Final countdown for Julius Malema

2012-02-12 22:15

Pretoria - Julius Malema’s opening address to the league's three-day lekgotla will be used against him when his mitigation process with the ANC national disciplinary committee starts on Monday.

Malema will face the disciplinary committee in a bid to have his five-year suspension for bringing the ANC into disrepute reduced.

At a closed session of the league’s lekgotla on Sunday Malema told delegates that his opening speech on Friday would "be presented as aggravation tomorrow".

This was according to video footage seen by Sapa on Sunday.

In his opening address on Friday Malema told delegates that any decision to fire him was the prerogative of the league and not the ANC. He also reiterated the league’s call for the nationalisation of mines, banks and monopolistic industries.

Last Saturday, the ANC’s disciplinary committee of appeals (NDCA) announced that attempts by Malema, league spokesperson Floyd Shivambu and four other ANCYL officials to have their suspensions overturned were dismissed. They were found guilty in November last year of bringing the ANC into disrepute and of sowing division in the party.

Malema was supposed to have a 14-day reprieve to argue for a lesser sentence.

Two hours each

However, on Sunday Malema said he had been informed by letter on Saturday that he, Shivambu and the league’s secretary general Sindiso Magaqa had to appear on Monday at 08:00 for the mitigation process. He said the three had each been given two hours to argue in mitigation of their sentence.

Malema told the delegates that it had been previously agreed with the disciplinary committee that they would have three days to argue in mitigation of their sentences.

“You can see they [the disciplinary committee] are doing the mitigation because they are forced by the NDCA to do the mitigation. They don’t want to do it," he said.

He urged the delegates to begin a “massive campaign” to “unban” the league and its leadership.

“You can say whatever you want to. The youth league is banned. It was banned the day we got charged. That is the day we got silenced," Malema said.

He warned that anything he and youth league members said would be used against them.

He also warned that it was possible that by this coming Thursday “some of us may not be members of the ANC".

Malema said he had told his grandmother that he expected to be back in Limpopo forever, because the proceedings of the disciplinary committee had “a predetermined outcome”.

“We are not going to come back suspended. We are going to come back expelled,” he said.

  • boatmedic - 2012-02-12 21:55

    Its the final countdown.....

      Sean - 2012-02-12 22:30

      I hope he gets f@cked !!!

      Vusi - 2012-02-12 22:41

      I hope they expel him so we can mend our country as one force again. We need to focus on the corrupt tender process and forget nationalising a few mines. We don't need any more families starving as is the case with Fat Zuma and Aurora and more toxic water polluting our rivers.

      Mantsho - 2012-02-13 00:06

      John why you always write the same thing? even when the topic is different.

      seanpresherhughes_1 - 2012-02-13 00:54

      @Sean - Don't worry, if he ever does go to jail he will get enough of that :-) SARS must just come up with something concrete enough to get him there for the rest of his life and the assets and forfeiture unit must reposess all his possessions and sell it and use the money to build a state oif the art hospital where his house once stood after bull-dozing it to the ground! It must be called "The communities' hospital" . After all what has he done fr his community and the youth truthfully besides pocket money, money, money! This should be erected right next to malema's cell windoiw with the two bars that will be his only view for the rest of his misserasble fat life! If only that could become a reality!

      Gigo - 2012-02-13 03:28

      Well Boatmedic dont start celebrating, is still too early. We will lift Malema up..

