Malema elected Limpopo PEC member

2011-12-20 14:18

Polokwane - Embattled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema was elected to the ANC's provincial executive committee (PEC) in Limpopo on Tuesday with 592 votes.

He was among the 20 people who will serve in the new PEC, headed by his close ally ANC provincial chairperson Cassel Mathale.

  • chris.debeer1 - 2011-12-20 14:23

    Just when I forgot his name and thought it was a good end vto 2011. He return like a bad penny!! I so have no respect for the intelect of those who voted for him 502 morons.

      rbczovczov - 2011-12-20 19:35

      Now would be a good time for the Hawks to spoil the party and charge this chubby boy!

      Joseph - 2011-12-20 23:10

      ANC will lose KZN and the rest of the provinces except Limpopo come 2014.Gauteng will be co-governed,2014 SA will be governed by two to three parties,there will not be an out right winner in the presidential elections in 2014.ANC will be reduced to a provincial party based in Limpopo in 2014 after the elections.Limpopo will only be the province under ANC rule.More reginal parties will surface in 2014.Divisions in the ANC will be more after the 2012 elective conferance,division will be based on tribe.

      Brian - 2011-12-21 09:42

      I hate to say it, but maybe it is time we sit back and face reality!! This guy keeps popping up and refuses to go away. Maybe it's time to "take him seriously"!! (Tongue in cheek). We need to "talk" to him in as many organised groups as we can, and try to understand what he really wants (I am assuming here that maybe, over time, there is some way we can get to this point, because I don't think he knows this himself!!). If he is kept really busy, maybe he won’t have time to generate the buckets of garbage (verbal) that he does. Also, remember "Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer".

  • Abel - 2011-12-20 14:23

    gonna b Hard to get this man out the way

      Sharon - 2011-12-20 15:35

      Should not be that hard .......... lol

  • John - 2011-12-20 14:26

    The head clown enters Dumbland (aka Limpopo). From hereon forward the province will sink into the mud faster than a speeding bullet. Malema and his cronies will bleed the place dry before moving on to new pastures like the locusts they are! Farewell Far North, it was good while it lasted.

      Kgaogelo - 2011-12-20 14:27

      Liar !!!!

      Randomhero6661 - 2011-12-20 14:43

      Like gears of war?

      boerekanon - 2011-12-20 15:04

      @Kgaogelo, haha an ignorant Fat Boy worshipping Troll, guess they aren't extinct yet!

  • sardick.davids - 2011-12-20 14:26

    Another name for it is a s**t fly...

  • Kgaogelo - 2011-12-20 14:27

    Wow,Good news.....Welcome on board Mr President

      Blade - 2011-12-20 14:50

      Kgaogelo you phoned me from the tickie box this morning to say you were I see you are playing on the internet. You are fired, Im getting a new garden boy.

      Shirley - 2011-12-20 14:54

      Welcome aboard what??? The tender gravy train?????

      NrGx - 2011-12-20 15:12

      HAHA! welcome julius...bye bye limpopo

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-20 15:12

      Kgaogelo, always a follower aren't you, never a leader... People like you need someone to follow but no doubt you the same people who burn and destroy stuff when your "leaders" don't lead, right?

      Kgaogelo - 2011-12-20 16:32

      Blade, those days are gone now. Lol,garden boy? WHAT!!!!!!

      Denice - 2011-12-20 17:40

      you are thick! go back to bushland! oh take Malema with you.

      Sean - 2011-12-20 20:21

      @Kgaogelo - By the time Malema is done there will not even be work for ``garden boys`` anymore , fool !!

  • Paul - 2011-12-20 14:27

    Well at least there will be plenty of jokes after all he is a joker, just one with power and he seems to be getting more of that power. This will end badly one day.

  • Max - 2011-12-20 14:28

    Only in Africa...

      Sean - 2011-12-20 20:24

      It`s called ``Africanism `` - ``Epedemic`` of theft , rape and murder !

  • Blade - 2011-12-20 14:28

    Suspended but elected? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!! Africa is a funny place.

      rngambi - 2011-12-20 19:22

      hahahaha..i share the same sentiment with you blade..that was the first thing that came in mind the first time i saw the article...I guess everything is possible in this world...

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      nikondaniel - 2011-12-20 16:20

      Limpopol soon?

