Limping Malema leads last leg of march

2011-10-28 10:16

Johannesburg - A limping ANC Youth League president Julius Malema led the final leg of an "economic freedom" march from the Caledonian Stadium in Pretoria to the Union Buildings on Friday.

Thousands of supporters proceeded along Pretorius street at 09:30.

They were expected to proceed through Beatrix Street before turning off at Church Street, under the watchful eye of police.

Loud music was being played from a truck ahead of the marchers who carried placards.


Some of the placards read: "Black on black apartheid", "greed-based corruption" and "yes we don't want Zuma and Gwede", referring to President Jacob Zuma and ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe.

A huge media contingent was barred by marshals from being closer than about 15 metres to Malema, who was walking with difficulty.

Supporters arrived at the stadium in the early hours of Friday morning after walking from Johannesburg on Thursday to create awareness of their economic needs.

Malema led from the front, walking most of the 50km trip, barring a few breaks on a truck.

He handed over a memorandum of grievances to the Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg's city centre on Thursday, before marching to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in Sandton.

The walk from Sandton to Tshwane, along the R101 Old Pretoria Road, took eight hours.

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  • Servaas - 2011-10-28 10:19

    Limping Malema?? Ag shame,should we feel sorry for you? You can march straight to hell for all I care.

      Herman - 2011-10-28 10:21

      In true African fashion and tradition, the old and weak, keeping the nomadic pack back, should be killed and left for the vultures to eat.....get rid of that weak one now!

      Daniel - 2011-10-28 10:23

      How does the song go n bietjie, help n bietjie daar !!

      Servaas - 2011-10-28 10:30

      Tsheps: I do not even know what to say to you, your story changes every day.. btw, a young lion as you put it does not limp from a walk. He is just putting up a show because he wants people to feel sorry for him. My president, he might be president because he was voted in by idiots but he will sure as hell not get my vote, hence not my president should he be elected. Btw Tsheps, did you get stuck in Kyalami yesterday?

      Felix - 2011-10-28 10:33

      Trust TshepotheZaga to provide some commic relief. I recon Juju might be training for the comrades, because he thinks it's a communist race. lol

      marco.tomaso - 2011-10-28 10:37

      @Servaas What's the deal with you mate?You seem to be venting a lot of anger,irritation,frustration and strong emotion and opinion at certain people.It looks like you letting the situation get to you bigtime!Most of the time its a sequence of insults coupled with unconscious revenge perhaps bitterness and hostility in a big puff of smoke. Being sulky and miffed about things don't always help a person you know that do you?

      ZuguZugu - 2011-10-28 10:42

      na neil i was quite luck no traffic in killarney yesterday... actually while i was on my way to killarney just before the reviera turn off i saw about 30 busses backed with these tsotsies on there way to PTA i think, so i just missed the traffic..... Felix haha i must say juju is one fat bomsticks jusus boet he almost looks like the oros man....

      Servaas - 2011-10-28 10:51

      @marco.tomaso: Malema just irritates me, that's all. I don't have a lot of anger but seriously? Limping Malema? He did not even walk all the way, it's just a publicity stunt and what irritates me the most the supporters are too thick to see what he's actually up to. But the best part still is the 56 year old in the youth league.

      Tim - 2011-10-28 10:57 are they finally free now? Is it a case of mission accomplished and free mansions in Sandton for all, a.k.a economic freedom??

      Bryan - 2011-10-28 11:03

      Hello boys and girls..! Juju has got some Beeeeg bleeesters on the feet.., Haibo Juju, I have a beeeg soft spot for you ma bru..., At the bottom of my garden under the compost heap...Eish..!!!!

      Rodney - 2011-10-28 11:25

      If only 5000 or so people marched, can we now infer that Malema does not speak for the youth or the poor? 5000 is barely one informal settlement. Or, is it because the youth are so lazy, they can't be bothered to take part, they will just continue to sit on their asses and wait for the next handout? No wonder they are poor if they can't be bothered to stand up for themselves. Hopefully the press will now turn it's attention to more important matters than Malema, like watching grass grow.