      Gigo - 2012-02-13 03:32

      @Sean Well keep on hoping that is the least you can do

      Herman - 2012-02-13 06:40

      Hope he makes his appointment, traffic can be a real bitch this time of the morning

      PeggySven - 2012-02-13 07:36

      I would like to see Julius Malema start his own party, with the name Azania Youth Charter. That would give us all a chance to see what support he has. If for instance he gets the unemployed vote, that would mean he would reduce the CancER majority from 63% to about 37%, which would make politics rather interesting in South Africa and maybe we will see real Democracy at work. Unfortunately the CancER party has an almost single party status and they know that they do not have to deliver anything, except for their own bank accounts as the Black population will vote for them until "Jesus comes" as they are so fond of pointing out. Come on Julius, show South Africans what you are made of and the true support that you actually have. I for one will never vote for you, but the whole point of Universal Franchise is that the most stupid of the population has the same vote as the Captains of industry and who have a decent education. So show us how stupid the electorate is in South Africa. I think the numbers will be a shock, even to those who think that most of Africa is stupid and sheeples.

      Felix - 2012-02-13 07:42

      Good Captains go down with their ship, this chump wants to take the ship down with him.

      J-Man - 2012-02-13 08:32

      @ John. AGAIN with that Post? Give it a rest already.

      Newsmonger - 2012-02-13 10:39

      Well I hope that he will spend the rest of his days not in Limpopo but next to his cell mate baba!(in poolsmoor)

  • Sam - 2012-02-12 21:59

    The media is already telling the ANC what to use against Malema. Strange thing is that the always take the medias advice.

      Cracker - 2012-02-12 22:08

      No, silly. The ANC has not yet fired the useless ones in its ranks.

      david.lebethe - 2012-02-12 22:28

      @Sam. I usually not comment on Anc internal matters. I have my own to contend with in my organisation. However, disciplnary inquiry against the Youth League President seems to be unfair if regard can be had to the fact, that not so long ago, Mantashe was on record to have promised ZANU-PF Anc's support in the in-comming national election in Zimbabwe. While there is nothing wrong with one member of Liberation Movement offering assistance to another, however, there is everything wrong with a general secretary of the Anc to go public about it when its president is mediating in the internal affairs of that country. Mantashe was therefore careless as he compromised efforts of his president in that country and should be sanctioned in the same way as the President of the Youth League. It appaers Malema's sin was to promote nationalisation when in fact there is nothing wrong with the concept. In fact, the minister of Finance in Greece recently declared that capitalism failed and you wonder why is Anc still embracing it? Yes, to many people, the young man will go down as hero and smeone who had guts to tell it like it is.

      Sean - 2012-02-12 22:33

      @David - Well bloody done , you take Greece as a example , lol !!

      Gigo - 2012-02-13 03:41

      Unban Malema unban the youth.

      Sam - 2012-02-13 06:57

      @ David - I'm not sure why everyone's down voting your comment, I suspect they didn't read it the whole way through (News24 readers like short sentences and headlines that tell them what their opinion should be rather than having to read and come to a conclusion themselves). You make an interesting point about why Mantashe wasn't sanctioned. @Sean - you realize David was using Greece as an example of failure, right?

      Trevor - 2012-02-13 07:37

      @David-do you even KNOW what you are talking about?

  • Marius Koen - 2012-02-12 22:00

    Well, thats what happens if you talk a lot of nonsense.

  • Maya - 2012-02-12 22:03

    Malema is really bad for SA and for the ANC. Hope he gets dismissed for life!

      david.lebethe - 2012-02-12 22:53

      @Maya Dieby. He can't be good for white South Africa but he is understood by the poor.

      Irene - 2012-02-12 23:12

      David ~ Do you know the difference between theory and practice?

      seanpresherhughes_1 - 2012-02-13 01:05

      @David - no wonder they are still poor , dumb ars..! mall-ema's pockets are filled tol the brim, you are poor, yet your little brain still supports his idiotic self-centered actions! Take a moment and look into the mirror, what do you see?? Poor understanding supporter of an idiot! You are brainwashed!!!

