Carte Blanche talks to Julius Malema

2011-11-10 14:02
Cape Town - Julius Malema is going to open up to Carte Blanche this Sunday.

The ANC Youth League leader, who was suspended from the party for five years on Thursday following a disciplinary hearing, will be the subject of an in-depth interview on M-Net's investigative journalism show.

In a press release issued by M-Net on Thursday, the interview, titled Juju's Day of Reckoning, is described as such: 

"Over the years, ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema has become the face of controversial public utterances, prompting political observers to ponder his popularity.

"He's been depicted as everything from a bull in a china shop to a belligerent baby in nappies, yet he has a following and, reportedly, a fat bank account. With a resounding "guilty" verdict and his suspension from the party he repeatedly brought into disrepute, will he, like mavericks before him, fade into obscurity, or will Julius remain true to the ANC?

"In a one-on-one interview recorded [earlier] this week, Carte Blanche speaks to the fallen hero."

The interview will air on Carte Blanche on M-Net (DStv channel 101) and M-Net HD (170) on Sunday November 13 at 19:00.


  • Dave - 2011-11-10 14:26

    Comedy on a Sunday evening.....should be fun

      roboman1 - 2011-11-10 15:18


  • Anthony - 2011-11-10 14:43

    ag no what else is on

  • dewald.galjaard - 2011-11-10 14:47

    Who cares?

  • johan.vanhoff - 2011-11-10 14:54


  • dssteyn - 2011-11-10 14:58

    It's bad enough that Derrick's show reminds us that the weekend is over... now we have to listen to this drivel as well? c'mon! Donner!

  • christophe.leyder - 2011-11-10 14:59

    "In a one-on-one interview recorded [earlier] this week, Carte Blanche speaks to the fallen hero." A fallen hero? Are you kidding me? Heroes save lives, defends the weak and poor. He did bugger all for the weak and poor, and brought himself a house bigger than the office block I'm in.

  • Celtis - 2011-11-10 15:09

    Now for his book release “My long walk FROM Freedom”.

      Celtis - 2011-11-10 15:12

      Ps – Book will come with crayon’s.

      ben.bezuidenhout3 - 2011-11-11 11:23

      And made of wood!

  • thulebona.zulu - 2011-11-10 15:49

    Arg man!!! the South African media giving Malema more power ...

      Anthony - 2011-11-10 16:43

      please ---will all m net viewers not watch as a demonstration of your disregard for the scum

  • WarrenStylin - 2011-11-10 16:50

    Ignore him long enough he will go away.

  • Shirley - 2011-11-10 17:35

    Is this a re run run of telly tubbys?

  • lynettevoostrum - 2011-11-10 18:34

    Be sure not to miss this 'fallen angel'

  • Susan - 2011-11-10 20:40

    Thank goodness there is more than one channel to watch!

  • ben.bezuidenhout3 - 2011-11-11 11:22

    Very nice photo of Malema from the side. Looks like he is practising his mug shot for when the Hawks catches him.

  • Charmaine - 2011-11-11 19:33

    Can we just concentrate on our own lives and forget about Julius Malema, he is not a hero, he is Not God, he is just a puppet on a string. Life goes on and Juju whatever, is out. That's it.

  • Lynn - 2011-11-11 22:11

    Now we know why Ruda moved on. Stickers are stickers, but COME ON, get ORIGINAL..

  • Siso - 2011-11-13 19:59

    @ least the 28 year old hero'tjie is striving alone for the better Country.Can we be men enough to stand against the corrupt power&conduct as he does?What have we done so far?What are we(cowards)planning next?Let's do better than this fat boy mos!What are the other humans doing in troubled times like these expect for criticizing & throwing futile words/sayings...wondering,$$$$?

  • bplupiya - 2011-12-08 11:53

    this guy can make a good comedian...seriusly..

  • carlos.deabreu.338 - 2012-09-28 12:55

    Looks like carte blanche is running out of stories, maybe its time for me to move over to Top tv. Derric, you're losing it mate, time to get Ruda back in the game.

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