Limpopo ANCWL backs Malema

2011-07-27 07:49

Polokwane - The ANC Women's League (ANCWL) in Limpopo will remain convinced that ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has done nothing illegal until proven otherwise, it said on Tuesday.

The ANCWL would remain steadfast in its unwavering support of Malema and "no amount of media diversions will deter us from doing so", said provincial secretary Maleke Mokganyetji.

The City Press reported on Sunday that Malema and his benefactors were using a family trust to fund his lifestyle.

The Ratanang Family Trust was reportedly registered at the Office of the Master of the High Court in Pretoria in 2008, just weeks after Malema was first elected president of the ANCYL.

Malema, who is from Limpopo, is also reportedly building a R16m house in Johannesburg and drives an expensive car.

Campaign to discredit Malema

Mokganyetji said attacks on Malema were part of a campaign to discredit him politically and divert attention from the radical economic policy programmes the ANCYL adopted at its last national congress.

"If indeed there is any substance in these allegations, why are these faceless people not reporting the case against to the police?" she asked.

"Why do they report these allegations to the newspapers? Since when have newspapers become police stations?"

It was clear that the allegations were being made in the media to tarnish the image of the ANCYL and the ANC government in Limpopo, said Mokganyetji.

She said the existence of the trust fund had never been a secret.

"It has been registered like any other trust.... Presenting the trust as a secret is sensationalism at its best."

  • 1gascan - 2011-07-27 07:54

    Blah blah blah...

      paulf - 2011-07-27 08:08

      Birds of a feather will always flock together. Of course they will support him as the ANC in General are all corrupt!!!

      paulf - 2011-07-27 08:25

      Please read this from Mbeki blasting Zuma and Juju.

      Mamasila - 2011-07-27 08:26

      you 1Gascan go to sleep

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 08:32

      The ladies are supporting the lady-boy

      jds - 2011-07-27 08:32

      I am amazed at the lack of common sense in south africa at the moment!!

      LilGhettoBoy - 2011-07-27 08:34

      Malema is indeed not the only person involved, because he can't give tenders away. Some of these ANCWL members are surely high up in the Limpopo government and are shivering, knowing that soon all of them will be investigated. So there must be a complete probe in all the government departments in Limpopo and all those who are involved in issuing tenders, finances and those of their family and relatives should be investigated. This is surely a big thing and could be happening in all the provinces.

      amdisgusted - 2011-07-27 08:55

      @daaivarksetier - he has to bribe them, can't see anyone naturally liking this! UGH!

      1gascan - 2011-07-27 09:01

      @Mamasila - Wena udelela... I will not "close the shutters" on my eyes and "fall asleep" like you lot. Open YOUR eyes and see everything as it is - although I suppose this is a bit difficult when you are brainwashed hey? It seems like I hit a sensitive spot there in order to get a response like that from you huh?

      McDaNife - 2011-07-27 09:05

      All these league peepool are idiots, they will never learn. Let Malema keep screwing them while he lives in luxury from their funds.

      Creeky - 2011-07-27 09:08

      Same as when Zuma was up for RAPE.... the SILENCE FROM THE ANCWL was DEAFENING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! daaivarksetier.... Malema is GAY... is NOT into WOMAN!

      peter the gr - 2011-07-27 09:10

      This was to be expected, the wont vote against him, maybe the can stay at his Mansion (once its finish)

      jds - 2011-07-27 09:20

      @simodi-And you will be the first one to welcome them!!Who is the boeremag in this day and age?or are you stereotiping white people?racist!!

      jds - 2011-07-27 09:21


      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 09:25

      @ Creeky - with Malema being a gay, and going by News24's story yesterday, I'm surprised he's not building a house in Durban :-)

      Virginia - 2011-07-27 09:41

      Simodi, I am reading a lot of comments by you idiotic ANC voter this morning, no wonder this country is in such a mess. Africa is a cesspool because of people like you, start thinking like a educated and sane person. I do now understand why the majority of people in this country will never mix, we think quite differently.

      Bidartbru - 2011-07-27 09:46

      Just another cluster fck of retards that believe that anybody gives a flying f**k about what they think.

      Teemachine - 2011-07-27 10:20

      @simodi You are awesome my friend. Spewing out your youth league propagandist hate speech. The catch phrases are great apart from the spelling errors. Viva incompetent African leaders Viva!!!