      Kevin - 2012-02-13 05:13

      The poor or the stupid.Do not confuse the two

      Sam - 2012-02-13 07:01

      @Sean and Kevin - You realize that it's people like you that drive Malema's cause? Every day that white South Africans perpetuate their narrow-minded, racist views, Malema gains another supporter. You want to erode Malema's support? Basically you just need to stop acting like jerks.

      steve.dupreez - 2012-02-13 07:28

      @seanper...., I do not understand why you guys always have to revert to insults. If your argument must be supported by these insults then surely your argument is useless and you play to the likes of trip7, tertia888 etc? You claim David is brainwashed..... personally I think this is a case of the pot calling the kettle black.

  • DanielEwens1 - 2012-02-12 22:05

    The media represent big business, and couldnt care less about the poor white or black south african. Their reason for not wanting nationalisation is nothing to do with a fear that Malema will "take all the money for himself" it is out of vested interests and protecting Multi Nationals. The ANC is a Capitalist party, they have no intention of removing the poor black or white from the slum! They need them there for cheap labour! The ANC answer to big business, NOT to those who elected them!

      Cracker - 2012-02-12 22:28

      You can always establish a "small business" media. And then? Keep all potential big media "small" to suit yourself. While you propagate what...? And that while nobody is really interested in or willing to keep you fed and happy. That's not how the world operates.

      david.lebethe - 2012-02-12 22:47

      @DanielEwens1. You are spot-on my man.

      Irene - 2012-02-12 23:15

      Daniel ~ The ANC are elected on promises and lies which they know damn well they cannot fulfill. Get off your backside, find a job and work. It's the only way - have some pride.

      nthabiseng.priklopil - 2012-02-12 23:47

      Daniel, a very matured and accurate prognosis. South Africa need more of Daniels.

      steve.dupreez - 2012-02-13 07:31

      Strange how the 'thumbs down" goes to those who dare to make valid and "anto-white" comments. It is with this racial bias that we will never be a country united.

      Trevor - 2012-02-13 07:42

      @ Daniel and David, you two have no CLUE what you are rambling about....actually quiet funny.Recommend you shelve the hate stop fighting a system that you will NEVER beat because, there is no perfect system out there, get over it.

  • Ian - 2012-02-12 22:19

    I suggest you pitch up on time and sober julius, oh heck forget it I'm just a whitie what do I know

      seanpresherhughes_1 - 2012-02-13 01:16

      I bet he will have gastrointeritis and won't be able to attend!

  • amananga - 2012-02-12 22:21

    Good luck

      Mantsho - 2012-02-13 00:09

      Can you change your picture, it makes me sick !

      Irene - 2012-02-13 00:12

      That pic says it all. A bit more hair and he'd belong in a cage.

      seanpresherhughes_1 - 2012-02-13 01:18

      He is going to need more than luck to wangle his snaky way out of this one!

      Gigo - 2012-02-13 03:30


      Merven - 2012-02-13 07:40

      Wow amananga, I personally will never use a turd as a avatar, but hey, what ever blows your skirt up.

  • Nkosinathi - 2012-02-12 22:24

    You have not been banned, you are gonna get fired! There is a difference. Stop trying to hijack the legacy of the great ANC leaders who drafted the Freedom Charter, lost their lives, spent years in jail, exile and fighting a life and death struggle before the word tender was in the dictionary! Those were principle men. SHOW THEM THE RESPECT THEY DESERVE AND STOP SOILING THEIR MOVEMENT! And take off that beret you bloody agent!!

      Nkosinathi - 2012-02-12 22:56

      Daniel, the Freedom Charter was drafted and adopted during an armed struggle in 1955. The the world was bipolar ie East versus West with their respective ideologies of communism (which punted nationalisation) and capitalism. Then you could play off the Russians against the Americans in the geopolitics of the cold war. The world has changed a lot. Communism, nationalisation and capitalism in their fundamental cold war form have all failed. The first to collapse was the communist model and former communist states which had nationalised took the capitalist privatisation route. This fundamenal capitalist model has also failed hence the European debt crisis. The guiding principles of the FC are honourable and just! But the political and economic dispensation has changed a lot since 1955 with one of the most basic changes being the fact that the heirs of the FC are now a ruling party not a banned organisation. They have to lead, uphold the constitution, human rights etc. Most of the asserts you want to nationalise are now held by private investors, pension funds, Charter House etc and not by the old colonialists. Who's going to compensate them for the shares they paid for? The FC and most policy documents all over the world need to be refined and made relevant to current global political and economic realities. Dont live in the past, there is a world of difference between 1955 and 2012. ANC start ruling, dont be weighed down by history!