  • Joseph - 2011-12-20 14:30

    can someone tell me where this IDIOT lives, i wanna give him "WARM KLAP"

  • Dawie Jacobs - 2011-12-20 14:31

    Now the pillaging of tax dollars can continue

      Barefoot - 2011-12-20 14:52


  • Oceanh - 2011-12-20 14:33

    so effectively, he was suppended as the youth leader, however elected to a higher post? could this all have been smoke and mirrors, surely if you are suppended from one post in the ANC, you are suppended from any post in the ANC as a whole?

      Deon - 2011-12-20 14:38

      It seems as if he is still in the ANC structures up to the time that his appeal has been concluded. Let us hope it does not take another 5 years.

      Cameronl - 2011-12-20 14:48

      yes of course he should have squat to do with the anc for the duration of his suspension.... All hail the morons leading this country, this is trully a sad state of affairs going on right in front of us.

  • geoffrhunt - 2011-12-20 14:35

    This is beyond understanding. Surely he should not even have been nominated as he has been suspended. Only the A.N.C. can be so pathetic, and the followers/supporters. Simply cannot follow the rules!

  • Inkwazi - 2011-12-20 14:39

    shawara ware sokodisa man, eish wa re sokodisa man, lets go to mangaung2012...maybe this the right all the enemies should book flights to take them out of SA...eish shawara...

      Blade - 2011-12-20 14:42

      How much papsak have you had today? And give up the whoonga.

      Paul - 2011-12-20 15:09

      I can't wait until SA is like Zim and you, your family and your ilk are all starving to death while eating bark off of the trees.

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-20 15:17

      Eish, go get an education..

  • mzamani.shivambu - 2011-12-20 14:40

    He is a born leader, He is suspended as ANCYL president no in life. ANC should be carefull when taking big decisions in future. Where-ever he goes he is a leader. Viva Juju Viva!!!!!

      Blade - 2011-12-20 14:44

      I have to agree. He has all the attributes of a typical African leader...he is stupid, fat, greedy, corrupt and lazy. A born African leader.

      Larry - 2011-12-20 15:01

      I could not have put it Better Blade.

      Paul - 2011-12-20 15:12

      You and your children will regret the day this man ever came into the world. When you watch your grandchildren dying of starvation remember your stupid words.

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-20 15:17

      As I said Inkwazi, go get an education.

      Randomhero6661 - 2011-12-20 15:46

      @inkwazi gepoppels oukie, gepoppels!!!

      lepotatshepho - 2011-12-20 15:57

      sies Blade and everyone that gives a thumps up..disgusting really, you and inkwazi should be ashamed.

      zterblanche - 2011-12-20 16:28

      Stupid twat

      Willie - 2011-12-22 11:52

      I do not know of any one who was born a leader,True leaders do not contradict themselves,they walk the talk,they do not insult who ever they do not agree with,they treat women folk with the highest respect,so in this case i do not think your argument holds any water.My friend take some moment and look at history especially african one.Africa is in this state because of this nonsense of "SOME PEOPLE ARE BORN LEADERS"

  • David - 2011-12-20 14:40

    What? I want to be his new best friend!! Juju, my brother, please remember me as you are now in TENDER HEAVEN..wink..wink

  • Almero - 2011-12-20 14:40

    It is so funny actually, those who cheer on and support this man. Holding him up as he enriches himself with false promises of a better future. Take the 'wealth' from those who create an economy (oh and quite recently he has shown he wont just target whites)? Nationalise the mines? While they miss out how the Rand and the economy fell every time it seemed like it could just maybe become a reality. A quick lesson: To get money it has to come from somewhere, to come from somewhere there has to be an economy, for there to be an economy the world has to believe it does not have a thieving clown behind it. The poor people had to flee from Zimbabwe to South Africa under Mugabe. Just where are they going to flee to if their wonderful JuJu managed to destroy this country as well? You do know South Africa has sea on three sides, don't you?

  • sefeddt - 2011-12-20 14:43

    Suspended by ANC but through the appeals process remains ANCYL leader and now on the PEC. This after fatboy swore he was done with politics and was taking up farming.

  • cliff.slabbert - 2011-12-20 14:50

    What a joke the A N C is! Pathetic! Absolutely laughable! He gets suspended but gets re elected to the P E C of Limpopo ? What a bunch of idiotic clowns!

  • Tshivhombela Fhatuwani - 2011-12-20 14:52

    Getting a job in public service in Limpopo is like drawing blood from a stone and it's gonna be worse than this if this selfish mafia serves in PEC. Limpopo youths are still goiing to suffer for not having ANC membership cards. Limpopo is one the provinces which has the highest number of educated youths and their education is just worthless to these holigans who hire their politically friends without qualifications. The situation here in Limpopo is worse than than it is written on articles we read.

