Jacob Zuma must suffer – Julius Malema


CityPress/Sapa, 16 June 2014

President Jacob Zuma must suffer, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has said.

“Zuma is not sick, he is a troubled man. We do not wish him well, we wish him long suffering,” Malema said yesterday at a post-election rally in Marikana outside Rustenburg in North West.

“He must suffer until he takes responsibility for the killing of mine workers.

“He killed your husbands, brothers and sons. How does he expect to be at peace when he had killed so many people? The spirits are troubling him now.”

Malema was referring to the death of 34 mine workers in 2012 in Marikana.

They were shot dead in a clash with police on August 16 2012.

A week before, 10 people including two policemen and two security guards were killed during a violent wildcat strike at Lonmin.

Rock-drill operators had rejected representation by the National Union of Mineworkers and spearheaded the strike with a demand for a monthly salary of R12 500.

Zuma was given time off to rest last week, with his party the ANC’s secretary-general Gwede Mantashe citing the aftereffects of a gruelling election campaign, which had taken its toll on all party officials.

Zuma was expected to resume work tomorrow.

Malema, expelled as the president of the ANC Youth League in 2012, said the government had failed the people of Marikana and had failed to take responsibility for the deaths there.

“The ANC never loved you. They killed our people and never take responsibility for that.”

He said the EFF would never abandon residents of Marikana.

“We will die with you and [be] buried next to you because we are one. We will never abandon you,” he said.

Malema was in Nkaneng informal settlement in Wonderkop near Marikana to thank residents for voting for the EFF in the May 7 general election.

Voters gave the party the third-highest support in Parliament after the ANC and the Democratic Alliance.

Meanwhile, news was eagerly awaited over whether a proposed deal to end a strike in the platinum sector, which began in January, had been accepted.

Again, workers were demanding R12 500, which Malema earlier said they should hold out for.

Meanwhile, the EFF sent condolences to the family of the late secretary of Parliament, Michael Coetzee.

“The EFF was looking forward to working with him in the next term of the fifth democratic Parliament. May his soul rest in perfect peace,” said spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.

Coetzee died on Friday. He was diagnosed with cancer several years ago.

He joined Parliament in 2002 as its deputy secretary after being secretary of the Gauteng legislature for a number of years. Coetzee was appointed secretary of Parliament in 2012.

Coetzee leaves behind his wife Bridgette, son Matthew, and mother.

– Sapa

Source:  http://www.citypress.co.za/politics/jacob-zuma-must-suffer-julius-malema/

7 Replies to “Jacob Zuma must suffer – Julius Malema”

  1. Can you contact me. My name is Freedom from Auckland Park. I want information regarding branch structure and meetings. I’m a hard working fighter.

  2. Yes,we dont wish zuma a quick recovery,he must suffer until he dies.he disbarnded the youth league to secure his second term.he must suffer until he resign as the president.mxm

  3. bafubenanikant ephalamende uma bexosha umalema umangabe ekhuluma iqiniso kant yin kahlekahle efunwa abantu base south Africa ngabe amanga uma kunjalo vivaaa ngamanga vivaaa

  4. I rl like the attitude of eff that was shown in parliament.its gonna be the interesting 5years tearm to have the eff in national parliament

  5. Indeed Mr Shower after sex must suffer. Am not praying for him to die,Am just praying for him to suffer in this world to an extend that he will admit that he raped that woman,he misused the funds of the State and finally apologize to my Commander in Chief for expelling him as the Youth President.

  6. my leadership and all figthers.i cant wait to see a showermaster appologising to my commander in chief for what he did to him.he deserve a life sentance.amandla to all the figthers,lets mobilise for the nxt comming local election.amandla

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