      Irene - 2012-02-12 23:18

      Daniel, the dole queue is growing bigger. You're going to miss out.

      Trevor - 2012-02-13 07:43

      NOW THIS is a person who UNDERSTANDS history and what is needed to get SA into the future..!!!

  • Faan - 2012-02-12 22:42

    This is our country - nobody will steal it from us - mr Melema go to bed or die.

      DanielEwens1 - 2012-02-12 22:50

      Yea right, Britain just snapped up de beers, china are busy buying out the so called "black empowerment" businesses, and any mines in sight, and all you are worried about is your Nation having some assets Nationalised! I guess you think foreigners care more about you huh? I think you will find you are rather wrong on that front!

  • DanielEwens1 - 2012-02-12 22:45

    The last time I checked, Britain own even more of south africa than they did a year ago. De Beers sold all his assets to Anglo American, which means even white south africans are selling their assets to Britain. Britain is busy telling you what to do at the highest level, and taking over all your assets. Of course you will find a way to blame this also on Mr Malema, right? Do you blame him for rain? Snow? When your team lose at football? Malema is useful for those south africans who want someone to blame, who hasnt really done them anything, but fits the acceptable stereotype.

      Warren - 2012-02-12 23:44

      "which means even white south africans are selling their assets to Britain." De Beers did not sell "his" assets to Anglo American, it was the Oppenheimer family who sold their 40% share in De Beers to Anglo American. Btw, De Beers (Consolidated Mines) is not an individual, it was formed in 1888 by the merger of the companies of Barney Barnato and Cecil Rhodes.

  • AyGeewils - 2012-02-12 22:52

    We are quite naive if we really believe that the ousting of Malema is the end of his rhetoric. ANCYL is loaded with like minded members very willing to keep banging out the same vitriol. He is one down in a very long list of racist megalomaniacs ....

      seanpresherhughes_1 - 2012-02-13 01:56

      Daniel, why do you not just not become one of malema's wives if you love him so much, it seems thast you two will have a jolly of a time together in the shower fighting for the soap!

      Trevor - 2012-02-13 07:45 now using NORWAY as an example to support your use taking your "statement" on.

  • Alan - 2012-02-12 23:13

    The good thing about getting rid of Malema is that it deprives the racists of yet another Mugabe, Amin, Nyrere, Mobutu, Taylor, Doe, et al at whom to point their prejudiced fingers.

      DanielEwens1 - 2012-02-12 23:17

      There are far more Malemas, who will take his place. Nationalisating hasnt gone anywhere, and racial apartheid has been replaced with economic apartheid. Until you Nationalise, the only "rainbow" nation will be the poor barefoot black and white kids playing in your slums, you have the nerve to call "townships". The townships are apartheid era slums Nelson Mandela never tore down. A township is a collection of nice houses in scotland, not a collection of slum dwellings where poor black and whites live. You use nice words to disguise nastiness. Tear down the slums. Nationalise the mines to get the money!

      Irene - 2012-02-12 23:20

      Daniel ~ The dole queue is growing longer ...... F.O.A.D.

      Irene - 2012-02-12 23:33

      Oh and Daniel, by the looks of it, you live in a British slum and you sure don't have any taste.

      Lynton - 2012-02-13 08:08

      @ obviously have no idea what you are talking about. Do you have ANY idea how much it would cost our government to buy the mines in the first place to even start nationalizing them? Even the ANC has said there isn't enough money. And considering our past history with parastatals that have been sinkholes for citizen's tax money, it's very likely that the mines would also turn into losses and need funds pumped into them just to keep them from falling over. So government will never get any return on their investment.

