Malema runs ANCYL 'like family trust'

2011-10-03 15:38

Johannesburg - ANCYL president Julius Malema has come under fire from suspended KwaZulu-Natal chairperson Mthandeni Dlungwane over his leadership style.

"He [Malema] can’t be allowed to run the organisation as if he is running his family trust," Dlungwane said on Monday.

The ANC Youth League announced on Sunday it had disbanded the KwaZulu-Natal branch's executive committee. It accused the provincial leadership of encouraging members to defy decisions made by the national structure.

However, Dlungwane said the provincial executive was purged because it backed President Jacob Zuma to serve a second term.

KZN ‘targeted’

He also claimed KwaZulu-Natal leaders had been targeted because they refused to mobilise league members to support Malema when he appeared before an ANC disciplinary committee.

Dlungwane said it was worrying that the ANCYL was being used by some leaders for personal gain, and that it should not be run like a trust.

It was recently reported that Malema had a family trust which was using to finance his lavish lifestyle.

The disbanded KwaZulu-Natal ANCYL executive committee would meet in Durban on Monday afternoon, Dlungwane said.

"We are going to have a meeting this afternoon to discuss what we will do following the disbandment of the PEC."

‘Contracts with NYDA’

Dlungwane said they had not been formally told of the decision.

"We have seen it on newspapers and radio stations that we have been disbanded. I am still in my office as we speak."

ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu said on Sunday that internal disciplinary charges were going to be brought against Dlungwane, former KwaZulu-Natal deputy secretary Sboniso Duma and former treasurer Yolanda Young.

Dlungwane accused ANCYL national leaders of benefiting from the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA).

"All they want is to be multi-millionaires. We know some ANCYL leaders have contracts with NYDA."

Malema was not immediately available to comment.

  • Pekkie - 2011-10-03 15:42

    Here it starts!

      Ryan Tunney - 2011-10-03 15:51

      And here it ends...

      Together - 2011-10-03 15:58

      Everyone knows this - the KZN youth league should be grateful that it can distance itself from this mess. And to the youth of SA: President Mbeki was ousted because he "didn't communicate or consider others in the organisation" - if that is true, you have the perfect reason to deal with the current youth league leadership. Let's see if Polokwane was real, or just a hijack for money.

      I_Say - 2011-10-03 16:00

      JuJu is going to get his way...Watch this space.... There are HUGE forces at play here...

      Thandiwe83 - 2011-10-03 16:02

      OOOh - Malema it is all starting to unravel!!

      willieman - 2011-10-03 16:03

      Why do they open can of worms now,is it because they are fighting for the loot at NYDA

      Tassenberg - 2011-10-03 16:05

      Yes and so the cookie crumbles, can't he just grow a pair and provide the names and the evidence for the YL members that has contracts with NYDA, as it would be nice to see how much money of the kissing competition went to the pockets of their comrades.

      sushi - 2011-10-03 16:08

      KZN stop supporting jacob zuma because he is Zulu,but because of his capabilty,so stop crying you shot yourself on the foot. i would also disband you if i was NEC OF ANCYL.they are going through DC because of the resolutions and the mandate you gave the NEC,Now you distance yourself what have you been promised we will soon find out.

      G.du Plessis - 2011-10-03 16:11

      @sganja: I don't think the dictatorial, undemocratic Malema and co. are going to help our organisation! People within the Youth League should feel free to support whoever they like when it comes to who should be president - that is democratic. We don't want to return to the days where people had no democratic rights surely. Viva the ANC - let us stop divisive, undemocratic actions in the party. Soweto is much better than 20 years ago, but there is still work to do - lots of it!

      Slartibartfast - 2011-10-03 16:12

      Oh My GAWD people ... I see Sganja is also here this afternoon ... the stupid twat!! But this story? Really? Yaaaaawwwwwnnnnn .... Windowdressing .... deviding of attention .... you know .... that which politicians do best (other than lie and steal that is).

