Zanu-PF youth: ANC are sell-outs

2013-03-22 10:07

Johannesburg - Johannesburg-based Zanu-PF youth have accused the ANC of being sell-outs and of complicity in the murder of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, The Star reported on Friday.

Chairperson Gift Mtete attacked the ANC while addressing Pan Africanist Congress of Azania supporters at a Human Rights Day event on Thursday.

"You cannot separate political freedom from economic freedom. They [the ANC] proclaim that South Africa is a democracy, but they agreed with the Western powers to attack Libya," Mtete was quoted as saying.

"They gave a mandate to the Western powers to attack and kill the Libyan leader. There they are. They must be told that they are sell-outs."

Mtete criticised the Gauteng government for organising music festivals as part of Human Rights Day celebrations.

According to the report Mtete said South Africa was not a fully liberated country and those who had gathered at the cricket oval next to the George Thabe Stadium, where the Gauteng government was hosting its event, were enjoying crumbs left for them by the "colonialist regime".

  • bibi.vanzyl - 2013-03-22 10:16

    Were they not supposed to go and vote. They live of our goodwill and then see it fit to criticese. Yes, why is it based in SA. Surely you should operate from your own country.

      anitaj2010 - 2013-03-24 09:20

      What do you expect from a Youth League whose average age is 40 years? I guess they mean youth by behaviour and not age.

  • Shaun Russell - 2013-03-22 10:24

    The best thing about the ANC youth league is that they aren't the ZANU-PF youth league.

      Ron Dos - 2013-03-22 11:20

      Is their any difference?

  • Michael Jackwood - 2013-03-22 10:29

    That allegation must be investigated, if found to be true, he must be sent home with an immediate effect, what does he want here in the first place if he is happy with his country economic state?

      Koos van der Merwe - 2013-03-22 10:59

      Maybe he wants a little food and maybe some water?

  • Makhosonke Mqikela - 2013-03-22 10:29

    What are you doing in South Africa in the first place? You ARE sell-outs to your country men who battle to put bread on the table whilst you enjoy what RSA offers...

  • Fly Onthewall - 2013-03-22 10:36

    Zani-PF youth league best u get home soon the Pope is coming to visit and MadBob does not want to dissappoint...

  • Dudley Futcher - 2013-03-22 10:36

    Blah blah blah. whatever man

  • Michael Jackwood - 2013-03-22 10:36

    This guy statement is very provocative, and has the potential to start another xenophobic attack, he must remember that south african youth is tollarating living with Zimbabweans side by side under very difficult circumstances, resources are scares and south african are forced to share what is their with his people, he must learn to shut up and enjoy tax money that other people are working very hard for.

  • Mishack Tintswalo Hlungwani - 2013-03-22 10:37

    The worst thing zuma did was to let you cross the boarder for free, that's why i still hate him. Most of zims in limpopo are zombies MFs.

      galmzala - 2013-03-22 11:14

      you forgot something they came riding cocrodile

  • Deon Louw - 2013-03-22 10:48

    Maybe you are the sell out beign based in Johannesburg. Go back to Zimbabwe to fix your own country first.

  • Lucky Luke - 2013-03-22 11:01

    go home fat heads.

  • blessing.khumalo.90 - 2013-03-22 11:10

    So now u've done destroying zim you now want s.a to do the same let me tell u are lucky cause u have a country to run to south africans wont survive in any african country they are so used to many privilages unlike you bloody zombies

      Joe - 2013-03-22 13:15

      @Khuluza : What you think there are no privileges for people in South Africa? Well see that is part of the problem. You think you know what is what, but let me tell you, you don't know what is what. Ask any common Zimbabwean what privileges we all enjoy here in South Africa. Ask them about the things they are willing to leave their husbands, wives and children for to come here and get some of the goodness.

  • Nhlanhla Madonsela - 2013-03-22 11:10

    Sorry Zim man just pack n go back home n sort out ur problems of your own country this is SA not Zim we know how to sort ourselfs so shut up.

  • galmzala - 2013-03-22 11:10

    hey you ZanuPF youth look who is talking go back home, you grandpa is waiting for you,you are pointing a finger to us while the other fingers are pointing back to you. attention seekers if you know what is good for you, dont start something that you will not finish, nxa morons

  • Thuto Shomolekae - 2013-03-22 11:13

    tell that zombi to go back to zombi town (zimbabwe)

  • Tryven Nkuna - 2013-03-22 11:17

    go and tell ur fellow zimbabweans.

  • Dave Kofang - 2013-03-22 11:22

    No wonder Zimbabwe is so messed up bcos its people would rather run to SA than solving their problems.Why are they allowed to operate from SA?

      Charlton Ngwenya - 2013-03-24 12:22

      why was SA(anc) opperating in zim and other african states ??? (apartheid era)

  • Chris du Plessis - 2013-03-22 11:24

    Zuma moet nou somer al die Zim/mense terug stuur Zim toe uit en gedaan.

