Zuma: ANCYL must accept Malema's fate

2012-03-16 13:11

Johannesburg - The ANC Youth League must accept that it needs to appoint a new president and move on, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday.

"Once the process of disciplinary procedures has been concluded there will not be anything else to do thereafter - the youth league will have to move forward," Zuma told The New Age newspaper and SABC business breakfast in Port Elizabeth.

Julius Malema was expelled by the national disciplinary committee for sowing division in the party and bringing it into disrepute.

"It [the youth league] will have to have a new president that will be able to move the organisation forward, I don't think it's a crisis," he said.

He said the ANC had no choice but to apply the constitution of the party and "the constitution is very clear".

He acknowledged that Malema's appeal process was still underway.

"[But] I think at the end of the day that has drawn to a conclusion," said Zuma.

He also dismissed suggestions that the youth league had lost confidence in the ruling party.

  • Herman - 2012-03-16 13:16

    Now is the time for malema to start his own political party, the anc baby league.

      Kgomotso Radise - 2012-03-16 13:30

      It will be naive of him to start a political party now, instead he should focus on his studies.

      TBlogger - 2012-03-16 13:32

      Please don't give him any ideas Herman!

      nthlarhi.ntimane - 2012-03-16 13:44

      The STD 3 qualified Zuma realises that with Malema on the ANCYL he won't get the second term to continue to screw our country with his fellow Zulu cronies, Cele, Ndebele etc.

      Sheik - 2012-03-16 13:45

      Kgomotso Radise:- Taking back handers come naturally within the ANCYL and ruling party, no study required.

      martin.vandermerwe - 2012-03-16 13:58

      @Simnikiwe, you crack me up, " the greatest economic freedom fighter in our lifetime", the biggest idiot of our lifetime it should be said!!!

      John - 2012-03-16 13:59

      @Simnikiwe : You are joking right,... Just checking,.. "Greatest economic freedom fighter" should read "Richest economic freedom fighter". Who was another rich leader fighting for economic freedom (HINT - Won lotto twice)

      Meself - 2012-03-16 14:03

      Let him study, he would fail, just like he has at politics

      Simnikiwe - 2012-03-16 14:16

      John, the fact that he is rich and yet still fighting for the poor should be enough to convince you that he is the greatest economic freedom fighter. Malema is already economically free and strives for others to be economically free as well. Don't hate.

      Bryan - 2012-03-16 14:24

      @Simnikiwe.. Are you really that stupid are have you been brainwashed like the rest of the youth into believing Malema's BS...??

      Simnikiwe - 2012-03-16 14:34

      Bryan, if you define stupid as someone who wants to see black people participating in the economy of the country through business ownership, creation of job opportunities, getting quality education and eradicating poverty, then yes! Im stupid.

      Andrew - 2012-03-16 14:56

      Should call it the NAPPY = National African Peoples Party for Youth

      Rob - 2012-03-16 15:03

      Simnikiwe: I agree that black people should be .....hang on I don't! What I agree with is that ALL people should be participating in SA's economy! Equally I believe that opportunities (for education, employment and wealth) should be opened to all based each person's capacity and qualification. Access based on favour, poltics, race, religion or colour are not just biased and damaging to the country, they are also insulting to anyone that has so litlle confidence and self respect that they actually begin to believe that the only way that they can compete is by everyone else being handicapped!

      Cindy - 2012-03-16 15:10

      @Simnikiwe... I think all the white people will support the idea of black people participating in the economy of the country through business ownership, creation of job opportunities, getting quality education and eradicating poverty. The problem lies in that how they want to go about doing it. As a small business owner I’ve started at the bottom and worked my way into a sustainable efficient business, although the climate is very difficult nowadays for people with my skin colour. I didn’t get hand-outs and I don't depend on the brothers within the ruling party to get jobs. Malema and people supporting him, think white people owe them something and therefore should give all we have worked hard for to blacks because the political situation over 20 years back. I don't see the Chinese, Indian, Muslims etc. going into poverty because of what happened in Apartheid. Instead they worked hard, got skilled and made money like the white population. I think something BIG is wrong with your race and the time to start looking at yourselves for the drawback instead of blaming whites has come. Get your brothers & sisters to build up, gather and save for future generations, and not just break down what already has been build.

      Simnikiwe - 2012-03-16 15:11

      @critically honest, I like your comment. I agree too, every one should be afforded the same opportunities, equally.