      Matt :-) - 2011-10-03 16:24

      Malema needs to run - his boep is growing

      DW - 2011-10-03 16:27

      I think it is fantastic. Malema will be disciplined this weekend and will probably be suspended for a couple of years. But I still think Zuma will not get another term. KZN is not strong enough to vote him in on their own. This is good new, not bad news

      McDaNife - 2011-10-03 16:30

      Wow here it starts

      The_Realist - 2011-10-03 17:56

      "A fish rots from the head down" this applies to the ayencee & the yoof leeg!

      Stephan Janse van Vuuren - 2011-10-03 18:19

      I think it is quite hilarious how people press reply to the first comment en doesn't say anything about the comment. Instead, they reply with a comment unrelated to the first comment, just to "be at the top". rofl

      Agwambo - 2011-10-03 20:22

      You guys you don't know whether you are coming or going. One time you call Zuma, showerman and now that his cronies are being purged, all of a sudden he is a good man. Why don't you just stick to your DA?

      Pekkie - 2011-10-04 07:50

      Agwambo keep quiet, no one said you may speak troll! My Maid once told me, You don't have to worry about the educated people, they will help build a nation, she said you must be suspicious of those who think they are educated, they will destroy themselves and not even know it, My guess is you Think too much, At the end of the day you and your type who have sold your children's future to a racist corrupt cause will cry the longest, why? because you were part of nothing other than hatred, You couldn't build a lego man, so again i say Hamba wena, you are the problem with SA, If the solution is laid out you will be slave once again, Slave to your own hatred, You have doomed yourself and your kids will watch you destroy their future, and they will ultimately judge you to be a racist who couldn't handle the truth! There will come a day when you are all alone, the regret of robbing your offspring will eat at you for all your miserable days! May they be short, A country doesn't need your type , you should relocate to Zim twat!

      braveheart - 2011-10-04 07:57

      Agwambo I feel sorry for you. Take off your blinkers and see the world for what it is. Difficult for you I guess.

      eric.vanvuuren - 2011-10-04 08:25

      Support the move for independince for KZN!!!!!

      Spyker May - 2011-10-04 10:58

      @eric.vanvuuren.., If the Western Cape and KZN join forces and each calls an UNILATERAL DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE - then the fascist ANC regime will topple within a few months (if not weeks). In fact you may find the Northern Cape and possibly Gauteng may follow suit. Even if the aim is not sovereign independence, but rather a CONFEDERATION OF STATES (similar to the USA and alike) - it will be light years ahead of the retarded totalitarian stone-age mongers of the current regime. The consequent economies will grow at a rate faster than China - eg can you imagine only the losses from corruption and incompetence alone being properly employed in the economy - the rate of unemployment will be cut in half... The ANC's atavistic demeanour has taken SA further back into evolution than has ever been the case in the last (around) 200 years - reminder, the interior of SA was liberated from the stone-age, only from around 170 years ago.

  • Civil_Rights - 2011-10-03 15:43

    A nationalized idiot.

      Clive - 2011-10-03 17:59

      Racism is terrible.

      k1dbl4ck - 2011-10-03 22:30

      so is eating too much fried chicken.

      pitbull - 2011-10-04 04:21

      @Clive: I agree. BUT we are all part of the human race, a fact of which I am frequently ashamed.

  • chris van rensburg - 2011-10-03 15:45

    Well said.He will run the country in the same way if he becomes president one day.

      AMS-Dammer - 2011-10-03 15:48

      The CURRENT ANC Govt runs South Africa as if it is a FAMILY BUSINESS...Zuma Econimic Empowerment policies etc What's so different to the ANCYL... they are ALSO ABOVE THE LAW, you know!

      kilo39 - 2011-10-03 19:32

      'a field will not get ploughed if the oxen are pulling in different directions'. The day that the oxen were able to team up and pull in the same direction has come and has gone ....forever. It will never happen again in your lifetime, and in fact the situation has regressed so badly that one young ox is trying to push the plough !!!?

  • Peter James Erasmus - 2011-10-03 15:46

    Just like any story from the past. once you have to much power you fold.

      Carbon - 2011-10-03 15:59

      Let's hope for the same in this case.