      Dominic - 2011-07-27 10:25

      Now I understand how damaged these people are, regardless of whether it was done by apartheid, the tokoloshe or malnutrition. They are totally unable to comprehend ethics.

      Politicallycorrect - 2011-07-27 10:46

      Well said paulf, you took it right out of my mouth.

      The Wonderer - 2011-07-27 11:15

      So Malema insults woman, calls them tea ladies & yet ANCWL supports him?!? Go figure!

      The Wonderer - 2011-07-27 11:18

      The ANC made use of the media to tell the world of apartheid, yet when the ANCs wrong doing is reported in the media, it's wrong?? Malema uses the media to spread his racism, yet the ANCWL is attacking the media?? Seems only ok to use the media when it suits them...

      The Wonderer - 2011-07-27 11:18

      So Malema insults woman, calls them tea ladies & yet ANCWL supports him?!? Go figure!

      The Wonderer - 2011-07-27 11:18

      The ANC made use of the media to tell the world of apartheid, yet when the ANCs wrong doing is reported in the media, it's wrong?? Malema uses the media to spread his racism, yet the ANCWL is attacking the media?? Seems only ok to use the media when it suits them...

      paulf - 2011-07-27 11:34

      Check this out. You are morally corrupt.

      1boer1taxi - 2011-07-27 12:46

      Viva RaPE Viva

      StBad - 2011-07-27 16:56

      How can they be convinced of something they have no insight into... blind loyalty!

  • johan - 2011-07-27 07:56


      Creeky - 2011-07-27 09:10

      Johan.......... the ANCWL CETAINLY do not SMELL OF ROSES!!!!!! They wear a new ANC backed antipersperant called "YOU'RE THE KAIYA" Made up of a Delicate blend of WOOD SMOKE AND SWEAT!

      simodi - 2011-07-27 09:14

      only jelousy will make u say that admit ur racist.

      Chillepeppa - 2011-07-27 09:32

      @simodi, Takes one to know one... you go first.

      SamuelMabena - 2011-07-27 09:38

      Just shocking what our beautiful country is becoming. Uneducated, unemployed criminals running riot !!! So sad to think what we are headed for if the militant ANCYL have their way. Here's a sad example from Hungary:

      Creeky - 2011-07-27 11:45

      simodi... nothing raCIST IN MY COMMENT/ JOKE!

      Illuminated - 2011-07-27 12:39

      corruption and bribery is part of African culture... so they see nothing wrong with enriching themselves at the expense of others... they know no different...

      SpaceFrog - 2011-07-27 16:53

      Simodi....your a racist

  • Felix - 2011-07-27 07:58

    Message for ANCWL: When you get caught with your hand in the cookie jar it is your fault, not the person who caught you.

      Chika01 - 2011-07-27 08:53

      Agreed. The problem is that if one aspect of this very flimsy stack of lies gets pulled the whole idea & ideoligy that the ANC is based on will come apart. The fear is that the masses will see & understand how coruppt the ANC has become. Malema is the mascot that shouts and rallys the poor behind the ANC. The masse rally for the promice of a better life and if Malema is proven to have essencialy stolen from the poor & lied to the masses we can only guess and hope at the responce from them. Malema is a linshpin and without his lies the ANC is weaker. The truth will out and that is what the ANC fears the most is the TRUTH.

      Jannie - 2011-07-27 09:22

      I wonder what is the real purpose of the Secrecy Act? What are they trying to hide?Surely not the secrets of Malema and ANCWL? I don't think the WL wants to hide anything because they are not ashamed of their weight and any woman who is so unashamed will surely not hide anything else.

  • photonic - 2011-07-27 08:00

    Morons, it's not about the secrecy of it's existence, it's about where the money is coming from. Will you idiots visit him in jail I wonder?

      sganja - 2011-07-27 08:07

      No one is going to jail mate.

      photonic - 2011-07-27 08:30

      @Notbuyinface. He has not revealed the source, that's the whole point. You cannot live the lifestyle he lives on the salary he gets (notice, I did not say earns) so there has to be other sources of income, BIG sources of income in fact. I don't believe everything I read in the Imperialist (not Emperialist) media (learn how to spell big words before you use them - do you even know what it means?). You on the other hand believe everything the ANC tells you. I wonder who is the real moron here....

      amdisgusted - 2011-07-27 08:53

      @sganja & notbuyinface - A thief is a thief is a thief. This uneducated 'fool' is ancyl 'ROBBING HOODS' president and, opened his big fat mouth with the approval of the ancorrupted, once too often. If he is doing exactly what his henchmen said, then why is he in hiding, COWARD. The rude pig did not hide when he swore at journalists and lord knows who else. Also, as long as he is ancyl 'robbing hoods' president and opens his big mouth in public, HE WILL ANSWER TO THE PUBLIC, THAT IS OUR MONEY HE MESSED WITH!

