South Africa & Julius Malema

South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa, is a country located at the southern tip of Africa. Julius Sello Malema (born 3 March 1981, in Seshego) is a South African politician, and the president of the African National Congress Youth League. 5.0/5

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Ricky Rick should have known that Julius Malema is a reliable source of all news in South Africa before defending Mabala No…
South Africa should be considering a Julius Malema's day, a Julius Malema's statue & a street named after Malema in every P…
If I were president, apartheid South Africa leader FW De Klerk would be in jail , says Julius Malema:
Julius Malema wants the former President of South Africa, FW De Klerk, in jail:
Now I understand why says South Africa is on autopilot
I feel like South Africa doesn't appreciate Julius Malema and the enough. The DA only joined what the EFF started
Jacob Zuma once called Julius Malema, the future leader of South Africa.
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EFF leader Julius Malema says he is not aiming to be president of South Africa, but is focusing on his party becoming the go…
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EFF leader Julius Malema has received a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of South Africa in Pretoria.
We thank the Black god for Julius Malema and the EFF. South Africa for 20 had barren politics, until the Red Army arrived. …
“Big companies taking their capital out of South Africa are a bigger threat to Economic Freedom than… Julius Malema.” -Moeletsi Mbeki
CIC Julius Malema was ridiculed when he said , look at South Africa now
BREAKING NEWS!. MR Jacob G Zuma has denied that South Africa. hosted the FIFA 2010 World Cup!
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Floyd Shivambu just called Julius Malema the future president of South Africa.. Hehehe hay this guy is too much.
South Africa needs more ppl like This is spot on!
Julius Malema must be the next South Africa's president after Jacob Zuma for white to be saved in South Africa.
JULIUS MALEMA SPITS FIRE. People of God, I endorse this message by Julius Malema to the President of South Africa...
Kudos to for speaking up for unity in South Africa and non violence towards other African nationals in the country.
These guys say Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu are crazy but they are asking real political questions in South Africa...
President Jacob Zuma once described Julius Malema as the future leader of South Africa.
I am no fan of the EFF or Julius Malema (a pretty odious character himself) but this is not how South Africa should be.
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Julius Malema makes his new political party ideas easy to understand then. Good luck to Rhodisia, I mean South Africa h…
Julius Malema: South Africa's fiery politician mellows: The second thing - which grew on me over the course of...
Letters Gayton Mckenzie: How stupid do you think we are, Malema? 24 APR 2014 09:36 Gayton Mckenzie You get two kinds of politicians: those who come from prison and those who must go to prison. Julius Malema belongs to the latter, says the PA leader. Economic Freedom Fighters Julius Malema. (Gallo) Dear Julius Malema, I wronged people in this country two decades ago when I took part in heinous crimes. I have been trying to repay my debt to society for most of the years since. First, by successfully exposing corruption in jail then by speaking to millions of school kids across this country to dissuade them from a life of crime. I am now dedicating my life to the Patriotic Alliance, which puts ending gangsterism – but more importantly, the conditions that lead to gangsterism in communities – at the top of its agenda. We must get our young people into the mainstream economy. I see this Open Letter as part of repaying my many debts to society. If I did not speak up to warn the people of South Africa, but e ...
Jacob Zuma! For me, you are not South Africa's president but simply a privileged resident. Undeniably more corrupted than any other political leader in the past of RSA, I join Julius Malema and shout, GIVE THE MONEY BACK. Furthermore, your twée randse jokes such as "Western Cape is run by the wrong people and we are the right people" or "The trouble began when Jan van Riebeek arrived" are unacceptable. Madiba would take you to Robben Island for this. His cell could easily be adjusted to your specific needs (how many wifes again lol) and I would persoanlly assist to make it as comfy as possible.. I heard you only completed primary school, not any *** r skool. I think, instead, you went to the *** skool. So go back to school and resign, and open the school books which are not only useful to block doors on windy days. By the way: As an immigrant to South Africa,I had to pay a deposit equivalent to a return flight to Europe. Home Affairs still blocks this money and I would really need it right now. But I b ...
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Johannesburg - ANC struggle veteran Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has criticised the anarchy in Parliament, the SABC reported on Friday. “Never in our dreams did we imagine that Parliament would be reduced to what we see today,” she told the broadcaster. She said that South Africa was bleeding and that members of parliament should respect one another. “I don't think there's a single South African that's proud of what's going on in Parliament.” Madikizela-Mandela also said she hoped Economic Freedom Fighter's leader Julius Malema would return to the ANC. “I hope to bring Julius, to bring him back home one day, before I sleep forever,” she told the SABC.
In our epoch any new "revolutionary" organisation in South Africa which claims to be radical, pro Black but premised on Marxist Leninist Fanonian ideology is structured on lazy thinking. With due respect to Marx and Lenin the inability of leaders to develop ideas which r unique to their conditions meant to solve historical unique challenges is reflective that those leaders believe that South African problems can only be solved by European ideas. That instead of exporting our ideas we should continue importing old ideas. The EFF of Julius Malema is a big fuss and very irrelevant, the SACP of Blade is the to continue with the language of the Eastern Bloc and this has also proven to be a big communist fuss.
Elsewhere discipline be what! Opposition leader Julius Malema and 11 MPs from his caucus suspended from Parliament without pay for heckling President Jacob Zuma, in South Africa's parliament. I am looking forward for this one day in Ghana and I think that Ghana's Right Hon. Speaker, Hon. Doe Adjaho must take a cue from that.
South Africa's Parliamentary Powers and Privileges Committee has found the 20 members of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), including leader, Julius Malema, guilty of contempt of parliament for disrupting procedures in the legislature, after they heckled President Jacob Zuma and demanded he pay ba…
Paul Trewhela says the murderous Zanu-PF leader is "no hero of African liberation" Cheering for Mugabe at the tribute to Mandela South Africans need to think about Gukurahundi, what it means for South Africa - and what it means, when it means so little. Robert Mugabe received loud cheers when he appeared at the memorial tribute to Nelson Mandela at FNB Stadium in Soweto on Tuesday 10 December. Similarly, Andile Mngxitama - who spoke on the BBC television programme, Question Time, two days later in a debate staged in Johannesburg, wearing the red beret of Julius Malema's Economic Freedom Fighters - published an article in the Sunday Independent on 2 June this year under the title, "Mugabe hero of African liberation." According to Mngxitama's opening sentence, "President Robert Mugabe is the greatest black statesman alive today in Africa." The question is: What does it mean, when South Africans celebrate Robert Mugabe? There is no question that Mugabe ordered the mass murder of more than 20,000 isiNdebele-s ...
The EFF chief whip statement on the middle finger shown to Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa 18 September 2014 During its sitting on the 17th of September 2014, the Parliament of Republic of South Africa deliberated on a variety of questions, which the Deputy President of the ANC, Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa was responding to. Instead of allowing Mr. Ramaphosa to answer the follow up question on Why he instigated the killing of Mineworkers in Marikana, the Speaker ordered the Commander in Chief Julius Malema to leave the House for refusing to withdraw the assertion that Mr. Ramaphosa killed the workers in Marikana and his hands were full of blood. The Speaker also ordered that I leave the House because I asked what was wrong with stating that Cyril Ramaphosa is a murderer and the basis of the Rule she was applying. In the process of leaving the house, I raised my middle finger towards Mr. Ramaphosa to express the digust of the reality that workers have lost lives due to his pursuit of private profits and interests. I however r ...
South Africa finds itself at the political crossroads,this as the vulgarisation of parliament continues unabated. The latest EFF antics,in which its chief whip Floyd Shivambu showed Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa the middle finger,exposes the new party as nothing but disgruntled political hooligans.In spite of the fact that the anc has been reduced to a vehicle for defending President Zuma-to the extent of using bums- the EFF shenanigans cannot be condoned. As it happened with COPE,that was also formed by disgruntled ANC members,the EFF was born out of bitterness. This was after its current leader Julius Malema and his ANCYL cohorts were expelled. It should be borne in mind that Ramaphosa presided over the forum that decided the fate of Malema and his supporters. Last year's Marikana massacre and Ramaphosa's role in it have provided Malema and his party with the ammunition to vent against the Deputy President and settle old scores. The tragedy of it all is that people were fooled under the guise of econ ...
ANC Youth League WELCOMES THE CHARGING OF JULIUS MALEMA AND EFF The ANC Youth League welcomes the laying of assault charges against Julius Malema, Andile Mngxitama and the EFF. We fully support the investigation and shall mobilize support for our leadership that is being harassed by the EFF. As the ANC Youth League, we were shocked by the anarchy and violent behavior of EFF Members of Parliament earlier today. This small opposition party (of 8%), which failed to garner enough votes to get the relevance they wanted in parliament, has now resorted to trying to be the loudest voice. In their attention seeking efforts some of them may think that they are radical. The behavior seen in parliament today was not only disgraceful, but also violent. South Africans cannot accept that Members of Parliament engage in physical attacks inside the gates of Parliament. The man-handling of one of our National Task Team members Bram Hanekom, by a mob led by Julius Malema is not just a very serious insult to South Africa but ...
By: CIC Julius Malema ““Democratic Alliance must be rejected at all costs as it is funded by people from Israel! "All of us must reject the DA. The DA gets money from Israel," EFF is the only Party in the country that supported the people of Palestine. "The people who fight with the people of Palestine in South Africa is EFF. We are the only organisation that said the ambassador of Israel must leave the country," The world could never be free as long as the people of Palestine were still oppressed. CIC called on South Africans to boycott Woolworths as it was allegedly importing products from Israel. We must take a stand, those of us who can afford to buy from Woolworths to say we are no longer buying””
Speech by our CIC Julius Malema in parliament: on 23 June 2014 - Wednesday.. Honourable Deputy Speaker, 1. We would like to congratulate members of the ruling party for showing support to the people of Palestine. 2. We expect that the Ambassador of Israel to South Africa should leave this country because we cannot turn a blind eye when those who were with us during the struggle period are encountered with difficulties. 3. This coming Saturday, the 26th of July 2014, the Economic Freedom Fighters will be celebrating its 1st anniversary. The 26th of July marks exactly 1 year since we opened the National Assembly on what is to be done in Soweto. 4. Many people underestimated the emergence of the EFF, and had ruled out the struggle for Economic Freedom. 5. Ordinary people from all across South Africa gathered to say that enough is enough, and declared that we need to take the struggle forward, now on a different platform. 6. When we started, all political parties imitated everything we did because the EFF is ...
Now we have something to philosphically & ideologically judge Julius Malema & EFF in formal Parliamentary State of Nation Address respones not his personal criminal backgound. Cape Prime Minister Cecil John Rhodes was a Criminal Mine Robber Baron againts another Transvaal President Criminal Land Robber & created War to make our Black poor South Africa of Musi Maimane DA.