  • Jan - 2012-02-12 23:17

    I'll mis his antics. Hopefully he starts his own opposition party.

      DanielEwens1 - 2012-02-12 23:25

      He should do this, as the ANC have no real opposition, they only answer to big business and corporations not to the poor.

  • tim.slatter - 2012-02-12 23:22

    And the saga continues.

      DanielEwens1 - 2012-02-12 23:23

      It will continue until the ANC make good on their promise to redistribute land, and Nationalise mines, then it will reach its natural conclusion.

      seanpresherhughes_1 - 2012-02-13 02:10

      Daniel perhaps you should go outide and pick up some mines your neighbourhood's dogs have left there! :-) Try to nationalise that as a practice run.

  • Terence - 2012-02-13 00:59

    @DanielEwens1: Malema is a racist(he doesn't like whites- in fact he hates them!).....Malema new house is costing millions of rands-so much for Nationalisation(He got all his information from Hugo Chavez and Robert Mugabe regading Nationalisation...enough said). On Norway- they've been practising their kind of nationalisation and socialism for hundreds of years....

      DanielEwens1 - 2012-02-13 01:18

      Malema has never said he hates whites, thats your view. Millions of rand is chicken feed money. My house in england would be worth twelve million rand or more, but I am not rich! But you now contradict yourself, and admit Nationalisation is something which can believe Norway has done it hundreds of years! Whilst I doubt this (they only discovered oil in the 1950s) I agree a good Nationalisation plan would help South Africa for hundreds of years to come! People keep remembering Mugabe...but Mugabe was a friend of Britain, he never started seizing farms until he thought he was about to lose the support of his cronies...its a totally different situation to south africa! Britain privatised her natural oil and gas, and has regretted it ever since...the private companies have used up nearly our entire reserves! If we had remained NATIONALISED as in Norway, we would have hundreds of years of gas left, we have about 15 years...if we are lucky! The private mining companies will continue to suck out everything from the soil of south africa, and in a few years....when nothing is left...they too will leave with a note saying "thanks...that tasted good!"

      seanpresherhughes_1 - 2012-02-13 06:55

      @Danielle - malema is visiting mygarbage and rying to implliment all his tactics here, don't you realise it - you are just brainless and waisting our time on this site, haven't you realised that you have lost the battle on here by far anyway - you remind me of "Onslo"! With the lack of brains if both mugabe as well as mall-ema! Lt's see what is going to come of today! I would be embarrassed to even make any more comments on this forum if I was you - gid forbid if I was like you Onslo!

      Silvana - 2012-02-13 07:35

      @DanielEwens1. What level of education have you had? You're spewing out a load of rhetoric without any hard facts to back your infantile comments. You have been on this page from 10pm till well after 1am. I think you're suffering from sleep deprivation. What a f*#king tosser. @Terence. I love these armchair politicians who have all the answers and they've never travelled outside of their town.

      Trevor - 2012-02-13 07:49

      @ Daniel- you get funnier as you go in your books, if I say I don't hate whites BUT, my actions so otherwise then it's ok, as long as I say I don't hate forget, Hitler did the same thing before he invaded Poland....point is, Julius Malema is a lieing racist.....who's ONLY interest is....power.

  • Jan Theophilus Zanele Mahlangu - 2012-02-13 01:18

    Malema is one biggest moron I ever come across in my life,he talks nationalisition yet he knows nothing about mines, these is like you take a doctor to be a minister of sport,so they are people behind malema nonsense,he should go to school first

      DanielEwens1 - 2012-02-13 01:27

      You sir clearly understand nothing about politics! So I cannot become Prime Minister, unless I have first run a mine, flew an aeroplane, swam the channel, and done back flips through a flaming tyre whilst whistling god save the king? Clearly Mr Mandela does NOT need to be a mine owner to understand Nationalisation! In anycase, how many black mine owners exist in south africa? One? Two? Three at a push?