  • muttlet - 2011-10-03 15:48

    When are the skeletons going to come out of the closet? Refresh my memory, when was Malema's disciplinary hearing supposed to resume?

      Together - 2011-10-03 16:00

      maybe the KZN branch's disciplinary will also take longer than a year..

      Tolerant - 2011-10-03 16:00

      This Thursday, if they are all "available".

      Agwambo - 2011-10-03 20:32

      The hearing was postponed to next year muttlet

  • Bongani - 2011-10-03 15:49

    They must be disbanded. Who on earth would want Zuma to serve a second term.

      Mantsho - 2011-10-03 23:42

      M point axactly,first time l hear zulu speak sense

      Felix - 2011-10-04 08:41

      I agree, disband the whole anc & yoof league. Mantsho keep your tribal disputes off the forums please.

  • Mlu - 2011-10-03 15:50

    Dlungwane, you are not saying what we have never known. You were also part of the ANCYL looting until you were suspended. Its nice though to see some dissention in the YL ranks. It is about time we have decent politics in this country.

  • AndV - 2011-10-03 15:50

    Don't cry now. You were to weak to oppose him in last year's election and were one of the front dancers. So go and get lost!!!!!

  • Lioness - 2011-10-03 15:51

    hahaha! That's what you get when you vote for a dictating crminalist communist that thinks he owns SA and that SA owes him! Wat jy saai sal jy maai!

  • Honestly - 2011-10-03 15:52

    Family "trust". What a laugh. You cannot "trust" them at all

  • Banana_Republic - 2011-10-03 15:52

    Love It!! Mthandeni Dlungwane (a nephew of our "great & decisive" president and brother of the lardass who destroyed Aurora Mine) is throwing stones in glass houses. When two wannabe hogs at the trough start throwing gravy as they fight over the spoils that were once a great nation, we know that we are destined to Somalia status.

  • LGH - 2011-10-03 15:53

    The Kindergarten Kids at it again!! ......and "Gaptooth", when are you going to look directly into the camera??

  • SabaticalG - 2011-10-03 15:54

    Its because he isnt getting a ticket on the gravey train

  • marco - 2011-10-03 15:54

    It's never been adequately answered whether or not Malema speaks of his own or with the backing from senior leaders of the ANC.Hardly a day goes by in South Africa that the ANC Youth League or its President Julius Malema has not been on News24 or somewhere else.This Julius Malema fella has been featured in the front page profile article from the "Mail and Guardian",a front page article in the "Sunday Independent",on numerous radio interviews--including Talk Radio 702 and Five FM. He has a rap sheet roughly twice as long as Mandela spent in prison from hosting wild parties in northern Johannesburg that reportedly rage late into the evening and are fueled by alcohol and sex,being involved in several court cases in front of the Equality Court,being accused of hate speech,said that the woman who accused Zuma of rape in 2006 "had a nice time",said that those who excuse racism are criminals who deserve to be shot,said that South Africa should nationalize the country's mines for extra revenue and that the Freedom Charter says that,was stopped once by traffic officials for speeding on the road between Polokwane and Seshego and then had the nerve to berate them and asked:"Do you know who I am?". Malema does what he does because poor people in SA are fascinated by him and his outlandish statements,which in turn sell newspapers and draw listeners.Malema is one hell off a ambitious twat that seeks the SA Presidency. Question is though:Where does Mr Zuma stand on these issues?

      PAR - 2011-10-03 16:01

      Mr. Zuma does not stand anywhere because he wants to stay on as President for a further term. He tries to keep everyone happy. Who wouldn't want his job? Getting paid to travel the world.

      Together - 2011-10-03 16:06

      sganja - I know that part of your racist indoctrination may have led you to believe that white South Africans aren't actually people, but *newsflash* we are - and we're also citizens, and who leads (or doesn't lead) the country is of great interest to us all. And a leader who is strong, sound, fair and efficient is good for everyone. C'mon, dude - you've got to do better than this.

  • ShakaN - 2011-10-03 15:57

    it is such a shame that such an a55hole can get so far in life.

