epa05237629 Opposition EFF party leader Julius Malema addresses the media  following the Constitutional Court's finding that South African President Jacob Zuma had broken the countries constitution, in Johannesburg, South Africa, 31 March 2016. Opposition parties called for the President to be impeached after he was found to be corrupt. Earlier, eleven judges found that President Zuma had indeed been found corrupt after millions more were spent on features such as an amphitheatre, a visitor's centre, a cattle kraal, chicken kraal and swimming pool at his official Nkandla residence.  EPA/KIM LUDBROOK
epa05237629 Opposition EFF party leader Julius Malema addresses the media following the Constitutional Court's finding that South African President Jacob Zuma had broken the countries constitution, in Johannesburg, South Africa, 31 March 2016. Opposition parties called for the President to be impeached after he was found to be corrupt. Earlier, eleven judges found that President Zuma had indeed been found corrupt after millions more were spent on features such as an amphitheatre, a visitor's centre, a cattle kraal, chicken kraal and swimming pool at his official Nkandla residence. EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

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By YouTube Time of article published Apr 25, 2016

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As head of the ANCYL, Julius Malema helped Jacob Zuma become president. Now, as the leader of the EFF, he is willing to remove Zuma by force.

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