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 Rage over ANC decision to drop Malema charges

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PosOnderwerp: Rage over ANC decision to drop Malema charges   Wed May 12, 2010 5:55 pm

The African National Congress's decision to drop three of the four disciplinary charges against ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema has been sharply criticised by opposition parties and other bodies.

While most were pleased that Malema had been found guilty over a public attack on President Jacob Zuma, all decried the dropping of three other charges against him.

The outcome was "deplorable" and "sacrificed" democratic principles, said the critics.

"The ANC has made it clear that democratic principles such as freedom of expression, the rule of law and democracy count for nothing when compared to deference and obsequiousness, on which the ruling party clearly places a far greater emphasis," the Democratic Alliance's Khume Ramulifho said in a statement.

Malema was hauled before an ANC disciplinary hearing last week for publicly supporting Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's Zanu-PF party, calling a BBC journalist a "bastard" and a "bloody agent", and singing "shoot the boer" after it was banned by a high court.

These charges were withdrawn during Tuesday's proceedings after a plea bargain was reached with Malema's representative, Mathews Phosa.

Malema was however found guilty on the charge relating to his public attack on Zuma. He had pleaded guilty to all four charges.

He attacked Zuma for rebuking him in public and compared him to his predecessor, Thabo Mbeki while addressing the media on April 11.

Ramulifho said this "superficial remark went straight to the president's ego" and "sacrificed democratic principle on the alter of egoism".

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AfriForum leader Ernst Roets said the withdrawal of the charge regarding singing dubula ibhunu (shoot the boer) was cause for concern.

"It's an indication of the ANC's nonchalant attitude towards the independence of the judiciary and their support for the song."

The Young Independent Democrats cried foul over the youth league leader's "real crimes" going unpunished. It called the ANC's disciplinary process a dishonest attempt to portray itself as an ethical party.

"The ANC has shown that it does not care about Malema's real crimes and that insulting Jacob Zuma is far worse than stealing millions of rands from poor South Africans through tax evasion," its leader Xanthea Limberg said.

Meanwhile the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) said a further charge of "falsifying" the history of the 1960 Sharpeville/Langa day massacre should have been added.

"The events were led by the PAC and the youth leader claims that they were hijacked by our movement," the party said.

The IFP-aligned South African Democratic Student Movement said it was wrong to think that sanity would prevail in the ANC.

"The sentence is very disappointing and as students we are concerned because time and time again Malema uses university platforms to relieve himself of his verbal diarrhoea," spokesperson Mkhuleko Hlengwa said.

Malema has been ordered to attend anger-management classes, make a public apology to the ANC president, the ANC and the public in general and pay a fine of R10 000 to a youth development project.

He was also ordered to attend the party's political school for 20 days.

Civil rights organisation AfriForum said the outcome of Malema's disciplinary hearing confirmed the need for an equality court case against him. --Sapa


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PosOnderwerp: Re: Rage over ANC decision to drop Malema charges   Wed May 12, 2010 11:05 pm

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PosOnderwerp: Re: Rage over ANC decision to drop Malema charges   Thu May 13, 2010 7:25 pm

Nou wil hulle hom leer om ons mooi uit te vloek, te bedrieg en bedryg.

Waar sal dit eindig met hom in die top stoel dan maak hy net wat hy wil.
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PosOnderwerp: Re: Rage over ANC decision to drop Malema charges   Thu May 13, 2010 7:34 pm

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PosOnderwerp: Re: Rage over ANC decision to drop Malema charges   Thu May 13, 2010 7:37 pm

Die grootste voordeel sal wees as hulle ons bly onderskat, en dis waar ons slapers n goeie werk verrig want hulle skep die elisie van dom en dommer
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PosOnderwerp: Re: Rage over ANC decision to drop Malema charges   Thu May 13, 2010 7:40 pm

Ek bid ons hardkopige witmense sien hierdie k@k en word wakker
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PosOnderwerp: Re: Rage over ANC decision to drop Malema charges   Thu May 13, 2010 7:44 pm

nee wat hier gaan gebed nie genoeg wees nie n massa moord sal dalk maar om die een of ander rede glo ek ook nie
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PosOnderwerp: Faction-ridden ANC spells big trouble for president   Thu May 13, 2010 8:04 pm


May 13, 2010 12:01By The Editor, The Times Newspaper




The Times Editorial: [/b]The outcome of the ANC disciplinary hearing into the conduct of the party's youth league leader, Julius Malema, has revealed a widening chasm at Luthuli House. [/b]


Though the ANC national disciplinary committee found Malema guilty of sowing disunity in the party, slapped him with a R10000 fine and ordered him to attend anger-management classes, President Jacob Zuma and the five other ANC national office-bearers have been damaged politically by the affair.