      Allan - 2011-10-28 11:30

      Zug Malena should marry Helen Zille . Then he does not have to be jealous. He can also get a tea girl thrown in. He can become a socialite, not a communite

      Marion - 2011-10-28 11:37

      Now if anyone is to be commended for courage in completing the walk from Sandton to Pretoria it is the silly young woman who did the entire walk wearing stilletos. Now that takes courage guys!

      Spyker - 2011-10-28 12:01

      I see the only ones, who have shoulders wider than their fat laden middle sections, are the hired help... This then is the “struggling” youth of SA..? They can be summarised in two words – FAT AND STUPID... In fact, whenever I see them (viz all those who support the ANC/ANCYL) hopping around yelling and screaming incoherently – all I see are enormously obese ones. So you have to ask yourself – do they look like the people from Somalia..? No. Do they look like the people from Ethiopia..? No. They are fat from living off the spoils of an economy created over the 350 years prior to ’94. An economy they did NOTHING for – other than their utmost to destroy it. They are so fat, BROTHER, because they sit around stuffing their faces, doing nothing of any economic worth/value, while they live off the revenue that is still for all intents-and-purposes generated by the white man. This then SISTER, is why they vote for the ANC, because are handed the white man’s money and -property for doing nothing more than eating themselves into obesity and (naturally) voting for the ANC- .., yes, you guessed it.., FAT CATS... It even has a name, COMRADE.., it is called... ... ECONOMIC FREEDOM. ONE FAT MAN, ONE VOTE... PS Can someone (preferably someone who is still daft enough to be associated with the ANCYL) explain to me what economy, in the known universe, would even bother to accommodate such feckless biodegradable waste.., or is that waist.., in its economy..?

      Helen - 2011-10-28 12:07

      How inconsiderate of u not to give him a pair of crutches just to add to the special effects,hope he has lost some of that unsightly flab he carries with him everywhere,that seems to be growing by the day.Yes I totally agree with you the best place for him & his rabble is hell.Lets hope one of the roads his company(s)has resurfaced is one they will be using for their off day,hopefully the road collapses and gobbles the whole sorry lot up,now won't that be poetic justice.

      Pieter - 2011-10-28 12:28

      If someone out there is willing to pay me handsomely I will agree to take malema out for you.I was thinking of taking him maybe to KFC or NANDO'S.

      Dudleygbu - 2011-10-28 12:57

      hahaha malemas limp....shame, some viagra can cure that

      rowen.loretz - 2011-10-29 20:19

      Malema said there will be blood on the floor. Is this a declaration of war? He better lose some weight...cause he will stand out pretty bad when there is a civil war. Easy target. Can't miss fat boy JujU

  • Thulebona - 2011-10-28 10:20

    10 for courage

      jack.kukard - 2011-10-28 10:21

      0 for idiot

      Trublood - 2011-10-28 10:24

      no 10 for idiot o for brians!

      Servaas - 2011-10-28 10:24

      and 0 for woodwork

      richard.hipkin - 2011-10-28 10:33

      @Thulebona, in this case I agree...

      Peter - 2011-10-28 10:36

      This is like a repeat of the 1976 march, Malema has balls.

      Trublood - 2011-10-28 10:44

      Peter - There is nothing 1976 about this march? Where did you get that from? I just see a small number of ANC YL supporters on an urban hiking trip. We have seen many bigger marches the last few years. If Malema managed to draw 20 000 people, we may have considered it important. For now it just seems like a waste of money and labour hours..

      lioneldelange - 2011-10-28 10:45

      @ Thulebona, you get 10 for stupidity. Since when does it take courage to walk down a road??? And the fatboy does not even walk most of the way.

      brenton.tyrrell - 2011-10-28 12:04

      Thulebona - That sounded very much like a threat. Play nicely or leave the playground...

