Malema: Early elective conference will not save ANC

Julius Malema used #OccupyLuthuliHouse to highlight the divisions in the African National Congress.

EWN reporter, Masa Kekana told Xolani Gwala that Malema told the media briefing after the protest that the ANC is on a downward spiral and that supporters are part of a sinking ship.

He (Malema) said it (the ANC) has to be resolved and called for an early elective conference.

Masa Kekana, EWN

Malema also said that an early elective conference will not save the ANC.

Masa Kekana, EWN

Malema also elaborated on the divisions and factions in the ANC.

Listen to the full conversation here:


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