Malema should be closely watched

Julius Malema needs to prove his political maturity by trying to calm the present divisions in Limpopo, where the youth are at each other's throats in the nomination of the provincial chairman.

Julius Malema needs to prove his political maturity by trying to calm the present divisions in Limpopo, where the youth are at each other's throats in the nomination of the provincial chairman.

He insulted Premier Sello Moloto and accused him of using government funds to sponsor his bid to retain the position.

Malema is trying to gain popularity by insulting his political principal.

That puts in doubt his integrity as a leader who is supposed to help the province resolve disputes. H e has chosen to escalate the situation.

That's mischievous and a smear campaign to rob poor people in Limpopo of the right to choose the leader they prefer.

During Youth Day celebrations Malema made irresponsible statements about killing and dying for Zuma.

I advise Malema to strengthen his knowledge by enrolling at Unisa for a degree in political science because he has run out of ideas.

I'm a proud Youth League member but I don't want to be associated with Malema's utterance and the bad behaviour that prevailed in Bloemfontein during the Youth League elections.

I don't think Malema will finish his term of office, given his track record.

He should be closely watched, otherwise a motion of no confidence in him will be passed in order for sanity to prevail.

Muthundinne Singo,

Capitol Hill

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