4 comments on “JULIUS MALEMA – A POLITICAL CASE STUDY?

  1. Looking at the dominance of the ANC in South African politics, they have no fear of losing power. They can therefore afford to have intra-party conflicts and they can easily sanction their members. Due to the competitive nature of Ghana’s political climate, parties have to strive to maintain a semblance of unity.

  2. I would have to question the point that Malema was “disciplined” by the party to put its interests or the nation’s interests first. I would rather assume that Malema’s sacking was an attempt to quell his so popular rants and criticisms of the President Zuma who now sees Malema as a threat.

    However, it would be revealing to see President Mills sanction the hot-mouth Kofi Anyidoho because of the latter’s vitriolic language for some time now,

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