Julius Malema vows to appeal

2011-11-10 13:50

Johannesburg - ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has vowed to appeal against his suspension as an ANC member, eNews reported on Thursday.

The broadcaster said he conveyed this message to supporters after writing exams in Polokwane in Limpopo.

Malema said the gloves were off and that it was time to confront and fight the enemy, reported eNews.

Even if he was not the ANCYL president, the masses needed to continue the good fight, Malema reportedly said.

The African National Congress' national disciplinary committee announced earlier in the day in Johannesburg that Malema had to vacate his position as youth league leader and was suspended for an effective five years.

Malema was not in Johannesburg because he was writing an exam at the Polokwane campus of the University of South Africa (Unisa).

ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu, who was also ordered to vacate his position, was not immediately available for comment.

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  • Myancmyfuture - 2011-11-10 13:53

    It is within his rights to appeal

      rowen.loretz - 2011-11-10 13:56

      I wouldnt waste my time Myancmybleakfuture.

      rowen.loretz - 2011-11-10 13:58

      Catch a wake up. He was destroying investment confidence in this country. He was inciting racial tension and hatred and sowing divisions between black and white. We need to build this country on good moral fibre and get rid of the scum.

      Felix - 2011-11-10 14:00

      Good, sooner he appeals and loses, the sooner he loses his paycheque.

      Alva - 2011-11-10 14:01

      Yes, he is within his rights to appeal but, we are all hoping he will just fade away. South African want to be united and happy again like we were before Malema!

      rowen.loretz - 2011-11-10 14:03

      I am sure the ANCYL are gonna cause a bit of trouble now. Maybe riots and protests all over the country. The police better get ready to fire those rubber bullets. Nothing better than a "sting" to wake them up and get them out of their dellusional state of mind.

      efourie - 2011-11-10 14:05

      @ Rowen, So in that case America's investment confidence has to be 0 with people like Palin, Bachman and Bush?

      Rob - 2011-11-10 14:05

      He should not have anymore rights because of the damage he has caused to the countries image, the little fat chop.

      Anthony - 2011-11-10 14:10

      guess who does the appeal-- zuma---lol lol bye bye jub jub

      fred.schoeman - 2011-11-10 14:11

      It is within his rights to appeal the new 5 year suspension, but the two year suspension begins immediately (because of the suspended sentence he received previously)and he cannot appeal that.

      Paul - 2011-11-10 14:12

      Strangely enough, he was found NOT GUILTY of inciting racial tension and hatred and sowing divisions between black and white. I think that's a hidden agenda ploy by the ANC to ensure there would be no backlash on them if they did find him guilty of these charges.

      Shonaphy - 2011-11-10 14:12

      i agree with u myanc. i dont really like him tht much but he is still a south african citizen like every1 here he has a right 2 an appeal.

      Alan - 2011-11-10 14:13

      Boo hoo Joo Joo

      Dirk - 2011-11-10 14:16

      You are right, he can appeal. But again, he spoke without thinking. He just commented: "Malema said the gloves were off and that it was time to confront and fight the enemy" So he basically called the ANC his enemy. Again he showed no respect to his party, his leadership and their decisions. He doesn't have to agree with the decision and has the right to appeal, but don't kick your leader in the nuts and then ask him to forgive you. He just provided proof that the decision to suspend him was correct!

      Jason - 2011-11-10 14:18

      mycancermyfuture - your profile says you hate racists with a passion, your comrade juju is exactly that - so wtf?? You are blinded by these corrupt bastards.. Catch a wake up and support someone who really cares about making the difference we so desperatley need in this country, or f*ck off to Zimbabwe!!

      Ari - 2011-11-10 14:20

      Of course he has the right to appeal - Hanekom said so after every sentence was delivered. But what he must bear in mind is that if he appeals and fails - as will in liklihood be the case - then he will have been censured by two ANC bodies.

      Merven - 2011-11-10 14:22

      Yes it is, and it is also the ANC's right to increase the 'punishment' during the appeal.

      Anthony - 2011-11-10 14:27

      hahahahaha you not going to the party hahahahah

      VusiMabaso - 2011-11-10 14:28

      @Dirk. Absolutely. In our culture it is serious when we disrespect older people and leaders. He isn't sophisticated enough or bred well enough to be a politician. He is and will always be a Wild Child!