  • DGMac - 2011-10-03 15:58

    Malema and our corrupt, thieving government will run the country into the ground, just like Mugabe has done in Zim.

  • P-JB - 2011-10-03 15:58

    This is good news. Malema is showing his true colours i.e. a DICTATOR - Do as I command or you’re out……… If the masses will only open their eyes and see Malema for what he is!!!!!

      Slartibartfast - 2011-10-03 16:18

      .... because Malema deserves to be isolated ... perhaps .... fool?

      John - 2011-10-03 16:18

      The party falling apart boys,malema is a an over aged(for the youth league anyway)fat , useless,spineless, money grabbing tenderpreneur that has still got his foreskin and i maybe wrong but i think he is still a virgin.

      Warren - 2011-10-03 16:54

      We isolate Malema because as a leader its HIS Responsibility to tend ALL Matters regaring the ANCYL. Therefore if the ANCYL is being run into the ground we come to the LEADER for answers - not his PA! Malema has everything to do with this and if they (ANCYL) would stop with the propoganda to weak minded individuals that believe his lies and still after so many years do not have running water and electricity hopefully we'll be able to make some progress! Until then it's a case of the Blind leading the blind!

  • ~daisy_d~ - 2011-10-03 16:00

    They are their own worst enemy...the beginning of the end is what I say. Malema will never become president - he's too busy screwing up his relationships all over the show. Hopefully people will start seeing him for what he is...a back-stabber who throws tantrums like children if he can't get what he wants.

  • IC1 - 2011-10-03 16:05

    Not only a split in the ANC, now a split in ANCYL also. Thius is great news!

  • - 2011-10-03 16:09

    Eish!!! nice milking-cow.....fancy conferences, probably stay in 5* hotels, Benzes etc. Wonder what card carrying members think when the masses are going below the bread-line and they see their subs spent in this way.

  • narike.lintvelt - 2011-10-03 16:12

    @Mthandeni Dlungwane: Bravo for telling it like it is. Keep standing up for truth.

  • fudgepuppy - 2011-10-03 16:13

    Isn't it usually like that in this country? Certain people in this country use their position in government to improve the state of their own coffers. Sense of entitlement i tell you, it is the scourge of our new democracy.

      AMS-Dammer - 2011-10-04 06:04

      It is known as "AFRICAN DEMOCRACY"!!!!! This is how DESPOTS and DICK-TATORS are shaped....

  • ChumScrubber - 2011-10-03 16:18

    Apparently young Juju is not very fond of Zulu's, he merely supported Zuma as a means to get more influence in the ANC. Hopefully Zuma will be stronger than what Malema perceived. It seems tribalism is after all a factor in ANC politics, they have tried to squash it but it keeps coming back. A natural thing I suppose, "soort soek soort".

  • Lonewolfman - 2011-10-03 16:25

    This is not new and do they think we are idiots for not knowing this earlier. what a joke the ANC need to relook at ANCYL and close it down and reform a youth wing that can help the party not make it the biggest joke in Africa or to enrich a handfull of power hungry dictators.

      Alice - 2011-10-03 17:46

      Imagine the youth league gathered up unemployed young males, and said to them come let us build the communities. Let us get in there and build houses, food gardens and help repair parks etc, and in return we give you a plate of food. Something like that. Help each other!! But then for ancyl it is about "giving the youth the diamonds and gold bars", with lots of talking!! Jujus is destroying, not building. Pity, I would have respected him if he was truly helping the poor in this needy time.

  • terry - 2011-10-03 16:28

    the expression "when thieves fall out ......" comes to mind!

  • 50something - 2011-10-03 16:28

    Real chaos - Those that are being disciplined are now disciplining the undesciplined. He's a real dictator and his chronies are still voting for him, waiting for breadcrums from his table - pathetic!!

  • abg100 - 2011-10-03 16:30

    No honour among thieves! slowly but surely malemas cronies are going to bite him in the a*s. Greed is a strange thing-a lot of souls are going to be sold,a lot of spin doctors are going to be VERY BUSY!

