Julius Sello Malema (* 3 Maart 1981 in Seshego) is 'n omstrede Suid-Afrikaanse politieke figuur, en sedert April 2008 president van die ANC-Jeugliga. Hy is die bekendste vir sy omstrede uitlatings en toesprake, oor ondermeer vroue, blankes, aanhangers van Inkatha-leier Mangosuthu Buthelezi en teenstanders van die ANC. Hy gee ook dikwels luidkeelse ondersteuning vir die ANC- en in besonder staatspresident Jacob Zuma. Zuma en die premier van die Limpopo-provinsie het al na Malema verwys as die toekomstige president van Suid-Afrika.
Malema is die onderwerp van 'n boek deur die Suid-Afrikaanse joernaliste Max du Preez en Nancy Rossouw: The world according to Julius Malema analiseer die denkbeelde van Malema en gaan dieper in op sy invloed binne die ANC.
Aanmerkings oor vroue
SUSPENDED ANC Youth League president Julius Malema will be pinning his hopes on the ruling party's National Executive Committee (NEC) to rescue his political career following his five-year suspension.
Until his appeal has been concluded, Malema will remain the leader of the youth league.
He has until November 24 to appeal against his sentence. If he loses the appeal, he will also have to vacate his position as league president.
Yesterday, he began his fightback campaign when he called a special NEC meeting in Benoni.
Read more: Times Live (November 13,2011)
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