      Magda Henning - 2013-03-22 12:24

      Chris, hy moet sommer saam hulle gaan. Hulle dra die bolero en ketysiebessie koors saam hulle en dit is highly contageous

  • Joe Kwasi Spirit - 2013-03-22 11:26

    However true the comments may be, but what if they could go back and pass comments to their screwed up country?

  • Jabulani Lucky Chabalala - 2013-03-22 11:26

    I guess I am missing something here

  • Vusi Nhlabathi - 2013-03-22 11:27

    this is not zimbabwe........go and kill urself

      Maré Du Plessis - 2013-03-22 11:53

      Amen! Thank you comrade!

  • Lwazi Mthabela - 2013-03-22 11:28

    Your country has no currency, you have now government whatsoever and you come here pointing fingers. grow a pair and go back o where you come from and advise Mugabe, see if you wont land up in jail. Talk about crapping on your door step.

      Maré Du Plessis - 2013-03-22 11:53

      Amen comrade!

      bibi.vanzyl - 2013-03-22 12:59

      @Booi; As a South African, I have lived in 2 West African countries and I am now living in my 2nd East African country. Two of these countries were colonies. As my husband travels a lot for his work, I have always been heavily involved in voluntary work amongst the people of the country we live in. I certainly do not know everything, but just want to tell you that with regards to 'being free' you should count yourself lucky living in SA.

      timothy.tanzer.5 - 2013-03-22 14:05

      @Kagiso... How many African countries have you lived in besides South Africa.. how many have you visited... Like Bibi I have seen my fair share of real Africa... count yourself very lucky for living in South Africa

      bibi.vanzyl - 2013-03-22 15:07

      @Booi: our townships look like 5star housing against the places I have seen. No electricity in the slums futher north. AND no services whatsoever. As for the wages: how does a dollar a day go down with you?

      Magda Henning - 2013-03-22 15:17

      Kagiso, you are right the BAAS is paying you bro's and sisters and your salary. The BAAS are the tax payers

      Mabeshankone ZoSuthu - 2013-03-24 06:33

      "You have a currency but it's in the hands of the elite.Most of you guys are staying in shacks,footing to work in a land of plenty.You do not own the means of production and i pity you for that.If Zuma had not sold out Julius you could be wiser by now." _ That may very well be, but we still have a country that we can fix over time. Zimbabwe is just a place on a map now. Citizens are in the diaspora. South Africa has never been about knee-jerk policies. Haste makes waste; and the wasted lands of Zim are proof of that. We have had more than three presidents since '94 against Zimbabwe's president for life. We are going to the polls again next year, which WILL be free and fair. The less said about Zimbabwe, the better. Pity us while we literary keep your whole country afloat - very clever. #ProudlySouthAfrican, baby.

  • Gift Mpho Letsoalo - 2013-03-22 11:32

    are they based in jhb for what good reason? zanu pf betrayed the people of zim by denying mere human right..the right to freedom

  • Boichoko Dichaba - 2013-03-22 11:33

    lets not hammer on a young man the best is to discuss the issue his is raising. what happened to african union, who where the drivers of african union and is any of you know how it start and what was it about.

      Joe - 2013-03-22 12:33

      The issue at hand is why is the young man so brainwashed that he hero worships devils like Muammar Gaddafi... Who was such a despot and so hated by his own people that they beat him to death with sticks and stones and their bare hands?

      timothy.tanzer.5 - 2013-03-22 14:06

      actually we will hammer him and then tell him to go home

  • Gift Mpho Letsoalo - 2013-03-22 11:40

    he should leav country with the way who stole the previous election in zimbabwe

  • HASANIMA - 2013-03-22 11:46

    Leave him, JZ will deal with him swiftly, jzzzzzz knows how to deal with noise makers

      Tsepo Mdlalose - 2013-03-22 13:22

      he only knows arms deal

  • Sihle Zondie - 2013-03-22 11:49

    Mr Mtete plz stop smoking that stuff before you mess around and get deported

  • Sizane Jayraven Ntonga - 2013-03-22 12:00

    Go and tell mogabe that and leave our country in peace,you can't stand your ground against him now you come into our country and run your mouth.

  • Joe - 2013-03-22 12:00

    Zanu PF... A party inspired by a leader who believes in breaking the entire system down in order to take Africa back to a system where there's a king and the rest are peasants making a living from subsistence farming. I'm not making that up. Go read his history. That is why their youths are brainwashed enough to hero worship el comrade dictator extremo Muammar Gaddafi. They actually think its right that citizens should be brutally oppressed and told exactly what to do.

  • JanGrimbeek - 2013-03-22 12:04

    This is juju speaking by mouth of zpfy. (Limpopo extension 1) Somehow I sort of agree with them... but ... If these morons start criticizing the anc then the anc are really in for some big internal hiding.

