Julius Sello Malema (born 3 March 1981) is a South African politician, and the former president of the African National Congress Youth League. Malema occupies a notably controversial position in South African public and political life; having risen to prominence with his support for African National Congress president, and later President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma. He has been described by both Zuma and the Premier of Limpopo Province as the "future leader" of South Africa. Less favourable portraits paint him as a "reckless populist" with the potential to destabilise South Africa and to spark racial conflict.
30.12.2011 [The Guardian] - Now Zuma, seeking re-election at the end of the centenary year, is facing an insurgency from youth leader Julius Malema. But party stalwarts play down talk of imminent implosion, noting the ANC has weathered previous internal storms.
28.12.2011 [Africasia] - A young South African fashion designer is planning to launch a clothing label named after the ruling ANC's suspended youth leader Julius Malema. "It is about celebrating my hero," Obakeng Ramadobu told Wednesday's edition of the newspaper The Sowetan
23.12.2011 [The Africa Report] - Julius Malema, the president of the ANC Youth League, is a case in point. Formerly a staunch supporter of Zuma, Malema has veered off course and has been openly lobbying for Zuma to be replaced in December 2012. Zuma and his allies scored the first
21.12.2011 [Telegraph.co.uk] - Julius Malema, South Africa's firebrand youth leader, was kicked out of the ruling ANC for appearing to demand Arab Spring-style revolutions in neighbouring Botswana, and for consistently annoying Jacob Zuma, South Africa's president.
Nie jest gwałtem stosunek, kiedy kobieta wychodzi z pokoju mężczyzny rano. Znaczy, że chciała tego, co się stało. - Źródło: Marta Nowakowska, „Zabij Bura”. Postać i polityka Juliusa Malemy, Raport Afryka styczeń-marzec 2012, PCSA, str. 13