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I NEARLY fainted when I saw newspapers with the headline "Malema goes back to school".
While I was very happy seeing that the person many youths in our country look up to is finally going back to school, it was disappointing to read that the incapacitated ANC Youth League leader was just visiting.
I wonder what time Malema visited the school since his seniors had recently said there should be no more campaigning at schools, especially not during school hours.
Despite this he went there to waste time. Worse, he told the pupils at Relebogile High School in Khutsong that it was disrespectful for them to continue talking after the principal had called on them to be quiet.
And it is alleged that the pupils at the school were singing a song that said: "Malema there is no one like you." They are right, because I certainly know no one who got GG for woodwork!
It seems, Malema, that you forget fast because a few months back you said: "She (former education minister Naledi Pandor) must use her fake accent to address problems."
Comrade Malema, in a few months' time tourists from all over the world will be in the country to watch the World Cup and they will be buying newspapers.
So, rather hold your tongue because visitors will think the youth of this country are as foolish as you are.
Toni Molefe, Emdeni South