Suspicions that Zuma presides over a divided Luthuli House have now been confirmed by the handling and outcome of the disciplinary hearing.

Zuma set the disciplinary process in motion when he took the unusual step of convening an impromptu press conference at which he said there would "be consequences" for Malema's outrageous public statements and actions.

A few days later, ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe - presumably with the support of the other top office-bearers - drew up an indictment of four charges against the ANCYL leader on behalf of the party.

His charge sheet stated that the complainants were the national office bearers, known as "the top six". Signs of cracks within the top six emerged, however, when it was revealed that one of them, ANC treasurer-general Mathews Phosa, had chosen to represent Malema at his disciplinary hearing.

It is unlikely that Malema would have convinced the disciplinary committee to drop all the main charges against him were it not for Phosa's insider's insight.

With just over two years to go before the ANC national conference, it is clear from the Malema case that factions are forming among the party's top brass. This can only spell trouble for Zuma as president of the ANC and of the country.
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PosOnderwerp: ANCYL out to overturn decision   Thu May 13, 2010 8:14 pm



The ANC Youth League is planning to put pressure on the ANC's national executive committee to overturn the decision of the party's national disciplinary committee after it found youth league leader Julius Malema guilty of undermining President Jacob Zuma.

The Mail & Guardian has established that the youth's secretary general Vuyiswa Tulelo will submit a report to the ANC's NEC this weekend, outlining the league's grievance regarding the outcome of the ANC's national disciplinary committee -- headed by deputy minister of Science and Technology Derek Hanekom.

The committee cleared Malema on three main charges, which included singing the "Kill the Boer" song in defiance of ANC directives, endorsing Zanu-PF and attacking the Movement for Democratic Change as a "Mickey Mouse party" during his visit to Zimbabwe, as well as embarrassing the party by verbally
attacking a BBC reporter Johah Fisher.

However, Malema pleaded guilty and was
forced to apologise to Zuma and the ANC after he implied that Zuma was worse than former president Thabo Mbeki.

Malema to be sent away
TheM&Gunderstands Malema opted for the plea bargaining route after Hanekom insisted his membership be suspended for two years or that he should be sent away to China or Cuba for the same period.

ANC treasurer general Matthews Phosa, who represented Malema, strongly objected to Hanekom's proposal and questioned the motive behind his suggestions saying they were political. Malema's legal team suggested entering into a plea bargain, which included a R10 000 fine and a two year suspended sentence.

However, the M&G understands the youth league will put pressure on the ANC to overturn the decision as this would set a wrong precedent for future engagements.

"What this decision means is that youth league leaders would not be able to speak in future. We must nip it in the bud before it is too late," said a senior youth league leader, who preferred not to be mentioned.

On Thursday Tulelo told journalists that the youth league would approach the ANC to discuss procedural matters.

League members to pay
She also said the league's national executive committee took a decision to establish a fund, which will see youth league members contributing money to pay Malema's R10 000 fine.


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Tulelo said ANCYL leaders would also attended the anger management course with Malema.

"We are of the view that Malema made the statements not in his personal capacity, but he was representing the views of the youth league."

"Overall, the ANC Youth League does not have a problem with efforts and programmes that promote youth development and individual development and growth of its leadership, and will forever protect principles of the organisation."

The M&G also understands that the league plans to question the involvement of Cosatu in the decision to charge Malema.

It is understood that South African Communist Party (SACP) Secretary General Jeremy Cronin was the first one to suggest during the SACP's bilateral with the ANC that Malema be charged. Cosatu also suggested the same thing during its bilateral with the ANC.

"For us it is important that this decision is overturned because the ANC can not be controlled by Cosatu. They [the ANC] are just implementing decisions taken by Cosatu. The reality is that the ANC is run from Cosatu headquarters and we are not going to allow this to continue," said the ANCYL leader.

Nationalisation of mines
The lLeague said it was more determined now than ever "in the struggles, advocacy for and campaign for the nationalisation of mines.

The ANC Youth League nationalisation of mines study-group will present a comprehensive report to the ANC on the nationalisation of mines study-tours once all countries that have been identified are visited.

"We appreciated the fact that the nationalisation of mines is on the agenda of the ANC and will be discussed in the ANC national general council and national conference in September 2010 and December 2010 respectively," Tulelo said on Thursday.

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The National Executive Committee has also welcomed the youth leagues resolutions of the Young Women's Assembly and endorsed the campaign's One-Boyfriend-One girlfriend, and the campaign for the free provision of quality sanitary towels.

"The youth league will intensify the campaign to discourage multi-sexual relationships
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