      Pythagoras - 2012-03-16 15:24

      @ Cindy - You nailed it right on the head. The problem is is that these people don't see anything wrong in what they are doing so things will never change. The general mentality is "I want I want I want" everything for free. They robbed the white people of SA. They took away what we built... And now that they have it, they don't know how to run it and cannot see the profits. Which means that they think we still have the wealth. When in actual fact, it's their leaders robbing them clean! It's a never ending struggle this! And no hope!

      Cindy - 2012-03-16 15:48

      Simnikiwe... Just imagine a South Africa where all people is equal, all people can compete in business, sport on the same level and all 49 million of us could work together towards a common goal. Gee SA would be the next world superpower.... I personally try to inspire black people i know to rather stand on their own feet and stop depending so much on others to carry them. My pervious comment wasn’t meant to be racist, but just to let black people know that giving them something that they didn’t work for is a bad idea not only for them, but for the whole country. The new black generation of South Africa are in a position now to show their fellow South Africans that they can compete in everything that our country can offer, but then they should support good leaders with the same agenda. What Malema wants is a revolution, which would be sooo so bad for SA and the economy. And the people that would suffer the most is the people at the very end of the food chain.

      Simnikiwe - 2012-03-16 16:00

      Okay Cindy stop rubbing salt to the wound already. You are 100% correct. The truth hurts, yes most of us blacks are lazy. Can't believe Im admitting this...Im a sellout eish.

      Cindy - 2012-03-16 16:46

      Ja eish Simnikiwe, but don't worry, whites have lots of drawbacks aswell... just go to loftus versfeld on a saturday and you will see many... ha ha

      John - 2012-03-16 18:35

      @Simnikiwe : I think Cindy is trying to make the point that unequal opportunities is being advanced by the person you support. This is the main reason I will not support him, because he is the biggest advocate for unequal opportunities. Why do you stand for him if you agree with Cindy?

      Neil - 2012-03-16 19:52

      @Simnikiwe You are the most honest black man I have ever seen comment on News24. You don't play liberal games. You are a black nationalist. I respect that, because I am a WHITE NATIONALIST. That puts us at odds, unfortunately. I don't expect brainwashed liberal whites to understand what you and I both understand: that blacks & whites will never be the same, because of thousands of years of evolution in very different environments on this planet. The problem this creates you and me is that we want to fight over the same thing. Rather give us what we deserve for creating the country that you are now razing to the ground - our own homeland. We freely gave you numerous different homelands, where you could thrive if you were capable of it. I can promise you that WE will make a success out of ours. Let's be honest - the ANC would like nothing more than to see a civil war in SA. Let's avoid that. Whites are by nature not prone to reckless procreation, but being outnumbered has never in history held us back from our goals.

      trix.duvenage - 2012-03-16 21:19

      And for Cosato to start their own independant party as well ANd then it is time for the man with the many wifes to step down and hand over power to another party altogether. Z time is out and Cosato will eventaually make sure he is no factor at all.

      trix.duvenage - 2012-03-22 17:46

      @Kgomotso Radise: I agree with you. he has a lot to learn. Quite a lot

  • Themba - 2012-03-16 13:18

    Bye Bye Juju.

      Peter - 2012-03-16 14:42

      Not quite Themba ... unfortunately JZ chose his words very carefully and has, if I read all the comments here, pulled the wool over everyone's eyes yet again. He made all his comments subject to continuation and outcomes of the appeals process. VERY cleverly said, unfortunately. I wish he rather plainly said that J must resign immediately as the ANC have lost all confidence in him ... but alas ... he is keeping his options open, as always.

      Kolobe - 2012-03-16 16:52

      guess shawara forgot about events of polokwane

  • Amanda - 2012-03-16 13:20

    Looks like these was the final words!

      Keith - 2012-03-16 13:28


      Peter - 2012-03-16 14:44

      Unfortunately no Amanda ... very carefully and slowly read exactly what he is quoted as saying above and ignore the editorialised version of News24 in the intro and headline. JZ has left all options open as always.

      Mtizozo - 2012-03-16 15:19

      and that is one of his strongest point,,

  • Pythagoras - 2012-03-16 13:20

    Oh but they have lost confidence in your party shower-head. It's the ignorant fighting the ignorant. Both of you are heading for disaster and both of you will go under! I just wish we were at that point already cause your country is crying! While you have a power stuggle, our economy is going down day by day. We are worst off than pre-94. Everything is expensive and the unemployment is staggering! The crime rate is also out of control!!!