Nothing best describes the hallucinatory delusions of Gov. Kwankwaso of GEJ wanting him dead than this: "“I thought I was getting away from politics for a while. But I now realise that the vuvuzela is to these World Cup blogs what Julius Malema is to my politics columns: a noisy, but sadly unavoidable irritant. With both Malema and the vuvuzela, their importance is far overstated. Malema: South Africa's Robert Mugabe? I think not. The vuvuzela: an archetypal symbol of 'African culture?' For African civilisation's sake, I seriously hope not. Both are getting far too much airtime than they deserve. Both have thrust themselves on to the world stage through a combination of hot air and raucous bluster. Both amuse and enervate in roughly equal measure. And both are equally harmless in and of themselves — though in Malema's case, it is the political tendency that he represents, and the right-wing interests that lie behind his diatribes that is dangerous. With the vuvu I doubt if there are such nefarious int ...
South Africa has Julius Malema,my good and brilliant friend,USA has Bill O'Reilly, a twerp that makes Jacob Zuma,Ian Khama,Peter Siele,Isaac Kgosi,Mokgweetsi Masisi,Gwede Mantashe,Cyril Ramaphosa,Peter Mutharika, just to mention a few, sound so brilliant with their rhetorics and shallow thought jibberish
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema labelled DA leader Helen Zille "the Number One racist in South Africa".
If people are fair enough, then won't it be wise for them to cease fighting us for what is rightfully ours? Those who have won battles for what they have always thought they deserve, i.e. Government positions (Ministers and Premiers), must start to conscientise themselves with the reality that sustaining fights with us might have detrimental effects on the Congress Movement, and therefore they should focus on their official work and stop disturbing us in the ANCYL because we don't intend to disturb them with whatever they secured. The ANCYL must never be seen and/or allow to be used as a stepping stone to pockets of opportunities for individuals but rather it should be for all young people in South Africa. Julius Malema used the ANCYL to enrich himself and compromised many young people, and yes we should congratulate Cde. Mzwandile Masina for his appointment as Deputy Minister but remind him that he got that because he's an interim President of the ANCYL. Whether his inclusion in the cabinet is genuinely ...
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"Julius Malema and Dali Mpofu have told supporters the party will govern South Africa from 2019"
May 12 (GIN) – In a closely watched election, South Africans turned out a decisive “vote for the party,” giving the African National Congress – the party of Mandela - another five years at the nation’s helm.   Despite a recent scandal over costly improvements charged to the taxpayer for the private residence of President Jacob Zuma, the former liberation movement managed to attract 62% of the 18-million votes cast last Wednesday.   Releasing the results, South Africa's electoral commission reported more than half of all votes went to the African National Congress, followed by the Democratic Alliance with 22.2% and the Economic Freedom Fighters, an ANC breakaway, led by Julius Malema with 6.4%.   These numbers give the party of Mandela fewer members of parliament and fewer members at several provincial legislatures.   The ANC must celebrate its victory, cautioned Tinyiko Maluleke, a university-based political analyst, but also “carefully distinguish between the things to celebrate and the t ...
African YouthS HAVE A LOT TO LEARN FROM COMRADE JULIUS MALEMA. The mere fact that the Economic Freedom Fighters party, a party that formed barely 7 months ago came third, winning 24 seats in the National Assembly and garning over one milion votes in the just ended South Africa's elections is proof that Julius Malema, 33 is an effective and smart politician and leader. Yes, you might dismiss him as an uncouth farscist demagogue whose populist rhetoric has potential to spark racial conflict and cause economic mayhem to South Africa but u cannot deny the fact that Julius Malema is a charismatic fireband whose courage and commitment to the cause of South African youths is unrivalled. Youths have to stand up and be counted as firsts and not lasts. Youths cannot continue to be mere voters and slogan chanters for the old guards. Youths should contest elections enmass
With all votes counted, the ANC had a 62.2% share of the vote, down from the 65.9% it won in the 2009 election, according to the national election commission. The leading opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, was on 22.2%, up from 16.6% at the last elections. Often criticised as white dominated and redolent of the apartheid era, the party said it gained 1.1 million new voters, including 700,000 votes from black South Africans. Two new parties that have captured global media attention met very different fates at the ballot box. The Economic Freedom Fighters, led by firebrand Julius Malema, who cites Hugo Chávez and Robert Mugabe as inspirations, won more than 1 million votes to come in third on 6.3%. But Mamphela Ramphele, a former political and romantic soulmate of black consciousness founder Steve Biko, failed spectacularly. Her party, Agang SA, launched with much fanfare last year promising to "rekindle the South Africa of our dreams", secured just a fraction of a percentage point. "Mamphela has d ...
There is no doubt that Economic Freedom Fighters in South Africa of Julius Malema have become a force to be legitimately feared, sorry I mean, be reckoned with. Absolutely interesting stuff, like it or not!
Zambia has become a global case study in the mismanagement of mining operations. The country’s ill-fated nationalisation programme should make the likes of ANC Youth League (ANCYL) President Julius Malema tone down their fiery rhetoric and listen to what they do not want to hear: the possibility that mine nationalisation in South Africa could plunge headlong into the dungeon of collapsed state enterprises. The most important question is: Who will manage and capacitate these mines once turned over to the state? How will the state handle the skills and capital flight in the aftermath of nationalisation? It is dumbfounding that, while a delegation of the ANCYL undertook a study tour of Venezuela, to get first-hand insights into Hugo Chávez’s natioanlisation programme, they have resisted a shorter trip across the Limpopo to learn some bitter lessons from Zambia’s failed exercise to run its copper mines. The Zambian mines were re-privatised in a protracted process, with Luanshya Copper Mine the first to ...
Tomorrow is due date for Julius Malema to run Union Building and South Africa ungorvenable.as we are waiting to see the movie..
In Burkina Faso they had Thomas Sankara,Cuba had their Fidel Castro, Venezuela had Hugo Chavez, Zimbabwe had Robert Mugabe, China had their Mao Zedong and South Africa we have our own young vibrant Julius Malema.
TEACHER: Who is the President of South Africa? CHILDREN: (They all chorused)Julius Malema ! TEACHER: Correct! Who is the Minister of Defence? CHILDREN: Fikile Mbalula! TEACHER: Good! What is the capital city of South Africa? CHILDREN: Nkandla! TEACHER: Very good! Who composed the National Anthem? CHILDREN: Jub Jub and Oscar Pistorious! TEACHER: Excellent. What do you call people from Moscow? CHILDREN: Mosquitoes! TEACHER: Perfect! How much is 2 + 5? CHILDREN: 25! TEACHER: That's great! You're going to be stupid like this until your government increases my salary! Give That Teache a class of Bells.
What a glorious day in South Africa today. Not a speck of cloud in the sky. Phenomenal weather. I am soaking the sun, after so much rain and London-type gray weather. I thank God for this gift. But as for our politics - hmm...Imagine in one day having to read Andile Mngxitama's article defending and sympathizing with Jani Allen, the former girlfriend of AWB's Fascist honcho, Eugene Terreblanche; having to listen to Gwede Mantashe and Jackson Mthembu doing a presser and defending the Nkandla corruption; having to listen to Julius Malema on SABC's Question Time; and, worst of all, to listen to Dr. Ramphela Mamphele's interview with Peter Bruce on BD's TV. Can it get worse politically? It nearly ruined a truly glorious day for me.
Cape Town - The Broederbond or “Stellenbosch mafia”, and not the ruling ANC, is in control of South Africa, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Chief Julius Malema declared when he hit Cape Town on Saturday to launch his party’s provincial manifesto. Malema entered the Mandela Park Stadium like a rock star, with marshalls struggling to hold back crowds of supporters who pushed to get close to their hero as he walked the 80m from the stand to the stage. “Don’t undermine the Stellenbosch mafia. They control everything in South Africa,” Malema warned about 2 500 EFF supporters at the stadium in the ANC stronghold of Khayelitsha. “They control the judiciary, they control the economy, they control the land, they control the chain stores, they control the mines, they control the banks,” he said. And, according to Malema, both the ANC and the DA took instructions from this “mafia”. “If the Stellenbosch boys don’t want you to be anything, you will never become something in life.” Malema said ...
Conversation between Barrack Obama and Julius Malema.. Obama: Julius is it true that in South Africa when they ask you a question you answer it with another question? Malema: Who told you that??
The right to vote. I am not a supporter of Julius Malema or of the Economic Freedom Fighters, his political party. In fact I believe that he is a danger to the country. That is beside the point. I, however, agree with him that the exorbitant fees which have to be paid by political parties in order to take part in the elections in South Africa effectively bar parties and therefor people who do not have access to wealthy sponsors from taking part in elections. There can be no doubt that Malema and his EFF have a large following. If, for lack of these funds they cannot vote for the EFF they have the choice then of voting for a party which they do not support or to abstain from voting. In both cases they will have been pretended from exercising their right to vote. Is this democratic?
The now more than 500 000 members of EFF wish our Commander in Chief and President Julius Malema a Happy Birthday! The 3rd of March is the birthdate of CiC and like a true servant of the people, he spent the day in Alexandra meeting investors and Fighters on the ground'!May he see many more to come and successfully lead South Africa to total emancipation and freedom!
To Julius Malema: South African community, more especially the prejudiced and the marginalized, wishes to offer you an opportunity of a lifetime to prove your capabilities, more especially the fight against the governance of this unstopped and feared Zulu Kingdom that has and continues to vindicates the wealth of people who are unable to defend themselves. We give you the next coming 5 years and trust me, if you do it right you will rule to eternity. You will be the next Nelson Mandela because you have fought and continue to fight for the poor and for that we salute you. To Other Anti-EFF revolutionaries: Currently in South Africa we have only two (2) political parties; thus EFF and OTHERS. Juju is already president in waiting, we are only waiting for the expiry date of this tin stuff called ZANC, that will be recycled by the responsible South Africans' correct votes. South Africans will vote correctly for EFF! You are more than welcome to join us in the redistribution of the wealth of our country and if ...
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EFF MANIFESTO EFF sticks to guns in manifesto FEB 24, 2014 | SAPA | 136 COMMENTS The Economic Freedom Fighters has stuck to its guns for the nationalisation of mines and expropriation of land without compensation. inShare 1 File photo: EFF commander-in-chief , Julius Malema. PHOTO: ANTONIO MUCHAVE RELATED ARTICLES 'Let cows vote for Zuma' EFF will rule: Malema Party leader Julius Malema on Saturday unveiled the organisation's elections manifesto at Mehlareng stadium in Tembisa, east of Johannesburg. "We want to do away with colonial patterns of ownership in South Africa," he said. The manifesto centred around the seven pillars that have come to be associated with the organisation -- land expropriation without compensation, nationalisation of mines, nationalisation of banks and strategic sectors of the economy, nationalisation of the Reserve Bank and creation of state bank, state owned enterprises, development of the African economy and building progressive trade partnerships with the world. Malema told .. ...
