Malema wants hate speech complaint quashed

By Karyn Maughan

Julius Malema does not think he needs to take the stand to explain his
remarks that President Jacob Zuma's rape accuser enjoyed herself with him.
And the ANC Youth League President wants the hate speech complaint
against him by the Sonke Gender Justice Network to be quashed - without
him having to take the stand to defend himself.
Malema's attorney Tumi Mokwena this morning told the Johannesburg
Equality Court that the evidence led against his client by Sonke
advocacy head Mbuyiselo Botha and rape expert Lisa Vetten did not
require Malema to answer it.
Malema sat cross-armed and silent as his attorney brought an application
for "absolution from the instance" in the complaint against him.
Sonke laid a hate speech, harassment and discrimination charge against
Malema after he told a gathering of Cape Peninsula University of
Technology students that **when a woman didn't enjoy sex, she would
leave early in the morning.**
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