Crowds gather outside Luthuli House

2011-08-31 13:36

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League supporters were gathering in Johannesburg on Wednesday where their top leaders are facing disciplinary charges brought against them by the ruling party.

Supporters, including some children, were singing and dancing and carrying posters saying, "Hands off our youth league president", referring to Julius Malema who has been charged alongside five other youth league leaders.

Other placards read: "Juju fever", and: "Juju never said let's bomb Botswana like imperialists from Libya or Iraq".

Besides one who was holding a wooden machine gun and pointing it at the police, no one else could be seen carrying sticks or throwing objects as supporters did on Tuesday.

Barbed wire

Police had set up barbed wire in the street next to Beyers Naude Square.

Journalists, who came under attack on Tuesday, stayed behind the barbed wire alongside police officers in riot gear.

There was no sign of the violence on Tuesday, when broken bricks were hurled at journalists and police officers and pictures of President Jacob Zuma and ANC flags were set alight.

Malema had told his supporters on Tuesday afternoon to refrain from attacking the media and police.

On Wednesday, several supporters were wearing T-shirts portraying the face of ousted president Thabo Mbeki, who was removed from office a few months after Zuma became leader of the ANC.

Rocks in the streets had been moved to the sides of the roads around the ANC headquarters at Luthuli House but Beyers Naude Square was still strewn with litter and empty beer bottles.

Most businesses were open after closing their doors on Tuesday when Malema supporters became violent. At least seven journalists were hit by rocks, according to various reports on Wednesday.

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  • Vullis - 2011-08-31 13:39

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      saabnut - 2011-08-31 13:45

      I agree- use REAL bullets today!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 13:57

      Police are too busy with the investigation to be bothered to stop these b*st*rds... it's the perfect opportunity man!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 13:57

      Click-click, bang-bang, run-run!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 13:58

      May I also suggest the journos who venture into the riot hot-spot carry weapons for their own protection

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 14:04

      @Matt - they should rather just stay away, they are clearly a target since the ANC (or rather Gwede Mantashe) made it clear that the fight is against the Media. Yesterday, showed that they are no longer gonna allow the media to do what they want....that poor guy, got a gush on his dop!

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-31 14:16

      If I was a journo, I'd take a kfc bucket with me, man cannot live on protest and burnt t-shirts alone

      trevor06 - 2011-08-31 14:23

      At the scene of an accident a man was crying: O God! I have lost my hand, oh! Malema: Control yourself. Don’t cry. See that man. He has lost his head. Is he crying?

  • Ek_Ruik_Rot - 2011-08-31 13:40

    ROUND two! Children should be at school or busy doing their homework! This is a shame!

      victorp - 2011-08-31 13:53

      ANC cannon fodder

      Prayoneday - 2011-08-31 13:54

      @SolomonMagalefa - Peacefull Demonstration? How can you link those words to them if its a barberic rock throwing contest

      Madam001 - 2011-08-31 14:08

      @ Solomon - it's a shame because these very children should be in a school classroom learning how NOT to turn out like the "leaders" they are supposedly supporting.

      Felix - 2011-08-31 14:12

      Hi Sol, eating those words yet?

      THE.SRG - 2011-08-31 14:16

      @SolomonMagalefa....give it time...the days not over yet

      Ivan - 2011-08-31 14:16

      SolomonMagalefa and sganja are obviously children themselves or are high on something. Rights are too overrated in South Africa. These children are waisting precious time running after hooligans who either did not pass matric or left school earlier; who have no ambition but to give our country a bad name. Some are going to be betrayed by the cameras and cause their parents misery. This is blatant thuggery in my book and I don'y care who says what.