Julius Malema on 702 just gave Zambia as an example of a country in which nationalisation has succeeded. What nonsense because nationalisation failed dismally in Zambia. After decades of stagnancy, Zambia has patched up it's tatted economy to be the fastest growing African economy today by reversing nationalisation: privatizing previously nationalized assets, selling some parastatals, cracking down on government corruption, protecting property rights and aggressively courting foreign investment. Moreover, it was people like the exZambian President, Kenneth Kaunda and Julius Nyerere, who advised ANC against nationalisation and communism because of the negative consequences it had had on their economies. In fact, Kaunda was instrumental in inviting PW Botha and South Africa to intervene in the Angolan war to stop the ploriferation of Russian and Cuban communism in Southern Africa.
The Democratic Alliance youth leader Mbali Ntuli is quoted to have said, "The ANC of today is not the same the ANC of yesteryears..." She apparently continued, "We must thank the ANC for getting us out of apartheid." Helen Zille said on radio this morning, "The early days of democracy under Presidents Mandela and Mbeki showed where South Africa was going...and there was a better story to tell." Really? Fight Back campaign did not show that the DA liked what it saw. Madam Zille blames the party's elective conference in 2007 for the down slide. Others also pounce on the history of the ANC as if it were a carcass left for feasting by hyenas and scavengers. Julius Malema and Terror Lekota. I don't see how it helps me cause to always talk about what is happening in my neighbor's house. I should talk about myself first before I hurl stones... My summation is that there is no alternative to the ANC. ?
Breaking news, the president of Republic of South Africa is in Baragwanath hospital, he fainted after seeing the over crowded Mehlareng stadium in Tembisa painted in red. The wqiting President Julius Malema postened the lounging of his party.s manifesto and rush to see the ailing president at ward 5. EFF mean business mzaya, ask Gwede Mantashe is the witness of this statement
I am not only an observer but also a. Media student - I've just seen a miracle in the History of The Republic of South Africa.. I've just seen Julius Malema addressing a crowd of people and EFF. And It is very unusual that in our days a Political Leader will talk for over 1 hour with deadening silence and the speech went on, monotonously without interruptions, I call it DISCIPLINE
. Ongoing legal woes and "political persecution" will not derail our leader Julius Malema's ambition of becoming the next president, party officials said on Thursday. The party would roll-out "intervention programmes" to prevent Malema's sequestration, our spokesperson Floyd Shivambu said in Pretoria. "Whoever thought that they are going to prevent CIC from being president of South Africa are basically day- dreaming. We are not in a crisis," said Shivambu. "The EFF is going to be the government of South Africa and the sooner people get used to that, the better. We are speaking here as a government-in-waiting so get used to us because you will be seeing us frequently, as a government." The party and its members were undivided in supporting Malema in his court battles to avoid sequestration. "That provisional sequestration will never be final. The legal processes we are engaged in are going to be successful. If they are not, that money is going to be paid even if it was R20m or R50m," he said. Malema was pr ...
2007 Zuma smiled on stage after defeating Mbeki at the ANC National Conference in Polokwane... 2009 Zuma smiled in Pretoria at his inauguration as the President of South Africa at the Union Buildings... 2012 Zuma smiled in Mangaung after defeating Kgalema Motlhanthe at the ANC Conference.. Now all of us know that Zuma smile with his middle finger constantly adjusting loose glasses.. Never ever think thats a smile that suggest that He is happy is going to serve his people and the ANC with honesty and diligence..All his smiles suggest(ed) that there would be power in his hands and ultimately Economic Freedom for his family and we are seeing just that today and the seed was laid in Polokwane in 2007 by Julius Malema,Zwelinzima Vavi,Fikile Mbalula,Tokyo,Matthews Phosa,Tokyo Sexwale and Simphiwe Nyanda.. I am intentionally mentioning this few amongst the many that supported Zuma to lead the ANC and RSA because they did not have the foresight to notice that Zuma will take South Africa and the ANC into the wrong ...
Worship news: Juju’s prophet predicts bloody revolt Young people will start a huge and violent revolt in South Africa –but first, youth leader Julius Malema will receive blessings from the Nigerian soothsayer who prophesied this. Malema and fellow Economic Freedom Fighters leaders left on Friday to visit Nigeria’s most famous – and wealthiest – charismatic preacher, TB Joshua. They will pay him a “spiritual visit to meet and create friendship with this son of Africa and his congregation, and ask for blessings for the journey ahead”, according to a statement issued on Friday. Their visit, which ends on Thursday, comes after Joshua told his Synagogue Church of All Nations congregation on the outskirts of Lagos on July 28 that South Africa could expect a bloody revolt. “In the nation South Africa, the country South Africa, the nation of South Africa … We should help them in prayer. I’m seeing huge revolt. Huge one. Revolt. And it will be very serious. You pray for your nation, South Afric ...
Paul Harris. Picture: MARTIN RHODES DOING FINE: Paul Harris. Picture: MARTIN RHODES In this article JSE-listed companies: FirstRand A letter from FirstRand founder and former executive Paul Harris to a concerned friend has gone viral. Here is an edited version: Hi Jeff HOPE all is well with you guys. I will drop you a line later with the family news but I would first like to respond to the e-mail you sent me attaching an article by Clem Sunter, which seemed to concern you about us here in South Africa. You also sent me an article last year by Moeletsi Mbeki warning about the danger of an "Arab Spring" in South Africa. I often get e-mails like this from "concerned friends" worried about us, which is sweet of you guys. Of course we are concerned. Some worrying things have happened but we have been through and survived much worse in much more volatile environments. Including the Boer War, two World Wars, apartheid, the financial crisis without a bank bailout, the Rindapest, Ge Korsten and Die Antwoord! Howev ...
I'm challenging all clowns following the expelled Julius Malema and Floyd's eff to a social engagement on the policy document of South Africa the Freedom Charter. izani sinihabulise madoda.
S Grootes: True lessons of the Ramphele fiasco Stephen Grootes The last week has been dominated by news, this time not of ructions within the ANC or Cosatu or Numsa, but by developments within the DA. The announcement that Mamphela Ramphele (the pronunciation of which is a work in progress, while thankfully the spelling is not) was going to be the presidential candidate for the DA was described, famously, as a "game–changer" for our politics. However, events have moved on, fairly dramatically since then, and we've already seen this particular marriage end embarrassingly in the divorce court. Developments reveal several things about our politics: that race matters, that class politics is still some way away, that politicians will do almost anything to get ahead, and that the DA is at last becoming a party that can be part of the national conversation. But it also reveals that candidates with massive egos and without a devoted base simply cannot hack it in South Africa. The Sunday Times lead this weekend ...
I received these disturbing photos yesterday of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) who are headed up by Julius Malema, the ousted ANC Youth League President. Their objective is nationalisation and to redistribute land ( the same as Zimbabwe has been going through). I still have many dear friends and loved ones in South Africa and when I see this I fear for their future. You cannot take 40 million people out of poverty overnight (not even in 20 years). My worry is that with Mandela now passed on that patience within the black electorate may be wearing thin. I spent 10 wonderful years in S.A. and it was a big part of my life. I truly hope that these radicals can be kept in check and that this beautiful country can remain stable.
A South Africa traveller through England on vacation lost his wallet and all of his identification. Cutting his trip short, he attempted to make his way home but was stopped by South African Customs at the airport. "May I see your identification, please?" asked the agent. "I'm sorry, but I lost my wallet," replied the bloke. "Sure, I hear that every day. No ID, no entry," said the agent. "But I can prove I'm a proud South African!" he exclaimed. "I have a picture of Mandela tattooed on one side of my backside and Desmond Tutu on the other. "This I gotta see", replied the agent. With that, the bloke dropped his pants and showed the agent his behind. "By *** you're right!" exclaimed the agent. "Have a safe trip back to Polokwane." "But how did you know I was from Polokwane? "The agent replied, "I recognised Julius Malema in the middle"
After Chris Hani , the only other political leader who has effectively and fearlessly challenged and opposed ANC and President Zuma in recent times is none other than Julius Malema. For this, history shall fittingly record him as one of the greatest fighters for Economic democracy in South Africa. There is no doubt in my mind that he deserves the accolade.
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Should we vote EFF, ANC, COPE or UDM? In the last general action our former President Thabo Mbeki urged us as the nation to vote with our conscious. I know that the majority of South Africans shy away from assessing performance of an individual. I am almost confident that the majority of well informed South Africans, with the exception of tenderpreneurs and would be tenderpreneurs , that Jacob Zuma performance is the worst Presidential term South Africa has ever faced post-democracy. He is in the league of Verwoed, Botha and De Klerk those are his peers. Should we vote for EFF? If we do bother going back into history one would concur with me that Julius Malema is a worst dictator (with the exception of apartheid presidents) this country will face if ever we put him into power. This future President has been recently found guilty of tax evasion which is criminal act. On policy matters he has clearly stated unambiguously that he wants nationalization of mines without compensation which is a very dangerous . ...
Julius Malema & Steve Hofmeyr were both arrested for speeding last night Malema was released on R5000 bail & Hofmeyr on R500 ja ne new South Africa for you saying...
Julius Malema and Steve Hofmeyr were racing to determine which of them is South Africa's fastest racist.
During last night’s the biggest racist race, Julius Malema obliterated Steve Hofmeyr with a surprising 46KM/H. Steve raced through Bronkies at 169KM/H, but Malema eventually won with an inspiring 215KM/H on the N1. When asked why he was driving so fast, Malema replied that it’s because he is a revolutionary, and that he needed to experience his BMW’s 6500 revolutions per minute on his way to a Scientology conference where he would be spokesperson. According to Malema this “tendency” to limit speed is a “white thing” and a roadblock on the way to total freedom. Hofmeyr claimed that he was on his way to buy a few boxes of condoms in preparation for a show, but changed mind after he lost. He said Malema’s 215KM/H is proof that there’s a White Genocide happening in South Africa and that all whites including himself should immediately start to procreate to stop the Malema’s of future generations. The End. LOL
Julius Malema and Steve Hofmeyr, two very outspoken public personalities. Their widely publicised individual ideals for South Africa are polar opposites, and they were both caught speeding on the same evening...I hear a poem coming on.
