South African Youth Leader Barred From Miners
Expelled youth leader of the ruling African National Congress, Julius Malema, was prevented by dozens of armed police, from addressing about 3,000 strikers, for being a risk of inciting violence.
South Africa: Marikana - Malema's Police-Sponsored Exit
Daily Maverick, 18 September 2012
While President Zuma was chastising opposition parties for comparing the show of force in Marikana to Apartheid repression, police were denying Julius Malema the right to speak to ... read more »
The country's special crimes unit is investigating expelled youth leader of the ruling African National Congress, Julius Malema, for inciting violence during the strike at Lonmin's ... Read more »
Expelled youth leader of the ruling African National Congress, Julius Malema, was called on by disgruntled soldiers to deal with their grievances after they were placed on special ... Read more »
Attempts at a memorial service to honour the slain miners denigrated into a political boxing match. This after residents of the settlement next to the Marikana shaft of the Lonmin ... Read more »