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-31 14:17

      @Solomon, let's pray they heeded the words of their leader, violence will have no influence on the outcome of these proceedings, so it would be truly senseless in this case

      Gina - 2011-08-31 14:18

      SolomonMagalefa, dont be ignorant to the fact that children should be in school. That is the problem with the majority of you people, diciplin does not appear in you vocabulary, no wander these children have no rspect for their elders, robbing their parents and rapeing their grandmothers. This is not a happening to be laughed at, and it is also not a learning curve for the youth of this country, Mr Malema should have been brought to book long time ago, but no as soon as he said something bad about a neigbouring black country, he was summond to court, but he could carry on spewing all his rascism at the white nation as much as he wanted to and the President did nothing about it. Well I hope they tear JHB down then let the ANC see what they are dealing with, the real bottom end of the party. What would happen if the police shot one of these children by accident, we would have another Hector Petersen episode all over again? Its about time you start to use the brains that was given to you, not anyone elses.

      Munk - 2011-08-31 14:27

      Another smart move by Malema. Cause chaos one day, and then appear to ask for calm and peace. 'Lo and behold the next day's protest is "peacefull", proving once again that he controls the crowd and is essential. Well played sir - now if only you could shift that devious mind of yours to actually doing something worthwhile for the country, we would all be a lot happier.

      Tolerant - 2011-08-31 14:27

      It is a disgrace how some school kids and youths behave. There should be a law against children missing school.

      Looking@SA - 2011-08-31 14:28

      If Mantashe's analogy is correct; "we prevented the storming of the Bastille," then SA has bigger problems than kids not being in school. There is real revolution around the corner and this really was just round two.

      willieman - 2011-08-31 14:41

      @ SolomonMagalefa so you do not see any sense from "Ek_Ruik_Rot",then you need to take you children to this stupid gatherings so that they should miss school.CAN'T YOU SEE WE ARE BREEDING A NATION OF DULL PEOPLE WHO WILL BELIEVE IN GOVERMENT GRANTS.START to think do not depend on hearsay boet!!

      SolomonMagalefa - 2011-08-31 14:42

      @Gina - so you are saying that schoolkids have no rights under the constitution? I would think that their awareness and participation in the process is all part of their education. Provided it is not every single day and they don't commit the kind of ill-discipline that some protestors did yesterday, I see nothing wrong with it. Anyhow, what would I know - just another uninformed comment by a delusional old man who is devoid of life experience or a brain :P

      Gravo - 2011-08-31 14:48

      @(idiot)sganja....try spelling before commenting. It works, unlike your brain.

      SolomonMagalefa - 2011-08-31 14:59

      @Gravo - why not rather comment on his on what sganja says? After all it's only a single typo (we all make them) and his point is quite clear.

      Gravo - 2011-08-31 15:06

      @solomonmagalefa. You are so right. His point that he's an idiot is crystal clear. Try proof reading your comments before submitting, or was that the typo you were talking bout? Here's a typo for you.....yuo tow aer btho brianlsse. Hope it makes sense.

      JayaRe - 2011-08-31 15:08

      Now we understand why they get a F for woodwork!!!!

      Sparxi - 2011-08-31 15:48

      @Gina: Who the F! is "you people" and since when do the actions of some characterise the whole?

  • sganja - 2011-08-31 13:43

    Good. Whats wrong with News 24 these days?

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 13:50

      It's a virus

      sganja - 2011-08-31 13:57

      Prayoneday No Hey Vullis I see but is costing us you agree?

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 13:57

      i agree

      comgensa - 2011-08-31 14:35

      Its the Juju virus

  • changeisGood - 2011-08-31 13:45

    Beer botles, why are the COPS not arresting these scums for public drinking?

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 13:55

      Because they're not driving cars ... speed trapping is all these little piggies can do...

      John - 2011-08-31 14:14

      Cos they are scared

      Louis Cipher - 2011-08-31 14:14

      I was stopped for drinking as a passenger in a car on my way to Nelspruit from Joburg. Police said it was public drinking. Go figure...