Media News ? ? Q&A: The post-Mandela South Africa Mamphele Ramphele, founder of new Agang SA political party, warns against 'deification' of Nelson Mandela. Qunu, South Africa -�Measured against the likes of the African National Congress (ANC) and the Democratic Alliance, the political clout of Agang SA is negligible. The party, which was launched earlier this year by Mamphele Ramphele, has a name that means "build" in the Sesotho language. The party claims to stand for "clean government" and "to restore the promise of freedom to all South Africans: equality, dignity and hope for all". But the political landscape in South Africa is treacherous, and the ANC remains by far more powerful. The realities on the ground, however, are changing quickly. Agang SA may be small, but it is the among the latest in a new set of political parties, including Julius Malema's Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party, that have recently sprouted up with the aim of ultimately unseating the ANC. The ANC is assured victory in th ...
(Gordon) Malema Vows to Continue Mandela’s Militant Legacy December 16, 2013 • From theTrumpet.com Most people chose to remember Nelson Mandela as they saw him after 1994. One influential South African politician remembers a different side of the story! As dignitaries arrived at Nelson Mandela’s Memorial Service last Tuesday, Julius Malema and a delegation from his political party, the Economic Freedom Fighters, greeted them with song. “Thiba ka moo re bolaya ntswa tsena,” they sang as dignitaries walked into the stadium. In English, this translates: “Keep watch there, we are killing these dogs.” These verses are well known in South Africa as part of a militant hymn calling for the killing of white Afrikaners. Days later, Malema led a crowd of eff followers to Mandela’s house in Houghton to lay flowers and pay tribute. During his speech, Malema recounted how most people chose to remember Mandela as he was after his release from prison in 1994 rather than focusing on his early years as a .. ...
If Zuma left the presidency though what would happen to the Praetorian Guard he has built up, brick by brick, to protect himself from removal? His Zulu placemen are everywhere in the cabinet and among top officials. Zuma also controls Intelligence, Security and Defence; while the millions of ethnically-minded Zulu voters in KwaZulu-Natal make up an ever increasing proportion of the ANC's core support base. Would tribalism, kept at bay so gallantly by the ANC for its 100 years, then spread like a scourge among South Africa's nine tribal groups? Also, who would replace Zuma if he quit the presidency? Kgalema Motlanthe? Millionaire ex-politician Tokyo Sexwale (who has the knack of backing too many wrong horses, such as Julius Malema's crowd)? Recall Thabo Mbeki, whom RW Johnson dismisses as "a clever, paranoid and unbalanced man"? Cyril Ramaphosa, certainly, but as ex-ANC cabinet minister Ronnie Kasrils said in an interview last week, there is a "dark cloud" over him - the Marikana mine clash between miners ...
Dali Mpofu is a very well known attorney in South Africa. He is the man behind Nelson Mandela and his Ex Wife Winnie 's divorce but above all, he is the Attorney who was amoung Nelson Mandela 's defence team. Few months ago, i came across an article that stated that after Julius Malema 's expulsion from ANC as youth President, Dali left ANC to join the movement Malema formed and he is the one representing Malema in all corruption allegation charges. The movement led by Malema is very Popular but my worry is Malema wants to run South Africa like the way Mugabe runs Zimbabwe. Iam not a big Fan of Such politics of Hate.
Looking at recent events, I think South Africa should have an Oscar type event. Yeah we should! An SA Oscar ceremony. I predict it will go something like this: Best ACTOR in a leading role: Jacob Zuma for "The President" Best ACTRESS in a leading role: Juju Baby aka Julius Malema for "The Side-Lined" Best supporting actor: Kgalema Motlanthe for "Play it Safe" Best comedian: Julius Malema for "I'm a Joke' Best animated feature: Julius Malema for "Youth League" (cleaning up the awards hey) Best costume design Jackson Mthembu for "Monkey See, Monkey Do." Best set design: Jacob Zuma for "Nkandla" Best Special effects and support on a feature: The Gupta Crew for "Arms Deal" Best runner: Schabir Sheik for "Arms Deal" Best sound effects: Desmond Tutu for "Man of God" Best script: Cyril Ramaphosa for "Behave" Best monologue: Also Cyril Ramaphosa for his stern role in "Behave" "We have visitors let's not embarrass ourselves. Behave." Best stunt: Sanral for "We Want Your Money" Best visual effects: Zapiro for "Zapi ...
I have been observing with keen interest the adulation tributes by the Great Britain, the United States and some so-called African leaders both current and past ever since the demise of Nelson Mandela. Because the US and the UK succeeded in manipulating Mandela to allow their Imperial Capitalist and their Satellite Allies to flourish after post-apartheid South Africa, they want us to believe that Mandela was a saint and the greatest African ever lived. Yesterday, I read on one of the websites that our own President Kuffour, whose political tradition embraced apartheid, was quoted as saying that Mandela was a saint. Can you believe this? This is wonderful. That is a blatant lie, Mandela only won a political freedom for his people, today as we speak in South Africa, the white minority still controls all the resources in the country. The majority blacks are the poor mine workers and the tiller of the land. Where is the Economic Freedom for South Africans? No wonder all those who had radical views about the S ...
WOW" guy's dd u hear what JUJU de only President Of (EFF) say To "Jacob Zuma" our president of South Africa cabanga,EFF leader Julius Malema has lambasted President Jacob Zuma,Saying he must get the =Cow=he build a 1Million $€¥§¥€$ Kraal at Nkandla,to Vote for him wow that boi akanantjayelo.
The hypocrisy of ibhunu lemnyama, Cyril Ramaphosa Commander in Chief, Julius Malema When campaigning for the zuma African National Congress in the township where I was born and bred, Seshego during the Independent Electoral Commission’s Registration weekend, President’s Zuma Deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa said to some voters that they should vote for the z ANC in order to avoid the rule by “Boers”. This remark is what he said, and not quoted out of context as the Spin doctors in Luthuli House would like the people of South Africa to believe. South Africa is now used to President Zuma, and now his Deputy saying and doing things and later statements coming from their offices to claim that they did not say or mean what they in actual sense said and meant. The “Boers” statement by Ramaphosa clearly undermines the political understanding and intelligence of the people of Seshego, Limpopo and South Africa as a whole, but primarily, it is a sign of hypocrisy and dishonesty. While we agree that during the li ...
14 November 2013 Subscribe | Search Politicsweb: FRONT PAGE FEATURES iSERVICE COMMENT RESOURCES SUBSCRIBE Advertise top stories LEtTER: Employment Equity not by definition illiberal - Helen Zille 14 November 2013 DA leader says her party supports empowerment measures that broaden opportunities, oppose those that manipulate outcomes Read more » Related articles: A plane crash that should have been avoided - Helen Zille » OPINION: The hypocrisy of Cyril Ramaphosa - Julius Malema 13 November 2013 EFF CIC says the people of SA should tell the ANC DP that he is the real "Boer" today Read more » Related articles: We should use every means possible to take back our land - Julius Malema » Unfortunate that my use of term ‘the boers' caused offence - Cyril Ramaphosa » SPEECH: Liberation, without a solution to the property question, is not worth celebrating - Zwelinzima Vavi 13 November 2013 Suspended COSATU GS says South Africa desperately needs radical economic transformation to address the historical injus ...
Was Mandela’s hand forced? APA 1996 file photo of former presidents Nelson Mandela and FW De Klerk. In the negotiations for a post-apartheid SA FW De Klerk tried to “preserve as much power as possible”, says Simphiwe Sesanti. Cape Town - On October 19, South Africans celebrated Press Freedom Day which, prior to 1994, was marked as Black Wednesday. On that day in 1977, media outlets and organisations supportive of the liberation struggle were banned. In the 1970s, black journalists, inspired by Bantu Biko’s Black Consciousness, not only reported news exposing evil visited upon black people, but also articulated perspectives that were informed by black experience. As I pondered over the relevance of “black journalism” in post-apartheid South Africa, my mind turned to the ailing Nelson Mandela and how we, as black journalists, have not given his life story a black perspective. The dominant and celebrated perspective is that of the forgiving Mandela who did not insist on reclaiming what he has bee ...
Are you a descendant of the original European, Indian, Madagascar and Indonesian immigrants that originally settled the Cape Colony before moving north into Southern Africa? Perhaps you are still a resident in the Western Cape treated as a second class citizen in your own land by a government following their own brand of reverse racism? Your choice is to led by a president who seeks to escape justice while plundering your hard earned taxes or the emerging, extreme party of Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters who see no place for minorities in South Africa. Will our own unique culture developed over centuries be dispersed to the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada as South Africa sinks into the abyss? With the end of the Rainbow Nation in sight where do we go from here? The Cape Republic Party proposes that we return to our original land founded in the late 1400’s and granted full self government in 1872. The number of descendants of the original settlers who started out from the Cape Colony nu ...
the best thing to ever come out of South Africa since President Thabo Mbeki is Julius Malema, so why not hop into the EFF ship?
The new evidence emerging at the Marikana Farlam Commission; EFF Commander-in-Chief, Julius Malema could have easily defused the situation at the Marikana mine on 16 August 2012 where 34 miners were shot dead and the other 78 left wounded. According to the transcripts and statement made by N.W provincial police commissioner Zukiswa Mbombo, he was instructed by Minister of Police Nathi Mthethwa (after being pressurised by ANC's DP Cyril Ramaphosa) to stop Malema from addressing the miners in an attempt to calm the situation because Mr Ramaphosa was afraid Malema will score political points as he was popular with the miners. You got it South Africa! We now know who killed the miners and made Marikana popular!
AFRICA'S BIRTHRIGHT RESTORED! At the launch of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) last weekend, just before the party's president, Julius Malema, gave his speech, a call was made for the EFF "National Anthem" to be sung. More than 20 voices rose as one on the Marikana koppie where scores were massacred, and bellowed "Azania!" to the sky. The rest of the lyric of the meditative song commits to a fight to return Azania to its people by any means necessary. Something magical and almost impossible happened at that moment. Finally, the children of Nelson Mandela, Robert Sobukwe and Steve Biko spoke the same mythical language of a people searching deeply for their dispossessed Africanness and their land. Azania is the name for a liberated South Africa first adopted by the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) and later accepted by Biko and his comrades, but in the song it refers to the whole African continent. The song speaks the larger language of old symbolism that used separate tongues, now employed to meld a new i ...
JOHANNESBURG - All land in South Africa, residential and rural, should be entirely owned by the State and distributed as it sees fit - according to what is best for the population as a whole, the Economic Freedom Fighter's Julius Malema said in an interview with eNCA.com on Wednesday.
