Expelled former ANC Youth League President Julius Malema has labeled President Jacob Zuma a tribalist, dictator and an angry man who wants to fight anyone who challenges him. Malema was addressing a rally organised by a group called "Friends of the Youth League" at Thohoyandou in Limpopo.
He says President Zuma must not be elected to a second term as either leader of the country or of the ANC. "What is the legacy of President Zuma? His legacy is that of being interrelate to the youth, is that of expelling those who disagree with him. Why is President Zuma reshuffling every day - it is because his choices are not good. He is exposing himself nobody is exposing him - permanent reshuffle is a confirmation that you are making wrong decisions" says Malema.
Malema also warned ANC members who are supporting President Zuma that one day Zuma will turn against them. Malema says he himself and the ANCYL stood by President Zuma during difficult times, but today he has turned against them.
"But comrades you must know the real man, the man for his own family, the man who has no interest for his own people, the man for his tribe, promotions only for one tribe against so many tribes in SA. The man whom we said was a unifier, the ANC today is more divided," he says.