      Moss Mphahlele - 2011-12-20 14:59

      Coconut, how did you come to your conclusions , did you do any thesis on Limpopo Youths?

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-20 15:18

      @Moss, shut up fool.

      Bongani - 2011-12-20 15:19

      No one needs to do a thesis on the logic of a bankrupt province! You just take the financial statements of the different departments and get to a conclusion that is run by morons.

      Tshivhombela Fhatuwani - 2011-12-20 15:35

      @ Moss, you may call me cocoa nut or cocoa butter but the truth is out there for everyone to see. Limpopo government offices are dominantly occupied by drop outs who cannot even tell what thesis is. You sound like one of those who are benefiting from corrupt activities in the province. I will never be a blind ally of anyone.

      Johnnys_Place - 2011-12-22 10:14

      A coconut is one thing, but Moss... How does it feel to be a DROL ? - and you will always be one !! Smell you later Bru !!

  • Namhla - 2011-12-20 14:52


      Almero - 2011-12-20 14:54

      Yeah nonsense like jobs, income, infrastructure.

      Truthis - 2011-12-20 14:55

      Hah hah. Please make sure you have sign that says you support malema when you are begging at the robots. Then I can be sure to laugh at you from my nice car. You and your children will starve if you support him.

      cliff.slabbert - 2011-12-20 14:56

      Have some more Johnny Walker Black you buffoon!

      Carl - 2011-12-20 14:56

      Indeed, But if you are so unhappy about the oppresion in South Africa, Why dont you move to Zimbabwe where the leaders of that country freed the black people from White oppression. Sure you will be happier there. Or perhaps just wait long enough for Juju to become president and turn South Africa into another Zimbabwe. Eish, a leader who could not even pass Woodwork in school. I have never heard of any one in School failing Woodwork. Dumb ass.

      Almero - 2011-12-20 15:05

      Ah yes and Shoot the Boer is not hate speech and does not cause racial hatred. You write so badly I can hardly believe you are not a jokester. But if you are not remember those you shoot at tends to shoot back. And you may find more than just white on the other side of that fence. Malema is an embarrassment to every true citizen of this country.

      richard.hipkin - 2011-12-20 15:19

      @Namhla, go herd your goats they running in the road..

      Theo - 2011-12-20 15:25

      So tell us a little about your black South Africa. Where do you see this country in the next ten years after all the whites have packed up and left and the likes of Malema has taken over? In fact, rather don't say anything. For some reason I suspect that you won't be able to answer that in an intelligent manner. You think (and I use the word "think" loosely) that economic freedom comes from taking things (mines, banks etc) from the white man and distributing it to the poor? Afraid not. It comes from hard work. Yes, unfortunately you guys had a late start, but see beyond that. Get it out of your systems and get your thumbs out of your a$$es. Open your eyes for crying out loud. White folk would be more than happy to help you out in your efforts, but you need to do something from your side as well. If you can prove that you are better than the next guy then you WILL be successful. I am expecting some idiotic response from you personally, but hopefully some other person in your position with more brain capacity will actually be saved.

      Shanelle - 2011-12-20 15:43

      You are an idiot!!! And everyone who thinks like you! South Africa belongs to all who are born here. You matriculated in 1997 and don't know much about oppression so shut up. It is the likes of you who keep this stupid racist war going. We should put this anger to something constructive like getting crime off the streets, education, financial freedom for everyone. Poverty, Aids, crime affects everyone and has no colour barrier, just like stupidity!! You and all racists (black and white)in this case are the example of stupidity

      zterblanche - 2011-12-20 16:36

      Wow, your stupidity amazes me. Take Carl's advice and p!ss off to Zimbabwe if you want to see a country that is "freed from white people".

      Donald Tanket - 2011-12-20 21:00

      I have taken all the time to read your comments, truly speaking i'm amazed, amazed of your responses and from the comment he made on Juju re-election. I think that everyone in this country has the right to do or say whatever it pleases him/her as long as that person doesn't break the law established. I also believe that white people in this country have contributed a lot for the development of this country, infrastructures, finance etc. We can't deny or easily forget the pass or the struggle that black people went however we can't stand there, black people need to move on. I think Julius Malema does what he does because of the support he has from the people of this country. Insulting each other wants help but using constructive and intelligence words can lead to unite the people and get better understanding of others views and thoughts.

