julius-malema1.jpgZimbabwean youths have been urged to be confident, resolute and united in the fight against imperialism and to emulate the stance taken by ANC Youth League President Julius Malema in resisting western influence.


The call follows the stance taken by African National Congress Youth League President Julius Malema during a press briefing held at the ANC headquarters in South Africa this week.


Malema ejected a BBC journalist Jonah Fisher from a press briefing and he lashed out at some racist whites who have a tendency of undermining blacks.


ZANU-PF Secretary for Information and Publicity Cde Rugare Gumbo said the press briefing was a revelation and inspiration to all those who have wedged wars against imperialist influence.


He said what is important is for the youth to take a cue from the ANC Youth League President.


Commenting on the same issue, ZANU-PF Secretary for Youth Cde Absolom Sikhosana said Cde Malema’s voice represents the

views and the aspirations of both the Zimbabwean and South African youth.


Cde Julius Malema was in the country on a four day solidarity visit hosted by the ZANU-PF Youth league.


During the visit he had an opportunity to learn more about Zimbabwe’s land reform programme and economic empowerment drive.


He hailed Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces President Mugabe for remaining resolute, steadfast and unshaken in the fight against imperialist forces that have imposed illegal economic sanctions on the country.