  • Nawe - 2011-08-31 13:46

    Zuma is no longer our favourite. We are tired of this sex pest from Nkandla!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 13:54

      For once I can agree with you

      OuWitBooi - 2011-08-31 13:55

      Zuma has not changed. You shouldn't have listened to Juju when he told you to "Kill for Zuma". In fact you shouldn't listen to Juju'a advice on anything. He is an uneducated idiot. Not a leaders #r$e. The SA courts told us the truth about Zuma way back then. He should never have become president, but you and Juju put him there. Don't make the same mistake by listening to this fatboy again. You need to find a new leader because the ANC top brass are about to kick him out and feed him to the wolves (i.e. to the Hawks, Madonsela, SARS, Master of the High Court etc etc).

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 13:58

      He disrespects woman and those that he perceives as lower class to him and his family. He is scum! I'd rather have Mbeki back anyday or even Madiba, hell while im at it - give me Helen Zille!!

      donns - 2011-08-31 14:06

      You people voted him in

      Robby - 2011-08-31 14:08

      One moment everybody wants him for president next moment nobody wants him. Hippocrates!!!

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 14:09

      @donns - you people?

      DW - 2011-08-31 14:18

      Robby, what does the father of medicine have to do with anything? I think you meant hypocrites?

      JustinD - 2011-08-31 14:28

      Talking about your mother again?

      LiciousDee - 2011-08-31 14:29

      @donns - i really hate it when you put us all in the same bag, we wouldn't be complaining if we did vote him in. The one's that are singing his praises and Juju and anc are the ones who voted him in. Some of us made clever choices not to even look at the anc block in the voting paper.

  • Zulu Whyte - 2011-08-31 13:47

    Malema fever indeed. Kids should be at school and some of the guys don't like they are youth just like their leader Juju.

      Hubbles - 2011-08-31 13:56

      Makes sense for JUJU to keep the masses uneducated

      victorp - 2011-08-31 13:58

      Is a 30 year old still classified as youth, I suppose so if he is still in grade 10

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 14:01

      @ victorp - 30 years old with the mentality of a 5-year-old. In other countries he'd be in a home, here he's in the ANCYL

      victorp - 2011-08-31 14:24

      Leader of ANCYL

  • waine - 2011-08-31 13:47

    ANC supporters rioting against the ANC? Whats happening in our country? They voted ANC!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 13:55

      Shh don't confuse them, you'll frazzle their delicate little minds

      victorp - 2011-08-31 13:56

      What do you expect anarchy Police Shoot out With police, Army goes on strike, police shoot army, cops rent out guns to criminals,taxis toll free.

      JohnnyBB - 2011-08-31 14:27

      ....ANC-voters = idiots....

      LiciousDee - 2011-08-31 14:32

      @Waine nicely put, if only the likes of @donns and robby could learn how to construct their sentences.

  • BoneCollectR - 2011-08-31 13:51

    Don't these people have something productive to do?

  • African'shtr - 2011-08-31 13:52

    KD. once said " if a white man wants to be part of transkie,he must attend Imbizo(village meetings) or atleast speeak Isixhosa. That would mean if a white south african can't speak any of the south african languege excluding Afrikaans and english, that means he is not put of our rainbow nation or democracy

      Statistic - 2011-08-31 14:35

      @Africanidiot, What the f*ck are you on about? You should be at Luthuli?

      JustinD - 2011-08-31 14:37

      Are you ge-rook?

      Andre - 2011-08-31 14:44

      I was born in SA, so was 10 generations before me, I speak english, afrikaans, portugese, and japanese and you want to tell me that the portugese and japanese people in SA is also not part of the rainbow nation. Let me make a statement to you, if you stay in France you speak French, if you stay in Greece you speak Greek, if you live in Spain you speak spanish, if you stay in Africa you speak Afrikaans ... see the logic ..? if thats stupid logic yours is 100 times worse!

      Koos Poggenpoel - 2011-08-31 14:45

      @ African'twat - what the hell are you about. Dude, we have 11 official languages in this "Rainbow Nation" Can you speak all 11? Thought so, so shut the F up or go drink beer at Loof Freely house!

