JULIUS MALEMA SPEECH AT WINNIE MANDELA FUNERAL ORLANDO

special greetings to the under rated General Sphiwe Nyanda,
Former presidents,
Cde President Manamela Cyril Ramaphosa
Salutations to fellow South Africans, Africans and peoples of the world,

Program directors, I am here to speak on behalf of the Economic Freedom Fighters, the daughters and sons of Mama Nomzamo Madikizela Mandela.

Those prodigal kids, isolated and banished by the liberation movement for asking for land expropriation without compensation, nationalisation of mines and banks, free education and economic freedom in our lifetime

I’m here to speak on behalf of the the dejected masses of our people, I speak on behalf of the landless people, the unemployed youth, the fees must fall generation, the security guards, domestic workers, farmworkers, cleaners, waiters and waitresses, the shop keepers,

Petrol attendants, teachers,nurses, soldiers, police, government employees, the black middle class working in the racist white firms and all those who are paid lower salaries.

I am here not so much to burry Mama, because Queen Mothers do not die, they multiply into a million red flowers of love and freedom.

I am here to pick up her spear, and make my vows that I will continue to fight for a mission of restoring the dignity of black people through attainment of economic freedom in our lifetime.

I am here Mama to express my condolences to your biological children whom I know, and the rest of Madikizela and Mandela family. I am here to look at your grandchildren in the eyes and tell them that they will never be treated like they have leprosy as long am still alive

Im here to evoke the spirit of the one who put the country first, above her own personal safety, when it was not fashionable to do so. Many youth activists were personally released by Winnie Mandela from the custody vans of the apartheid military.

She confronted gun-carrying white men who were sworn killers of the apartheid defence force throughout the long years of the state of emergency in the 1980s.

Here, she lived in constant naked contact with danger, prepared to lose her life, even the life of her own children who were put into danger by her political activities.

You trusted that your mission of putting the country first was embraced by an organization you loved but Mama you did not know that your organization had been rendered incapable of loving you back.

You fought for what you believed was right, possessed only by your love for our people and the restoration of their dignity. In this fight you were persecuted by the apartheid regime and disowned by your own.

Malema: Fellow South Africans, I am comforted by the fact that Mama died a perfect death; a death of a revolutionary because she never sold out. We should all be happy because her name will be written in the eternal book of life -the book of all who died for the betterment of all

The people of Soweto please never forget the name of Mama Nomzamo and the best way to remember her is to continue the struggle against corruption and for Economic Freedom in Our Lifetime.

Mama some of the Winnie Mandela support committee members are here to bid farewell to you, the committee which was formed to support you during the Stompie’s trial.

We take this opportunity to thank these selfless fighters, cde Cyril Jantjies, Dr Abe Nkomo and Ma nkomo, Aubrey Mokoena, Rapu Molekane, Gwen Ramokgopha, Mahomed Dangor, Moss Chikane and Dali Mpofu.

The people of Winnie Mandela’s squatter camp are here in their numbers because they knew your worth when you were still alive by naming their place after you as their hero.

The entire leadership of the EFF is here because they proudly and unashamedly associated with you and what you stood for while you were still alive,they looked for solutions and guidance from you.

Equally big Mama, some of those who sold you to the regime are here and are crying louder than all of us who stood by you. The UDF cabal that distance itself from you is here crying crocodile tears after disowning you at a critical moment hoping the regime will finish off

All those who resigned from the NEC of the women’s league because they said they can’t be led by a criminal they are here playing all important roles at your funeral, can we trust them or should we treat them with suspicion cde Winnie?

They prevented you from addressing Peter Mokaba’s funeral despite the fact that you were the President of the ANC Women’s League and the women’s league was on the program, and our cries as young activists for you to speak fell on deaf ears.

If it is true that the ANC want to honor you, let them name Cape Town Airport after Winnie Mandela.

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HOW NELSON MANDELA MET WINNIE

As an ardent supporter to Winnie rather than Mandela I will dedicate at least five blogs to the great African woman who fought apartheid in South Africa bringing some collections my opinion on the South African struggle etc.

Wiinie was the sixth of eleven children of CK Madikizela, a school principle turned businessman. Her given name was Namzamo, which means one who strives or undergoes trials, a name I think was prophetic if one followed how she lived. She came from Bizana in pondoland, an area adjacent to part to the part of Transkei. She aws from Phondo clan of amaNgutyana and her great grandfather was, a powerful chief in nineteenth-century Ntal who had settled in Natal Transakei at the time of the iMfecane

‘’…… one afternoon, during a recess in the preparatory examination, I drove a friend from Orlando to the medical school at the university of the Witwatersrand and went past Baragwaneth hospital the leading black hospital in Johannesburg. As I passed a nearby bus stop, I noticed out of the corner of my eye a lovely young woman waiting for the bus. I was struck by her but beauty and i turned my head to get a better look at her but my car had gone to fast. This woman’s face stayed with me- I even considered turning round to drive by her in the other direction – but I went on.

Some weeks thereafter a curious incident occurred. I was at office, and when i pooped in to see Oliver, there was this same young woman with her brother, siiting infront of Olivers desk. I was taken aback, and did my best not to show my surprise or my delight at this. Oliver introduced me to them and explained that they were visting them on a leagal matter. Her name was Nomzamo Winifred Madikizela but she was known as Winnie. she had recently completed her studies at the Jan Hofmeyr school of social work in Johannesburg and was working as the first female social worker at Baragwaneth Hospital. At the time i paid little attention to her background or legal problem for something in me was deeply stirred by her presence. I was thinking more of how I could ask her out than how our firm would handle her case. I cannot say for certain if there is such a thing as love at first sight but I do know that the moment I first Glimpsed Winnie Namzamo, I knew that I wanted to have her as my wife…..’’ Mandela Long Walk to Freedom

she had recently completed her studies at the Jan Hofmeyr school of social work in Johannesburg and was working as the first female social worker at Baragwaneth Hospital. At the time i paid little attention to her background or legal problem for something in me was deeply stirred by her presence. I was thinking more of how I could ask her out than how our firm would handle her case. I cannot say for certain if there is such a thing as love at first sight but I do know that the moment I first Glimpsed Winnie Namzamo, I knew that I wanted to have her as my wife…..’’ Mandela Long Walk to Freedom

Atuheire Brian Batenda