The EFF launch was epic and the atmosphere was electric. The closest comparison to the atmosphere at the Koppie in Marikana is that of a Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates final match at the FNB stadium. Fighters came in the numbers from various branches around South Africa in struggle songs and dance with some carrying “Vuvuzelas.” The crowd was jubilant and singing praise songs of the EFF and Malema around the mountain. The EFF launch was well attended by ordinary South Africans whose EFF message resonates with them. This included miner workers, community members, AMCU union members in their green “T-shirts” and UDM leader, Bantu Holomisa who also addressed the crowd. There were well over 20 000 people who attended the EFF launch on 13 October 2013. Some political analysts have suggested that the EFF will receive just below 10% if we are lucky and some even have gone far as to suggest that EFF will get not more 2% of the vote in 2014 general elections. May I remind you that COPE which was formed ...
- Article by Justice Maphosa, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe: "On Tuesday 14 August 2012, I read an article in the Daily Sun newspaper (South Africa). The article was titled: "Credo the Prophet has spoken - and he is very fearful - Mzansi will burn! (*Mzansi refers to South Africa). These are the predictions by one of Mzansi finest prophets and traditionalists, Credo Mutwa. "He said black brother will fight his own black brother and the people who set it up will sit back and watch with a smile. "In addition, he said he is not very hopeful that leaders will sit together and show the children the future therefore the war cannot be avoided. "He warned also that the country was not in good hands with the current leadership hence South Africans should get ready for war. "He said, the recent or on-going xenophobic attacks marked the beginning of the worst yet to come. " He talked about people rioting and when they lose hope, they become violent. "He said it pained him to see people living in poverty and when they go to see ...
Lessons from the Demise of Thabo Thabo Mbeki This month marks one of the most troubling anniversaries of South Africa’s post-apartheid history. On the 21st of September, five years ago, Thabo Mbeki was forced to resign as President of South Africa, a mere nine months before his second term of office expired. He did so following a deeply flawed judgment by Chris Nicholson on the pending trial of Mbeki’s rival for the presidency, Jacob Zuma, and this judgement implicated Mbeki in political interference in the trial. The Nicholson judgement unleashed havoc in the country’s elite politics, and paved the way for Zuma’s rise to power. While the removal of Mbeki did not amount to a coup d’etat, as his former Director-general, Frank Chikane, has alleged, Mbeki’s removal was an ill-founded move made with unseemly haste. It led to people perceived to be Mbeki’s supporters being purged en masse from institutions like the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), with scant attention being paid to ...
Why would anyone want to put Julius Sello Malema into power when he has clearly proven to be indecisive,jumping from one belief to the next in such a short period of time?Sometime in September 2008 he had sworn to kill for zuma. BLOEMFONTEIN (Sapa) - African National Congress Youth League President Julius Malema has vowed that the youth of South Africa would die in supporting ANC President Jacob Zuma. "We are prepared to die for Zuma," Malema told a Youth Day rally in Thaba Nchu in the Free State. "We are prepared to take up arms and kill for Zuma," Malema added at the end of his speech, while the crowd clapped hands and laughed. Earlier, Malema said there was no question that the ANC president would be the country's next president. After he was expelled from the ANC Julius Malema swore to the public that starting a new party has never crossed his mind because his umbilical cord is attached to the ANC. Also with him was ANCYL secretary general Sindiso Magaqa, who was also suspended from the ANC, but whose ...
Mamphela Ramphele described Julius Malema as South Africa's own Hitler or Mussolini
(in South Africa) listeners comparing Julius Malema (who formed a new party) to Thomas Sankara
Open Letter: Scrutinize Kenny Kunene and Julius Malema’s Marriage. Dear Young South Africa. When Kenny Kunene announced his membership to the so called Economic Freedom Fighters, an ambitious political project to fight Zuma and Gwede Mantashe, one thing they were looking forward to, was to charm the young people of South Africa, including me. I was not shocked for I had seen an Open Letter from Kenny Kunene and for once, I knew that was a publicity stunt. My question was, how does Kenny Kunene fit into this puzzle? Kunene Kunene is an opportunist, yes you can call him a go-getter if you want, but one thing I know for sure, is that, Kenny Kunene likes attention. He loves attention. He wants attention. If there is one person who craves media attention besides Prosper Mukwaiva ( Prodigal son of Sunday World), then we have Kenny. But why would Malema bring someone with a soiled image to his party? Would Kenny really appeal to the youth of South Africa? An obvious answer is NO. But does Julius Malema have an ...
Some 26% of young South Africans believe former ANC Youth League President Julius Malema would do more to help the poor than other political parties. OUR COVERAGE Malema accused of committing 'political suicide' Factionalism or Malema's brand: What ruined the ANCYL? MORE COVERAGE Malema: 'We're Economic Freedom Fighters' A survey of 3 585 respondents aged 18 to 34 across South Africa, conducted by consumer insights company Pondering Panda, shows more than 1 in 4 young South Africans would vote for a political party led by Malema. The respondents believed Malema would do well in service delivery, housing provision and education and 15% thought he would create more jobs. Earlier this month, Malema formed a new political platform called Economic Freedom Fighters which will organise consultative forums across the country. The expelled ANC Youth League leader claimed the group would create radical change, while the current political system would only result in entrenching poverty. He is currently facing corrup ...
A Zimbabwe Man jailed for comparing a fellow bar-goer to President Robert Mugabe's *** .. How far South Africa about that Protection-Law of da President??? President Jacob Zuma needs to be respected & protected, whether it's Julius Malema one day we must protect dignity of every South African...
These are the PAC trained baby-faced "new born's" (anyone born towards the end of or after apartheid ended), Communist "comrades" who do not yet realise that Apartheid ended two decades ago - They do not yet realise that they have been given their freedom and that the world is their oyster now that AA and BBEEE has ensured that one third (1 million) unemployed Afrikaners in shanty towns and of those 30% are non-Afrikaner minorities. These are the "Comrades" who hero-worship Robert Mugabe and Julius Malema, and these are the "Comrades" who invited the hate-group US New Black Panthers to South Africa in March this year, and whose mission it is in 2013, to "continue the struggle" so that they can make "all of Azania black". So for all liberals who do not realise we are at war, take a close look at the war regalia and read the Communist anti-white hate speech that they plant on their own pages and also on our page:
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Ever since the announcement of the proposed EEF Party by the former leaders of the ANCYLY. My response is below_ The article below and the photo were submitted to me by Prophet Eric Maikone who lives in Alexandra and gifted in predicting the future: MALEMA REBELS CAPTURE JOHANNASBURG By Prophet Eric Maikone, 4 October 2016 Economic Freedom Fighters from the Julius Malema rebel group have captured Johannesburg, the economic hub of the Republic of South Africa this morning. The rebels met little resistance from the SANDF or UN peacekeepers. President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday flew to Botswana for talks, amid claims that Zimbabwe was backing the rebels. The rebels are accusing Ramaphosa's government of being "committed to a right-wing, neo-liberal and capitalist agenda" and failing the poor. Malema said they want the government to nationalise the country's mines, banks and grab the land from the whites Some five million people died in the South African war, which dragged in to provinces - including KZN, Nor ...
Comrades i was shocked at my friend Mr Joe Kwaeng who wants 2 join Julius Malema's political party. I know alot of whites thinks Black people aren't human. Even in White schools, if an exam asks who is d president of South Africa is, 4 their kids 2 pass they aswer De Klerk. They even call Pres Zuma all sorts of names. Mr Kwaeng 2 join Malema 4 me is a big mistake. Viva ANC !
Julius Malema is planning to start a new Political Party, will you be joining if it gets underway?
I always hope my boy Julius Malema will once resurrect from the political oblivion and take up the ANC Leadership.. South Africa deserves such a radical in the limelight.. In other news, Russia Millitary might be the most lethal and best in the world.. I so like the arrogance of Vladmir Putin.. Always putting the West in check..
"we should all agree that President Zuma has sold South Africa over a plate of curry." Julius Malema strikes again!
White Genocide in South Africa Last September the International Alliance to End Genocide upgraded South Africa on their Genocide Watch list. On their eight stage formula, they moved South Africa from a five to a six. Level five is "polarization" and level six is "preparation." The international human rights organizations stated "now we have evidence of organized incitement to violence against white people." This was in response to Julius Malema, the youth leader of the ruling African National Congress[ANC] party, holding rallies in which he calls for the murder of white people. He would lead huge crowds in singing "Kill the Boer." The word Boer is dutch for farmer and historically refers to white South South Africans of Dutch ancestry. However it is largely used as a euphemism for all whites in South Africa. Malema called for the confiscation of white owned lands and the overthrow of neighboring Botswana for being to friendly with white people. A South African court issued an injunction demanding that Mal ...
An airplane was about to crash; there were 5 passengers on board, but only 4 parachutes. The first passenger said, "I am President Jacob Zuma, the chosen one. South Africa needs me, I can't afford to die." So he took the first parachute and left the plane. The second passenger, Julius Malema, said, "I am the president of Youth and I am the smartest Man in Mzansi they call me JUJU, so Mzansi people don't want me to die ,so don't be tjatjarag." he took the second parachute and jumped out of the plane. The third passenger : I'm Kenny Kunene "I'm the president of Izikhothane , and a Business man ,so bye bye ." he grabbed the parachute next to him and jumped. The fourth passenger, former- President Nelson Mandela. Mandela, said to the fifth passenger, a 10- year-old , "I have lived a full life, and served my country the best I could. I will sacrifice my life and let you have the last parachute." The little Khothamel boy said, "That's okay, TATA. There's a parachute left for you. Mzansi 's smartest man 'JUJU' t ...
What is going on with negative media attention on South Africa. We've seen it with Annie Dewani murder over 2 years back. Julius Malema threatening and insulting BBC journalist. Then the incident of Marikana and the Lonmin tragedy, the killing of Reeva Steenkamp with heavy media attention on Oscar Pistorius's involvement and now the attack by SAPS on a Mozambican taxi driver that's already hit BBC headlines. Can we please get some positive PR and media coverage on brand South Africa!