      Andre - 2011-08-31 14:48

      Also another thing, not true, I have lived in the Trankei (Coffee bay and hole in the wall) for 2 years, I was as much part of the community as any other person and we apoke english. You have a very weird way of not knowing what your talking about.

      Aj - 2011-08-31 15:00

      by that logic everyone except afrikaans and english people should pay taxes ? Fking Idiot !

  • MatumeloN - 2011-08-31 13:53

    Malema is a bully and using these kids, nxa!

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 13:59

      He speaks for the masses and says what everyone else is afraid to say

      LiciousDee - 2011-08-31 14:34

      @Vullis what is he saying cause ever since that boy opened his mouth, only bullish comes out of it? Just enlighten me?

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 14:35

      its simple... "HOPE"

  • BoneCollectR - 2011-08-31 13:55

    "Besides one who was holding a wooden machine gun and pointing it at the police..." WTF? The police should put a bullet in his/her head. I am eagerly waiting for a news article that states: 'For all we know it may not have been wooden, you know, from where we were standing', the police captain said.

  • Oom Kosie - 2011-08-31 13:58

    I was a Juju supporter I would be totally confused, for instance; - Is a jounalist a "bloody agent", someone with "tendencies" or someone you must respect? - Is Thabo Mbeki a good guy or a bad guy? - Is Zuma a good guy or a bad guy? - Who is the enemy? The whites, Zuma, Matashe, who knows?! - We must have a "peacefull, radical revolution!" WTF! Like they say in the fashion industry, "The one day you're in, the next day you're out!"

      LiciousDee - 2011-08-31 14:36

      hahahhahhahhahahhahhaha @Oom Kosie none are capable of asking themselves all the above mentioned q's, cause i guarantee you, he can't answer them himself

      Andre - 2011-08-31 15:03

      HE is a woman. Telkom is to provide Electricity ... I think he is the most confused so called leader with the most confused so called supporters in the world!!! LOL

      moafrika - 2011-08-31 15:12

      you are, oom

  • victorp - 2011-08-31 14:00

    What you spawn you shall reap

  • Dog!! - 2011-08-31 14:02

    Viva Africa Viva!! It seems that they just don’t get it!! Except JuJu who gets it!! Unlimited Municipal Contracts and without any effort!! What a life and yet he considers himself poor and for the poor!! Do you need any brains to believe that statement? His size disclaims his theory that he lives in poverty…………….

  • sebariki - 2011-08-31 14:04

    juju is gonna win this wait for your heart attack it wil come soon.

      Dog!! - 2011-08-31 14:17

      Peter Mokaba said the same yet he departed us!!

      Felix - 2011-08-31 14:19

      It's a disciplinary hearing numbnuts. There is nothing to win.

      Koos Poggenpoel - 2011-08-31 14:47

      @sebariki - just keep thy mouth shut please!!!!

  • Robby - 2011-08-31 14:06

    "Juju never said let's bomb Botswana like imperialists from Libya or Iraq". WTF??????

      Borken - 2011-08-31 14:26

      Robby this just shows you clearly that these guys dont even have a clue about the world. AT ALL. they dont even understand what they are shouting about. they just see malema who said ours ours ours, and they go with that. NOTHING to do with the real life situation. its frightening to say the least.

      Borken - 2011-08-31 14:28

      they just hear the word imperialist and associate it with whites who are obviously all bad. id love to interview one of these guys. Q1. what is an imperialist? Q2. where do imperialists come from? Q3. point out south africa on this map? just those three questions.

      Koos Poggenpoel - 2011-08-31 14:48

      @Borken - I trust that 60% or less will get less than 1 out of the 3 correct.

      Nostrilite - 2011-08-31 15:11

      dalema explains a few concepts in this video...he says "i am a marxists, i am a leninist, i am a progressive nationalist... i subscribe to communism but i am not a communist..." then listen to his version of what that means! LOL he also says everything is a race issue. surprise!!

