ANC Youth League president Julius Malema is entering the debacle involving University of Free State vice-chancellor Jonathan Jansen and the "Reitz Four".
The ANCYL firebrand is scheduled to meet Jansen in Free State today.
The league said it wanted to discuss Jansen's decision to drop the charges against the four white students who have been accused of racism following an incident where they fed black staffers soup after urinating in it.
Earlier this week, Jansen invited the various stakeholders to further discuss his decision. Previously, the league said it had no confidence in Jansen's leadership and called for him to be expelled.
The league claimed Jansen's decision confirmed that "he will remain a conveyor belt of the volkstaat group that is still hell-bent in preserving the racist attitudes".
One of Malema's charges, Thebe Meeko, the ANCYL Free State chairperson, was quoted as saying Jansen should be "shot and killed because he is a racist".
But ANCYL spokesperson Floyd Shivambu said that Meeko meant racism - not Jansen - should be rooted out of society.
Yesterday, the DA charged Meeko with intimidation after laying a complaint with the Equality Court in Cape Town on Tuesday.
DA shadow minister on higher education Wilmot James said Meeko's alleged statement bordered on hate speech.
Higher Education MinisterBlade Nzimande has also rejected a claim by Jansen that he informed his department before deciding to withdraw the university's complaint against the "Reitz Four".
He also called for the reversal of Jansen's decision to readmit the four students accused of racism at Reitz hostel.