"When the Congress of the people completed drafting the Freedom Charter in 1995, it gave South Africa's future generations( Peter Mokaba, Parks Mankahlana, Siphiwe Zuma, Andrew Zondo, Nhlakanipho Ntombela, Nomfanelo Kota, Solomon Mahlangu,Julius Malema's, Fikile Mbalula, Vuyiswa Tulelo) an architectural design an overaching model of the society and the government around which they were to mobilise and pursue the objective of the national liberation struggle. It was a design and model, which over the decades was to INSPIRE and GUIDE our revolutionary activity at all conceivable levels of our political, military and constitutional struggles. The Freedom Charter, for the first time in our history, sketched out in clear terms the central objective of national democratic struggle. It called for a South Africa which is united in its composition, democratic in its character, non- racial in its political complexion and prosperous in its socio-economic objective" Dr Thabo Mbeki
South Africa... Its just over a week after the State of the Nations address whereby Oscar Pistorius stole the headlines from President Jacob Zuma. Ironically, today was the State of the Provinces address by the DA and once again, Oscar Pistorius again eclipses the shine of the DA's "apparent" achievements with his simple bail hearing. Nair did drag out the procession for over two hours before giving his ruling all the while painting the lead investigator, Botha, as the reason for granting 'The Blade Gunner' bail. Of course, Roux has been indirectly labelled as the new legal superstar and Vinesh Moonoo takes the reigns of investigation after being called: The country's best detective. As a hero falls, many other celebrities rise with Kenny Kunene also trying to get his cut of the fame pie simply by attending the court proceeding. The world's eyes were on Oscar whilst Julius Malema lost his turn-tables and piano in an auction by SARS to pay off his tax debt. This is the country we live in. Its beautiful, it ...
Whether it’s Barack Obama leading the USA over the fiscal cliff or Julius Malema leading the youth of South Africa astray, the alpha dogs of politics obviously play an important role in shaping the future of a country. Recently many questions have been posed about both the value and the values of political leaders. Just last week, ex-Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi pitched up univited at a commemoration ceremony of Nazi Holocaust victims and made a comment favouring Mussolini. In the USA, John Kerry who bored the world with his presidential campaign against Pretzel Bush has now taken over from Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Perhaps Kerry’s sedative manner can finally help resolve some of the conflict in the Middle East. In Egypt, clashes between opponents of the country’s current Islamist regime and security forces spiralled out of control leading to dozens more dead. President Muhammad Morsi urged to kick off a “national dialogue”. Moving to Asia, it recently came to light that ...
Re: Ex-Mandela consultant warns of White Genocide Hruska said ‘the newly empowered African National Congress (ANC) government has slowly curtailed the rights of whites, and now some black South Africans have gone as far as committing atrocious killings of whites -- to the point where the situation has been classified as “Stage Six genocide” by Genocide Watch . Over the last decade, at least 3,000 white – overwhelmingly Afrikaner -- farmers have been murdered in South Africa: ANC party song “Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer’ ruled hatespeech by two High Court rulings: but they stil sing it A favorite (party-political) song among the ruling ANC is “Dubula iBhunu,” which means, “kill the white farmers, the Boers.” Former ANC Youth League Chief Julius Malema and SA President Zuma both sing Kill the Boers! The Racists! in public – the song inciting followers to kill white farmers (Boers) is sung at major ANC party functions: even though the song was ruled as “hate speech” by (two) South ...
"If we fail in Mangaung to vote for Kgalema Motlanthe as the President of ANC, we have failed South Africa and Africa." - Julius Malema
A newsroom processing mistake, which led to the recycling of a month-old Sapa news report this week on expelled ANCYL leader Julius Malema, had his lieutenant in an angry froth on Wednesday. Suspended ANC Youth League spokesperson Floyd Shivambu made accusations of a media plot against the former leader after a story on Malema addressing students in Limpopo was widely published this week. "Most of these news agencies sourced the story from the SA Press Association (Sapa) and failed to acknowledge that the story they ran is an old story of more than 30 days ago," he said in a statement. "It looks like South Africa's media and Sapa are obsessed with President Julius Malema to the extent of resurrecting Old News just to make sure that there is something they should write about President Julius Malema." Sapa editor Mark van der Velden said the story was indeed an old item which had somehow been recycled into the distribution network, either through technical or human error. "Yes, it is a bit embarrassing, we ...
Izikhothane ask an important question. Why would we look up to someone who has a degree yet he is unmployed instead of living bling like Kenny Kunene and Julius Malema? Perhaps South Africa needs to address this question.
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Young prophet Lesilo La Masilo (taught by the legendary prophet Credo Mutwa) predicted that President Zuma won't make it as South Africa and ANC's next President after the Mangaung (Bloemfontein) Conference scheduled for December 2012. He said the current leadership will be defeated and a great come back for Julius Malema. The contest will be fierce according to him and Zuma, Mbeki and Winnie Madhikizela Mandela will play a very important role to end this debacle (contest very fierce and tribal).
South Africa is on fire and only: Zwelinzima Vavi,Julius Malema and Bheki Cele can calm the situations in the mines that the goverment of Zuma is so quite about it!!
COPY AND PASTE TO WORD IF YOU DON'T HAVE TIME TO READ THIS NOW.TRUST ME.YOU HAVE TO READ THIS! Open Letter by the daughter of Tokyo Sexwale. Open Letter to the surviving Rivonia Trialists Kay Sexwale Dear Ahmed Kathrada, Andrew Mlangeni, Dennis Goldberg and Nelson Mandela, I greet you all in the name of the continuing Economic Freedom struggle of our people. Your courage in fighting for the emancipation of our country is greatly appreciated. I was fed ANC propaganda with my Purity baby food, but I believe the time has come to consciously choose South Africa over the ANC. The governing party, for many, is like a religion, followed by many without question or doubt. Surely comrades, your sacrifices were not for a one-party, one-trade union state? The time for a younger, patriotic and selfless leadership, like yours in 1964, is here. The thinking public laments our bumpy transition from liberation movement to political party, with some pointing out that a liberation movement has to be centralised and secreti ...
BREAKING NEWS: Taxi drivers sign agreement to obey ALL road rules. T Christiano Ronaldo to marry Kelly Khumalo. All single men and women in South Africa pledge sexual purity South Africa to become another Nigerian State Kirk Franklin features Solly Mahlangu. Orlando Pirates to sign Messi this November Lira joined Illuminati, signed in by Jay Z. President Jacob Zuma to divorce all his wife leaving only one University students are now putting on school uniforms Obama claims Eldorado Park as his home town. Pastors to stop talking about money in church. New Arsenal manager is Julius Malema. Chris Brown wears Zulu attire to the Grammy awards. Try put a smile on your face no matter the condition. Keep Smiling!. Have a blessed week!
419 IN THIS YEAR NATIONAL Youth Day CELEBRATION What is our mission as young people? Are we progressing? Or retrogressing ? I don’t understand if I hear too many young people talking about CHANGE when the national Youth Day celebration in Liberia that was budgeted as proposal budget for activities marking the day I’m talking about $ USD 61,000.00 for the program in Buchanan. Everything I ever experience was disorganized and as such I think that program was just a waste of tax payer’s Money. At that Youth Day celebration, we had students from all the fifteen political subdivision moving up and down to find sleeping place and even food to eat which we considered as be disorganized for the fact that everything was plan for that celebration according to them. If other Youth across the African continent such as Julius Malema of the African National Congress (ANC) in South Africa can attract CHANGE then why not us when we had the representation from the ministry of youth and sport, LINSU, FLY, MRU among ...
Minister of Finance forgot to mention something yesterday. 2 things that will cause economic catastrophe in South Africa are: high consumer debt and Julius Malema's outbursts. This boy doesn't understand International Finance. Eskom owes a lot of money to the World Bank, all it takes for international community to screw up Mzansi is for the rating agencies (Moodys, Fitch, S&P) to downgrade South Africa, this will cause the coupons on Sovereign debt to rise, to manage this, Eskom will have to hike electricity price, Industry and Farmers will be badly affected, food prices will go up. Cannibalism will be the only means of survival. Juju must just shut up.
Let's be honest. The ANC openly goes all over the continent "strengthening ties with former liberation movements" and even promises to help ZANU-PF to win Zimbabwe's next elections. There's nothing wrong with that. The ANC Youth League promises to unite the opposition in Botswana and help them win Botswana's next elections. Julius Malema is expelled, Sindiso Magaxa/ca and Floyd Shivambo are suspended. The ANC openly fraternises with China, have its leadership attend training in China and South Africa is evidently being recolonised by the Chinese. There's no problem. Helen Zille goes to Britain and meets the British rulers. South Africa's intelligence community springs into action and put the DA under surveillance. There's a threat to national security, they say. Are we being consitent? Or does this give credence to Juju's assertion that we're under a dictatorship?
Steve Biko once said:"What is freedom without wealth? Its not true freedom because the black majority is still poor." If you loved Steve Biko you will love Julius Malema, as he is raising genuine issues and fighting for the wealth of South Africa.
So in 5 years time South Africa's prison cells will be brimming with the likes of Julius Malema, Jub Jub, Jacob Zuma, Bobby Motaung & Selebi
Say No to Affirmative Action shared the following link and had this to say about it: Zimbabwe is an inspiration to Africa. In fact, the country ruled by Robert Mugabe for more than 30 years is now "wholly independent and divested itself of external control". It is for this reason that South Africa too should fight against "imperialist forces". Yes – you guessed it – these "wise words" comes from Julius Malema an...
Cape Town – Julius Malema’s bodyguards allegedly attacked two Zimbabwean journalists over the weekend as they tried to interview him about money-laundering charges he faces in South Africa and his links to Zanu-PF, a report said on Monday. The expelled ANC Youth League president and his spokesperson, Floyd Shivambu, were in Zimbabwe for a high-profile Zanu-PF wedding and to meet Zanu-PF party officials.
Just got this from my favorite blogger, no need to mention his name. Top ten quotes by Julius malema:- 1 On himself: “I’m an ordinary young person who’s grown up here in South Africa, from a township, who has no intention – none whatsoever – to scare people.” 2 On Zuma's education: “Zuma was taught by people on the ground. He is the most educated president. Economics is simple – put bread on the table.” 3 On politicians who can be replaced: “Politicians are the easiest to replace . . . we will move forward and they will carry on with the programmes which are there.” 4 On a two-thirds majority: “We are tired of a two-thirds majority. Our aim is a ‘three-thirds’ majority.” 5 On being a decoy: “I was the decoy. While Helen Zille was calling me names, Jacob Zuma was sprinting to the Union Buildings.” 6 On Nando’s: “I don’t know what’s happening with Nando’s. We are running this country and we cannot be concerned about chickens.” 7 On the ANCYL: “We are in a poli ...
Thuli Madonsela, the Public Protector, is perhaps the best sharp shooter in South Africa! She would have done South Africa no shame at the London Olympics! Her shots always land "on the point". Watch now how she will shoot Julius Malema "on the point" - dead center! Or even better ... dead center - On-Point (the name of his company!
