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Election of Zuma and Mantashe a huge blunder - Julius Malema

Julius Malema
20 July 2012

ANCYL leader says SG is the real danger to the ANC, not Winnie Madikizela Mandela

RESPONSE TO GWEDE MANTASHE

The Secretary General of the ANC Gwede Mantashe is quoted on Friday, 20 July 2012 Sowetan as having said that what Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela is doing is dangerous for the organisation. He said "She has taken a decision to go against the ANC national executive committee's (position) on Julius. She has decided to oppose the decision". This he said in reference to the fact that Mama Winnie Mandela and her family partook on charitable activities in honour of President Nelson Mandela's 94th Birthday alongside the leadership of the ANC Youth League, which the faction that Gwede Mantashe belongs to has suspended/expelled from the ANC.

Gwede Mantashe went as far as suggesting that the Veteran of our struggle and renowned Freedom Fighter, Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela is ill-disciplined for appreciating our efforts and decisive political programme for economic freedom on our lifetime. It was and is within Mama Madikizela Mandela's right to appreciate the struggle for economic freedom in our lifetime and for saying, "Thank you very much for leading that campaign because it is as a result of your emphasis, the youth league's emphasis on the role we should be playing as freedom fighters".

We are certain that Gwede Mantashe is aware that his conduct and utterances about Mama are out-rightly out of order and childish. It is within Mama Winnie Mandela's right to associate with leadership of the youth in South Africa and it is within her right to endorse and appreciate the struggle for economic freedom as led by this generation of youth leaders.

Mama Winnie Mandela is not the first and will never be the last of ANC leaders and members who will openly associate and publicly endorse what the leadership Gwede Mantashe's faction suspended/expelled from the ANC. On various occasions and in various regions of the ANC, thousands of genuine members and leaders of the ANC have openly associated, engaged and exchanged notes with the leadership of the ANC Youth League, which Gwede and company have suspended because of his insecurity.

We are not shocked that it is Gwede Mantashe who speaks about Veterans of the ANC in the media like he did because we have always said that he does not know and he does not understand the ANC. Gwede Mantashe never grew in the ANC, was never in the underground movement, was never involved in any operation against the apartheid regime, was never arrested and never went to exile like all Freedom Fighters his age did. It took us only 6 months from the ANC 52nd National Conference to notice that Gwede Mantashe does not know and does not understand the ANC. That is the main reason why we called for his replacement from leadership of the ANC as early as 2008 because we knew he is a disaster waiting to happen.

As National Organiser of the ANC, Cde Fikile Mbalula had to strategically and programmatically lead the elections campaign in 2009 because there was absence of leadership from Gwede Mantashe. In the 2011 Local Government Elections, Mantashe tried to lead the election campaign and caused disaster with selection of candidates and poor management of elections processes leading to the decline of votes for the ANC in those elections. The ANC is more divided and more organisationally mixed up with parallel structures and conferences because of Gwede Mantashe whose only knowledge is to insult and undermine Veterans of the ANC.

This culture of undermining Veterans of the ANC seems to be the new style of leadership in the ANC, because since the National Policy Conference where President Jacob Zuma chided Veterans in his opening remarks, there is now a sudden excitement to undermine Veterans of the ANC. The Spokesperson of the ANC, who is a self-confessed alcoholic, recently questioned the sanity of the ANC Veterans League for raising genuine issue of self-enrichment by some amongst the leaders of the ANC at the expense of service delivery. What kind of a Movement is this that disregards, chides, and undermines the youth and the Veterans?

We call on all ANC members to now begin to acknowledge that the some of the leaders elected in the 52nd National Conference, particularly Gwede Mantashe and Jacob Zuma were a huge blunder to the ANC and South Africa as a whole. The ANC should sooner rescue itself from these factionalists who time and again use official structures of the ANC to legitimise their factional decisions aimed at securing them re-election in the 53rd National Conference.

