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That's why it's so much fun when people fight for their reputation, either on the slightly tattered playing field of our public discourse, or even in the courtroom. Because in politics, more than in most things, your reputation is what you are. The
Flamboyant businessman Kenny Kunene lambasted President Jacob Zuma on Friday, calling him a "monster" and a "tyrant" in an open letter published on The Star's website . In the letter, addressed to Zuma, Kunene said: "In public you smile and laugh,
15, two police Nyalas and at least 10 police cars were parked in the vicinity of the court, where the five are set to appear on charges including fraud and racketeering. Traffic was affected on Landros Mare and Bodenstein Streets outside the court,
Julius Malema 's former allies do not want to be associated with his new political formation, the Sowetan newspaper reported on Wednesday.
The ANC is on a downward spiral ideologically, politically and morally, expelled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema said on Monday. It was no longer committed to the freedom charter, he wrote in an open letter to Thami ka Plaatjie. Malema was
Long-standing supporters of Julius Malema including Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale and Minister of Sport and Recreation Fikile Mbalula have publicly distanced themselves from his new party initiative, with the latter stating that his friend is
The so-called Economic Freedom Fighters described former ANC Youth League deputy leader Ronald Lamola as a "narrow-minded careerist" on Thursday. "[Lamola] will do anything in his power, including begging dictators for his personal freedom, thus
Julius Malema that the branch criticised him to save itself. "For him to hallucinate that we released a statement renouncing him in order to propitiate favours with the new leadership, and stave off any possible dissolution of the PEC [provincial
Floyd Shivambu said on Wednesday. "When dissolving more than 80% of ANC Youth League-elected structures... the National Task Team (NTT)... distorted the struggle for economic freedom," he said in a statement on behalf of the Economic Freedom Fighters.
Julius Malema is preparing the ground for a new political party, The Star reported on Tuesday. Malema was reportedly consulting his supporters with a view to establish a movement that would "restore the dignity of blacks" and reduce inequality