America had Malcom X and W du Boois, Zaire (now DRC) had Patrice Lumumba, Namibia have Kazenambo Kazenambo, South Africa have Julius Malema. They might perhaps be wrong or right in the way they approach issues and contact themselves, but one thing they have in common is that " The lads have or had the guts to express themselves in what they believe in ( wrongly or righfully so) without the fear of being reprimanded whatsoever. Perhaps they are great proponent and ascribed to Shakespeare philosophy which states that " Speak now or forever hold they tongue"
South Africa has a Leadership problem with specific reference to ANC for now there is no Leader other than Jacob Zuma besides his failures and bad things he did but his ability to standy firm and strong on a shaky ground makes him da only capable leader. Issues of Motlhante and his association with Julius Malema and da Youth League is da Big Problem however Tokyo Sexwale`s interest is Business and others. The other capable candindate is Dr Zweli Mkhize for da BIG 5 however Mr Cele`s capability to be unshaken no matter how strong you think you are makes him one of the strongest man in da ANC its all upb to delegates how they going to put them in order of preference but Mbalula`s recent saga trying to call and pay overseas singer (girlfriend) and pay Millions of rands for few hrs is a bit of a problem. The issue of Nkandla residence taints Msholozi`s ability and chances however when you been there during the Zuma Bursary Trust application process you will understand how thousands of needy tertiary students ...
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The poor don’t pose a threat to fiscal discipline Steven Friedman, Business Day, Johannesburg, 3 October 2012 MOST rating agencies, and many to whom they speak, would be horrified to learn that they share a view of our future with many on the left. But it is this shared story that goes a long way towards explaining Moody’s decision to downgrade South Africa’s credit rating. Moody’s says it is worried about political uncertainty as well as "the authorities’ reduced capacity to handle the political and economic situation" and "to implement effective strategies" that would promote "faster and more inclusive growth". Decoded, that must mean Marikana and Mangaung. It is hard to see how either shows that South Africa is a bigger risk than it was the last time we were rated. Marikana reveals problems that have been with us for a long time but are no threat to stability: despite wildcat strikes on the mines, economy-wide levels of industrial action this year are likely to be lower than last year. The l ...
Asijiki!! A self defeating campaign: Here is an excercise: Find a big enough bucket, fit yourself in, hold the handle and try to lift yourself up. This is what Asijiki is trying to do! Read the following from one of the Generals of Asijiki: ". . . one drunkard called Jackson Mthembu went all over the media channels and platforms to rubbish and question the integrity of the Commander in Chief for Economic Freedom Fighters, President Julius Malema. The drunkard went to the extent of calling President Julius Malema a ‘menace and a monster' in a very childish and intoxicated inspired fashion." "If there are people who are Monsters and Menace in South Africa," Shivambu continued, "it is those who abuse alcohol and drugs, and Jackson Mthembu is not only one of them, but produces more from his home and cannot even manage to keep them there. We will never take drunkard and Manufacturers of drug addicts seriously, so the sooner Jackson Mthembu shuts up, the better." Floyd Shivambu!! Now the mere fact that this ...
Defenders of the Revolution (DOR) Press Release 2 October 2012 A decision by President Jacob Zuma to give the Marikana judicial commission of inquiry wide-ranging mandate is hypocritical and smacks of tomfoolery, to say the list. It is clear that Zuma’s hands are dripping with the blood of 46 people killed in the country’s bloodiest massacre since the dawn of democracy. And if President is confident that there is no blameworthiness on his part then he should do the honourable thing and narrow the commission’s mandate to focus on nothing other than a task of establishing whether or not the police force under his administration exceeded the bounds of self-defence and if this massacre could have been avoided had it not been for the post-Polokwane intellectual draught haunting South Africa since the last ANC National Congress in 2007. This nation and the families of the deceased deserve to know soon enough about President Jacob Zuma’s real role in this massacre before deciding on whether or not to re- ...
"Eight days in September" a title of Reverend Frank Chikane's book,the removal of Thabo Mbeki from office as State President,articulates the harsh reality in which our former president endured when was kicked out of presidency by a so called "ngoku faction" ("ngoku)" meaning now!,,let me adopt this old premise that says "history has a way of repeating its self,,I drew conclusion from what "Julius Malema" has been saying lately that,"we are going to remove Jacob Zuma from the ANC." The following day we will remove him as president of South Africa." The following day we will charge him with corruption" similarly today,given the state of our recent Politics,the zuma faction still don't believe Julius Malema whe he says Zuma will be removed. But it might happen. If this were to happen,some literate Zuma sympathiser would have to write a book similarly to that of Chikane's. And title it 3 days in December..why,,according to Malema,Zuma will removed in Mangaung. The following day will be removed from Union buil ...
It seems that the concept “Economic Freedom” is one that Julius Malema and the ANC Youth League have heard about, but have no idea what it entails. According to the ANC Youth League’s Action Programme for Economic Freedom, released during the 24th National Congress in 2011, it calls on the state to play a central role in the expropriation of farms and the nationalisation of mines in South Africa, this without compensation. This programme, furthermore, proposes that economic development should be decentralised by creating Industrial Development Zones where new industries could be established and new cities could be developed. It also proposes that, annually, a minimum of 10 000 students should study overseas and upon their return be deployed to the expropriated mines, industries and farms in order to manage and operate it. A healthy dose of idealism indeed! Hence the first question: Does Malema and friends’ understanding of ‘Economic Freedom’ take cognisance of the constantly changing global ec ...
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Steve Biko, Thabo Mbeki & Julius Malema are three South Africans who are and were ahead of their time. South Africa
In a futile bid to bar Jacob Zuma from becoming the next president of South Africa, the then Thabo Mbeki led government slammed corruption charges against him, now it is the turn of President Jacob Zuma's government to charge Julius Malema, the expelled former ANC Youth Leader, on money laundering charges, a sign that we are looking at a Julius Malema presidency in the near future?
'You know a South Africa politician is in real trouble when he hires a white laywer', said David Kibuuka on LNN with Loyiso Gola. Apparently when Julius Malema was facing hate speech charges he hired his boys from Limpopo but now he is facing serious money laundering charges he has hired a white lawyer.All of a sudden he has forgotten his boyz from Limpopo.Morgan Tsvangirai of Zimbabwe hired Goerge Bizos when he was facing treason charges but these days he is being represented by a Mr Mpofu
Mokotedi Mpshe, Jacob Zuma, Julius Malema and Zwelinzima Vavi are responsibly for the current state South Africa finds in itself today
Pending arrest for corruption boosts Malema’s presidential campaign Julius Malema says he is humbled and delighted that he is about to be arrested on corruption charges, describing it as an important next step in his campaign to become President of South Africa. “If Jacob Zuma has taught us anything, it’s that your presidential ambitions only really take off once you’re accused of being a money-grubbing parasite,” said Malema. The former ANC Youth League President had special praise for his team of lackeys, toadies and bootlickers. “Without these guys and their bags of cash and non-existent accounting records, these corruption allegations might never have seen the light of day. I owe you guys everything.” Malema said he was looking forward to a bruising encounter with the SA Revenue Service, which alleges that he owes R16-million in unpaid taxes. “The harder the come at me, and the more intelligent their prosecution, the more I will look like a heroic son of the soil when I misquote Steve ...
Jackson Mthembu, ANC spokesperson, on etv a couple of minutes ago speaking of Juju. Mthembu said: "Just imagine if Julius Malema was to become president of and eventually president of South Africa - oh Lord save this country from the menace that is Malema." Hog wash if you ask me.
Shoot the boer changed to shoot President Zuma at Julius Malema vigil - South Africa
Just finished reading Saturday's article in The Wall Journal of arrest warrant issued for Mr. Julius Malema, former ANC Youth leader and a critic of President Zuma of South Africa. President Zuma denied involvement in getting the arrest warrant issued. So far 46 miners demanding wage increase & better working condition have been killed by police. Adding insult to injury, the miners who survived the shooting were charged under Apartheid Era law for causing the death of the killed miners however President Zuma has backed down after heavy criticism from United States & EU. This is very painful because what is going on in South Africa today is a betrayal. President Zuma appears to be presiding over another form of Apartheid. President Zuma has spent time marrying many wives and not dedicating himself/government to improve the lives of South Africans. As a leader of Anti-Apartheid movement in the 1980's @ New Jersey State University I am deeply disappointed about what is going on in South Africa. It is a deep ...
The highest position in South Africa of President who do you think deserve it. 1.Kgalema Motlanthe, 2.Julius Malema, 3.Jacob "two head" Zuma, 4.Tokyo Sexwale, 5.Zwelinzima Vavi.
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South Africa is on the verge of a massive uprising, as former African National Congress youth leader Julius Malema continues to push for striking miners to stop production at the mines to cripple the billion-dollar companies that have long exploi ...
Julius Malema's being used as a scapegoat for lack of leadership by our politicians. In the Marikana massacre Malema came and addressed the workers who have been abandoned by their union, NUM. He showed sympathy in his own way, he showed leadership in his own way. And my question is: where was Pres Zuma when masses, voters needed him most. Where was Vavi and Sidumo Dlamini as leaders of COSATU? Where were the ANC leaders and leaders of the opposition parties to calm those miners down after they had been chopped by the police? Malema saw that South Africa lacks leadership from all corners, and he acted quickly enough to feel that gap. As for our political parties: keep dithering, but one day there won't be any Malema to blame.
Hawks has formally announced that thy r investigating Julius Malema for incitement n arrest is imminent! Ya ke South Africa e ncha, Mac Maharaj says the president know nothing about soldiers deployed at Marikana n president is commander-in-chief
Johannesburg The Democratic Alliance (DA) has accused President Jacob Zuma of unleashing a "monster" when he allowed axed ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema to stir up division in South Africa. "...When the President's allies allowed Malema to roam the country stirring up division and chaos, they unleashed a Frankenstein monster," DA Parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko said in Bloemfontein on Saturday.
Mine unrest: Zuma breaks the silence Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma warned on Thursday that his government will act on the growing mining unrest hitting the platinum and gold sectors, which he said was "not acceptable". South Africa has been hit by strike action at mines since a militant stayaway that has killed 45 people began at platinum giant Lonmin's [JSE:LON] Marikana mine on August 10. "I have engaged with the ministers concerned to discuss how do we deal with this issue and very very soon we will be able to let the public know because it can no longer be accepted," Zuma told lawmakers. It was Zuma's first official comment since the labour troubles spread to global giant Anglo Platinum [JSE:AMS] (Amplats), which shut down five mines on Wednesday, and Gold Fields [JSE:GFI], where 15 000 workers are striking. Frustrations in the industry and shock over the bloodshed at Lonmin, where police shot dead 34 people, have proved ripe political ground for Zuma's enemies, such as firebrand Julius Malema, who ...