Gwede Mantashe and company should get used to the reality that as activists of the ANC and as Economic Freedom Fighters we will continue to engage and associate with all people in society and in all corners of South Africa and the world. The fact that renowned leaders of the ANC and an absolute majority of ANC members are not ashamed to associate with us is a confirmation that the faction's decision to isolate us from the ANC does not enjoy legitimacy on the ground.

Gwede Mantashe is the one who is dangerous to the ANC, not Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela, and he should ask those who undermined Mama Winnie Mandela is public and tried to reduce her to a non-entity-where are they today? People who staff-ride the ANC should always be cautious on what they say about Veterans of the ANC, because they will fall very hard.

CDE JULIUS MALEMA-ANC Youth League President

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It might be a blunder...
but it could have been a bigger blunder if Winnie or Julius were elected...is it not time Winnie and Julius are in jail? Or we all must wait until Nelson departs?

by . on July 20 2012, 17:22
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Young Lion on the roll
Tell them Juju!

by Skitla on July 20 2012, 18:30
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The truth hurts
Good leaders know when to step down. The Gwedes of this world clear don't understand the meaning of that. They want to push even when they can see that it's over.

They'll soon ask themselves why they worked their A** off so hard to rally over . .more

by Skitla on July 20 2012, 18:39
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Juju IS NOT THE LEADER OF THE ANCYL
Get that correct, first.
Secondly why even afford this washout a platform to talk?

as for the drivel he coughed up.....................not even worth the read.

by tokolosh on July 20 2012, 18:42
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Blundering South Africans
I firmly believe that the Limpopo textbook debacle is a fair indication of the competency levels of everything under ANC administration! Y'all been warned!

Security, health, transport, foreign relations, and service delivery all also have . .more

by James Mashele on July 20 2012, 18:42
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The modern day Komsomol
…and it took us only 6sec to realise that the opinion inscriptions attributed to you were in fact pieced together by one “Floyd”. I guess if this was the notorious Komsomol-Mantashian being such a judicious political chess master- has to ask himself the . .more

by Thomani on July 20 2012, 19:13
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leader
Economic freedom in our life time. Juju commander in chief, my leader. now Mantashe want to dictate who mama should associate herself with, Zuma and Mantashe, live long so that you'll see Juju leading this country.

by Leonard on July 20 2012, 19:48
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rich coming from him. he should have said
Malema never grew in the ANC, was never in the underground movement, was never involved in any operation against the apartheid regime, was never arrested and never went to exile like all Freedom Fighters.

by Leon on July 20 2012, 20:33
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Spot the similarities between Cde Juliass and Stompie?
So much blood on ANC hands, so many wasted young lives....

So, Juliass, tell me: In 1979 the country's black population was about 16 million - today it is about 48million. (Thanks mainly to the ANC's twin strategy of making the country . .more

by Brett on July 20 2012, 20:43
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Black Knight from Monty Python?
One has to acknowledge that Winnie Madikizela-Mandela suffered terribly at the hands of the evil former government, and that apartheid hurt and scarred millions.


But two wrongs don't make a right and this vile woman, who instigated the . .more

by Loudly South African on July 20 2012, 21:14
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Econo freedom supporter
Luchar contra lo imposible y vencer..Fidel Castro

by Aluta Continua on July 20 2012, 21:25
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Zuma and Mantashe must be DA symphathyzers
The way President Zuma and the ANC SG are behaving one could swear that the want to push as many blacks to the so called "only alternative political party". They are surely running down the ANC. I now finding myself agreeing with Juju that the sudden . .more

by Tsiesi on July 20 2012, 22:02
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Idi Amin Dada
also paraded in a military beret with medals and killed 500,000 of his own people.