      Romano - 2012-03-16 13:37

      Pythagoras go search google- our economy is not going down and we are not worse than before 1994. prices WILL go up even in Australia, because of inflation.Crime stats Will go up because we are more people. and i agree unemployment is bad but only because we have negative people like you and Julius in SA. start thinking positive. the past is past. pre 1994 black people were killed and buried without anyone knowing and it was kept secret. today we can rely on media to give us all this negative and positive stories. pre1994 you didnt hear about corruption not because there wes no corruption but because it was kept under wraps. please people stop with this PRE1994 rasicm we dont need it in this country

      Pythagoras - 2012-03-16 13:45

      @ Romano - Why could a forklift driver afford to buy a 3 bedroom house and a decent car before 94? Why could you leave your doors open at night? Why did the kids have respect for their parents and did good at school? Why was the top news on TV, a celebrity coming to SA? I am not racist! Truly I am not! But ever since 94, this country has become an awful, violent, corrupt, filthy place to live in. All these foreigners with their drugs... Murder, rape, violent crimes and the list goes on!

      Pythagoras - 2012-03-16 13:48

      Just FYI - I am sure a forklift driver or garbage man can still afford to buy a decent house in Australia! Skilled IT people like myself cant even afford to rent a f%^ken flat in today's SA! There is no future here!

      Barker - 2012-03-16 14:06

      My neighbour's son works as a garbage collector in England. He owns a 2 bedroom home (his choice), owns a family sized motor car and superbike. Goes out once a week to an expensive restaurant with his mates. Walks home at 23H00 without the need for an armed escort.

      Kindness - 2012-03-16 14:12

      @Pytosomething: which country do u come from? why are you in SA anyway?if it so bad, why dont u join the rest and go to australia? SA is alive; ask FIFA president and the rest of the world, they'll tell you that we are the only country in the world that people can raise they voice without any concerns of being targeted. SA is the best, i've been around the world, and there's no place like SA. go to OR tambo, ask those who r departing, and u'll hear the stories (great ones).

      Romano - 2012-03-16 14:26

      Because of inflation and maybe you were overpaid! just joking. Kids had respect because parents taught them respect, not the government's problem but parents problem. what top news are you talking about? celebs still come to SA all the time you are just too focused on crime and murder to see it. U2, Kings of leon, the eagles, usher even vanilla ice was here. in Australia they can afford that it because they have free healthcare and pension, but when our goverment wants to implement that everyone is negative. a house and car is cheaper but food and toiletries is more expensive. if we help the police instead of paying bribes and driving drunk, speeding the police can focus on the bigger crime and then you can sleep with your door open. yes we have problems but negativity wont change it. me and my wife wanted to go to australia but i cant leave this country!

      Mmateka - 2012-03-16 14:39

      Pythagoras cool down and get the facts right dude. The IT u claim to have its degree is the cause of all this evil. Without IT, development will be limited (i.e. Tech used for Gautrain, building stadiums for 2010 FIFA WC, e-toll gates that I don't like, etc)...which means less GDP growth rate and meaning thiefs will know that u don't have money and you'll be free to come home anytime at night. Again, get your numbers correct dude. Population of 10 people will have less thugs than one with 45 000 000 people. Lastly, if you passed your IT with good marks... you'll get a job one day. Just be patient.

      senzos - 2012-03-16 15:59

      @Pythagoras, How can you say blacks robbed you of YOUR SA?! You do realise that black folks were here before whites right? The whole thing of a forklift driver affording a house... Well that's how oppression worked buddy, the minority (whites) got it easy that's why YOU wish it were the apartheid days again. Life was good back then huh? who reported crime back then in a non-democratic state? NO ONE! imagine a black reporter blowing the whistle on government, that person would have been killed BY THE GOVERNMENT and it would have been cool to people who think like you. best thing to do is stop comparing eras whether you're black or white and do good by others.

  • Bluecrest - 2012-03-16 13:22

    Hit the road jack & don't come back no more no more!!!

  • Andile Nokhetshe - 2012-03-16 13:23

    Why not just disband the ANCYL...?

      Mtizozo - 2012-03-16 13:41

      No its still needed, only Malema that is not needed,,

  • TBlogger - 2012-03-16 13:25

    hahahahahaha!! JZ wants Juju out.. who would have ever thought this day would come? Thats right ANC, slowly slowly start turning on each other. Sooner or later, you will collapse

      MoAfrika - 2012-03-16 13:33

      Pipe dream hahahahaha

  • Piet - 2012-03-16 13:26

    Zuma also got fired once....