      Johnnys_Place - 2011-12-22 10:17

      Yes, a big fat angel !! Just like a chicken... cannot fly very far or high (eish) !! This angels' gonna have his wings clipped soon... What a joke !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Brad.Kopping - 2011-12-20 14:52

    nothing like blind leading the blind.

      Steets79 - 2011-12-20 14:55

      I think it is rather the fat (cat) leading the blind (poor)...

  • Cameronl - 2011-12-20 14:53

    clearly my thoughts of this a-ss were not nice enough to be logged hahahaha If only this cheese ball malema could see what I think of him, I cant even call you a clown cos well that would insult a clown now wouldnt it

  • Shirley - 2011-12-20 14:53

    Mr President are you a man or a mouse? Malema was suspended by the very anc which you lead but you fail your country daily by allowing corrupt,racist,immoral scum to be elected! How can you say South Africa belongs to ALL who live in it when your government takes decisions daily which have dire consequences to the future of our country?? South Africa is a joke to the rest of the world and you insist on taking us further into darkness!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Bongani - 2011-12-20 17:27

      I wish he could read this Shirley, but unfortunately for a man that told the Eastern Cape last week about the wrath of their ancestors, we have little hope of him ever taking action and leading the country. If only he would come on the 7 O'clock news and pretend he is the President and take charge it would help.

  • Kurt - 2011-12-20 14:53

    How does a suspended member from the ANC get elected as PEC?????????????

      Steets79 - 2011-12-20 14:57

      you are only suspended until you accept that you have been suspended, just because it is said, does not make you believe it to be true... and there is the appeal process... and probably another process and commitee, and or comission and discussions after that, and only then, maybe will there be a belief, or realisation... or even a vindication! AS IF!!!!!!!!!!

  • Bongani - 2011-12-20 15:06

    This is excellent news! Stop being hysterical. We are seeing the ANC fall on their own sword. He should have been expelled and at this moment his suspension isn't worth one minute of that whole long 2 hour speech of Hanekom. Talk talk talk. The ANC are just talkers and now the dumbest of them all is the victor!

  • Deon - 2011-12-20 15:06

    Last we heard Limpopo is bankrupt, so they will govern with the help of Central Gov., it might be interesting. My money is on a Finance job for Malema.

  • Elle-Black - 2011-12-20 15:12

    All i wanna know is how does he become elligable to be elected as anything within the ANC? as far as i know he has been suspended and the suspension stands up until the outcome of the appeal. He shouldnt be elligable to be elected as the janitor

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  • wieswerner - 2011-12-20 15:27

    Guess who's back, back again. Malema's back, tell a friend.

  • Paul - 2011-12-20 15:28

    Good bye beautiful South Africa. Nice having known you. God help all of your people (apart from the stupid, fat, corrupt morons in Govt. They can all starve to death)

      Moduto - 2011-12-20 15:50

      go well bro, where to greece?

  • rplescia - 2011-12-20 15:28

    Ok, so what happened to him being banned from the ANC for 5 years??? The ANC have turned that country in to a circus!

  • Andres - 2011-12-20 15:40

    Whilst one has to respect the internal ANC processes, which is supposed to be democratic; does seem an odd choice, considering he still faces a disciplinary appeal process. If the appeal fails, he's no longer an ANC member and cannot serve on the Limpopo-PEC. Seems like showboating again from South Africa's biggest attention-seeker.

      Benard - 2011-12-20 15:54

      guy leave juju alone,,,, he adopted this from the ANC,,, whats confusing u... they are alll there for there owm pockets not your liking bro...Acept change

      Bongani - 2011-12-20 16:11

      @Andres. He is just suspended from being the youth leader, not expelled from the party. He would still be able to be anything else within the ANC as long as he is a member. Don't bother with this brain dead comment below yours. Just another parrot in the African jungle.

  • Phill - 2011-12-20 15:47

    It's payback time. At least, unlike Zuma, mathale would rather die with his best friends. A lesson to Zuma, re-establish your links with Shabir Shaick (never leave out a friend in the cold when he is stranded. How about a ministerial post for ShabirShaick?)

  • Thozi - 2011-12-20 15:59

    Oh, here we go again... I thought I was about to have a lollipop.

