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PHOTOS: Meet Ratanang, Julius Malema son from another mother

Julius Malema, despite his political troubles and current political standing, is still a human being. After a long day of working for the public and serving their interest and his organization, he is eager to get home to his loved ones. The daily duties of Julius Malema are not all he has to deal with; he also has a wife and a house.

God has shown his favor on Julius Malema, a married man, by giving him three lovely children. All three of Julius Malema's sons were born to two different women. Before meeting his present wife, Mantwa Matlala, Malema was married to a woman from Zimbabwe. The two had a child together named Ratanang Malema.

In 2013, Julius Malema married the woman he considered to be his soul mate, and in 2016, the couple welcomed their first child together. The couple currently resides at their marital house in Johannesburg, South Africa with their two sons.

As one of South Africa's most prominent politicians, Julius Malema has no qualms about using his social media platforms to express his love for his children. Malema is a proud husband and parent, and he doesn't hesitate to share this fact on social media.

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When it comes to offering his kids love, Malema is acting like a responsible public figure in South Africa. By putting his family first, he is setting a wonderful example for other guys. What Malema is doing is commendable and will set a strong precedent for the next generation of African leaders. Malema gives a presentation on child care to the young of the country.

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