  • THESNIPER - 2013-03-22 12:04

    Are these Zanus missing a few brain cells ????? oh i forgot theres no brain cell but 2 marbles rolling in an empty can...

  • Magda Henning - 2013-03-22 12:16

    Voertsek terug na julle land toe.

  • Derrick Murphy - 2013-03-22 12:16

    There must be a really good reason why the ANC keeps supporting these f-ups inspite of their repeated insults.When Mugabe insulted former pres. Mandela for telling him to have free and fair elections, these "youths" joined in, and we still support them and their leaders

  • Xolani Mpungose - 2013-03-22 12:21

    This boy is talking about ANC and South African politics. Why don't he talk about human rights abuse by his ZANU PF .People are tortured,starving,killed;Raped,kidnapped by them.ZANU PF is practising autocracy.He is talking about irregularities here what about rotten politics by him and his political party

      MJS1234 - 2013-03-22 12:49

      Agree 100%

  • Bruce Gauld - 2013-03-22 12:24

    What are they doing in Jozi ??! They seem to be a bit lost. It shows in the way they think to.

  • Mthokozisi Ndokweni - 2013-03-22 12:26

    Truth about mugabe

  • Dylan Mugabe - 2013-03-22 12:35

    Crawl back into your hole ZanuPF. Your party is a blight on Africa.

  • Herbert Sithole - 2013-03-22 12:53

    I runaway from this zanu pf ,and they follow us again here to talk sh**t abt the country that is supporting us.They shld be home with thier mugabe

  • Mabina Maledu - 2013-03-22 13:12


  • Sonja Brandt - 2013-03-22 13:15

    I am married to a Libyan and have a house in Libya, and the fact that this idiot calls Zuma a sell out for authorzing the attack on Gadaffi means that he has no clue about the people of Libya. Libyans do not like the west, however, they welcomed the aid that was given to them. Libyans now, for the first time in 40 years, consider themselves free. The downfall of Gadaffi is celebrated. Thus Mr Zanu-PF (idiot!) Are u saying that Zuma should have denied Libyans their freedom? Well, I guess u would, since u clearly support dictators.

      alistair.parkinson - 2013-03-23 18:24

      @Punungwe Free oil you say! sweet!

      Mabeshankone ZoSuthu - 2013-03-24 06:12

      House in Libya! Yeah, right! Anyway, point taken. The "special effects" were totally unnecessary.

  • HerpDerp - 2013-03-22 13:19

    What the actual...who are the ZANU-pf mickey mice to talk about politics when their OWN government has failed them!?! how dumb are these people?

  • timothy.tanzer.5 - 2013-03-22 13:23

    Go back to Zimbabwe... We are not interested in what you have to say... bloody agent!

  • KReddy - 2013-03-22 13:33

    Lol. These crazies must just hop on a bust and go back and wipe their own behinds before criticizing SA, even with all out flaws. At least we are more progressive and not as radical as mad bob is. For that reason I have one bit of respect for the ANC, not SOOOOOOO radical as they see to have some idea what radical revolution will do. Am para, go back to zim and suck gas, I think there's no food there. Go back riding your crocodiles and fix the fence while you at it. U broke it, you fix it. 'Tsek!!!!!!!

  • Sbonelo Duma - 2013-03-22 13:33

    The reason why they make such comment it's because they're in a comfort zone here why their fellow country man are dying of hunger, But all they're doing is to stick their noses on something that is non of their business, Advise go home and leave Sandton they you will know how difficult life is in Zimbabwe

  • andile.makhanya - 2013-03-22 13:36

    We now have Zanu-PF youth based South Africa! further more they have the audacity to critisize our country, it's one thing hearing crap from south africans but when we are judged by zanu-pf youth thats BULLSH*T!

  • Sbonelo Duma - 2013-03-22 13:37

    Even if they have a point, but this is non of their business instead addressing pressing matters in Zim they are busy talking about SA issues, I work with guys from Zim i understand they pain and frustration, and i wouldn't make such comments when my own country is shambles, unless of course i'm so comfortable where i am so much that i forget where i come from

  • timothy.tanzer.5 - 2013-03-22 14:00

    At least this ZanuPF moron is helping us black and white South Africans to come together to tell you to f#%k off back to where you came from

  • oliver.lankes.3 - 2013-03-22 14:02

    Hey Mtete, you moron's don't even have crumps at home

  • Tusani Masoka - 2013-03-22 14:11

    We as South African's can be on each other's throat, but we can defend our country from such imbeciles as the JHB based ZANUPF so called youth. Go back where u are cuming & sort ur own problems!!

  • johann.enslin.9 - 2013-03-22 14:14

    Really enjoying how South African's are standing united on this one! Good one!

      jacqui.daanevanrensburg - 2013-03-23 11:38

      Johann Enslin. So am I. Now if only we can stand together all the time.

  • Attila Biemuller - 2013-03-22 14:15

    Go home and get your own house in order,before preaching on foreign ground.