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Wed May 27 07:40:14 CAT 2015

ANCYL won't organise rallies for Malema Friday court appearance

Sapa | 26 November, 2012 14:42
South African former African National Congress (ANC) Youth League leader Julius Malema waves to his supporters during his court appearance in Polokwane, 350 km (220 miles) north of Johannesburg, September 26, 2012. A South African court charged Malema, a renegade of the ruling ANC and opponent of President Jacob Zuma, with money laundering on Wednesday. File photo
Image by: SIPHIWE SIBEKO / Reuters

No rallies will be organised by the ANC Youth League ahead of its expelled president Julius Malema's appearance in a Limpopo court, it said on Monday.

The office of acting African National Congress Youth League president Ronald Lamola said in a statement league members had been warned not to organise rallies - either in support of Malema, or otherwise - under the auspices of the ANCYL.

Malema is scheduled to appear in the Polokwane Regional Court on Friday on a charge of money-laundering.

He was granted bail during his last court appearance on September 26.

"Attendance of the court case by members of the ANC Youth League would be in their individual personal capacities," Lamola's office said.

"The ANC Youth League does not have a case to answer for, hence it cannot be party to the court case process."

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