      DeonL - 2011-07-27 09:00

      It seems like he is heading for jail, at worst Shaik will get a new partner at golf.

      Jannie - 2011-07-27 09:29

      Dubulamaburu - Just make sure you keep enough money for transport Because Malema will surely not pick you up when he passes you standing hiking next to the road or when the Gravy Train passes you.

      Notbuyinface - 2011-07-27 09:31

      Which lifestyle are you talking about. You dont even know how much he earns from the ANC, just believed Emperialist reports of R20 000 per month. We pay him way too much. He does not need to be poor to represnt the poor.

      BroederBond - 2011-07-27 09:46

      @Notbuyinface, lets think(dont know if you can) about this for a minute, you say the Imperialists say he earns R20 000 a month, not too sure if Juju is one cause he himself has confirmed his R20 000 a month salary from the ANCYL. idiot. this is the REAL reason the ANC wants this secrecy bill passed, to cover up their corrupt ways, i will never understand why you people support a bunch of theives who steal moneyu designated for the poor..............#mindboggling if you ask me.

      Spyker May - 2011-07-27 12:04

      Notbuyinface, Not sure what is more entertaining.., A. The “poor” (who btw almost all seems to be beneficiaries of the NYDA, squandering white tax payer’s money on loans that NEVER get paid back – official reports: > 85% of loans NEVER get paid back) has made a full u-turn on the IMPERIALIST aspirations of their “leaders” – ie you have to be an Imperialist yourself, to be able to fight imperialism. Its like saying: “I will combat murder by committing suicide...” Ha, ha.., only in Africa! or B. How successful the “leaders of the poor” have been at enriching themselves while making the poor even poorer. After 17 years of ANC rule, the average black person has less than under Apartheid – much like the rest of Africa after colonisation. It is therefore evident that you must be a complete idiot before you can choose an “African Leader”. In fact if you are not a blithering idiot you will never succeed in electing a leader in Africa – eg the reason the DA cannot muster a decent opposition in Africa. Can you imagine for one second that an average white European will sit next to his stone-age hut, or his dilapidated little shoe-box RDP house, watching over his skinny goats feeding off the arid land, while his “leaders” are bathing in the opulence of milk-and-honey..? ONE CHANCE..! That my feckless foe, is what separates your kind from mine – the bit between the ears. PS: what do you think is the skin-colour of Malema’s servants..? Go figure..!!

      Neles - 2011-07-27 14:02

      lol @ superior idiot above

  • mik - 2011-07-27 08:00

    They all stand by him because they all get kickbacks. He probably said 'If I go down you are all going with me!!!' He knows too much on other politicians' corrupt behaviour thats why nothing will happen to him!!

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  • Aish - 2011-07-27 08:01

    Of course you will back him, without him you are nothing, and you will lose the gravy train. But alas, I think Juju will be a free man :(

      sganja - 2011-07-27 08:08

      Yes Juju will always be free.

      Kenno - 2011-07-27 08:58 are really one of the more stupid people on these sites. You dont like only support him because more intelligent, honest people want him brought to book. Do you think he is going to share his ill gotten gains with you?? Wake up dumb dumb!

      Abram - 2012-01-23 16:38

      New24 can fool people sometimes but not all the people all the time.Juju will always be free

  • nn.prv - 2011-07-27 08:03

    Obvious !!

  • daaivarksetier - 2011-07-27 08:04

    Yes well this is what you get when you have a corrupt ANCYL Pres. he bribed woman for a nite stay over in his R16mil house and give them some of his trust fund money. He also said he want his nob polished and he want to do some carpet munching also, if they back him he will have their backs.

      biskit - 2011-07-27 08:26

      What trust?? What sort of TRUST fund is corrupt lying cheating and thieving? Its a crook fund!!