      Shonaphy - 2011-11-10 14:32

      Dirk everything u said abt juju is correct.@harley b4 i judge u plis tell me who are u refering 2 whn u say cockaroaches?

      rowen.loretz - 2011-11-10 14:32

      where are all the ANCYL supporters on news24 comments now? crawling under their beds now?

      Myancmyfuture - 2011-11-10 14:40

      @ Fred, You make a valid point, but I think if he appeals then this verdict and sentence will be set aside pending the finalization of the appeal process. @ Jason Just as I read the 1st sentence of your post and preparing to respond then you lost it so I can't respond to you,

      Deon - 2011-11-10 14:44

      Let us hope he rather get 10 years on appeal, it can happen.

      Shonaphy - 2011-11-10 14:52

      Alva i hate 2 burst ur bubble bt cruly r living in south africa? we wr never happy coz we dont wanna move on.we keep holding on 2 the past n we r failing our children coz if we dont stop our children r going 2 live like this divided. by the way if u thot i was refering 2 1 race u r wrong all of us means all.

      Jeff - 2011-11-10 14:54

      I cannot believe he was found not guilty of racism.

      Right - 2011-11-10 14:54

      Hey Wena! out your appeal does not result in a harsher sentence been sanctioned. The Appeals committee is comprised of Cyril Ramaphosa(Chairman), Trevor Manuel(you recall : what has Trevor ever done), Jessie Duarte and Bridgitte Mabandla. They will go by the book but you are going to be in for a rough ride. Remember Holomisa got expelled just for asking for Mbeki's friendship with Sol Kerzner to be investigated.

      maniza.ahoua - 2011-11-10 15:09


      Liz - 2011-11-10 15:11

      Of course he can appeal. But not against his previous suspension of 2 years, which now comes into effect. So regardless, he is out for the next 2 years. I am not sure that he or the ANCYL are intelligent enough to understand this until their legal team informs them. He has done a lot of harm to this country and the disadvantaged youth of this country remain disadvantaged while he becomes fatter and richer and more corrupt.

      Right - 2011-11-10 15:14 the news...Malema and the ANC followed by : 1. Abducting of schoolgirls 2. Raping of Schoolgirls 3. Gruesome murders of schoolgirls 4. Burning of schoolgirls 5. Child Molestation by family memebrs 6. Practising of Satanism 7. Practising of Sorcery 8. Gruesome murders of parents Whats going on people? Explain to me. I am trying to understand.

      Liz - 2011-11-10 15:27

      @Bench: I think Fred is right. Julius accepted his previous santion - he admitted guilt and declined to appeal against his suspension. He really shot himself in the foot because that suspension now comes into effect. He is out for the next 2 years even if he should win his appeal against the five year suspension. He can also be expelled from the party should he continue to sow discord amongst its members.

      Peter - 2011-11-10 15:32

      He has every right to appeal, and those who disagree are as bad as he is, we just have to hope the sentence stands under fair judgement.

      Shonaphy - 2011-11-10 15:40

      Myanc looking @ the dislikes u got from ur comment,yoh people hv done worse i mean killing,rape,human traffic ect n im sure if they wanted an appeal they would hv got 1.we get so blinded by anger n we forget 2 c wats fair.

      eric.vanvuuren - 2011-11-10 16:22


      Shadoz - 2011-11-10 17:00

      suck it myancylnofuture.

      John - 2011-11-10 20:48

      " Por que no te callas? " King Juan Carlos of Spain asked Hugo Atrazado Mental Chavez today in 2007. " Why dont you shut up? " I ask of Julius Mental Retarded Malema?

      John - 2011-11-10 21:04

      I also want to point out why Mal enema was not found guilty of inciting racism: As stated by John Kane-Berman, the difference between Mal enema and the others in the ANC / SACP = Association of National Criminals, Abortion Murder Genocide, the diff is only in TIMING. And with the arab spring on the go, AND the EU-USA intervention in Lybia, the comrades tsotsis don't want to rise above the political camouflage now...something Mal enema does not understand. What does he understand? He is a manpara!

