A South African court extended a provisional insolvency order against Julius Malema, the leader of a party that advocates the nationalization of mines and banks, allowing him to keep his seat in Parliament for now.
To chants of his nickname, “Juju, Juju,” Julius Malema strode by women blowing kisses and men raising clenched fists as he campaigned to whip up support for this year’s election with a call to nationalize South Africa’s mines, banks and land.
Julius Malema, who was expelled from South Africa’s ruling African National Congress, has rekindled his political career after the party he created seven months ago to contest this week’s election won the third most votes.
A disciplinary hearing that may result in the expulsion of youth leader Julius Malema from South Africa’s ruling African National Congress and decide the political fate of President Jacob Zuma has sparked violent protests in central Johannesburg.
Julius Malema, the youth leader of South Africa’s ruling party, yesterday stepped up demands for the nationalization of mines and banks, triggering cheers from more than 5,000 delegates at a conference.