'Intolerant' UKZN students boo Malema

By IAfrica
In South Africa
Apr 25th, 2014

Elections 2014

Friday 25 April 2014 – 6:10am

DURBAN – ANC youth league members at the University of KwaZulu Natal have been accused of political intolerance after they allegedly disrupted an address by EFF leader Juluis Malema on Thursday.

The youths allegedly shouted at and booed at Malema as he addressed supporters at the university.

Malema eventually delivered his address outside the venue.

Some analysts have accused the youths of turning the university into a no-go area, and political science lecturer Zakhele Ndlovu said such behaviour has no place in a democratic South Africa.               

“South Africa is a constitutional democracy and we should remember that. There is rule of law, people should be free to campaign anywhere. There should not be a place where we say it’s a no-go area,” said Ndlovu.


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