By OBERT MADONDO
South Africa’s ruling ANC party youth leader Julius Malema is one big headache South Africa cannot afford to ignore. But he is also turning out to be Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe’s newest praise-singer.
The High Court in Pretoria recently banned Malema from singing the apartheid-era “Dubula ibhunu” – (shoot the boer). The song inspired the struggle against apartheid rule. It’s now an insult to a free South Africa that seeks to build a multi-racial society.
Malema sang the song anywhere on Friday – in Harare. Reports say Malema arrived in Zimbabwe to a hero’s welcome.
He is scheduled to meet meet Mr. Mugabe.
Obviously, South African’s mediation role in the Zimbabwe crisis is a joke.
Original Source: Global Diversity Post