      Johan - 2011-10-28 12:11

      ...0 out of 10 for Woodwork...

      Spyker - 2011-10-28 13:52

      ‘Limping ANCYL Leader’ – you have to see the poetry in that... PS @Thulebona - you dress like that other well known idiot, so what do you expect..?

      Pieter - 2011-10-28 21:10

      yes 10 out of 100 hahahah

  • Trublood - 2011-10-28 10:21

    I wonder how much weight he lost?

      Peter - 2011-10-28 10:54

      None - he actually gained weight . He was in a truck most of the way, then partied the night ( morning ) away

      riaan.mastenbroek - 2011-10-28 10:55

      No worries on that subject. I am sure he will order a lekker meal from a nice restaurant tonight...while the rest will return to their basic living.

      Trublood - 2011-10-28 11:10

      Yip. The fat of the land! He is indeed living the good life, while his minions are starving. When will they open their eyes and see the truth?

  • marco.tomaso - 2011-10-28 10:25

    South African headwinds at the moment are very difficult with unemployment consistently running at 25.3% and of that number 50% are age between 25 to 34year olds or in other words YOUTHS. Add to this are two particularly striking features of South African unemployment:Firstly Rural Unemployment Rates vs Urban Rates and secondly time spent out of work which at times are longer than one year or for some people not having work at any time in their lives. High unemployment tends to be rooted in high illiteracy.It's a known fact that 90% of the unemployed in South Africa are semi-literate.Nationalisation are 1970's & 80's politics so that won't work either in today's markets.So what can boost jobs South Africa's? It all starts with Businesses in South Africa.They want to boost its exports out of South Africa by pandering the South African Reserve Bank to keep the Rand weak against the US Dollar.Inflation targets of between 3-6% are good for investors which again is good for the Economy in creating jobs.Also having hosted the Worldcup last year,South africa had the property boom infrastructre which was good for Investors and gave local people jobs-most of them now marching here today. But that's gone so what other works can be created to give Malema followers some jobs? The answer is in the Automobile Sector or car-manufactoring.South Africa are producing and exporting a lot of cars to Europe and the rest of the World.Then there is Retail.Wallmart made a huge investments.

      Marion - 2011-10-28 10:37

      @ZuguZugu... You want a man for president who just a couple of years back was singing JZ's praises and was instrumental in getting him in as President. Now a few years later suddenly he is a useless president and he has too many wives and he makes babies indiscriminately and and... Shows that mashed potatoes for brains helped get him into power in the first place. Some of you folk have got a strange idea of courage. Where is the courage in organising a march? Courage is something you display in the face of danger and with his massive group of bodyguards we are all aware how little courage Julius actually has. What he did by walking all the way is show PERSEVERANCE. Now for that I will give him a thumbs up. For courage? roflmfao... @marco... If I was Wallmart I would have taken my money elsewhere. They are getting flack left right and centre about what they will be importing and the jobs that will be lost etc., while the Chinese are building 'oriental cities' etc., all over the place that are focussed on selling Chinese imports and, in locally based clothing industries, pay as little as possible. But the Chinese are our saviours and not capitalist imperialists so what the hell, let them take the country over while a major company like Wallmart, with the potential to start even more stores, gets whacked.

      Allen - 2011-10-28 11:39

      The biggest employer of people in any country is the "rag trade" industry. The manufacture of textiles and the working thereof. South Africa had a huge textile manufacturing industry with spinning mills, textile mills, cloth manufacturers and garment producers. These companies spread throughout SA and were an imployer of vast numbers of people are mostly gone! Over 1 million jobs lost!!! Where has all this industry gone to? Our Chineese friends of course who are now getting payback for helping the ANC with weapons during the "struggle". The Chineese are a serious threat to our economy in just about every industry. But we are too stupid to see what is happening! Chineese will work for a bowl of rice per day, our workers won't (and should not be expected to) The ANC must now put severe restrictions on Chineese imports of especially clothing. They must stop importing all textile related goods or put high tarrifs on these goods. Local "rag trade" companies must be allowed to regrow and flourish(and not some foreign nationals - Chineese once again - being allowed to operate these businesses)I for one insist on buying locally made clothing, but unfortunately this is getting harder to do. By sorting out just this industry will see employment for the masses. The cost to the consumer will go up, but there will be serious growth from within.

