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Malema demands apology from Kunene – report

Monetary Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema is purportedly requesting a conciliatory sentiment from Patriotic Alliance's Kenny Kunene following "disparaging proclamations" he supposedly made the week before. 

Reacting to Malema's "pantiti" remarks last week, Kunene, in a meeting on eNCA, took steps to uncover the EFF pioneer for who he is, considering him a "cockroach" and "criminal", among different names. 


He said: "I believe it's unadulterated harshness and desire. Julius has proceeded to consider us these names for quite a while. We have genuinely attempted to be adults and not react to him. I will manage this little frog. Julius is only a bothering cockroach that I should now manage freely. I will consider the press and start to show you that Julius, whatever he reprimands, he will be," he said. 


"Julius is a lawbreaker and I will show South Africans the violations he has been engaged with. I will explain to South Africans why I left the EFF in view of this cockroach. So I will manage this cockroach since we have given him time and regard. He has his issues, he despises himself and presently he abhors every other person. He likewise went for the TG of the ANC, he gets individual in legislative issues. We have remained back, yet presently it's finished. At the point when I meet him, he should let me know that I'm a pantiti in my face." 


As indicated by TimesLIVE, the EFF pioneer, through his legal advisors, has requested that Kunene pull out his remarks or face a R1 million claim. He allegedly blamed Kunene for disdain discourse and tribalism, saying the remarks he made caused "huge reputational harm". 


The EFF pioneer needs a public articulation of statement of regret from Kunene, a previous EFF part. 


This isn't Malema's first time taking a previous EFF part to the cleaners over open remarks. 


Recently, he requested a withdrawal from Thembinkosi Rawula and blamed him for harming his political appearance. 

Malema demands apology from Kunene over 'hate speech' and 'tribalism' - report — The Citizen

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