Some people have the vocabulary to sum up things in a way you can understand them. This quote came from the Czech Republic. Here it is in an South African context: "The danger to South Africa is not a Zuma/Malema but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of a Zuma/Malema presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president. The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Zuma or Mr Malema, who are a mere symptoms of what ails South Africa. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Jacob Zuma or a Julius Malema who are, after all, merely fools. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their President.
South African Marikana miners charged with murder. Workers arrested at South Africa's Marikana mine have beencharged in court with the murder of 34 of their colleagues shot by police. The 270 workers would be tried under the "common purpose" doctrine because they were in the crowd which confronted police on 16 August, an official said. Police opened fire, killing 34 miners and sparking a national outcry. The decision to charge the workers was "madness", said former ruling ANC party youth leader Julius Malema. "The policemen who killed those people are not in custody, not even one of them. This is madness," said Mr Malema, who was expelled from the ANC (African National Congress) earlier this year following a series of disagreements with President Jacob Zuma. "The whole world saw the policemen kill those people," Mr Malema said, adding that he would ask defence lawyers to make an urgent application at the High Court. The killing of the 34 was the most deadly police action since South Africa became a democr ...
Do you know this people: - Our dear Taxi Drivers? - Our own SAPS members? - Our own Metro Police officers? - Our own ANC, ANCYL & DA? - Our own President Jacob Zuma? - Zuma's friends & family? - Our own Julius Malema? - Our BBBEE top dogs? - Some of our Ministers & MECs? - Municipalities & counselors? Some of these guys think we are just a bunch of fools and that they can do as they please with South Africa.
Julius Malema and Ronald Lamola is flying on a plane.Julius says I can through R100 out and make someone happy.Ronald says that's nothing I can through 10 R10 notes out and make 10 people happy. The pilot responded I can through both of you out and make the entire South Africa very happy!
Julius Malema is making headlines across the Carrebean region, Latin America and the whole world. Im trying to figure out his ideological advances to no vail. Its not totally imposible for him to become, depending on age restriction of the laws of South Africa ... the next or future state president! Im saying this because we have witnessed the worst in the past .. Albar Shir, Muammar Algataffi, Robert Mugabe, and Samora Michele, Bush , Blair leading their nations. The ultimate question however is where will South Africans be heading, with Malema at helm!
The death of so many people was unnecessary; I wonder how those police officers will live with themselves. Remember the saying "He who live by the sword, shall die by a sword”. Knowing well that they are attending a strike/ protest, there’s bound to be a violent outbreak, and common sense tell us that rubber bullets are most probably are going to be needed. Why use live ammunition? We have had numerous service delivery protests, yet officers used rubber bullets which dispersed violent crowds with minimum injuries. Why was Lonmin different? We cannot dispute the fact that mining is a very risky and tough job that affects ones physical and mental strength. Whilst I agree that mining contributes largely to the economy of South Africa, why should poor people be exploited whilst doing the “dirty work” whilst the executives are rewarded generously. As for Julius Malema, he doesn’t have a stand point, when they were removing then President Thabo Mbeki; he said "I would die for Zuma. Like most politic ...
Julius Malema,Khanyi Mbau,Jocob Zuma, Sepp Blatter,Shaka,Randall,Verwoed and Thabo Mbeki.these are some of the 50 people who stuffed up South Africa according to Zapiro*BOOK*
The expelled leader of South Africa's governing African National Congress's (ANC) youth wing, Julius Malema, told BBC Africa that his political career is not over. "I'm coming back to the ANC in December once we've removed President Zuma," he said in interview with the BBC's Focus on Africa TV programme.
I need help! My wife is USA (short distance from Obama Rally), My daughter is in South Africa(short distance from Julius Malema's house), and um in Botswana, a stone away from Central Prison and Maximum prison...eating corned beef and brown bread!
Irvin Khoza. Jacob Zuma. Julius Malema. Fikile Mbulula. Lucas Radebe. Given that choice, who would you vote for, South Africa?
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“LIMPOPO has no textbooks because all the money goes to Jacob Zuma’s wives.” These strong words came from fired ANCYL President Julius Malema when he addressed Friends of the Youth League at St Marco Hall in Polokwane last night. “He gets married every December and that costs people’s tax,” Malema told the crowd. “Now lets go to the Magaung Elective Conference and oust him. “Lets make sure South Africa is out of Zuma’s hands. “There is no clear focus with Zuma, no free education, no Rural Development. “Only Nkandla is developed and it looks like New York in SA,” he said. “A leader must lead with ideas. Zuma leads by occupying the offices. He doesn’t have ideas,” Malema said. “Since 1994 unemployment has been rife. “Zuma came with his Second Transition which doesn’t exist. “We can’t leave the ANC. We will wait at the gate until the father opens the gate,” said Malema. Floyd Shivambu said nationalisation on mines should come now. He also said farms will be taken wit ...
Julius Malema has told Sky News he thinks Kgalema Motlanthe is a better candidate for president of South Africa than President Jacob Zuma
Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu went to London. They want to convince British businesses to invest in South Africa!
Julius Malema and Khanyi Mbau are in the book "50 people who stuffed up South Africa" by author Alexander Parker.
Expelled ANCYL leader Julius Malema claims President Jacob Zuma undermined the youth by attending a G20 summit instead of joining a Youth Day rally. “President Zuma undermines the youth of South Africa,” Malema said in North West province on Tuesday, according to an SABC report. “How can he leave June 16 [Youth Day]?,” asked Malema. Zuma’s spokeperson, Mac Maharaj, said the president’s schedule had to be adjusted for him to travel to Mexico. Maharaj denied reports that Zuma wanted to avoid being heckled at the Youth Day rally.
As thina maXhosa sihlala sisitsho sisithi "Isikhuni sibuya ngomkhwezeli". Julius Malema said and i quote." long live to the spirit of ANC presidents Oliver Tambo, Nelson Mandela and Mbeki" skipped Zuma " Long live the spirit of Kgalema Motlanthe, long live!” (when & where was he elected, Mangaung???) and went on and said "Are the people leading you today your role models? You are inspired by the corrupt individuals, who don’t have respect for women? You are inspired by people, who love positions and power at all costs? We regret having campaigned for President Zuma, both in the ANC and the country. Promotion of one tribe against so many tribes in South Africa. The man who we said was a unifier – the ANC today is more divided.”
Tday we comemorate Youth Day against an onslaught on the aspiration of young people in South Africa. Young people makes 73 percent of the unemployed. When Cosatu advance its interest and denied the country to test the ills and gains of Youth Employment Subsidy. They also denied our economy a cash injection of 5 billion and a massive skills gain and workplace experience. As South Africans we are a dynamic society, but today we are rolling backwards not to apartheid, but dictatorship where only Cosatu, Blade Nzimande and powerful people in the ANC are only the one to determine what is good for us. Youth leader who demanded a better share of the country's wealth was silence by the elders at the ruling party. Unfortunately the president of our mighty ANC, refuses to allow the ANC to review his expulsion from a movement he offended, but which he so much loved. Julius Malema is so undiscipline, he always kick himself in the mouth, but ANC is no better than him. If we have to apply discipline irrespective, all t ...
The year is 2017 and we are here in the South coast in "The people's Republic of Pwani" where young world leaders r attending a UN Summit, they include Kenya's president Maina Njenga, his VP Mike 'Flashy' Sonko, South Africa's Julius Malema, Malagasy's Andry Rajoelina, Ivory coast's Charles Ble Goude(former young patriots head) and Kim Jong Un of N. Korea. Can this happen?
I wonder if Julius Malema ever knew that President Zuma's genitals would be more important and more news worthy than his Expulsion. This is why I love South Africa.
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A skul teacher asked his class to give him names of the Banks in South Africa.Busi: FNB ,Muzi :Standard Bank ,Sanele:Nedbank...Julius Malema:WITBANK, the whole class laughed at Julius Malema nd he said "ngyadlala iROSEBANK" lol.Nyt Pple,lv u all hope bonke oMama babe nemini emnandi.
South Africa a country were more than 22 million people own a Gun...nd u tell me no 1 has ever tried 2 shoot the followin annoying people. 1.Julius Malema 2.Khanyi Mbau 3.Somizi 4.Nonhle Thema 5.DJ Sbu_u knw why.
South African print media are a lazy and mainly useless source of 'news'. A mob fond of short cuts and multiple repetition. They always run with the same story, all of them. Now that Julius Malema is no longer at the helm of the Youth League and not selling them papers, they have replaced him with Richard Mdluli - even when what he does is not newsworthy. From now until December, expect Mdluli to be on every newspaper front page and to be linked with every major happening in South Africa. Come end of the year, he will certainly be the so-called newsmaker of the year. The *** are so predictable that is becomes useless to buy these newspapers - all you have to do is read one of them online then you are covered.
Good morning friends and otherz.Something has been bothering me about South Africa,land of the ''Rainbow Nation''and a country seemingly at war with itself.It seems there is not a day which goes by without violent demos,strikes etc.It can be about service delivery,personality cults[Julius Malema & Co] ,e-tolling or someothr perceived injustice.Freedom of expression and other fundemental rights are necessary but some of the unnecessary violent confrontations we witness are worrying.It seems that they are some underlying factors at play here.One school of thought is that the playing field is still skewed and white capital still controls the vast economy.Yes thats probably true but can this be a valid excuse for the level of poverty and brocken dreams,so many years after the end of apartheid?.If one didnt know better one would still think South Africans have not yet tasted freedom and the struggle continues.Maybe counter revolutionaries are responsible for the civil unrest or are we about to witness the sad ...
Julius Malema will learn Tuesday whether his suspension from South Africa's ruling African National Congress party will be overturned.
South Africa's governing African National Congress (ANC) has upheld the expulsion of Julius Malema as the party’s Youth League leader, a statement said. The ANC's statement, released on Thursday, said: "In respect of the present disciplinary hearing, the NDCA confirms the sanction imposed by the [National Disciplinary Committee] NDC that the appellant be expelled from the ANC."
The decision to temporarily suspend Julius Malema is clearly in violation of Malema's rights and the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. It is inexplicable how and why Cyril Ramaphosa, the architect of our Constitution would arrive at such an obviously unfair and illogical finding. It is even more relevant for him to answer questions about his so-called controversial security status which was investigated by Jacob Zuma but the finding was never made public. The same applies to Derek Hanekom who appeared on the list of former apartheid spies provided by Patricia De Lille under parliamentary privilege. One should not get the impression that these members of the Committees are acting under duress which is not good for internal democracy in the ANC As to the upholding of Malema's suspension, it is null and void as it is clearly an attempt to stifle debate and settle political scores. This explanation that the ANC is a voluntary organization does not cut it. Let us not forget that there two major fac ...
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