julius-malemaa.jpgThe youth league has resolved that it will propose at the next ANC congress to have farms taken without compensation and be distributed to indigenous South Africans.

This plan has not come as a surprise as in October, Julius Malema led demonstrations dubbed -economic march to freedom.

The youth league, under the leadership of Malema called for the nationalisation of mines, banks and land to combat youth unemployment, poverty and inequality in Africa’s biggest economy.

Malema is well known for advocating for economic transformation that favours the black majority.

Meanwhile, the suspended Malema has been elected to a leadership position in the party.

Reports from Pretoria say ANC delegates voted Mr Malema onto the party’s executive committee in his home province of Limpopo.

Analysts say Malema’s election gives him a new platform to fight his suspension.

No date has been set for Malema’s appeal hearing.