      Econwald - 2012-03-16 14:40

      that's powerful, thanks for raising it, now because he is the president thinks other people don't deserve the second chance, Chikane's second book is coming soon

  • nkulu.bgumede - 2012-03-16 13:27

    i bet thabo mbheki is going to give karma a big hug after what happened to juju.

  • JohncarlosBiza - 2012-03-16 13:27

    Why is it such a big deal for them to have a new leader?!

  • Herman - 2012-03-16 13:27

    Is malema now also previously disadvantaged or newly disadvantaged?

  • Brenny - 2012-03-16 13:29


      Sean - 2012-03-16 13:53

      LOL , YOU IMBECILE !!!

      Econwald - 2012-03-16 14:42

      juju is my leader, no matter what

  • nhamo.dzenyika - 2012-03-16 13:30

    just forgive the youngman. we need him to keep ANC in power - otherwise you are giving the initiative to DA

      Bob - 2012-03-16 14:29

      Why would anyone in their right mind want to keep the ANC in power, why not a liberal minded party that will look after the people of this country and not their own welfare, why not give a non racist party such as the DA a fair chance to prove to all the people of this country that they can do the job, surely the ANC have proven, beyond any doubt, that they are totally useless and corrupt.

  • Brenny - 2012-03-16 13:32


      hanno.vanhelsdingen - 2012-03-16 13:41

      Brenny -- Uhm you are clearly living in a world of your own. This country still has values and a constitution and so does the ANC. JuJu stepped over the line and got what he deserved. I agree Zuma will also face the firing squad, but do not get your hopes up.

      Sean - 2012-03-16 13:55

      So rules and regulations apply to ANCYL when it suits them ?? F@cken bunch of arrogant and brainless idiots !!

  • andisaz - 2012-03-16 13:34

    Does this mean that Juju's faith has been decided even before the appeal has been concluded? Sensitive statement by Zuma.

      Shaunsmith337 - 2012-03-16 13:47

      Actually, he is already suspended, the only thing he can appeal now is his expulsion from the anc. If he wins, then he is still suspended.....

  • Mashudu - 2012-03-16 13:36

    It just shows that JZ no longer want Malema anymore.

      Jonathan - 2012-03-16 16:36

      The penny dropped!!!

  • Jennifer - 2012-03-16 13:36

    "The constitution is clear." Is that the constitution they plan on rewriting? I must say, as much as I dislike Fat Boy's stance, I feel sorry for him - the ANC has used him shamelessly and, being somewhat deficient in grey cells, Fat Boy fell for it.

      Mtizozo - 2012-03-16 13:49

      I seems to differ with you Jenny, its not the ANC but himself, If you listened to Mbalula, he said they were also vocal during their times and when they get out of the way, they were guided by the leaders at the time, and they have listened to their leaders. Now with Julius it opposite. He never listened, and he has been declared as unchangable.

  • Buhle - 2012-03-16 13:37

    ANCYL must accept Malema's fate.... Ye right Mr. President, now you can't tame him. Malema and his ANCYL buddies will never give up. Just restructure the whole ANCYL!!! Or send in the veterans to line up a firing squad.

  • Andre - 2012-03-16 13:40

    Malema who? He is too dumb to do anything for himself, just like most of his peers. They just want, want, demand, nationalise, steal, take from the whites ...etc. They don't have the ability and will and intellect to do anything for themselves, just like Africa.

      jmohlaba - 2012-03-16 13:49

      steal from who? Daaaa! ANC will rule until the second comming of Jesus.

      victor.kaumba - 2012-03-16 14:36

      "They don't have the ability and will and intellect to do anything for themselves, just like Africa. " I don't think this is a good statement to make in this naive democracy. Wish you coud really take it back coz I've a feeling it would be construed as a racist remark.

      tau.mohale1 - 2012-03-16 14:36

      andre please lets refrain from using racism in the issues of polotics as these degrades your intellactual on debate

  • Sika - 2012-03-16 13:41

    So Zuma, you think you are bigger than the party now? I thought people should not make pronouncement regarding party processes untill such time that an appointed committee make such announcement? ohhh well this proves what the league has always been saying that it's useless to go through the process when people like you and Gwede have already made a rulling on the matter...! now I have no doubt that this was politicaly motivated...! shower head you are the weakest leader the ANC has ever had...!

      Abel - 2012-03-16 14:18

      Shower Head lmfao...

      Polotiek - 2012-03-16 14:31

      Showerman wa re sokolisa, We'll meet him in Mangaung.