      John - 2011-11-10 21:11

      To the tune of Mfana Malema, Jesus loves you, Malema, Your mother loves you, Malema, Your father loves, Repent, Mampara, repent, Repent, Ignorant, repent, Repent, Negligent, repent, Repent, Liar, repent, Repent, Thief, repent, Repent, Baby Killer, repent, Repent, Genocider, repent! Okai, stop the bus, how can you say all that? Lets have a look: Malema is Ignorant that the Failed Communist Countries like the USSR, China, Vietnam, Cuba, etc, employed Central Control Economies ( CCE ), with full and total nationalisation. Negligent - as the head of an organization, it is his duty to be fully informed of the economic history of total disasters of CCE. He does not know that Gorbachov announced reforms away from nationalization – in the early 1980’s! He is a Liar, because these are not his ideas, these ideas have been around for over 100 years. Thief, he has stolen the PEOPLES money – that is how bribery and corruption works. Baby Killer, as a member of the ANC – Abortion Murder Genocide, is guilty of the Genocide of 800 000 black babies in government hospitals! Genocider, as a member of the ANC – Abortion Murder Genocide, is guilty of the Genocide of 5 Million Aids sufferers which were refused medication. Repent, Mampara, Repent!

      Johan - 2011-11-11 08:21

      His appeal should be finalised in 4 months after which his suspension will be reduced to 3 months which started encounting from the next day after his first suspension, and nothing has changed, back in office. The ANc works like that.

  • jack.kukard - 2011-11-10 13:53

    Bye bye gravy train drivers.......

      Skinfaxi - 2011-11-10 14:12

      Bye bye blackbird

      Johan - 2011-11-10 14:41


      Brad - 2011-11-10 16:17

      @Kolobe, fair enough, but those heroes were intelligent humanitarians fighting for some sort of peace and brought unity and peace to mankind, not divide and definitely did not fight over who gets the money and power.

      Merven - 2011-11-11 08:03

      Wonder what happened with "we will respect the ruling"?

  • Darkie - 2011-11-10 13:54

    Appeal..appeal brother........nothing is going to change the what is it that you are studying @Unisa..mnxim

      Mike_or_Mpho - 2011-11-10 13:58

      Do they offer a course in how to act as a human being?

      Rob - 2011-11-10 14:07

      Grade 2 again, they wont let him in a normal school because he is too old.

      mohammed.surtee - 2011-11-10 14:24

      Guys the dude is studying WOODWORK .. give him a break .. Before we know it he is going to NATIONLISE Unisa tooo

      Thozi - 2011-11-10 14:43

      I'd like to know the result of the exams he wrote. Can the man really pass anything? I don't think he was repeating Woodwork, was he?

  • rowen.loretz - 2011-11-10 13:55

    Go ahead and appeal you teletubby. You are gonna divide the ANC even more if you threaten to take on the enemy...who is the enemy now? The state? Bahahaaaw, in the meantime i will have a toast to your idiocy ...and give derek hanekom and the ANC chair committe a bells

  • Sapepa - 2011-11-10 13:55

    Although Malema has doen nd said alot of harmfull things, lets not take evry word that has come out of his mouth as rubbish. had some of the things he has said been spoken by someone else, we would have different opinions on issues of national importance. like the issue of nationalising mines. the mining firms made huge profits during aparthied,by basically outsourcing slavery from the government, paying the minners peanuts nd the governmnt letting them do so. its only fair that the people have a share of that. Had this been spoken by someone else, maybe with a white accent, the public would have a different view on the nationalization issue. let us not formulate an opinion based on who said it, rather taking a subjective view. im also glad that Malema is out, but lets not just forget these pressing issues

      Duncan - 2011-11-10 14:03

      The only pressing issues are your punctuation and spelling or lack of.

      Rob - 2011-11-10 14:08

      Sapepa: If you can't write or speak English rather just shut up and go away.

      Ismaeel - 2011-11-10 14:10

      lol, you need to go back to grade A and learn how to spell. One can spot Malema supports anywhere.... there IQ is <1 For those supports the < is a less than sign

      Trevor - 2011-11-10 14:13

      @Sapepa, you are a tool and a sheep to the things that come out of that mans mouth! Go read your history books and see if Nationalization has EVER worked??? You guys are looking for every possible avenue to get wealth quick, without working, and this is a ridiculous way to get it! Let me ask you this, if you think Nationalization and land appropriation without compensation is fair, then surely one could assume that the San people should claim from you? as it was THEM who were oppressed by the Zulu's? catch a wake up and stop jumping on the band wagon, YOU are destroying our country, and then who you going to steal from???wake up!