      marco.tomaso - 2011-10-28 15:02

      @Marion Walmart won't be going elsewhere very soon as it 51% acquisition of a controlling stake in South Africa's Massmart has given it a beachhead into the expanding markets of Africa.America's biggest grocer and one of the largest companies in the world deal with South Africa looks very canny. Walmart has a reputation abroad of being very aggressive in dealings with its own staff and other competitors.It is also anti-union which is a huge blow to COSATU.Walmart had net sales of more than $405bn in 2010 which is more than South Africa's entire GDP in 2010.With that one can see that it wants to dominate the African market and their supply chains and therefore a push by South Africa to derail the new EMPIRE on the continent as it were by any means necessary.Walmart pay cheap for labour below minimum wage to be exact.Positives for them though is their positive influence on small businesses and their benefit to consumers with its low prices. @Allen Spot on mate what you said about China.They the major source of cheap labor and cloners.China has the reputation for being the clone factory of the world.They have no respect for "copyright" laws either.Being a communist country,COPYRIGHT in China is irrelevant as everything belongs to the state and gets passed on to the masses.

  • Johannvw13 - 2011-10-28 10:27

    Drop and roll fatty

  • lenandiv - 2011-10-28 10:29

    Limping? What are those 'Imperialist made' shoes giving you a touch time Malema? Bloody Agents!!!

  • Herman - 2011-10-28 10:31

    Why do we have two herman, I did not comment

      Trublood - 2011-10-28 10:36

      Common name.

      Herman - 2011-10-28 10:46

      Me, I am another Herman, hallo Herman. Daar is meer as 1 Herman in SA, kan dit self nie glo nie!

      simondgie - 2011-10-28 14:00


  • Rudie - 2011-10-28 10:32

    Daai dik gat het dit nodig.

  • Bongani - 2011-10-28 10:33

    John you are the last person to call some one fat, because i do not think there is any person more fat than you. I know you friend, thanks to face book.

      Trublood - 2011-10-28 10:39

      Well fat and unhealthy, remains fat and unhealthy. And sorry to burst your bubble, but Julius is fat and unhealthy. I am certain he has a huge problem with his cholestrol as well. High risk for a heart attack! All due to his lavish lifestyle.

      Servaas - 2011-10-28 10:45

      @Bongani: Wow, you are so clever.. Facebook?? WOW

      Justan - 2011-10-28 10:48

      And thanks to common sense on all our sides we know you are an idiot.... And we don’t need Facebook (look its one word) to tell us that…… How’s it being a janitor at the UN???

      Nicolaas - 2011-10-28 14:09

      Bongani..... enjoy while you can. What ever gives you the idea that we are not ready? We might be the minority but again, please review history. In all the previous times, we were the minority too....... Hahahahahahaha

  • Ian - 2011-10-28 10:37

    ag shame let me help you fatso BANG now f off to hell

      TheRock - 2011-10-29 07:32

      His boyfriend's vibrator was still stuck up his naught.

  • Peter - 2011-10-28 10:37

    Cheap reporting. What's next? Malema just took his first sip?

      Amukelani - 2011-10-28 14:33

      oh Peter i just thought, and was amazed by the comments. The media can stir things in this country and people fall into it.

  • Sharon - 2011-10-28 10:37


  • lioneldelange - 2011-10-28 10:39

    Fatboy limping. Maybe he needs to be admitted to hospital again. Its amazing he can take part in this march after being suddenly and mysteriously admitted to hospital. Just shows you what a conman and liar he is.

