ANC Youth League president Julius Malema yesterday called on people who still owed money to Peter Mokaba's family to pay it back to them.
He was speaking during the 5th Peter Mokaba Commemoration rally at the University of Limpopo's Oscar Mpetha Stadium. The event is held annually to keep the spirit of Mokaba alive.
Malema said he was concerned about the Mokaba family and called on business people to assist the family so they don't go to bed hungry.
"I want to make a clarion call to all people who owed Peter Mokaba anything to return it to the family," Malema said.
He said he knew the names of those who owed Mokaba before he died and that they should respond before he spills the beans.
"I will not be right to mention people by their names.
"All they need to do is make sure they return whatever they owed to the family, especially Mokaba's mother," he said.
"How do you feel when you are driving in fancy cars and living in luxury while another family is suffering and you know you owe them?"
He further made it clear that the issue of President Jacob Zuma's second term would be discussed later.
"It's still early to bring in the issue of Zuma's second term while he was only sworn in a few days ago.
"People must allow Zuma an opportunity to concentrate on service delivery and not on succession."
Malema turned on former Limpopo premier Sello Moloto and said he did not know what he was doing in the provincial legislature with his "pink lips".
The rally was attended by the Mokaba family and friends, Deputy Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula, Premier Cassel Mathale, provincial ANC secretary Joe Maswanganyi and MEC for education Dickson Masemola.