  • yb1407 - 2011-08-31 14:10

    They must get rid of Malema. He will be the one responsable for war in this country. Dont know why he a youth leader he is to old to be a youth leader. But like they say, the wheel turns and it will turn for Malema. He will get his day.

      Felix - 2011-08-31 14:56

      WTF Christo?

      Broloks - 2011-08-31 15:05

      @Christo Het jou kat, soos myne, op jou keybord geloop?

  • frans.visserdsb - 2011-08-31 14:12

    Why is this taking so long? i would have thought it would be over in half an hour... Disciplinary comittee (probably Derek Hanekom - lol - that woud seriously piss off our friend JM): did you threaten to destabilise Botswana? No? sorry... here is the proof.... Lies? quoted out of context? sorry, here is the transcript... Remember the suspended sentence from last year? please hand me your ANC membership, and don't let the door hit you on the way out...

      MM - 2011-08-31 14:27

      ANC membership card wont mean anything, thats only winning the battle, he will still be the president of the ANCYL and still influence everything as before. He can still appeal the sentence and obviously the new leadership will overturn the decision and JUJU will win the war!!!

      frans.visserdsb - 2011-08-31 15:05

      I am quite aware that this is all a political powerplay in order to get rid of the potential destabilising influence Malema could potentially have at Mangaung next year. Zuma sure as hell does not want him running around out of control. so believe me, if this is not the end of Maleme, there will be something else. he has upset someone seriously powerful... and the sudden sinking feeling he is getting should tell him that he is not 10 feet tall and bulletproof. maybe he should take a 5 year sabbatical from politics and go study economics - something he either understands exceptionally well (hence the 16bar house on a 25k salary) or not at all (hence the 16bar house on a 25k salary)...

  • vegetarian - 2011-08-31 14:18

    The media clearly has a hidden agenda, how else can it say these were the most violent protests since 1994, whereas there have been protests where people have died. If yesterday's protests were violent, then who was killed and who was injured. I am not talking about minor injuries. I am talking about serious injuries involving broken bones and may be a wound. My conclusion is that yesterday's protests were peaceful in comparison to the mayhem and pandemonium reminiscent of violent European protests. Our people have once again shown to the world that they possess truly peaceful genes, something that cannot be said of the melanin deficient human species

      dingo - 2011-08-31 14:45

      Smoking your vegetables again? Is burning flags, throwing bottles and rocks peacefull protesting? Then I would not want to see if you do get a little bit more "excited". You do like to twist things to suit your views..

      mike - 2011-08-31 14:50

      you're clearly deficient in your b12 , btw where did the media say that these were the most violent protests since 1994?

  • willieman - 2011-08-31 14:18

    @ SolomonMagalefa so you do not see any sense from "Ek_Ruik_Rot",then you need to take you children to this stupid gatherings so that they should miss school.CAN'T YOU SEE WE ARE BREEDING A NATION OF DULL PEOPLE WHO WILL BELIEVE IN GOVERMENT GRANTS.START to think do not depend on hearsay boet!!

  • victorp - 2011-08-31 14:19

    Beyers Naude there is another Afrikaner rat for you.

  • Vullis - 2011-08-31 14:19

    Oh Man - He got me!!

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 14:29

      Maybe News24 moderators are getting paid commission as from today

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 14:32

      lol - i have target on my back now, you do too. Wonder what happened to daaivark

      Matt :-) - 2011-08-31 14:42

      @ Vullis - I was thinking the exact same thing earlier. Maybe he's on leave?

      Felix - 2011-08-31 14:58

      Daaivark is probably Derek H, Busy giving Juju a spanking.

  • MAWEMAWE - 2011-08-31 14:23

    the was corruption during apartheid era,pity that it is circulating from government to government.

