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PosOnderwerp: Malema warned of 'consequences'   Mon Apr 12, 2010 1:09 am

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Durban - President Jacob Zuma on Saturday lashed out at the conduct of ANC Youth League President Julius Malema, saying that the statements he made were totally alien to the culture of the ruling party.

Zuma criticised the youth league leader for defying the court ruling which banned the singing of the controversial "dubula ibhunu" (shoot the boer).

He also lambasted the horrendous manner in which Malema treated a BBC journalist and the statements he made about the Movement for Democratic Change after his visit to Zimbabwe.

"We reiterate that leaders should think before they speak, as their utterances have wider implications for the country," said Zuma addressing the media in Durban.

Drawing the line


He said his ANC leadership was drawing the line, and that there would be consequences for anyone who crossed that line.

"The relevant structure in the ANC will look at what has happened to see if the line has been crossed. If the line has been crossed, there will be consequences," he said.

Zuma said he had spoken to Malema by telephone about what happened in Zimbabwe and how he had treated a BBC journalist.

The commotion between Malema and the journalist took place at an ANCYL media briefing on Thursday.

Malema called BBC journalist Jonah Fisher a "bastard" and an "agent", before booting him out of the media briefing.

This after Fisher pointed out that Malema lived in Sandton - while the youth leader was chastising Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change for operating out of offices there.

Zuma said he had not received a complaint from the MDC about Malema’s statements.

Out of order


He said the ANC had called for the "dubula ibhunu" song not to be sung because the organisation respected the court ruling.

"When the ANC has made such a statement, it is totally out of order for us to continue as if such a statement was not made," he said.

In the current environment, the song could be misunderstood by those not familiar with the context and content of “our struggle”, he said.

"We must recognise the role of the judiciary as the final arbiter in disputes in society," he said.

He said there were procedures that one should follow to challenge court decisions.

"Defiance of these procedures should not be tolerated. It would make mockery of our judicial system."

Zuma said the ANC Youth League was not an independent body, saying that it existed within the umbrella policy and discipline of the ANC.

Zimbabwe


On Zimbabwe, Zuma said government would continue to facilitate the resolution of the impasse in that country and it would treat all parties with respect.

Zuma's comments come after Malema ridiculed the MDC and pledged the youth league's support for the Zanu-PF.

“We cannot and we will not side with any one of the parties to exclusion of others.".

He said South Africa was a respected member of the international community, and had regional and international responsibilities.


Asked about the hosting of the old South African flag during the funeral of AWB leader Eugene Terre'Blanche, Zuma said the right-wing party needed to be encouraged not to do it.

“I don't think we should make it a big issue and blow it out of proportion. I think they should be encouraged not to do it.”





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PosOnderwerp: Re: Malema warned of 'consequences'   Mon Apr 12, 2010 1:11 am

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Makhado - Delegates who were forcibly removed from the ANC Youth League Limpopo conference, vowed never to recognise newly- elected chairperson Frans Moswane, the SABC reported on Sunday.

The delegates, who supported Lehlogonolo Masonga in the elective conference, said that the election of Moswane was not democratic after they were removed from the conference by police on Saturday.

They have accused ANCYL president Julius Malema of orchestrating their removal to ensure that his preferred candidates were elected.

"He instructed police to take us out from the conference yesterday (Saturday). We are going home because we are tired of the agendas of Malema, " one delegate told the broadcaster.

"We are tired of the dictatorship of Malema."

Another angry delegate was quoted as saying: "We won't recognise, we don't recognise and we will never recognise this new leader".

Moswane was elected the new chair of the Youth League in the province on Saturday.

He was due to make his first public address at the closing of the conference in Makhado on Sunday.


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PosOnderwerp: Re: Malema warned of 'consequences'   Mon Apr 12, 2010 1:12 am

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Johannesburg - ANC Youth League president Julius Malema on Sunday remained defiant after being publicly rebuked by President Jacob Zuma. e.tv reported.

Speaking at a news conference at the ANCYL's Limpopo conference on Sunday, Malema said he would not take any personal responsibility for his remarks made on Zimbabwe last week.

He said he "can't understand" why he was rebuked about his statements on Zimbabwe, as the views expressed were not his, but those of the ANCYL.

"We (the ANCYL) did not sneak out of the country (to visit Zimbabwe)," he said.

"We had the blessings of President Zuma," Malema told SABC news. He also said he was shocked about the way he was rebuked in public on television by Zuma, who is also the ANC president.

"Even (former) president Thabo Mbeki, when he differed with the Youth League, and the Youth League had taken firm radical positions against him, he never did that," he said.

Zuma said at a news conference in Durban on Saturday Malema's conduct was "alien to the ANC".

Zuma rebuked Malema for his insistence to sing the "shoot the boer" song, his statements about the killing of Eugene Terre'Blanche, leader of the far right Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB), and his intervention in the talks on Zimbabwe, as well as his attacks on journalists.

Meeting

Malema last week sided with President Robert Mugabe's Zanu-PF and verbally attacked the Zimbabwean opposition the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).

Malema said Zuma had a "right to say whatever he wants to say", and to rein the Youth League in. He said, however, the ANCYL would engage Zuma within the ANC structures to discuss the issues.

"I still want to know in a meeting what we did wrong," he said. "I have not done anything to undermine the ANC."

He said he was prepared to face any action taken against him.

Malema said he would not keep quiet on the murder of Terre'Blanche, as he was only defending himself and his family name after being accused of Terre'Blanche's murder.

"I can't be accused of killing Eugene Terre'Blanche and people expect me to keep quiet," he said.

'Dictatorship'

The ANCYL conference was hotly contested on Sunday.

Delegates who were forcibly removed from the conference vowed never to recognise newly-elected chairperson Frans Moswane, the SABC reported.

The delegates, who supported Lehlogonolo Masonga in the elective conference, said that the election of Moswane was not democratic after they were removed from the conference by police on Saturday.

They have accused Malema of orchestrating their removal to ensure that his preferred candidates were elected.

"He instructed police to take us out from the conference yesterday (Saturday).

We are going home because we are tired of the agendas of Malema, " one delegate told the broadcaster.

"We are tired of the dictatorship of Malema."

Another angry delegate was quoted as saying: "We won't recognise, we don't recognise and we will never recognise this new leader".

Moswane was elected the new chair of the Youth League in the province on Saturday.


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