ANC offside for staying mum about Juju

THE ANC and its youth wing are offside for remaining mum about Julius Malema's hearing.

Nothing was reported by either structure other than saying that Malema appeared at the hearing on Monday evening, was represented by ANC treasurer-general Mathews Phosa and the hearing has been postponed.

Had the ANC stopped their puppet in time the matter would not have gone this far.

Malema sang a struggle song even after he was told to stop, he interfered in the mediations in Zimbabwe by publicly supporting Zanu-PF and attacking the MDC. Worse still, he attacked a BBC journalist at a youth league conference for stating the fact that Malema lives in Sandton.

He has also told respected ministers that they have fake ascents, called DA leader Helen Zille a little racist girl and said IFP president Mangosuthu Buthelezi was a factory fault.

The ANC can't tell me they can't decide on the charges against this disrespectful young man.

Had the ANC and Jacob Zuma disciplined Malema sooner things would not have gone this far. But it was difficult to discipline someone who was prepared to "kill and die" for Zuma before Polokwane. In the ANC, comrades protect comrades and do not discipline one another.

While we can't say what the ANC could charge their moron with in an internal matter, they must help us by keeping their Malema away from the public eye indefinitely.

With the 2010 Fifa World Cup around the corner, Malema's racist utterances will shock potential investors and tourists who are coming to Mzansi.

Toni Molefe, DA youth chairperson: Gauteng South Region