by Nasdaq7 on July 21 2012, 01:17
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@jamesmashele 20 july 2012 18:42
get your facts straight you bum.it is not the deputy president of the ANC who threatened to arrest those who make a sign of change.it is this same controversial GWEDE MANTASHE at the communist party congress who threatened to arrest people who express . .more

by real freedom fighter on July 21 2012, 02:33
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@ real freedom fighter
Don't unsettle yourself, Mantashe is a typical Commie.
Which Communist leader in 100
years hasn't, assassinated,beaten,gaoled or at best lied and slandered their opponents?
That's just what commies do..all they do

by Pedro on July 21 2012, 05:14
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Comments
I believe those who understand ANC are not confused by any individual comments' i quote: Ideological battle and struggle of ideas remain out solid foundation to shape our movement to succeed, CADRES of movement must be in the forefront of any entire . .more

by David Pudikabekwa on July 21 2012, 08:45
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I wonder
I wonder what Stompie would have to say to this? Empty baloons that are totally overinflated with the gas of selfimportance.

by Walter on July 21 2012, 08:55
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A confused lad
1/ Weren't you expelled from the ANC - how then can you still be the ANC youth leader.

2/ You played a big part in getting Zuma elected - we all knew back then that he was useless - you didn't, until now it seems - just goes to show you are . .more

by Sad Days on July 21 2012, 09:15
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Winnie the absolute
I would advise Malema to maybe focus on what he is good at, swearing at people who differs with him ideologically (remember Lehlogonolo Masoga). Only if he could focus on his strengths of insulting peple that will work magic for him. As for Mama Winie, I . .more

by Mogale on July 21 2012, 10:17
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media
Politsweb's shoots itself in the foot when it refers to Malema as ANCYL leader, and then objects to the media tribunal wanting to enforce journalistic accuracy.

by DJ on July 21 2012, 11:18
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too true?
"To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medication to the dead." (Thomas Paine)

by Grumpy on July 21 2012, 12:20
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ANC has fukked the country up beyond the point of no return
o 500 000 murder victims, 6million HIV infected
o 18 years of veering from one disaster to another
o Two police commissioners are crooks
o Sarafina Zuma becomes leader of the AU
o ANC chase investors away and detroy our mining sector . .more

by Brett on July 21 2012, 12:30
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Enjoy your collective suicide, white South African taxpayer - you did this to yourselves
Your tax monies fund Julius Malema, your tax monies fund the ANC, COSATU and you sponsor that traitorous little Princess of Political-correctness Auntie Jeremy Cronin and her SACP whether you like it or not. Self-hatred is one thing but paying taxes to . .more

by Cap'n Haddock on July 21 2012, 12:39
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get your facts straight you bum.
@ "real freedom fighter" Oh really????

You prolly right 'bout who's who inna zoo and I stand corrected. Mea culpa mea culpa! Like I care...

So let's hear your true name and an' all here will decide if'n you be a "real freedom . .more

by James Mashele on July 21 2012, 13:08
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Fashion police
Please someone, ask Juju to lose the beret, or if he insists on this style disaster perched atop his head, can he at least buy a beret two sizes larger, or somehow shrink his head two sizes smaller.

by purleeze on July 21 2012, 15:07
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Oppression and berets...
@ Pedro
Yeah, you got it right! Oppression whether it be communist, apartheid or ANCYL just stinks the same...

@ purleeze

The beret thing came from the WWII French resistance where it was just usual farmer headgear then Chè . .more

by James Mashele on July 21 2012, 15:58
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@Brett
Poor Brett, if you had to draw up a list of ANC failures, it would be enormous. Apartheid was a failure, but the ANC. Well it was always backed up with little education. Lets approach the holy of holiest: the Freedom charter. A plan drawn up by . .more

by Nasdaq7 on July 21 2012, 16:55
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Mr Malema should have known what was coming for him.
Malema and his company were pushed out the ANC because of their loud noise which were threatening the whites minorities. Unfortunately for the poor and marginalised, they were making the right noise. It is almost 20 years since the first democratic . .more

by Morena on July 21 2012, 17:36
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@Morena 5 million whites can't give 45 million blacks their jobs
5 million whites can't give their jobs to 45 million blacks. The ANC will still need to give 40 million jobs.

5 million whites can't give their wealth to 45 million blacks. The ANC will still need to give 40 million wealth.

