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 ANCYL: We will demonstrate our power in 2010

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PosOnderwerp: ANCYL: We will demonstrate our power in 2010   Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:36 pm

ANCYL: We will demonstrate our power in 2010
NATASHA MARRIAN | JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - Feb 01 2010 16:19
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The African National Congress Youth League (ANC) warned ANC leaders on Monday not to defy the league's policy positions.

"Anybody who has taken a posture and has defined himself as against the ANC Youth League ... such an individual runs the risk of losing the support of the youth league," its president, Julius Malema, said in Johannesburg.

This should not be seen as blackmail, he said after a meeting of the league's national executive committee over the weekend.

"This time around, we are not going to vote for those who are against [former president Thabo] Mbeki. This time around there is no Mbeki. The criteria now is, are we sharing the same perspectives?

"It's not about personalities, it's about principles ... We mean business."

The league has traditionally helped ANC members get into positions of power within the party.

"We will demonstrate our power in 2010 ... we will start this year in the NGC [national general council], the singing and the dancing is going to tell you what is going to happen in 2012."

The ANCYL would try to drum up support, among ANC structures and the alliance, for its stance on nationalising mines in the run-up to the ANC's national general council in September, and its national conference in 2012. It is proposing the establishment of a state mining company to control the country's mineral resources.

The league would hold talks with the sector to garner support and invite input on its proposal. Malema said it had already discussed the proposal with Anglo Platinum's chief executive -- who agreed to look at the document.
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The ANCYL wants the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act amended to compel mining companies to partner with the state to get mining licences.

"[The Act] should be amended to say the corporations applying for mining in South Africa should be in partnership with the state-owned mining company, wherein the state owns not less than 60% of the shares and right of determination," Malema said.

The amendment should apply to new mining licences and to those seeking to renew them. The league wanted the government to place a moratorium on issuing licences until the Act was amended.

It hoped to see the change, which should be a "democratic process involving all stakeholders", happen immediately after the ANC's September NGC.

Nationalisation, according to the league, should involve "expropriation with or without compensation". It should be accompanied by a "thorough transformation" of state-owned enterprises.

Nationalisation was a means to "safeguard sovereignty", transform the country's unequal spatial development patterns, increase state revenue and create sustainable jobs.

Malema said the league also supported nationalising banks, but "not now".

Investors should not be "afraid of democratic debate". If any were scared off by the proposals, others would replace them, he said.

The league would urge its members to enlist in the South African National Defence Force, with plans for the league's leadership to soon join the SANDF's reservist programme.

He said politics and military training went "hand in hand".

"... we must not produce people who overthrow us ... we must produce people who are loyal to the ruling party," he said.

"As revolutionary activists, we have a responsibility to appreciate the significance of national security and must always be on guard to defend the hard-won freedom and democracy and fight crime in communities." -- Sapa
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PosOnderwerp: Malema: 'Nationalisation will become ANC policy'   Fri Feb 19, 2010 5:24 pm

Malema: 'Nationalisation will become ANC policy'
NATASHA MARRIAN | JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - Feb 19 2010 10:08
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The African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) does not want President Jacob Zuma's support in its bid for nationalisation -- it wants the support of the masses, its leader, Julius Malema, said on Thursday.

"We don't care who says what. Nationalisation will become the policy of the ANC," he said during a memorial lecture at the University of the Witwatersrand, commemorating former president Nelson Mandela's release from prison 20 years ago.

"We don't want Zuma's or [Deputy Police Minister Fikile] Mbalula's support ... we want the support of the masses. If the masses say you are correct, we will march on," Malema said.

On Tuesday, during debate on his State of the Nation address in Parliament, Zuma told opposition parties nationalisation of mines was not government policy.

Malema, however, was determined to influence ANC branches to make nationalisation party policy, which would then filter into the government.

He was addressing a packed hall where he was received with thunderous applause and enthusiastic song and dance. Ahead of Malema's address, his audience watched a video clip of an interview with Nelson Mandela, filmed shortly after his release from prison.

In the interview, Mandela said nationalisation was part of the country's history and he did not understand how privatisation was being justified. It would benefit only those with the resources to buy into those industries, he said. Mandela said white people decided the only way to control the country's black population was to privatise.

In his speech, Malema described the current ANC leadership as "sweethearts".

"Today they want to tell us they are the best thinkers and they can interpret the freedom charter better than Nelson Mandela."
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He said the struggle for today's youth was for "economic emancipation", to "take command of the economy from the hands of white males".

"We must say here today, following the clip we played, in our lifetime we demand economic freedom."

'We must never compare De Klerk to Mandela'
He again attacked former president FW De Klerk.

"We must never compare De Klerk to Nelson Mandela. De Klerk must be compared with [Inkatha Freedom Party leader] Mangosuthu Buthelezi; they served the same master."

He extended his venom to Buthelezi and related how the IFP was funded by security forces. While the party leader was "forgiven", his deeds were "not forgotten".

Joining Malema on stage was ANC national executive committee member Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, who remarked that Malema was "clever" to use archival information to back up his bid to nationalise mines.

"You are very clever my grandson Julius ... you went to collect archival matter on nationalisation of the mines. I wonder where you got it."

Madikizela-Mandela responded to newspaper reports on her absence at Victor Verster prison in Cape Town last week to commemorate her ex-husband's release.

"My family and I were not invited."

Persistent inequalities
Earlier, Malema described Madikizela-Mandela as "populist", praising her contribution to the struggle at length.

"You can call her what you want, if she is a populist, we will support a populist," he said.

She responded by saying that if a populist was someone who "exploited" the ignorant to "hold on to power" and sustain a "luxury lifestyle and what we now call bling", she was not one.

"I seek none of that."

Madikizela-Mandela said it was important to remember all the facets of Mandela and the leader he was.

"It is not enough to celebrate and quote him, we must walk in his shoes and complete the long walk."

She referred to Mandela's statement while in the dock during the Rivonia treason trial. He did not say he would die for an individual, but rather for an ideal. During a youth rally ahead of Zuma's appointment as president and before corruption charges against him were withdrawn, Malema said the league was "prepared to die for Zuma".

Madikizela-Mandela expressed regret about the persistent inequalities in South Africa, saying large sectors of society still lacked the resources to live dignified lives. -- Sapa
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