  • scott - 2011-07-27 08:05

    It has been reported to the police.idiots. If you can call the Hawks,police.

      Jannie - 2011-07-27 09:35

      According to the news yesterday they are still thinking if they will investigate. I thought it was clear that he should be investigated, even if just to prove his innocence. What are they thinking of?

  • bumblebee - 2011-07-27 08:07

    The "women's league" didn’t support the woman Zuma raped either … what more can I say!

      Kgaogelo - 2011-07-27 10:04

      There has never been a case,that woman was used by your fellows to set Zuma up. I think she had a nice time.

      Gustav Harmse - 2011-07-27 12:18

      Yes agree and our "Friend" kgaogelo with his bling suite will always support rape, corruption it is only a few that are able to shake-off their inherent nature to steal, bribe be bribed and rape destroy and demand

      The Observer - 2011-07-27 13:02

      Kgaogelo- Culture thing I guess?

  • Notbuyinface - 2011-07-27 08:08

    Since when is having a trust a crime, or is it a crime because a darkie has a trust fund. Fair question why did they not go to the police?

      cj - 2011-07-27 08:21

      You clearly have not read the reports. Its not a crime to have a trust, and no-one has said that. Its corruption if you use a trust ( or any vehicle ) to receive money from businessmen who pay you to use your influence to get tenders for them. Also, you cannot receive :charity donations" without being registered as a charity organization, with a certificate entitling you to receive donations.Such registered charities can then be audited regularly to make sure its not a scam or that the donations aren't abused for personal gain.Its really not difficult to understand.

      Janine - 2011-07-27 08:28

      The Hawks have been notified.

      photonic - 2011-07-27 08:34

      @cj Maybe not difficult for you and I to understand but even if you put hard solid evidence of wrongdoing in front of Malenoma,s supporters they would still swear to his innocence

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 08:42

      @ photonic - Malema could walk up to his supporters, pickpocket their wallets in full view, shout "F-u" in their faces while spitting out caviar, and they'd still defend him. Eish...

      Kenko - 2011-07-27 09:02

      Having a trust is no crime. For any person of any colour. Having funds deposited into that trust for political favours or tender fraud is a crime. They did go to the police, it's all over the news. Tell me, if Malema is found guilty of corruption, will you still support him? THAT is a fair question.

      DeonL - 2011-07-27 09:03

      It is a crime when you don't declare all your income to Sars. It is also a crime when you get kickbacks from helping people in getting tenders.

      Albo - 2011-07-27 09:08

      ummmmm - is`nt the POLICE BOSS under full investigation too? You can always try the Interpol police boss - oh sorry, forgot - he was fired for corruption as well. You can then go to.......I`m lost

      Wayne - 2011-07-27 09:12

      @Notbuyinface - Your stupidity should be crime

      Notbuyinface - 2011-07-27 09:35

      Its not City press who went to the police. its Afriforum who heard someone who read the City Press. City Press is not confident, thats why they choose to scandise.

      Spyker May - 2011-07-27 12:08

      Notbuyinface, I will repeat the one question you persistently fail to answer: What is the skin-colour of Malema’s servants..? Go figure..,

      Gustav Harmse - 2011-07-27 12:20

      Really is that your only response "because he is a darkie" WTF

  • Mistypogo - 2011-07-27 08:08

    I wish that the youths who belong to the ANCYL would realise that if the mines and land are nationalised they will not benefit at all. It will all go into the pockets of Malema, the ANC and their cronies. Show me which african continent where the population has benefitted from natiobalisation. The leaders have become very wealthy.

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 08:42

      I wish for the same thing. Nationalising NEVER liberates anyone.

      willieman - 2011-07-27 12:42

      The problem here is you dealing with people who operate on HEARSAY POLITICS THEY DO NOT READ

  • patrickb - 2011-07-27 08:08

    Oh my God, there is a womens league as well!!!!!!!!! How about: ANCRL....ANC RETARD LEAGUE

      Felix - 2011-07-27 08:17

      That would be redundant.

      Kenpachi - 2011-07-27 08:23

      Or ANCTL "ANC Thief League" everybody in the ANC will be a memba

      photonic - 2011-07-27 08:36

      @Felix. LOL, I like that chirp

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 08:43

      ANCYL = Another Nasty Corrupt Young Lout

      Chillepeppa - 2011-07-27 08:53

      @Matt It's 'loser, not lout...