      MSGRule - 2011-08-31 14:24

      It was done more discreetly not like this in the peoples faces. Wihotu any care of the outcome. You get caught you get moved to another department. Where is this going????????????????????????????????????????

      victorp - 2011-08-31 14:32

      "there" is the word you seek, Name Just one case. Our Air Craft Flew, Our Subs subbed,our roads were excellent, our hospitals world class, our police world renown for their expertise, our soldiers fought and won,what about yours?

      victorp - 2011-08-31 14:33

      Oh and we will do it again!!!

      Koos Poggenpoel - 2011-08-31 14:53

      @MASWINE - There is not a Government that does not squander cash in the world, but dude, let us be realistic here, the cANCer fatcats are pissing out the cash that get generated by %m taxpayers at such a rate that soon we will be part of the African begging bowl. Yes, the previous gov was not right, but they did what was expected from them by the tax payers as stated by VictorP - CHOP"!

  • Enuff - 2011-08-31 14:25

    All part of the plan. Inside juju is going "you see I am the only one who can control these masses. Yesterday your police could not conrol them. I told them to behave. So today they behave"

  • amabok - 2011-08-31 14:26

    Let the looting begin. Today's damage estimate = ?

  • FU2 - 2011-08-31 14:26

    I the parent(s) is disciplining his children accordingly for lack of respect how would people protest about that? what is their reason behind it am just wondering anyway.

      Andre - 2011-08-31 15:29

      These people don't need logic to make a bad judgement call, all they need is a place and a reason.

  • Borken - 2011-08-31 14:30

    i wonder if they know that they will get nothing out of this. even if Malema one day becomes president do they honestly NOT know that they will get nothing from this? and that he will be rich? do they really NOT see this? i wonder what they see?

  • MAWEMAWE - 2011-08-31 14:34

    doing corruption underground doesn`t justify it by anymeans.(if you are a thief you are,even today whites are stil going to jail daily and not for praising God but for their filthy works.

  • Sean M - 2011-08-31 14:34

    How many supporters are there? Few? Medium? Plenty?

      Vullis - 2011-08-31 14:36


      MAWEMAWE - 2011-08-31 14:57

      @sean m, plenty!!!!!

  • Hansie - 2011-08-31 14:38

    This is the way to become the next SA President. Malema will use the voters (Black uneducated masses) of SA to get into power. Zuma did the same, and the ANC did the same in the 80’s. I believe this is the reason why Zuma and the Vice President is not in SA, if these disciplinary charges backfire, they can always say that they were not part of it and that they would have dealt with them differently. Well, I believe we are watching the new SA President’s path to victory.

  • wisegirl - 2011-08-31 14:41

    Malema does not care about education, he wants them uninformed, uneducated bnecause it is easier to manipualte them

      MAWEMAWE - 2011-08-31 14:54

      @wisegirl,like what the whites did to our forefathers so what is the different?

      Felix - 2011-08-31 15:00

      Eish MAWE, I would explain but I'm teaching a fly backstroke in my coffee and I have higher hopes for him than you.

  • MAWEMAWE - 2011-08-31 14:44

    what makes you speacial your colour,education,or what?

  • freefromu - 2011-08-31 14:45

    @gina "You people","we would have another Hector Petersen episode all over again". Please do not go backwards to fix, you as a learned person should be giving direction, but you are sounding racist and childish.

  • Tom - 2011-08-31 14:46

    One minute we love T Mbeki next minute we hate him for being a "lying snake" now we are loving him again? The reason these people are at Lutuli house may be varied from real support, boredom or just plainly the enjoyment of trouble making. I think that what ever the reason they are there is not really or at least shouldn't be the point of our arguments. They are there because the ANC have failed as leaders, they (anc) knew from the start that the people were loyal to their "brand" and would follow blindly, they have milked this to the very last drop. People need hope and juju gives them that (even if it is false hope).If the ANC would have given a clear cut vision, direction to the people they would not want to protest, they would be working and making sure there kids are studying. Malema is just a product of a visionless leadership. The people only support him because no one else will give them the direction they so desperately want. It’s all very well and fine kicking him out of the ANC but while he has freedom of speech he will rally support either in the ANC or for his own party, neither option bodes well for the people that do have direction in their lives.