  • Sthe Lwami Luthuli - 2012-03-16 13:42

    I think it stupid of Zuma to make such comment,when there's a election conference to take place, unless the ANC want to meddle with the structures of the youth league. Yes it fall under the whole wing but the youth league has it own constitutional. We all due respect Mr President concentrate on making sure that you might survive na eMangaug and leave the Youth League to handle it issues, I'm not the fan of Malema but you over doing it now.

      Krish - 2012-03-18 22:44

      As a President of the country he has every right to like every one on this blog.

  • Dennis - 2012-03-16 13:42

    This arrogant, ignorant, uneducated herdboy is leading the rush to sink the ship !!!

      zymsimango - 2012-03-16 14:20

      Hey wena u dont need a degree or to be white in order to be a president

      victor.kaumba - 2012-03-16 14:40

      Yet you can still embrace and use "Windows" from a university drop-out.

  • Thulani Mthombeni-Five Skhibhas Sparks - 2012-03-16 13:43

    People can't compare Zuma's firing from the post of being Deputy President with Malema being fired from the ANC!!!...Zuma though he was asked to leave still had pulling power within the ruling party which he used to fight back and return to the Union Buildings this time as top dog...what power does Malema have now???Cause his backers are hiding in the shadows!!!

  • Negry - 2012-03-16 13:45

    I thought Malema is yet to hear his fate since he appealed.

  • Ian - 2012-03-16 13:45

    "He also dismissed suggestions that the youth league had lost confidence in the ruling party". That may be the case, however a lot of other people who matter have!!!!!!!!!!

  • Louisa - 2012-03-16 13:45

    Haaaaa Shower...your fate too wll be dealt n Mangaung. Malema is not going anywhere. You and the Guptas will be dealt with. Come Mangaung 2012.

  • Malesela Teffo - 2012-03-16 13:46

    Zuma u must also get it into ur head gore we wnt Malema as our leader, not some puppet wth a zipped mouth. A re nyake bo 'Yes Sir'.

      Nigel - 2012-03-16 13:53

      INDLOVU !!!!!

  • E=MC2 - 2012-03-16 13:49

    bye bye Julius... we'll miss you. NOT!!!!!!!!

  • Mzamo - 2012-03-16 13:58

    I have noticed that the honourable President always say "...I THINK....."! See here....."I DON'T THINK it's a crisis.......","[But] I THINK at the end of the day that has drawn to a conclusion," said Zuma.

  • Den - 2012-03-16 14:01

    for all those that think the anc will rule for ever....we all know what happend and what was said about the titanic..

  • Lekgwakgwa - 2012-03-16 14:02

    If members of ANCYL loves the organization must stop to fight with mother body and work hard to build ANC and forget about Malema or forget about ANC follow Malema when he speak without organization and wait appeal at Mangaung on December

  • Mtizozo - 2012-03-16 14:04

    Once the process of disciplinary procedures has been concluded there will not be anything else to do thereafter - the youth league will have to move forward," Zuma says this knowing very well that the process is still not complete. Whether Malema wins or he get expelled, but the Leage must move on. This is a crear statement from the president. I see people are alredy misunderstanding Zuma, We need to know how politicians talks and how they get themself out on what they say.

  • Nhlanhla Shange - 2012-03-16 14:16

    The President has spoken

      Krish - 2012-03-18 22:51

      Because the decision to expel Malema is a foregone conclusion. He can appeal all he wants the decision will remain because I am an ANC member and I say so.

  • Letjitlane - 2012-03-16 14:18

    Malema's appeal process is underway. How can the ANCYL "have to have a new president"? Go nkga legotlo le le golo la poo mo!!!

  • kmphasha - 2012-03-16 14:22

    Ntate wa go hlapa ka Shower, o wa re lapisha, Is there something you want to tell us ?

  • simphiwegift.mjozi - 2012-03-16 14:25

    What the president of the ANC said about ANC youth league to move on and elect a new president,was long overdue..Corrections must be applied where it is necessary and we must all remember that each and every organisation has its own rules and regulations so everybody must follow those rules,if you do not then you must ship out.,NOBODY IS BIGGER THAN THE LAW

      Mtizozo - 2012-03-16 14:34

      Simpiwe, and the constitution of the ancyl can not overide the constitution of the mother body, this is where the Youth has been misslead by the current leadreship of the ancyl,,

  • tau.mohale1 - 2012-03-16 14:29

    jaa people we must hav a party as julias malemas fate was finaly concealed by the presidant of the country no more worring about the ancyl lobbing to the anc nec. caus no one in the nec wants to be in the firing line for julias even mbalula is keepin quite about the aftershok and sexwale has distant himself from the imbarresments of the ancyl so is winnie mandela

  • Pumeza - 2012-03-16 14:31

    Simnikiwe idiots like malema don't need anyone to kick them out they do it themselves. He has done a good job at one beats him. Economically free because he doing what kind of work?? Being tenderpreneur is not sustainable.....oh he did not even do that he just formed a trust and became that economic freedom?

