In the news for all the wrong reasons

JULIUS Malema, the president of the ANC Youth League, continues to make newspaper headlines for all the wrong reasons.

JULIUS Malema, the president of the ANC Youth League, continues to make newspaper headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Recently, he has been before the equality court in connection with his superfluous statement that President Jacob Zuma's rape accuser enjoyed herself during their sexual encounter.

Was Malema with Zuma and the lady that night? If not, why is he commenting?

As if that's not enough, at the weekend, Malema caused un-called for noise and havoc during a house-warming party at his Sandowns Estate, northern Johannesburg home.

Comrade Malema, you can have parties every weekend, but just don't disturb the neighbours and brag to people by saying: "Do you know who I am?"

Your stupidity in the political fraternity surely made everyone aware how you function.

Many youth in South Africa, including myself, are preparing for the end-of-year exams and all you are doing is attending courts and partying.

That is why you are dismally failing to engage with the youth structures of opposition parties to debate youth issues because on Mondays you have a terrible hangover.

You talk the way you want to, to older people. Chief, you are in need of serious prayer.

The DA Youth is calling for a pastor to pray for Malema.

Toni Molefe, Democratic Alliance Youth, Orlando East

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