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Malema slams Lamola

By Sapa | Nov 28, 2012 | COMMENTS [ 88 ]

Former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has criticised his successor, Ronald Lamola, calling him a “traitor” and ”sellout”

“He is compromised. He is gone. He has sold out...[With] his sellout tendencies he will never the lead the youth league,” Malema told The Star newspaper.

Malema criticised a statement by Lamola that the youth league would support the outcome of the ANC national elective conference in Mangaung regardless of whether their endorsed candidates won.

“Without being asked a question, he just said we will accept the results even if [Jacob] Zuma wins. Even among the forces of change, Lamola is not anybody to be listened to. He is a traitor, he is not going to carry that mandate to its logical conclusion,” Malema said.

Malema said he was shocked to see Lamola at his court hearings and said he did not need “Lamola in my life”.

“I do not need him. I was never made by Lamola. He does not know where I come from. I don’t need Lamola in my life in the same way I have never needed Lamola in my political career.” 

Lamola declined to comment to the paper, saying he had to "consult with comrades" before offering a response to Malema’s criticisms.

COMMENTS [ 88 ]

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Faka imali uzobona. Factory faults at it. Not suprised at all. The less said about the ANCYL the better.

Nov 28, 2012 11:20 | 0 replies

Malema you are finished keep that stinking big mouth shut. Just wait for any eye catching news and go there and seek a lime light B@stard.

Nov 28, 2012 12:35 | 0 replies

Who said Ronald need you Sello? Go to hell Juju, le wena you will never lead Youth league again. aaggggaaa maaan we tired ke wena fat boy

Nov 28, 2012 12:44 | 0 replies

Eish malema everybody who doesn't agree with your views is a traitor and sellout?hayi man nawe yhazi!

Nov 28, 2012 12:50 | 0 replies

I can't help but blame Zuma for Malema he is the one who reduced our political discourse to a malema playground.

Nov 28, 2012 12:54 | 0 replies

@somaartakeit,
Eish... your fixation with Zuma is such a bore.... tjeez.... can you for once stick to the topic zuma fanatic?

Nov 28, 2012 1:14 | 0 replies

Malema there is nothing different between you and Lamola. Both of you came out of the same sh*t hole. You ma moes op jou dood gele het!

Nov 28, 2012 1:29 | 0 replies

Malema forgets that we fought for democratic right to expression. Why is Malema still wearing ANCYL colours? when he's been disgraced and kicked our of the organisation? This reptile is not fit to run a creche, let alone a YL that is steeped in liberation struggle hisory. Lamola has a right to support who he chooses, especially in Mangaung, that is why the Mother body (ANC) MUST DISBAND THE YOUTH LEAGUE, before it inflicts irrepairable damage. Besides, the YL is surplus to requirements now

Nov 28, 2012 1:30 | 0 replies

Mgwijikhwebu
@somaartakeit,
Eish... your fixation with Zuma is such a bore.... tjeez.... can you for once stick to the topic zuma fanatic?
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do you need that zuma encouraged malema to be a monster that he is?

Nov 28, 2012 1:33 | 0 replies

need shld read DENY

Nov 28, 2012 1:33 | 0 replies

The one sure thing about the dictatorial mind is that it cannot tolerate opposition or ambiguity and will always turn to aggression in the face of opposition because the only way to sustain its integrity is to shut out everything and all thoughts that do not feed its singular bias. Given this, Malema is clearly a dictatorial mind and Lamola is an opportunist that will lean in the direction of the stongest wind. Sadly, for the ANC, neither can lead the party anywhere and the supporters that gaze on can grasp hold of nothing because there is nothing to hold on to.

Nov 28, 2012 12:15 | 0 replies