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 09:02

      @ Chillepeppa - forgive me :-) Liar would've been better hey

      Kenno - 2011-07-27 09:03

      @Patrickb there is one. It is headed by J Zuma!!

      Creeky - 2011-07-27 09:16

      CHIRP OF THE DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! One becomes a member of the ANCRL, after your stinit in the Youth League... ROFLMWAO!!!!!!!!

      Jannie - 2011-07-27 09:42

      Don't you know, being a member of any ANC movement automatically qualifies you for full membership of the ANCRL? Just be careful, they may offer you membership if you did not know of their existence.

      umhlopo - 2011-07-27 20:01

      ancrl,isnt that the league that controls them both

  • Mike - 2011-07-27 08:08

    Ja well, considering the leader of the ANCWL is a dodgy character anyway, it's not surprising they back their boetie. They are all thick as thieves with not a single ounce of morality to share between them!

      paulf - 2011-07-27 08:46

      Well said Mike, I agree with you whole heartedly.

      willieman - 2011-07-27 12:43

      Mike,this ancwl they never commented when Madobela was harrased,this people are cowards

  • 50something - 2011-07-27 08:09

    "If indeed there is any substance in these allegations, why are these faceless people not reporting the case against to the police?" she asked" OML - The case had been reported to police on Sunday already and is now with the HAWKS sister - waky waky!! The ANCWL (and not the ANCYL) as the reported erroneously stated, also supported Zuma in his rape case and as president - that says it all.

      leroy john - 2011-07-27 09:55

      @ 50something, i totally agree with you, maybe the ANC members are reading lastweek sundays news paper. LOL

  • adrian - 2011-07-27 08:13

    Two questions....If everything was above board, why did Julius need to have a trust in a different name ? Why did he not just use his own bank account like the rest of us do ? The answer.... He wanted to hide it...simple. A normal poor person, as he calls himself, would not need a trust for tax purposes, so why register one ?

      Ozymandios - 2011-07-27 08:42

      If everything was above board why did he try to get the article squashed by the courts? If he is so innocent, as he claims, then stand back and let everyone investigate. He keeps saying that he has nothing to hide so why all the drama? Let SARS investigate and the Hawks. He should know they won't ship him and that they'll cover for him. But maybe even this scam won't be able to be brushed under the carpet. I think thats why he got the sreaming hab-jabs when he found out what is going to happen.

  • Drewster - 2011-07-27 08:14

    Of the 50 mill people in this country is he the best the ANC can come up with? What a pathetic organisation.

  • Newsferret - 2011-07-27 08:14

    What? ,,,, the radical economic policy programmes the ANCYL adopted ...." translates into English as Malema's lavish life style.

  • Zwanga - 2011-07-27 08:17

    Questions and Answers: 1. Where do you report when you suspect that a person is involved in corruption? Answer = Law Enforcement Agencies 2. Can the Family Trust Fund be registered and kept secret? Answer = Not in South Africa, all trust funds are registered at High Court 3. Is Julius Malema a public representative? Answer = No, he is not a public representative but he is Public figure 4. Why business people are depositing money into his account? Answer = They strongly believe that Julius is influential to public representatives and that it would be easy for them to get tenders if they are seen to be associated with him 5. Does the Public Protector has the mandate to investigate public figures? Answer = There is thin line here, Julius is not a Public representative. 6. Why these notice? Answer = Media sensationalism and political games.

      EuropeanAfrican - 2011-07-27 08:56

      @Zwanga. You just confirmed that he is a criminal! Read your point 4 again... To accept money to influence tender results is illegal! Dumb ass!

      NEWDADUDE - 2011-07-27 09:02

      @EUROPEANAFRICAN-Zwangas post goes to show the average intellect of anc and yoof leeg supporters. They cannot tell the difference between right and wrong, legal and illegal, corruption and ethical business practices.

      Zwanga - 2011-07-27 09:08

      I am not going to come down to your level, neither will i call you names. As far I know, something 'illegal' is when you do something that is against the law. Firstly, you define the law set to govern a particular issue and then you check whether an individual has gone against such law. It is a simple matter. It becomes illegal. If there is any other form of definition of illegal, I have not yet come across such. Again Mr. socalled EuropeanAfrican, i think you are hitting the target but unfortunately you are missing the spot. Period!!!!

