allegience and personality cult in the ANC , Very Very foreign indeed. True and level headed leaders in the movement decided to keep awfully quiet , there are great leaders there but they have retreated and burried their heads in the sand. The brave fools are fighting for positions in the absence of those great minds . Two blinds fighting over a tv set , won`t be able to watch irrespective of who wins it eventually .

  • Jento - 2012-04-30 11:11

    in as much as i agree with democracy,freedom of speech and and all other notions that deem each and every individual free to do and say whatever they want , these youth league boys are becaming to much , they are still affiliatees of the mother organisation which is the anc, why they cant take anc,s decisions, malima is expelled from the anc because of ill descipline now he must face the consequencies of that period, cant they see that they are causing divisions within the anc, are they really fighting for malema because he was fighting for the poor south africans or they are fighting because they were all benefiting in tenders together with juju at the expense of poor south africans, from hero to zero it not easy to accept

  • Deon - 2012-04-30 11:49

    They will listen when the money dries up.