South Africa: Pushing racial buttons, young firebrand stirs it up

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December 14, 2011
Christian Science Monitor    
Posted in News, PND News

"For a while, he strode South Africa like a colossus. He was Julius Malema, the ruling African National Congress’s Youth League leader, and if he didn’t like you, he’d tell you to 'jump.' But last month, the ANC suspended Mr. Malema from the party for undermining party leadership and for denouncing the Botswanan government of President Ian Khama, in conflict with ANC policies. And Malema had been taken to the ANC’s disciplinary panel before." (12/14/11)  

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