      Paul - 2011-11-10 14:14

      I agree with Sapepa's comment about "slavery from the government" - we are all having to work harder and harder to pay more and more taxes to the state. Anyone else noticed that? Give due credit where its due peeps.

      Russell - 2011-11-10 14:15

      Good Points - slightly racist by saying if it was a white person saying it . We all know if mandela said it people would listen. It is after all the fact that these issues are not being adressed by the greedy gravy trainers that causes people like Malema to garner support. By not dealing with issues there will be another Malema and next time they might just make it to the top. The ANC need to wonder why it it is from within their own ranks that such a divisive figure appeared.

      Werner - 2011-11-10 14:17

      Please just remember that Government already own nearly 30% of every company in South Africa.

      Cristina - 2011-11-10 14:30

      Oh so lets see..when Juju said things like "She had a good time" he should have used a "white accent" or lets say "Kill the Boer" (Both sexist and racist!) instead and we would have accepted it??..PLEASE get real!!! and please teach us in how many countries has this nationalization actually worked hum????

      ETID989 - 2011-11-10 14:31

      Nationalisation has been tried overseas, it failed outright and returned to the previous system. Malema did nothing but stir racial tension and put our country at risk... The moment he was suspended the Rand got stronger! Now overseas companies will now again look at investment in our country where as before they were wary because of his plans and comments! ANC stand up and be applauded!!!

      Werner - 2011-11-10 15:16

      @Sapepa. I work in the mining industry. From apartheid up to now we have always had our share. It's called our salary and bonusses which very good compared to other companies and like all other people we had to work for it.We didn't just get it or it didn't just fall in our laps like many miss informed people think. Mining industry pays good salaries and all the added on extras like housing, medical, pension, shares etc. You haven't got a clue what you are talking about. If we don't have investers in our companies we don't have work cause idiots like Malema will just reap what they can and the rest of us will be unemployed.

      Andries - 2011-11-10 18:37

      Sapepa, better be quiet, stop digging, you are already at the bottom of the pit... Of course you would like to take a "subjective view" as you said of your communist comrade's racist hate speech remarks. The ANC and you are still in full support of that because the white man comrade chairman could not get it into his boards' minds to find Malema guilty on that issue. Your posting is so illogical but so deeply rooted in Africanism that I must allow you that, as the world allows Africa that. Enjoy the fruits of the country and the economy which was given to your comrade masters on a platter, BUT like in Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Angola, Mocambique, Zambia, Malawi, the fruit trees will dry and die. By the way - how did countries like Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria, Congo, Mocambique, Angola, Botswana etc. come into existence at all? By white men who built them up and set borders and laws an order and tried to establish civilisations. What were they before? Were not even in existence. What are they today? A future view of what you will make of the previously vibrant SA.

      Simone - 2011-11-10 19:44

      Before you choose to comment make sure you get your facts straight and maybe you need to go back to school for a few more english lessons. Do not comment on things you aren't fully educated on.

      aquacalv - 2011-11-11 09:17

      Sepepa, you need to understand the full dynamics of what you are saying... white men have spoken about it and have also admitted the world throuout that it DOES NOT WORK... look at countries like Chine that are now thriving due to the banish of the concept. Look at the billion our country has now lost due to Anglo rather pouring the money into the upgrade of autralian mines and not our because of Juju's silly - uneducated ramblings. it has never worked in any country anywhere in the world - do you really think a man that can not even pass and understand basic schooling will make it work here?? My friend - dont allow yourself to be fooled by people only looking for their own greedy power trips!

  • guyt1 - 2011-11-10 13:55

    Better look for a new job fat boy

  • tripledunny - 2011-11-10 13:57

    You can't appeal justice.