The ANC will . .more

by Nasdaq7 on July 21 2012, 18:16
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If people want to redistribute wealth, the best way to do it is
the way SASOL went about it: employees should be rewarded with shares every year. All JSE listed companies should reward employees with shares, in time black people will own the most shares in the mines, banks, because JSE listed companies will have . .more

by Nasdaq7 on July 21 2012, 19:40
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An embarrassment
S Africa has been embarrassed repeatedly by both Malema and Winnie. There was no way Mandela could have been associated with Winnie, which must have been very painful to that man on a personal level. Mantashe is a communist so one cannot expect much from . .more

by Wizard on July 21 2012, 20:18
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Hyaenas
While Zuma is chomping away at the ANC on one side and Cosatu is chomping away at another side, Julius and his Mama have joined the feeding frenzy and are tearing at the guts. With the patience of vultures, only the SACP are not joining in.

It is . .more

by Sam Sly on July 21 2012, 20:44
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Morena? Hawu! LOL!
Of what?

The problem is you see 'power' as licence to revert back to the 18th century.

Answer my question!

The white tax base is aging fast and will be dead in 20 years - their children have been forced to . .more

by Brett on July 21 2012, 20:48
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@Brett
I do understand and agree with you that if the current "high profile" individuals like Malema, Nzimande, Winnie, Vavi, ANCYL and other geniuses have their way, their entitlement philosophy may turn out to be a horrible nightmare. One hopes that these . .more

by Wizard on July 22 2012, 09:18
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Morena 5 million whites can't give 45 million blacks their jobs 5 million
Thanks Nasdaq7, maybe some are able to understand this simple little bit of wisdom. And figure out they need to do stuff for themselves now.

by tokolosh on July 22 2012, 09:31
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this is africa
5 million white people should leave the country if they wnt t,we(black people) we dnt hv anywhere to go

by thembinkosi on July 22 2012, 17:14
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@thembinkosi
yes, no other country would want people who can't even properly write and communicate in English.

by tokolosh on July 22 2012, 19:41
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Brett is loosing the point
Brett has responded like a typical greedy white man. Morena never said anything about whites giving blacks jobs. He only mentioned lack of our economic transformation and the tendency of white section of the population to fight and keep the apartheid . .more

by Andries on July 22 2012, 19:55
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@Andries the ANC is not a success.
It doesn't matter what statistic you use - the ANC government has been one of the most terrible in the world. From crime, unemployment, health, education, infrastructure, social spending, technology to arts, culture you name it, it has not been . .more

by Nasdaq7 on July 22 2012, 21:46
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Who cares what Malema says.
The truth is ANC is now a busted flush and all this started when the party endorsed low-grade leadership of clowns and pygmies like Julious; in its Youth Wing. As for Malema he is a bad joke. Worst leader since Caligula made his horse a Consul. Where was . .more

by Alfred Lephoi on July 22 2012, 22:10
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Moer makaar stickend!
Not many options presenting themselves to you, hey Jules. Mind if I through in some blue label and a box of knives?

by cadwithoutend on July 22 2012, 22:11
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There is no such thing as 'economic freedom', Andries on July 22 2012, 19:55
The real damage was done in the 80s. The ANC has wasted 18 years during which it should have pursued massive growth in entrepreneurship infrastructure and innovation to try counteract the damage it did during the 80s. Job creation i.o.w. to grow the tax . .more

by Brett on July 22 2012, 22:21
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@thembinkosi The ANC told the entire world for 50 years SA was ready for democracy
Now that the country is struggling, you expect the whites to leave. Are you now saying Nelson Mandela, Oliver Thambo, Albert Luthuli, Steve Biko, Joe Slovo, Walter Sisulu, Desmond Tutu, Robert McBride, Thabo Mbeki, Govan Mbeki, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, . .more

by Nasdaq7 on July 22 2012, 22:28
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@Alfred Lephoi it is only science and mathematics that produce wealth
"Caligula made his horse a Consul" that was quite funny.