      Zwanga - 2011-07-27 09:20

      @NEWDADUDE - Your comment is predictable and you are not offering anything new. We must agree to disagree in a respectable manner and your ranting leaves much to be desired. Ride on brother/sister, the only thing I can do for you is to pray that God help you in your thinking ability. It is definately letting you down. If there is anything you miss the most, it probably your brain. Everyone has the right to be stupid or ignorant, I think you are abusing the previledge.

      GT - 2011-07-27 09:31

      Zwanga - here is the law (which would have most of the ANC top dogs in prison if they ever bothered to use it.) Julius is without question a highly influential person. He holds most of that power in Limpopo. He is getting kickbacks and commission on tenders which is HIGHLY illegal and subject to 15 years MINIMUM in prison. Trust law imposes strict duties on Trustees, who are fully accountable to the Beneficiaries and are not permitted to receive any benefit at all unless the Trust Instrument expressly permits it. A Trust can also have a Protector, who is not a Trustee, but whose consent is required before the Trustees exercise certain key powers, such as making a distribution of capital. The Settlor's family friend or personal adviser may be appointed as Protector, to keep an eye on the Trust after the Settlor's death and to advise the Trustees on family circumstances. Do you think the above applies to the way your dear leader is behaving? Wake up man, there are better people in South Africa to take this country forward. Don't hang your hat on a palooka like this man

      The Observer - 2011-07-27 13:12

      Zwanga, You forgot so many other things that play a role here. Firstly there is the tender issue. You tried to cover that but poorly, I’m glad you not my legal adviser. The point most informed people make is not only the tender issue but where is the taxes paid for the donations he received. They also want SARS to investigate hence the life style audit (to make it simple for u income = expenditure). You are only allowed so much tax free donations a year, then you have to pay tax. Then also something that bothers me is that no one has touched on the point that some of the monies are for charity initiatives, you are not allowed to use money intended for charity, also fraud. No matter how you spin this he is at fault, whether or not he’ll be prosecuted is a different story.

  • Lauren - 2011-07-27 08:18

    Who cares what they say? Talk is cheap. Walk the big walk now, big boy.

  • Mlu - 2011-07-27 08:23

    Foreign direct investment in South Africa is down 70% since Juju started preaching nationalisation. Surprisingly, his bank account has not suffered that much and is now building a R16 million mansion!! You go Juju. Enjoy it whilst it lasts.

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 09:21

      Not to mention companies are getting loath to invest more in SA because of the strikes, because having salaries go up 10-15% a year makes SA uncompetitive... you can see in the shops that various imported EU goods are the same price as local stuff, and Shoprite-Checkers sells stuff from India and Brazil which is FAR cheaper than local stuff...

  • Jou - 2011-07-27 08:24

    so ??? sh**t is attracted to sh**t !!

  • Mamasila - 2011-07-27 08:24

    i wonder if this people will ever leave our black diamond(Malema) alone? let the man alone please.

      mzanzirules - 2011-07-27 08:28

      Sorry ne, he's no black diamond or any or any other gem for that matter.... ok maybe a comedy gem....

      EuropeanAfrican - 2011-07-27 08:52

      black diamond??? HAHAHA!! You have a warped sense of reality and are as thick as concrete! Dumb-ass!

      Totman - 2011-07-27 09:10

      Just for interest sake. A black diamond is one of the lowest, if not the lowest, diamonds in value. Everyone likes it because it shine nicely, but carriers the minimum value. It must be really big and flawless to have good value. It mostly get cut up and be USED BY OTHER for other purposes. They tend to make a person exited when discover, but when taken to the market you get disappointed. I must agree your observation is good by drawing this resemblance.

      LadySphinx - 2011-07-27 09:23

      There's a difference between diamonds and coal but I guess that is to hard for you to understand. By the way anything dumber than a Malema supporter has to be watered.

  • NEWDADUDE - 2011-07-27 08:26

    No the media is exposing Malema for the corrupt thief and liar he is and to expose the "economic poloicies" of the Yoof Leeg as the joke they are!! How can a man who fails woodwork come up or even implement economic policies. Except of course if it is being done through his charitable above board and fully transparent trust fund. As the Afrikaaners say : soort soek soort.