  • thozamah - 2011-11-10 13:57

    u are your own worst enemy

  • matty123 - 2011-11-10 13:57

    What is Malema actually studying that he has to write exams?

      rowen.loretz - 2011-11-10 14:01

      woodwork for dummies

      Shanna - 2011-11-10 14:04

      How to be a useless piece of dog turd..........he has no brains so he must learn

      efourie - 2011-11-10 14:08

      In an interview he stated politics and economics. So probably this: Bachelor of Arts (Human and Social Studies) Philosophy, Politics and Economics

      Grant - 2011-11-10 14:16

      He's not actually WRITING - its a prac exam. I think today he has to prove he can tie his laces without reference to a bunny running around a tree...

  • Riaan - 2011-11-10 13:57

    "Only the wisest and stupidest of men never change." - Confucius . don't let us confuse you JuJu. Go agead and make an apeal of yourself.

      Riaan - 2011-11-10 14:04

      We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid.-Benjamin Franklin (hey juju, Ben Franklin is that guy on your Oude Meester Brandy Bottle, but you should know him by now)

  • Darkie - 2011-11-10 13:58

    I frankly dont care if you appeal or not,...I am celabrating, the rand is celebrating...yipeeeeeeeeeeee off you go bloody idiot!

      Thelma - 2011-11-10 14:21

      I like it!!!!

      Shonaphy - 2011-11-10 15:03

      lol darkie i like ur comment.

      aquacalv - 2011-11-11 09:11

      well said, my friend!

      Thabo - 2011-11-11 10:22

      are you a black south african my brother? no offence, I just want to know for interest sake. dont buy the support of this elite using this verdict. look how many of them commented on this article.

  • jjlambrechts - 2011-11-10 13:58

    Who is the enemy? The ANC? The government?

      Alva - 2011-11-10 14:07


      Ntombizonke - 2011-11-10 14:09

      Juju is his own enemy.

      Cristina - 2011-11-10 14:33

      He's "sulking" like a spoiled brat he is!!!...

      Themba - 2011-11-10 16:16

      the guy can not think,,

  • Herman - 2011-11-10 13:58

    Fight them Julias, get all their dirt out in the open, show the world the corruption and thievery of the anc!

      Alva - 2011-11-10 14:05

      Yep! I keenly await the unfolding of the soap opera 'anc's dirty linen'.

  • hellodanie - 2011-11-10 13:59

    Julius may have said a few true things in his life, but I can not see him representing the poor of this country and living the life he lives or while having the Tenderpreneur-cloud over his head the way it currently stands. I don't know who can compare him with the likes of Mandela, Cronin and other true heroes of this beautiful country of ours. He seems to be the total opposite.

  • Lila - 2011-11-10 13:59

    Mark 3:24: "And if a kingdom be divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand."

      Myth - 2011-11-10 14:16

      @Matthew: it's wisdom101

  • Jaco - 2011-11-10 13:59

    go ahead, make my day. seriuosly, here's the rope.

  • marazor - 2011-11-10 14:00

    Knock yourself out china... you're gone! You tried to take on Jacob Zuma and destabilise the country and its economy... many have failed before you

  • Bryan - 2011-11-10 14:00

    I heard that Juju has been approached by weigh-less as their new poster boy..!!

      raath - 2011-11-10 14:39

      That must be one big-ass poster printer (pun intended)

      Kevin - 2011-11-10 14:49

      to carry them

  • romeo - 2011-11-10 14:04

    fight the enemy? how do they call a person who is the only one to see enemy around?

  • raymond.kok3 - 2011-11-10 14:05

    well you said that you will abide by the verdict so who is the enemy that you are talking about a third force maybe ha lalla la bring it on

  • Bathabile - 2011-11-10 14:05

    To cope with the situation, juju, join the cope!

      Azande - 2011-11-10 18:52

      Lekota wont let him in.

  • NrGx - 2011-11-10 14:05

    Hopefully this will take the focus off "fight the whites" for a while at least. They are fighting one another and that is excellent news for the opposition as they focus on their mandate and not constantly pointing fingers at all the wrongdoings. We know at every turn the ANC and YL are doing things wrong, but what are the DA, COPE etc doing to prove that they can be different. As a DA supporter, I actually dont know more than they run CT very well. So... now is the time to "mobilise" and state the message to the masses while the ANC and YL fight each other.

  • DangerousDG - 2011-11-10 14:05

    Give the man space, he's going to need 5 years to pass woodwork.