  • KaVuyo - 2012-03-16 14:36

    if malema start a new party it would benefit DA

  • laren.reddy - 2012-03-16 14:37

    Maybe this time around they will appoint true youth leaders, i.e. under 18 years old!

  • Mtizozo - 2012-03-16 14:47

    Malema has apologies to the ANC and to all those who he had differences with. Which is good and it was very touching to wach that program with Vuyo. But now what whould have happen to Malema if he resigned himself from being the president of the YL?

      Sthembiso Mohlathe - 2012-03-16 14:52

      Fake apology if u wanna know what I think.

      Sharon - 2012-03-16 19:14

      what is it with you black people,cant you elect an intelligent,educated person as your leader,why do you always go for the loud mouth slogan shouting idiots who want to turn this country into the next zimbabwe

  • Econwald - 2012-03-16 14:47

    Mr president has forgotten his past, too early.

  • Sthembiso Mohlathe - 2012-03-16 14:50

    True to that statement my President

  • epxaba - 2012-03-16 14:53

    Hhay Msholozi usheshe wenza I conclusion while the process is still going on perhaps you might sign the goodbye letter as the president of the country while your were referring to ancylg leader

      Mtizozo - 2012-03-16 15:04

      Come mangaung, Gedleyhlekisa for presidency,,

  • Sphiwe - 2012-03-16 15:43

    As young as I am i think I've got some minimal understanding of what freedom fighters where fighting for and I choose to believe it was not lies, reverse apartheid, corruption and cheating your own people and create a diversion so what I see from the leaders makes all the fighting have second agendas my opinion anyway when it comes to pointless so called economic freedom fighters.

  • sampson.mamphweli - 2012-03-16 15:58

    Zuma is right, there is no way the NDCA will reinstate Malema, the young lions must just face reality and start looking for a new leader now.

  • Ambi - 2012-03-16 16:18

    Oh Happy days..oh Happy days *singing*

  • Ambi - 2012-03-16 16:19

    Did Simnikiwe really honestly say that malema was the best economic freedom fighter?? BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA seriaaaas?

  • Jonathan - 2012-03-16 16:31

    When are we ever going to get rid of this scum Zuma/Malema and the likes that infested this country. Is this the best that the ANC has to put forward to lead this country. God help us all because we are going only one way with them in control and that is down!!!!!!!

  • Matanje - 2012-03-16 18:22

    How do you accept results of a kangaroo court, Mr Zuma if you were Julius Malema? You as Jacob Zuma yourself feared to this day the prospect of facing a well-constituted and constitutionally-erected supreme court (Chapter 8 of our Constitution) in order to answer on your alleged involvement with ex-your-KwaZulu-Natal Fraudster Schabir Schaik bribing u) and to this day u hid behind silly spy tapes about which u still need to tell a court "who gave them to u", (if not given the Xhosa corrupt tribalists you are protecting . Only2days ago,one of your lieutenants using the spy tapes got a bloodied nose in court using the notorious tapes and methinks if u knew what western democracy is as copied by South AFrica, u would have as of Wednesday announced a step back from the Union Building UNTIL THE D.A. CASE ABOUT YOUR SPY TAPES IS RESOLVED.But no,and because u do not understand the western democracy on whose platform u rule South Africa,U ARE STAYING PUT IN GOVT IN ORDER TO PROVOKE A CIVIL WAR LED BY YOUR ZULUS AND INDIANS OF NATAL SHOULD OTHER SENIOR ANC LEADERS ELECT TO RECALL U4ROM OFFICE. Yet u dare come to lecture us as to what the Youth League must do about Malema. Why do u think Mr Malema must accept your clearly unconstitutional NDC procedure on Malema so heavily influenced by your loud day-dreams (as this one) for a second term as ANC leader? What is good for Goose Zuma is even better for Gander Malema!

      Krish - 2012-03-18 22:58

      Malemma is a liability to the state and must go for stability and peace in our beautiful country.