If you look at the factors that bring success in a modern economy: highways, telecommunications, infrastructure, transport, marketing, media, research, labour, finance, retail, etc. those . .more

by Nasdaq7 on July 22 2012, 22:58
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ANCYL "Leader"?
Huh? JSM has been FIRED as the ANCYL leader. Why is he still referred to as the leader? This is false, bad reporting, pathetic editing, and ought to be retracted.

by Huh? on July 22 2012, 22:58
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@Nasdac7 and @Hug?
I like what you are saying very much! It is just unfortunate that it is so far away from the thinking of the cadres who can only think of their "economic revolution" ie when and how they are going to take from the whites and live happily ever after. . .more

by Wizard on July 23 2012, 03:48
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What a partnership
What a team - pinhead Malema and Stompie Queen Winnie - all noise and bandstanding, all populist, targetting the clueless. Put in the limelight by their opportunist puppet masters, only for them to regret this forever. Yes, definitely in the Idi Amin . .more

by Dinks on July 23 2012, 08:17
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Election of Zuma and Mantashe a huge blunder - Julius Malema
Julius Malema need to be investigate how much is he getting from the DA. As an ANC member see Julius Malema as a destroyer of the ANC through always critisizing ANC leadership . He has not shown an appreciation of the ANC deliverance. If we are fools will . .more

by khabs on July 23 2012, 08:33
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Julius must be checked whether he is sane
Julius no matter how hard you try to discredit, comrade Gwede and President Zuma, you are history to the ANC, I must tell you that the struggle had no formula, whether u went to exile, to jail, boycotted buses and rents. Winnie brought the ANC into . .more

by Nokweyisa on July 23 2012, 08:57
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Grootbek Malema is a has been

What a fuss about nothing.

Dull arrogant minds cannot help SA grow into a respectable nation.

These stupid people must give way to the enormous talent we have. Decent educated people who are able to think with their brains and not . .more

by Patriot on July 23 2012, 09:04
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How we forget so soon. Was it not Winnie that was spending government money for her own gains.
Did she not get fired from that and yhet typical of the ANC who fail to blush or become embarrassed wwhen their members are caught. They simply just move their people into other departments to perpetuate the same dastardly deeds. Winnie didn't even get . .more

by sharkkzn on July 23 2012, 09:14
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@Skitla
You state "good leaders know whn to step down". True. What you forgot to add is that good leaders can afford to step down, afford in the sense that they do not have skeletons such as abuse of power, corruption etc in the closets. Therefor they do not have . .more

by James Bell on July 23 2012, 09:41
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Misled by juju
juju is nothing but a misleader, how in this earth one can trust what julias is saying, it is only those who are stupids as he is, it worries more to listen to south africans defending this liar julias, both juju and zuma are the same these they can . .more

by DR on July 23 2012, 09:58
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@khabs
The DA would not touch Julius with a bargepole. He is bad news to any Party. His main concern is himself and keeping himself in the limelight - the same goes for Winnie.
Julius might possibly have opened his eyes and realised that the current . .more

by Anthony Caenazzo on July 23 2012, 10:24
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stupidity or insanity
Any one who takes this buffoon, moron and nincompoop called Juju serious needs to have his or her head thoroughly examined for insanity. Unfortunately there is no much one can do about stupidity. We need to be patriotic about our country. Malema and his . .more

by King Thulas on July 23 2012, 10:32
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Zuma must step down i need juju back to fight freedom
Malema i right for any opinion he can fight freedom but if we let JZ to be president i think my vote will be not able to be in ANC again. I am staying in shakaville location but if can see house that i'm staying too no one can believe even Ilembe district . .more

by mfanah on July 23 2012, 11:04
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You are the danger
Julius Sello Malema I unapologetically view you as the danger to the ANC, it is funny that all the things you want corrected in this article are things that you had adopted during your tenure as ANCYL president. You have always disrespected ANC leaders . .more

by Nkhwashu on July 23 2012, 11:06
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Julius is right
The problem with Mantashe is that he is being elected under a false flag. He is a communist and when the next election comes round the Communist Party will not be on the ballot paper. But Mantashe (and Blade, Jeremy and the rest of the rag tag and . .more

by Sam Sly on July 23 2012, 11:23
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Tragic. And its going to get so much worse.
Mfanah, in Zimbabwe some people live off rats.

