Malema rejects “a smiling president”
By Khanyisa Tabata
15 May 2011
As voters prepare to go to the polls, Julius Malema has taken an apparent swipe at President Jacob Zuma.
Reports from Umlazi in KwaZulu-Natal quote the ANC Youth League president as saying when it came to the redistribution of land, South Africa didn’t need what he described as “a smiling president”.
Malema told a crowd that white people made up only 10-percent of South Africa’s population, yet they controlled 90-percent of the land.
To wild applause, he added that while the Freedom Charter said South Africa belonged to all who live in it, black people were, and we quote, “congested like