Malema lambastes 'crocodile tears' over Winnie Mandela

Aubrey Yates
April 16, 2018

Images are circulating online of Julius Malema and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi surrounded by members of the army and police, allegedly after three EFF leaders were denied entry to the Fourways Memorial Park. "They are crying the loudest, more than us - who died for you", Malema said, before lambasting those he believed had wronged the struggle veteran. "Give us a sign Mama", said Malema.

He also attacked ANC leaders who called her a criminal and who further prevented her from speaking at youth struggle icon Peter Mokaba's funeral. "We did not do the same for her", Ramaphosa said. And when it came to the hypocrisy hovering around the late iconic revolutionary Winnie-Madikizela Mandela, he just had to tell it as it is.

"Why have they sat on the truth and waited until my mother's death to tell it?" What about those who killed the husbands of Marikana widows for selfish profits? "It is so disappointing to see how they withheld their words during my mother's lifetime, knowing very well what they would have meant to her", said Dlamini. When he goes on a rampage narrating the hypocrisy of politicians in South Africa, he receives both praise and scorn.

"Lies had became part of the narrative of her life".

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Even though he acknowledged Cyril Ramaphosa and notably left out Jacob Zuma in his introductory remarks, he made it a point that he outlined what the Economic Freedom Fighters have always said, that Ramaphosa was responsible for the Marikana massacre.

Madikizela-Mandela's own daughters paid tribute to their mother, with ambassador HRH Zenani Dlamini defending the legacy of a "woman who dared one of the most evil and powerful regimes of the past century and triumphed".

The heavens opened, and a thunderous downpour drenched the mourners. "Let us honour her memory by pledging here that we will not betray the trust of her people, we will not squander or steal their resources, and that we will serve them diligently and selflessly", Ramaphosa said.

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