  • Pencilgraffiti - 2011-07-27 08:26

    If the people can't criticise our own government, and yes Malema is Government - he has more corporate dealings in it than most, then our future is lost. We all accept the idea that our government is rife with corruption yet everyone keeps backing the leaders blindly. And the fact that any women's league supports Malema after what he's said and done assures me that our Women's league's leaders are just as corrupt as him.

  • EuropeanAfrican - 2011-07-27 08:27

    I knew Julius Malema supporters are stupid but you ladies just took the cake for morons of the year!! How stupid can you be?? My dog has more common sense than a Julius Malema supporter!! The day he gets locked up for fraud is the day this country will take a step in the right direction. On that day I will be partying none stop!

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 08:45

      Can your dog run for ANCYL president instead? Granted, there wouldn't be much difference between your dog barking like mad and the current ANCYL thugs barking like mad down the microphones... but at least your dog wouldn't spend R16m on building a new dog kennel. Juju = inja!

  • Kenko - 2011-07-27 08:27

    Anything that starts with ANC will allways support everything else that starts with ANC. So this is no surprise.

  • HumanKind - 2011-07-27 08:28

    He must use these woman, and parade them with Sushi on their naked bellies. What a disgusting sight it will be

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 08:46

      Dude, I just had breakfast...

  • Mordor-isSA - 2011-07-27 08:29

    A bitch dog will always defend a black dog. Fact!!

  • LilGhettoBoy - 2011-07-27 08:32

    Malema is indeed not the only person involved, because he can't give tenders away. Some of these ANCWL members are surely high up in the Limpopo government and are shivering, knowing that soon all of them will be investigated. So there must be a complete probe in all the government departments in Limpopo and all those who are involved in issuing tenders, finances and those of their family and relatives should be investigated. This is surely a big thing and could be happening in all the provinces.

  • Jakkals - 2011-07-27 08:32

    Ek wonder wat is die klomp se IK? Want as jy nie deur sy planne kan sien nie dan moet jy rerig rerig, baie bitter grond dom wees.

  • JadedJay - 2011-07-27 08:34

    Yeah....these are Winnie's b**ches right? Would not have expected anything else, especially by representatives of a race that treats its women like dirt? Not surprised at all.

  • Susan - 2011-07-27 08:35

    So lets prove otherwise then...

  • Ross - 2011-07-27 08:35

    E-TV the Indian run station seems to be gunning for Julius our future President.

      EuropeanAfrican - 2011-07-27 08:51

      Have you got something against Indian's? And bye the way... it's not just etv gunning for his fat ass... Have you read the Sowetan this morning? Luckily we have a few educated blacks in this country that will show the uneducated masses (like you) who Julius Malema really is.

      Currie_Mafia - 2011-07-27 14:13

      Ross, refrain from being a toss...

  • Khatman - 2011-07-27 08:35

    Leave the future president alone, or better support him to lead us into the future. We cannot go ahead if everybody complains the hole time.

      EuropeanAfrican - 2011-07-27 08:45

      And you my man are as thick as concrete...

      mzanzirules - 2011-07-27 09:13

      I'm happy for you.... you seriously wnat Juju to be your president and how will that benefit you and your family? Is Julius going to give you a job? Fix the economy, build schools, stam out corruption? Somehow I doubt it enventhough I hope I'm wrong....

  • Jou Ma - 2011-07-27 08:35

  • K_za - 2011-07-27 08:36

    Discredit Malema??? What part of the truth is not hitting home? Eish!

  • Ozymandios - 2011-07-27 08:37

    Registering a Turst Fund is NOT illegal but how you use it can determine if it is being exploited. Why should the Newspapers not report it? It's in the public interest to know what this public figure is up to - just like Malema wants the public to hear him at every given chance so whats good for the Goose is good for the Gander. He wants fame he can get it. As to how that fame is achieved cannot be negotiated. And if it is negative then tough s*&%$ on you Juliarse. And just for your own account Ms Maleke, Afriforum have taken it to the Police so whats your bitch about now? You live by the sword you die by it. You lie and deceive your voters and one day the voters when they find out ( if they have the brains to do so) will do more than just deceive and lie to you. TIA: This is Africa - and your own folk have a rather uncivilised way of settling such deceit.

