IT IS unfortunate that some people resort to apartheid tactics of character assassination. This in reference to the media's attacks on Julius Malema's fortunes.
When Saki Macozoma accumulated wealth no one raised an ugly finger to object . Now , when a young man who worked for the ANC almost his entire life gets rich, some believe he is probably a fraudster. We know who is raising the issues and we will produce information about their ill-gotten gains when the time is right.
If people feel the alliance is no longer serving their narrow political interests they must do the honourable thing and quit.
Malema did not steal money. He tendered and there is no law that says he should not be a businessman because he is an ANCYL leader.
I don't want to be led by a young person who is poor. It's a good thing that Malema is rich because we know his views are not sponsored.
He speaks his mind and that is why the youth all over the country are joining the ANCYL. Not because they want to be rich but because for the first time someone is articulating young people's position clearly.
We don't need the guidance of the alliance or media on who should lead the ANC. We will select those who have the interests of blacks at heart.
Matela Mthwalo, Matlosana