  • Jomo - 2011-10-28 10:40

    Julius Malema is our future president. It's a bitter pill to swallow for haters. Long Live Malema Long Live

      Trublood - 2011-10-28 10:47

      Nah - I am sure he wont last that long. His health is going to let him down. Just look at his picture!

      Rudie - 2011-10-28 10:55

      Change your dealer .

      Paul - 2011-10-28 11:01

      Your sangoma tell you that? Wow this Africa is really keeping up with civilisation

      Marion - 2011-10-28 11:07

      @Jomo... It's going to be an even more bitter pill for all the disillusioned millions to swallow when they finally realise that he is only a fallible (very fallible nogal) man who is going to let them down just as much as every other government in the history of this country. The man's 'heroes' appear to be dictators. Do you seriously think he is going to model himself on someone else when he can model himself on them? He is not going to be your president. He is going to be the dictator that the masses overthrow. Give it time.

      sean.redmond3 - 2011-10-28 11:46

      He is sweating Blue.

      Vincent - 2011-10-28 14:51

      you more stupid than follow an idiot like that..go and learned woodwork with your buddy

      gunofmine - 2011-10-28 15:02

      @ Jomo, Long live Malema, i don't care if he dictates or whatever- democracy isn't working- poverty, unemployment... we need someone radical at these times and as anyone calls the police when something's been stolen from them, we call on Juju to take back what was stolen from us_ viva comrade!

      Judith - 2011-10-29 16:43

      I'd rather be ruled by a baked potato

      caryn.dawson - 2011-10-29 17:19

      @ gunofmine - seriously, you don't care if he dictates or (my personal favorite) whatever??? Democracy isn't working? Guess what Bud - having JuJu as your dictator sure as hell isn't going to solve your problems. How about actually applying yourself instead of trying to blame your failure and what you don't have on others - no one but you is responsible for what you don't have and even if by some miracle it was handed to you on a platter, you would squander it and probably be worse off than you are now because YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO WORK FOR ANYTHING!!! Doesn't matter what the colour of your skin is Bud - Lazy is lazy!!

      rowen.loretz - 2011-10-29 20:28

      @ Jomo...And if JuJu beomes President, guess who will clean his toilet every morning after a night of party- YOU! Cause he actually doesn't give two fart's ... im sorry , one fart ...about you.

  • colin.dovey - 2011-10-28 10:42

    My advice to you Julius? The cracks between your ANC faction and the OLD, worn out ANC are widening every day. You need to be brave enough to now TEST your actual support by starting your own party. The fact that the Minister did not come out to meet you this morning is sending a BIG message. Your only real, non-ANCYL support comes from worn-out ANC sycophants (A person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage) like Winnie the Poo, and others. Please take them with you. The political scenario will be much more pleasant. You, and your ILK, have a talent for rubbing people up the wrong way, and causing division and hatred amongst the races. We don't need people like you. The current crop are bad enough. Hamba.

  • Grant - 2011-10-28 10:42

    The Long Walk to Economic Freedom.... actually starts in the woodwork class.

  • Manie - 2011-10-28 10:43

    It's funny, cause he's FAT!!!

  • Derk - 2011-10-28 10:45

    Malema limping,tell the idiot to take the stone out of his shoe

  • shaficks - 2011-10-28 10:47 30 years old, what the hell, let him be president then, he'll only last a few years at the rate he's deteriorating... And talk about adding effect. Limping to show the "struggle" he endured hahaha.

  • Micheal - 2011-10-28 10:48 are one of those ppl that are being used by "your so called president" to further his own life while you sit in a shack with no running water or a working toilet...wake up dude...stop sitting around waiting for hand outs and work for what you want to achieve in life just like the rest of us! black or white

  • Daleen - 2011-10-28 10:48

    Walk for better education. The egg is before the chicken.