      Irene - 2012-02-13 01:58

      Actually Daniel the black mine owners ie. Zooomer's son and Mandela's nephew have just bankrupted a mine and left thousands without pay. They're committing suicide because of them. Know your facts be sprouting cr@p.!

  • masenya30 - 2012-02-13 01:30

    Julius do it for the sake of youth no body can destroy you you are a born leader and we know the truth even if they can label you it is true that this country still in control of the white minority they want to rule but be strong

      Riedwaan Jefferies - 2012-02-13 01:40

      The youth should go to school and get a good education and not be fooled by a prophet of doom. He tells you what you want to hear (free this & free that) in the meantime he is stealing big time!

      seanpresherhughes_1 - 2012-02-13 02:16

      @Riedwaan - his youth croniesvare too brainwashed to tell the difference anymore! Once mall-lema is out oif the picture for a generation this country weill achieve great results as opposed to mall-lema's empty promises and brainwashed youth.

  • Scouter - 2012-02-13 02:26

    So now Malema is portraying an image of the forsaken martyr. Clearly the death throws of a desperate fool but the classic first move in starting his own 'liberation movement'. Beware SA, this nasty piece of work still entertains aspirations fueled by a severely damaged ego.

  • Vegi - 2012-02-13 04:57

    I would not mind trampling the likes of Thozi, Vusi, Nkosinathi and other fools of the same ilk in the march to economic freedom. There is no possibility of failure, the removal of Malema only gives more impetus. The reason I choose to ignore alleged corruption against Malema is because such allegations come from evil people. The march will not be aborted even if some people fall on the waysides. Also further evil allegations will not have an impact and will not stop us overturning the current evil socio economic setup.

      Riedwaan Jefferies - 2012-02-13 06:06

      Vegi must be short for vegetable?

      Riedwaan Jefferies - 2012-02-13 06:38

      ANCYL Economic Policy 101: Tenders = Economic Freedom

      Riedwaan Jefferies - 2012-02-13 06:38

      ANCYL Economic Policy 101: Tenders = Economic Freedom

      Brett - 2012-02-13 09:53

      No Vegi. The allegations are ignored by stupid people.

      Lunga - 2012-02-13 10:53

      i guess you do not want see our country prosper...

  • CALAMITYSA - 2012-02-13 05:45

    And still he can not see the differences in the ideologies of the YL and the ANC. Nobody in his right mind can be part of any part of the ANC with utterances like that. And then he was supported by - Winnie, Tokyo, Matthews?? Can we or the ANC now have any trust in them?? We would like to hear the answers from the ANC leadership - Who are they?? Will they show up sometime this week??

  • Gary - 2012-02-13 06:57

    We wish a brighter future Mr Malema, have a successfull trip outside the ANC. And let evry youth of our country learn from the best you have done, by going to school and helping others.

  • malcolm - 2012-02-13 07:07

    The floater is now finally syphoning down the whirpool of the toilet bowl. A pleasant and much overdue flush. Now all we have to do is disinfect the bowl from all the other ANC germs and bacteria.

  • Silvana - 2012-02-13 07:07

    The only outcome that would surprise me is if he finally gets suspended and removed as president of ANCYL so that he can stop his inciteful speeches. I'm not holding my breath.

  • Mike - 2012-02-13 07:10

    As long as the economic powers is still in the minority there will always be another Malema to stand up and speak for the people.Even if it means we have to use the force like we did with the armed struggle.If there is no alternative to nationalising the mines then the mines will just have to stop operating untill they come with an alternative which shall benefit us all.Not a few minorities.