  • Chris - 2011-07-27 08:41

    Let him eat our money and I wish he could be building R50 M house. If it is registered, then it is legal and let it run. Please give me the trust account number so I can deposit more cash in it

  • Wizard101 - 2011-07-27 08:42

    S.S.D.D (Shame Shit Different Day)

  • Dubulamaburu - 2011-07-27 08:45

    I am also 120% behind this boy...they are trying to discredit our president this as$holes...Like any other trust the trust is registered..why cant they also investigate Nelson Mandela trust, Zuma's trust...hands off our president b i echeeeee

      EuropeanAfrican - 2011-07-27 08:47

      You are also as thick as concrete! To have a trust fund is not illegal, but to have a trust fund where you accept bribes for tenders is illegal. Rather read up some more on the subject to evade further embarrassment you moron!

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 08:49

      @ Dubula-ANC - My late stepdad knew a chap in Durban who had a car crash because of a councillor. He went to claim damages and they handed him a cheque - courtesy of the Nelson Mandela Childrens Fund. Yes, all the gullible people donating money intended for children, ends up paying for the incompetence of ANC pigs who can't drive. Doesn't that just make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside...

      DeonL - 2011-07-27 09:09

      Witholding tax money is a big probability in this case. Tax evasion is a criminal offense, so is receiving money for getting tenders (corruption).

  • Biko Lives - 2011-07-27 08:45

    Funny how the world forgets that in 2002 the DA took a big hit when German fugitive Jurgen Harksen said he'd made large donations to the party. Up to this day the DA will fight tooth and nail to reveal who their party funders are and I do not see any Afriforum knocking in their door for explainations! What a sad day in the continent where to be black it is a curse!!

      Felix - 2011-07-27 08:59

      You do realize if fat boy was preaching acceptance and unity no-one would cause him any trouble. He has chosen the side of evil and it is the moral duty of every peace loving human to make sure his nazi ideals never materialize. Please stop trying to claim it is because he's black. Moeletsi for president. You are an insult to Biko.

      ngoakocash.setwaba - 2011-07-27 15:55

      Dont wori bra dey dnt lyk it wen u speak the truth...

  • Bra Pat - 2011-07-27 08:46

    If you think Malema is down wait until he opens his mouth against all these allegations.

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 09:23

      Please don't encourage him to speak

      TC - 2011-07-27 15:09

      Wait till you find out its JZ who sold him out.

  • Jalo - 2011-07-27 08:47

    why is the ANC so silent about this scandal? we have not heard a peep from them! shows they have something to hide or that they have contributed towards the corruption into his trust fund.I want to see what amounts and from who or organization the deposits have been from?

      Dubulamaburu - 2011-07-27 09:30

      Surely u must be ignorant coz they commented yesterday that there is nothing wrong for somebody to open a trust account

  • yash - 2011-07-27 08:48

    isn't this typical?!! they'll support him NO MATTER WHAT! the anc has lost its moral compass. Oh Madiba, you must cry for your beloved country! what's illegal in SA for the anc? the president had his charges squashed, malema is clearly not accountable to ANYBODY (as is the rest of the anc). also, he's a bit old to be a youth. so, he needs to grow up, and speak like a sober adult.

  • Chris - 2011-07-27 08:50

    Let him eat our money and I wish he could be building R50 million house. If it is registered, then it is legal and let it run. Please give me the trust account number so I can deposit more cash in it

      Matt :-) - 2011-07-27 09:24

      Maybe you can go lay bricks at his building site and then return to the shack when the day is done...

  • Met - 2011-07-27 08:50

    Male thieves or women thieves? What is the difference? They all steal

  • Dal68 - 2011-07-27 08:50

    The whole anc, yl, wl, whatever they want to call themselves are a bunch of dumb thieves. Agh, this country will only go down in their hands! SA has dropped 70% in value and investment from international investors. The strikes are killing us, the corruption is robbing us blind. Damn, I just wish the value of a vote was determined by your intelect and input into SA, not by the number of uneducated fools living in SA.

      ngoakocash.setwaba - 2011-07-27 15:53

      U wanna knw y de Apartheid regime's economic was better...cause they had the support of all the other racist countries out there....Fact of the matter is blacks are in power and u cnt do damn thing about!!!

  • Dan - 2011-07-27 08:51

    Given the fact that they supported Winnie Mandela as well, this statement doesn't really mean anything. Thugs will always support thugs.