  • bradley.mills2 - 2011-11-10 14:05

    Agga shame, is the nunu having a temper tantrum cos he was punished... Who exactly is the enemy??? I suppose now the state and the ANC are your enemy now lol... Please go ahead and appeal, and while you at it do something stupid, like insighting a coup so that you can get your fat ass beaten the hell up and then thrown into jail so Babba can service it for you...

  • Elle-Black - 2011-11-10 14:06

    I would like to know who is this "enemy"

      angel.moonsamy - 2011-11-10 14:34

      The "enemy" is the Third Force : Juju may the force be with you

  • Shadho - 2011-11-10 14:06

    Haha!! is he still going to wear the beret??? or it going to become his begging bowl on the side of the road in some game reserve. Wait he probably be applying for his permanent residence in ZimBOBwe land NOW... Now that BOB is on the way out...lmao!!! Talking about appeals. What APPEALS most to the MAJORITY citizens of South Africa. Is that another WANNABEE AFRICAN TYRANT has been removed from the chess board. Yup, those seen as PAWNS can checkmate and or remove wannabee KINGS from the GAME. Which is exactly what has happened. Its called Democracy and CONSTITUTION at play. Deal with it Juju and all your associated puppets and all those that supported you from the ANC mother body. YOU LOST. BTW. An Appeal board or committee, can leave the charges as is. Reduce them. OR INCREASE THEM. SO to all those that believe an APPEAL can be positive for a GUILTY entity. Best you go and learn Law and Labour Law etc. NOW ITS TIME TO CONTINUE THE CLEAN UP!!! LOL!!!

      bradley.mills2 - 2011-11-10 17:50

      @Tebza - Remember ... The Hawks, SARS and public protects are still investigating him for fraud, tax evasion and tender churning (of a sort). So he may not be such a rich man after the Hakws and SARS are finished with him...

      Azande - 2011-11-10 18:33

      @Tebza, I think he is going to eat the humble pie soon. After being kicked out in the cold alone, the hawks are gonna pounce, let alone SARS and Madonsela. We can only hope, he is clean.

  • MikeBrassellSA - 2011-11-10 14:07

    What exams???? Probably something to do with food.

      Azande - 2011-11-10 18:33

      he is doing CA

  • William - 2011-11-10 14:07

    Aaaaaaaag shame. Poor Juju!!! What will he do with himeself now. He might have to request for donations through his Ratanang family trust. There are always those people stupid enough to bank roll him!!

      Zithelo - 2011-11-11 14:00

      yini ngawe vele wena ayinagqodo lento oyishoyo.

  • Deon - 2011-11-10 14:07

    He should think about this, he might need the time off for his corruption court case and jail sentence! With any luck, that is.

  • alain.d.thomas - 2011-11-10 14:07

    I thought he was writing matric exams

      angel.moonsamy - 2011-11-10 14:35

      to write Matric , you need to pass grade 11 , not grade 3 Lol

      Zithelo - 2011-11-11 14:03

      hey!wena idiot ayina sense lento oyishoyo,awuyozama okungcono kubangani bakho.

  • Osman - 2011-11-10 14:08

    I wish he would vow to shut his mouth

  • Brent - 2011-11-10 14:08

    ja apeal

      Zithelo - 2011-11-11 14:10

      no guys u wrong come up with the way forward for the youth of S.A,not to comment your rubbish.All we need we need a change for black people and better education etc.

  • alvinsa - 2011-11-10 14:09


  • procold2 - 2011-11-10 14:09

    this is your last hooraa,appeal all you want you are not welcome anymore how long will you be remembered when you are not in the news, your so called people will forget you and find somthing else to shout and protest about, and by all means take the gloves off so the hawks and sars can handcuff you

      Zithelo - 2011-11-11 14:12

      that rubbish of yours save it for yourself.

  • Spiral - 2011-11-10 14:09

    HAHAHAHAHA fight the enemy hey? So is the ANC now your enemy? Oh this is going to be fun :D!!