  • Joseph - 2012-02-13 07:12

    If the black youth cannot see he is the criminal that ensures them been poor they are very stypid, because he stole bilions and never gave any one except his close bra's some. he helped the goverment in their struggle to keep the poor even poorer, for they will rather have a major jol than give food to the poor blacks. But the black youth still support him and the anc, shame how blind can you be to be led by the blind.

      Archie - 2012-02-13 07:49

      Joseph Julius has done what he did only because the ANC allowed him the space to do it.They have known for years what Limpopo tenderpreneurs are doing,ANC politicians have dirty linen in their own cupboards.Julie watched them stealing and has done the same.They think they steal from the whities but we only make up 8% of the country,they steal from the poorest and dont give a sh#t.Julie is going to jail(careful of the soap on the shower floor!)Give DA a chance they are proven leaders.

      Lunga - 2012-02-13 10:48

      i think u need to rephrase your comment by saying the black youth... i think you meant the ANC youth who i think malema is toying with them.As 25 year old living in a mostly black populated area i can assure that malema supporter is fading day by day...

  • peter.mcfie - 2012-02-13 07:18

    bye bye juju :)

  • Louise Higham - 2012-02-13 07:24

    It's time Malema keeps his mouth shut, ears open and fade away quietly. No one wants to hear his annoying comments anymore.

  • Dean - 2012-02-13 07:28

    Rot in hell rubbish!

  • Sande - 2012-02-13 07:30

    this Malema why can't he go there and plead his case leave the youth out of this, when he was insulting people he never asked the ANCYL's opinion. ANC is dealing with their distasteful utterances not the policies, 'to be prepared to die for Zuma' doesn't mean one has to undermine the ANC. Zuma or any leader is not thee ANC, ANC belong to the masses now Malema must understand that he is not facing the top six but the masses who believe in discipline and good conduct. ANCYL must not be used for his personal gain he has done enough damage, it's about time

      Archie - 2012-02-13 07:52

      When your leader is rotten,get rid of him quickly otherwise you will be judged by the company that you keep.

  • jim.dickson2 - 2012-02-13 07:44

    Please can this be finalised. Hopefully JM will return to woodwork classes and herding cattle in Limpopo.

  • Elkieta - 2012-02-13 08:20

    I feel so sorry for John.Must be something wrong with the his brain.Retarded?????

  • Ivan - 2012-02-13 08:35

    Mr Bombastic aint so fantastic now that he actually has to face the consequences of his idiotic rantings. Fatboy your china in Zim is waiting, why don't you do us all a favour and bugger off to Zimbabwe?

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  • Lawrence - 2012-02-13 09:21

    Last kicks of a dying horse I see.

  • Janine - 2012-02-13 09:23

    Bye Bye Juliasss!!!

  • Lionel - 2012-02-13 09:29

    I, for one, will be sad to see him go; he's been a wonderful source of entertainment - cartoonists will have less material.

  • Ziggie - 2012-02-13 09:31

    Big Daddy is going to kick your arse!!!

  • Riegardt - 2012-02-13 09:34

    Malema SARS has also got your number.......

  • Santapola - 2012-02-13 09:34

    I hope they do not loose hope..we will be behind them all the way....u will be back and u will fight for what u believe is for showehead!!!!!!!!!!!

  • sello.mohlake - 2012-02-13 10:04

    if u think expelling malema is silencing the youth league and stopping corruption then we are a lost society, malema will be expelled for being vocal about the puppet of white capitalist, zuma himself agreed that the willing seller,willing buyer system is not working and is exactly what the cief commander of economic freedom movement said aka juju

  • Lunga - 2012-02-13 11:00

    Dont hold your breath... tables can still be rearranged i would'nt be surprised to see Julias 5 year sentence been suspended... talk about the ANC,but then again its politics.

  • Le - 2012-02-13 12:41

    can't believe that this lighite still has a nerve to run his mouth like that...there's no ways in hell I'd tell people that this is the sort of youth that is representing me as a SA youth. I'd die before I am represented by an idiot like this fat slob!

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