  • nicn44 - 2011-10-03 16:33

    next time check out Malema's CV before you vote him in.No good crying over spilt milk

  • a.bryanh - 2011-10-03 16:33

    Family Trust?he has had a sterling example from the TOP,the country's infrastructure is a mess yet this regime carries on regardless,not a real word of protest from the majority taxpayer ..the hated{by them} white man.

  • Michael - 2011-10-03 16:33

    Malema is a dictator in the mould of Idi Amin. His power need to be neutralise otherwise we will have a creature which will be even more difficult to nurture in the future. Hope the ANC will do the honourable thing by giving him the boot to political oblivion.Political gansterism belong up north in Zim not here.

      boby.mafi - 2011-10-04 07:32

      Leave Zim out of it you are the ones imposing Bob on us .How many times have you guys given the dispot standing ovations when he visits your place.After all did you not allow Juju to come upnorth and learn from the master just last year?Wake before you get into the mess Zim is in, we did the same with Kaunda, thinking every John who fought for the liberation was an angel and everybody who says comrade is a super hero-get real!

  • Bulumko - 2011-10-03 16:34

    I had hoped - albeit against all hope that other provinces would follow suit.Particularly the Eastern Cape where Malema doesn't enjoy as much support as it's made out to be amongst the youth.But alas,the youth league is led by gutless wretches who have nothing but greed and tenders in their sights.

      Mandla - 2011-10-03 22:36

      Uneducated youth will always be a problem to our society not matter what political position they are occupying.Lets get it right on our education then we will have a free thinking youth who can not be told what to do by holigans.Educated youth will be in a position of diterming between the good and the bad,currently they are just following holigans in the ANCYL who did not have formal education for leading the Youth League in the right direction.All what we are seeing and hearing are the products of lack of education among our majorith youth particulary black youth.

  • Bosvark69 - 2011-10-03 16:34


      I_ARE_BABOON - 2011-10-03 16:41

      " the leader of the struggle of the poor poepol's of Africa"

  • Jamba - 2011-10-03 16:49

    I think everybody should support KZN ANCYL, even if you do not vote ANC. They are doing the right thing.

      mylord - 2011-10-03 16:52


      Druce - 2011-10-03 17:18

      @mylord malema cannot even write his fking name. You probably meant he is right, wich he isnt, he is breaking up his own support structure and soon you will be hearing the new songs of another freedom struggle KILL THE MALEMA! Your comments stink like pigg dung and you face shines like a fat piggs behind. Now stop RIGHTING nonsense on this page and go get an education you daft twat!

      mobiles - 2011-10-03 18:06

      @ Druce . mylord can`t help it , he`s born stupid !

      mylord - 2011-10-04 08:18

      I always advise the kzn new members that ANC is not about an individual.yu Druce and Mobiles yo do not know what I am talking about this province has changed the mission of the ANC and bring the traditional politics they think its about Zulus to be in power.the ANC says best leader must pulukwana they have forced that Zuma must take over and we said ok we will suport Zuma but this Zulu tendence must end.Now as ANC we noticed that many south african are not hapy about the current leadeship.then the is a proposal that an academic side and experiance for any potfoilor for our deligets must also be in consideration.that is what they are refusing to the media they are using that stupit Druce?.becouse I personaly noticed that our goverment words are more than actions.and we need good leaders regardless of which tribe or pagmentation coulor.

      Together - 2011-10-04 09:23

      @mylord - if you spent as much time respecting the ANC as you do Malema, and as much time hating corruption as you do Zulus - then you would be on the right track. SA needs people who are capable of learning, people who are wise enough to see when they are right, and when they are wrong. SA needs people who are able to stand up against the mob and stand for what is good for everyone. Basically, SA needs law-abiding adults. Unfortunately you just sound like someone who thinks politics is like supporting a soccer team - you will need to take it a lot more seriously if you want SA to have a prosperous future.

      mylord - 2011-10-04 12:20

      @together do not get me wrong.I respect every one.I had lot of differences with malema.I even ask him is capetown if why Zuma and Him when the are talking about preo presindents why do they not mentioned Thabo Mbeki and he said he is the ANCYL press not ANC I can ask tha to i get worreid when zuma wents to the media and talk about Malema saying he in not incontrol.why he was quet the time Malema say he will kill for him? I like malema becouse is some one you can use to gain the power secondly He is an ANC member.