  • duwayne.goddard - 2011-10-28 10:49

    Welcome to Zimbabwe, the crap thing about you South African's is you will have no where else to run to0 when it all blows up. The rest of Africa runs to S.A, where will you run too when Malema is president and you realize its too late to stop this guy. You are supporting an idiot who only thought about himself but uses big words to lie to you. Take the farms, nationalize those mines be like the rest of Africa. You are not immune to the virus of African politics

  • Jaco - 2011-10-28 10:52

    What a useless actor he is.

  • Michelle - 2011-10-28 10:54

    Limping like those kids on street corners, fake! No sympathy for you, fatboy!

  • Dumisani - 2011-10-28 10:54

    news24 keeps posting the same story, just with a different title and 2 new sentences. neh this is not on!

  • michael.e.bowery - 2011-10-28 10:54

    I doubt whether we will see Julius doing the Comrades next year. (No pun intended. It may be the early onset of gout and result of his R400,000 bashes plus the most expensive champagne and wine to go with it. The `truck pick-ups' were predictable for a youngster whose never worked hard in his life let alone walked. Next the beret and badge will no doubt have beneath it worn by its bearer, the obligatory revolutionary tunic to complete the Che Guevera image. Unfortunately for him he's just a copycat nothing original.

      Kevin - 2011-10-28 14:27

      I think he will do as many comrades as he can

  • Richard - 2011-10-28 10:55

    Love the way Nandos is the page sponsor...

  • betsie.ackerman - 2011-10-28 10:59

    dis van vetgatgeit dat hy limp!

  • foxiloxi - 2011-10-28 10:59

    Julius told all the supporters to tell the press they want to live like white people, can i go on a march and demand a lifestyle like Julius? They are more than welcome to my lifestyle if I can have his:-) He is a disgusting creature of the worst sort!!

  • Arlene - 2011-10-28 11:02

    @zuguzugu,im from cape town and i would never marry him and i dnt thnk any girl would want to anyway.And besides he`ll never be president of south africa!this country would be the worst than apartheid if he has to be.....

  • EyesEars - 2011-10-28 11:02

    @ZuguZugu: What are you smoking? I understand that you want to create a whole new race which as a matter of fact has been in existence for years, but geez, don't you get tired of wanting and wanting more and more. Focus on how you can be a positive influence on your on race. There can be no greater pride, than building your own and be part of it. All of us were created with specific features, not to be ashamed of. Why mess it up? For the sake of a "new" generation? You don't see a zebra and a lion mix. Do you? Come on! Get a grip!

  • Carlin - 2011-10-28 11:04

    Perhaps one day (one can barely hope) these "youths" will learn that economic freedom is not gained through marches or symbolic gestures, but through hard work and astute business practices.

      Micheal - 2011-10-28 11:18

      even if i had an iq of 200 i wouldt have been able to put it any better!!

  • kmphasha - 2011-10-28 11:05

    Roar!!! Young Lion Roar!!!! Viva!!! Cde Julius “Juju” Malema Viva!!!! You can call Him names you can wish him all bad things the bottom line is one day He will be South African President. Viva!!! Economic Freedom Fighter Viva!!!!

      Trublood - 2011-10-28 11:14

      LOL! Economic Freedom Fighter! He has already won his battle for economic freedom by delving deep into the state coffers!

      Marion - 2011-10-28 11:16

      Roar!!! Young Lion Roar!!! Empty vessels make the most noise. Roar !!! Young Lion Roar!!! while you're protected by your half dozen heavily armed bodyguards - you are brave as a mouse. Watch out for the cat!!! The fat cat!!!

      raath - 2011-10-28 11:28

      Who wrote this for you?

      Judith - 2011-10-29 17:28


  • Emil - 2011-10-28 11:05

    The irony of all this, is that my son, who was born in 1993, is busy writing his first matric maths paper at this very moment. He is hoping to do well, as he has spent many and long hours preparing - over a period of 12 years. Unfortunately he will not be in line for a bursary. He might not be able to study towards a degree of choice. And he may one day be overlooked as the best applicant for a job. Why? Because of the colour of his skin. Now I wonder how many of the Malema marchers are between 17 and 19 years old ? They, since 1994, and even before then, had all the opportunity in the world to finish matric - with maths. A person of colour today, who does well in matric can pick and choose from numerous bursaries available. Once he/she graduates, he / she once again can send CV's to many, many employers who will compete to appoint a talented person of colour. I am asking again - why are the marchers between 18 and 19 not busy writing maths? What do they want from life if they made a decision not to take their schoolyears seriously ? Your future is about choices YOU make... it is notanybody els's fault !