  • Muneer23 - 2011-12-20 16:03

    Whatever happened to Transvaal lol

  • Adrian - 2011-12-20 17:04

    Correct me if I am wrong, but hasn't he been suspended from the ANC for 5 years? If so why is he being elected to some ANC provincal committee? This is all very confusing.

  • MaxOdin.SA - 2011-12-20 17:52

    isn't the pec a body that's supposed to hear his appeal at some stage in the future? Is that not a conflict of interest?

  • Kevin - 2011-12-20 18:16

    I'm now seriously concerned as I am obviously losing it!! How does an individual get suspended from the youth league of a political party he is supposed to represent, then makes derogatory remarks (justified or not) about the President of the same political party [who also happens to be the President of the country] and then gets elected to the Provincial Executive Committee of the same political party?? Can someone please explain this to me as I certainly cannot understand the logic!! maybe it's A nother N ational C on!!

      Ian - 2011-12-21 05:49

      Its Africa....

      Jacqui - 2011-12-21 09:48

      You are not the only one that lost it.

  • Kevin - 2011-12-20 18:38

    When is banned banned or is it a case of -Give him another chance

  • indianajohn - 2011-12-20 19:17

    Cool. So clearly I don't have to pay my speeding fine.

  • marina.poniatowska - 2011-12-20 19:51

    All he need now is the famed Criminal record and a couple of days in jail, and he'll be all set for Presidency!!!

  • Breinlekkasie - 2011-12-20 19:53

    O, so there it is. Malema's was "suspended" from the ANC for five years and not suspended. The old trick, suspend and redeploy. Of cause JZ didn't think we will catch on.

  • Sharon - 2011-12-20 19:55

    Can you imagine being the president of the USA. Coming to work in the mornings and instead of reading the comic section you read what AFRICA has done the last 24 hours. We must provide a good few hours of entertainment.

  • Mfosi - 2011-12-20 20:59

    @spyker May, Touche' top man, you couldnt have been more apt with your description, I come from Botswana and there was a time when I had delusions that the ANC would finally be a party to be taken seriously. This notwithstanding I have had to concede that J.Z is a spineless, clueless soul, to be denigrated by your subordinates in such a brazen fashion and not to act is just mind boggling. ANC executive tell your leader to grow some jaggers and take this imbecile to task, if not for himself, for the sake of the seat that he currently occupies (which he might not have for long)

  • Josie - 2011-12-20 21:01

    How can he be elected when he is under investigation by SARS and HAWKS. What about the R16million mansion he was building with TRUST fund money for CHARITIES?

  • ec.van.niekerk - 2011-12-20 21:52

    its not who you are its who you know ... pays to have friends in high places ...

  • Nkosinathi - 2011-12-20 22:02

    No amount of name calling can change the situation except and until we stand up as a nation and denounce poor Malema leadership that will take the whole country down the dark hole. Though I have been voting for ANC it is quite clear that those in power are nothing but a force that will nose dive the country to the very ills that destroyed other African economies after they got their independences. It is an insult to all Africans like myself to beleive that Malema is a leader to change the situation of poor blacks. We have grow beyond colour and stop silly politiking. We can't be blinded by loud noise from the so called leaders. Our leaders are corrupted, tender hunters at night and pro poor preachers during the day. In Africa there has been no intellectual revolution at all. We will never tranform this country to meet the dreams of the poor never ever. I hate to say this, but I want to be fair to myself first and admit that we have very poor vision in transforming this country. Why I say this its because those who are elected become the wolves that drain the government coffers dry while busy blinding poor people with lies. Just next to Alexandra slums Malema is building a muliti million mansions and he has muliti million tenders trailing on his tail.All our leaders are well off financial with businesses, but the fact is geting to polics for them is a highway to the jackpot of riches. All politicians must be investigate and arrested if found corruped

      Thozi - 2011-12-21 08:31

      @Nkosinathi: 100% True. The question is, why are people ignoring the writings on the wall? It is a fact that we are busy going down the same route our failed African states/economies North of us took. I can no longer vote for my demise. That would be suicidal, not loyalty. The Unfortunate phrases like "until Jesus comes" are stupid and will not feed our nation.

  • Geronimo - 2011-12-20 23:06

    Very silly to vote for this mampara on a number of grounds, least of which is that when he is suspended after his meritless appeal fails, he will simply have to resign his post. Seems a big waste of time...

      Lynton - 2011-12-21 08:06

      I'm just worried, I have a feeling his suspension only covers the ANCYL and not the ANC, I think they're putting him in the ANC on the off chance the suspension actually stands.