Shock at Malema's anti-Zuma statement


EFF leader Julius Malema (C) addresses supporters in Atteridgeville, Pretoria, 4 May 2014, during his party's final pre-election rally.

JOHANNESBURG - EFF leader Julius Malema sparked disbelief on Sunday after he launched a scathing attack on President Jacob Zuma.

"Zuma is not sick, he is a troubled man. We do not wish him well, we wish him long suffering," Malema was quoted as saying at a post-election rally outside Rustenburg in the North West.
"He must suffer until he takes responsibility for the killing of mine workers. He killed your husbands, brothers and sons. How does he expect to be at peace when he had killed so many people? The spirits are troubling him now."
Malema was referring to the death of 34 mineworkers in 2012 in Marikana. His remarks were greeted with shock. See tweets below. contacted Zuma&39;s spokesman Mac Maharaj for comment but his phone was on voicemail.  
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