  • Jason - 2011-10-03 16:50

    Malema was not available for comment - course he wasn't, the useless TWAT never is!!

      Point Blank - 2011-10-04 12:38

      He can't even debate a teagirl! No, wait, he can't even face a cockroach!

  • - 2011-10-03 16:54

    Rodbods can of worms theory at play here -("when you open a can of worms better have a 45 gallon drum hand nearby")

  • Davearch - 2011-10-03 17:07

    Why is it taking SARS so long ??? This is an OPEN/SHUT case !!!

  • kingv - 2011-10-03 17:12

    Here's a prophecy: a house divided will fall in on itself. Watch this space!

  • gatvol4corru - 2011-10-03 17:42

    The tail is wagging the dog. ANC style! Puppy-dog-incompetent-corrupt-teen-malema is wagging Jacob. Why should this be any different?

  • kleinkoppi - 2011-10-03 18:16

    "All they want is to be multi-millionaires. We know some ANCYL leaders have contracts with NYDA." So there is some more corruption... Was anyone surprised... NO Hope the poor people get to read this... And then they should ask where is everything we were promised... In the BANK ACCOUNTS of the people they elected... Wonder how long this post is going to be here before it is removed...

  • magomarele - 2011-10-03 18:23

    Chickens are coming home to roast...kwakwakwakwaaaaa...

      wishfulthinking - 2011-10-04 10:00

      Uh, roost?

  • Agwambo - 2011-10-03 19:33

    Sushi has told it as it is; even people who said they have ANC whom we won't mention are now commenting just because the KZN executive has been disbanded. Go by the rule-book you KZN guys

  • Cire - 2011-10-03 19:38

    If I was this boykie, I'd check my brakes often!

  • Styvie - 2011-10-03 20:01

    Get rid of the ANCYL permanently. In this era they really have nothing to fight for. Most of then are younger than me and they carry on about the struggle (which happened before myself or them were born). That was in an era that has past. Get on with it. Instead of instilling hate (which is the easiest option and gains the vote of those previously oppressed) Rather be a nation that is one to be proud of, and see what the politicians try to do to us, by calling the separation lines. Don't fall for it!

  • letsee - 2011-10-03 20:16

    I agree. That's what Mafia Godfathers do.

  • Andre Swanepoel - 2011-10-03 20:53

    Dig deeper Dlungwane, expose them for what they are!!

  • Zenz - 2011-10-03 21:05

    The circus has come to town! Let us watch "Ticky" the clown (Malema) come against all the other clowns in the cicus. It is going to be the best laugh ever!

  • opinionater - 2011-10-03 21:17

    i hope to god the rest of the YL's begin to be disbanded aswell! Finally! Malema rein will be over soon!!!

  • White Knight - 2011-10-03 21:21

    Malema's little world is starting to unravel. Soon he'll only have the support of a few pals that still owe him favours, but his time will soon come and he'll have to eat humble pie. Just wait till the disciplinary decisions are made in a few days time. he has overplayed his hand and will end up with a mouth full of oversized feet.

  • Mandla - 2011-10-03 22:24

    South Africa is loosing touch slowly,if this train does not stop i am afraid that we might be derailed faster than any other African train we have ever seen.some one needs to stand up now and say enough is enough.Put a stop tothis train before it approachs the blind corner. When people are fighting for the sole control of tenders in governmant this is what happens at the end of the day. Reminder-ANCYL can dictate who will be the leader of the ANC but will not dictate for the majority of our people to vote for the ANC,be warned.South Africa needs a strong opposition which will be an altanative to the ANC sooner or later we will regrate.

      Forward - 2011-10-04 06:33

      Moeletsi Mbeki for PRESIDENT

  • sphamandla - 2011-10-04 00:06

    zuma will win the election next year because ultimately both cosatu and sacp would rather weaken the power base of malema than take down zuma.remember what i said when it happens next year...:)