  • Vela Stardust - 2011-08-31 14:46

    One of the questions for the morning quiz on Classic FM this morning was what is the collective noun for cockroaches. A very sharp woman suggested "a youth league".

  • Ozzy - 2011-08-31 14:49

    They say "Hands off our leader..." etc. which means they either think he has done nothing wrong, or that he should be immune to discipline because he is the leader of the ANCYL. If he can not follow the laws and the rules of this country and the organization he is a member of he does not deserve to be a leader. Those who support him and vote for him should remember that they are also responsible for his actions and his words. If you think Julius Malema is a leader worthy of your vote and your support you deserve to be led by a buffoon like him. Don't be surprised when your harvest comes in. Look at what you sowed. If you are sowing violence, intimidation and cheap rethoric, you will reap instability, poverty and famine.

  • freefromu - 2011-08-31 14:55

    We are losing focus , let be constructive, a better SA will come from building better schools, better health care facilities, better roads. It is not all white south africans that can afford the perks of private facilities, we are all affected therefore we should vasbyt and preach in the same language, Julius Issue will be finished whatever the results and what . @Gina could join in this debate of our people not you people

  • endtimes - 2011-08-31 15:00

    when is the outcome of the hearings going to be communicated?

      freefromu - 2011-08-31 15:39

      i think it might take longer than expected TO kill the hype around the whole thing , might even wait for Zuma as he is in Norway

  • Tassenberg - 2011-08-31 15:00

    Again, confused, "like imperialists from Libya or Iraq", I bet Ghadaffi saw that he would bomb you. And now wearing T-shirts with Mbeki's face, man that is why no one should really take this Youth League seriously on any issues. You wanted Zuma, now you want Mbeki back, eish, very confusing and also very amusing to some; if a few years ago you stuck with Mbeki, you could've saved the tax payer a lot of money, and all of us the weekly rhetoric of Mr. Malema.

  • sense - 2011-08-31 15:06

    Let’s use our common sense here some of them are still in school what are these children being thought if they out there rioting, it would of made sense if Malema knew then personally but I won’t be surprised if he doesn’t even know that their out there supporting him, so I’m thinking if it’s okay to go out rioting what have u been thought for the last couple of years because any scholar these days has a mind-set of their own and they work hard and some of them don’t even care about school but they not out there supporting So let’s sum this up t-shirts and posters printed overnight and scholars supposedly standing up for their youth leader. Most of them are unemployed and you could make up your own theory about the school maybe malema is funding them or something My question is how are we making SA a better place when we allow things like this?

  • Adolphina - 2011-08-31 15:06

    juju man has an influence on the youth of mzanzi he can form his on party.

  • Mark Fysh - 2011-08-31 15:12

    What instructions did Derek Hanekom get - and will he obey them?

  • lol - 2011-08-31 15:13

    The ANCYL behaviour currently just reinforces Juju’s crap leadership style and ethic. Like leader like follower.

  • lol - 2011-08-31 15:15

    The ANCYL behaviour currently just reinforces Juju’s crap leadership style and ethic. Like leader like follower.

  • Cleverr - 2011-08-31 15:15

    i wonder what dey will do if he is found to be guilty and being suspended for yeas.

  • Andre - 2011-08-31 15:23

    Here is a thought for all you clever okes out there. Affirmative action was invented to help MINORITIES to alo get a place in society, do you realize that this is the only country in the WORLD where Affirmative action is Against the minority? How poor are you or how awsome are the whites in this country if 95% of the population has to make use of affirmative action to stop the 5% from taking all the prominent positions and jobs?? ooh yeah, but then again, all the white kids learned somwething and made a grade and wrote a test while the 95% of the population was being chased by the Police for being dissorderly in public today... and this logic has never occured to anyone ... WTF!

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