Blame the ANC.

by Brett on July 23 2012, 12:18
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Julius Malema
Well, I have carefully read through all the comments above, and misunderstandings about Malema abound. In between are some comments which are far more pragmatic and perceptive about the man.

Arguably an unfortunate characteristic he has is to . .more

by Mike Thurgood on July 23 2012, 12:54
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Zuma, Winnie AND JULIUS
BLUNDER? WHATS THIS? THIS WORD NOT STRONG ENOUGH......ANC A DISASTER...ZUMA MUST GO...BIBI JULIE P L E A S E

by marie van graan westonaria on July 23 2012, 17:32
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We are a disgrace to our opppsition and the world.

2007 - was a tough year for ANC but 2012 would be tougher for South Africa. We are reaping the fruits of our labour, we cannot plough division in 2007 and expect to reap unity in 2012. I spoke openly on what took place in Polokwane and was insulted . .more

by Justice Majola on July 23 2012, 20:43
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@Justice Majola
Justice, you said it. The problem with the ANC is that it is riddled thorugh with corruption and self-interest. As such there is no way that it can "heal" itself, as the vested interests are too great. Further, no part can detach and re-group to start . .more

by Dinks on July 23 2012, 22:00
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ANC in a mess
I do agree with Winnie the current ANC leadership is ruling like the Fidel Castro,Mugabe's of this world, my belove organisation is selling our masses,this country will be taken again by the white people,because our own leaders we voted only look up to . .more

by Mzukisi Mfenengu on July 23 2012, 23:58
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Election of Zuma and Mantashe a huge blunder.
As revolutionaries, as citizens , it is crucial that we must never reduce national issues that talk to millions of people who have suffered so badly under apartheid into useless items on our agenda. Coupled with this is to resist temptations to do things . .more

by Fanfan Gaba on July 25 2012, 13:26
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Pre-Apartheid, Apartheid, Post-Apartheid
Many people suffer under many different governments. Our modern democracies are the old, tribal chieftains made big. Honest people, religious and spiritual people, people who hold humanity dear must oppose every form of government by fighting for . .more

by Takethe Bone on July 25 2012, 19:53
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Yes. It's for you.
Now will you believe?

by Takethe Bone on July 25 2012, 20:08
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mantashe, zuma ......malema.
My SG, My President keep up the good work that you server onberhalf of the ANC you have not desapointed us.


To malema I can't talk about your when I am talking about these two figures of the country your are a mess you have fail yourself, . .more

by ANC on July 31 2012, 12:25
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Julius Malema
Ag Julius, jy probeer so hard - maar elke keer as jy jou mond oopmaak, dan skiet jy jouself in die voet!

by Deon Pheiffer on August 21 2012, 09:52
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It was Malema's Blunder too
Correct me if I'm wrong, Juju, but weren't you the biggest mouth shouting for them to be elected? The people voted ANC out of loyalty to the ANC. You voted ANC for what you could get in return and when you didn't get it you change your tune like the . .more

by Mauritz Vervaart on August 21 2012, 13:16
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Watch the thugs
I never saw a bleeding man like Julias, and you can see is so desperate, You can't everywhere you go once you have given a platform deffinately we quiete certain you'll stood against a man, JUJUis expelled is not an ANCYL member that is an insult, So . .more

by Mjamba on August 22 2012, 08:38
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viva malema
log out cde zuma log out, log out gwede log out, log in malema log in, log in winnie log in, log in deputy president kgalema mothlethe log in. log in new president log in.

by cde busane frm ludlow bushbuckridge on August 28 2012, 18:31
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