  • Pete - 2011-11-10 14:09

    shame he just finished writing his grade 5 maths paper and now the fat boy is upset.

      angel.moonsamy - 2011-11-10 14:36

      Grade 3 Woodwork

  • humphrey.s.mbothwe - 2011-11-10 14:10

    Some people are really stubborn, an appeal will be the last kick of the dying horse and further embarrassing himself. If he's not stupid he should have swallowed his pride and take a punch maybe he was going recover after 5 years. He's got no chance of winning the appeal.

  • Deon - 2011-11-10 14:10

    Met eish Ja!

  • Eland - 2011-11-10 14:10

    Prophesy number 1: There is no way you can suspend the liberation of the masses. This is a blessing in disguise, the ANC neeeded a moron like Zuma, to do just this so that the liberation fires can burn at a higher speed hear come total and final onslaught! The 1976 students did not need an appeal, but simply take law in their own hands, and this is just going to ignite the whole network – I PROPHYSY!

      Hosea - 2011-11-10 14:19

      That's exactly how I see it Eland......

      Bryan - 2011-11-10 14:24

      @Eland.., You are just a S.O.E.P..!!!

      Omnivore - 2011-11-10 14:43

      Eish seriously? We need to do something about poverty. 100%. But have you seen what the places where your "prophesy" came true look like? Hell holes.

      Zithelo - 2011-11-11 14:26

      dankie son we dint even need them again.i think some of people comment about juju it because they don't have direction and they don't see where to go,but we cant blame their own babe to kiss not ours but one day they will see what juju is fighting for, it even worse if u are young person dnt see,i can cl yourself idiot.

  • Patrick - 2011-11-10 14:11

    I dont believe that Napolean has got rid of Squealer,but is that Mr.Jones approaching from afar.??

  • bandasn1 - 2011-11-10 14:11

    The appeal won't do him any good...ANC gave him the boot in preparing for Mangaung. The only way to "fight back is to work with the opposition (DA) and kcck ANC where it hurts the most",one analysis said.

      elizabeth.vandyk - 2011-11-10 14:27

      @ bandasn1 Are u out of your mind, the opposition doesnt deal in recycled trash.....

      Azande - 2011-11-10 18:36

      Yho that wont be a good idea. remember the "tea girl and madam" insult, for the first time we will see a political party rejecting joining of a member. DA wont accept him.

      Paul - 2011-11-10 18:47

      I dont think the DA has got 'space' for him.

  • Rich - 2011-11-10 14:13

    English is just a language just like any other language, it is nver a measure of intellect

  • Warwick - 2011-11-10 14:13

    So he is finally doing his wood work exam.

  • Michelle - 2011-11-10 14:13

    I assume the ANC is now the enemy?

  • Ndabenhle - 2011-11-10 14:13

    About time this sucker burns lol..........

  • Werner - 2011-11-10 14:14

    What good Fight? Till evrybody is poor like in the the rest of Africa?

  • Shadho - 2011-11-10 14:15

    Haha!! Is he still going to wear the beret??? or it going to become his begging bowl on the side of the road in some game reserve. Wait he probably be applying for his permanent residence in ZimBOBwe land NOW... Now that BOB is on the way out...lmao!!! Talking about appeals. What APPEALS most to the MAJORITY citizens of South Africa. Is that another WANNABEE AFRICAN TYRANT has been removed from the chess board. Yup, those seen as PAWNS can checkmate and or remove wannabee KINGS from the GAME. Which is exactly what has happened. Its called Democracy and CONSTITUTION at play. Deal with it Juju and all your associated puppets and all those that supported you from the ANC mother body. YOU LOST. BTW. An Appeal board or committee, can leave the charges as is. Reduce them. OR INCREASE THEM. SO to all those that believe an APPEAL can be positive for a GUILTY entity. Best you go and learn Law and Labour Law etc. NOW ITS TIME TO CONTINUE THE CLEAN UP!!! LOL!!!

  • Peter - 2011-11-10 14:15

    So his enemy is the entire country, that is going to be a very lonely fight! Shame Juju, no body wants to play with you anymore:(. Go write another exam, you need to learn a lot.

  • Warwick - 2011-11-10 14:15

    Hey Jellyass, who is the enemy? It seems it comes from within your pathetic paranoid childlike brain. I wonder if you will play the race card seeing that baas Dereck who presided over this is white.

  • Ntombizonke - 2011-11-10 14:15

    Why Malema is in Youth cos he is not a Youth?