  • Victor - 2011-10-28 11:10

    Hola Juju man i admire this dude's courage and action...If those that opposed him had the same desire then this country would be interesting indeed

  • Michael - 2011-10-28 11:11

    How i see it, The people marching peacefully = they have every right Malema not being fit but pushing on = determination People hoping that the march would fail = weak real effin weak people commenting on Malema's weight = bullies Malema using the march for his own good(debatable) = very bad

      Trublood - 2011-10-28 11:20

      He is fat. It is a fact. What is wrong with calling a spade a spade. If he wants a career in politics, he needs to start looking after himself, as at this rate he aint going to see 35.

      Michael - 2011-10-28 11:42

      Malema has weight issues but since when is it ok to tease fat people he he,nway people are riding on this "malema lard thing just to make them feel better after the success of the march. "hey malema got into the truck' so what? he has completed 80% of the march marching!

  • Micheal - 2011-10-28 11:13

    also...please explain this to can a 57year old women belong to the YOUTH LEAGUE or the fact that juliarse is 30 summing and still YOUTH league president ?!

  • Trublood - 2011-10-28 11:18

    Just saw on Etv that Julius claims he could not walk the whole way, as the police "recieved some information", and instructed him to get into a car...

  • Francois - 2011-10-28 11:20

    "We will fight" and "we will go to war" bla, bla, bla. This will be a very short fight and war if you cant even walk a few kilo's fatboy.

      Micheal - 2011-10-28 11:48

      nooit bra! die moegoe sal lat die 50 summing jaar ou mense ini youth league en hulle kinders kry om vir hom lood pille te eet!

  • Grant - 2011-10-28 11:20

    The good life taking its toll…. GOUT! Keep on limping…

  • Dean - 2011-10-28 11:21

    Limp some more u fat f.......

      Kabelo - 2011-10-28 13:08

      I presume the f...... stands for future president.

  • Narike - 2011-10-28 11:21

    Limping Malema,limping Malema… to the tune of 'Waltzing Matilda'

  • Micheal - 2011-10-28 11:22

    see...the saddest thing of all is that YOU my friend are one of the ppl being used by this bigot to enrich his own life!! wake up and smell the coffee...before it is to late...and we all wake up to the smell of gun powder! work for what you want poephol! just like i have!

  • Dean - 2011-10-28 11:24 that the MICHELIN man...?? oh wait no, he is wearing yellow - not white... its JuliASS, the 30-something-year-old "youth"

      Micheal - 2011-10-28 11:51

      haha Dean...he reminds of Big Bird with that yellow shirt....haha stooomak out chest in!

  • Llewellyn - 2011-10-28 11:26

    He look like a version of homer simpson

      Pieter Olivier - 2011-10-28 11:39

      I thought so too :-)

  • Jeanne - 2011-10-28 11:27

    he's doing incredibly well for a man who was admitted to hospital two weeks ago... go juju!

  • Had - 2011-10-28 11:28

    Is limp brain has spread to his leg.

      raath - 2011-10-28 11:41

      what brain?

  • Myth - 2011-10-28 11:31

    Limping hey? Nice touch but no sympathy vote from me, it is entirely self inflicted as this whole scenario is. Get a life ANCYL.

  • Francois - 2011-10-28 11:33

    Being in hospital while he had to attend his hearing had nothing to do with a medical condition. It was a trick he got from comorade Shaik.

  • jjlambrechts - 2011-10-28 11:35

    jis check daai pens!!!