ANC youth riot over Malema

Rioting breaks out in South Africa as ruling party's youth leader is called to appear before a disciplinary panel.

    South African police have clashed with protesters rallying against a disciplinary hearing for the head of the ruling ANC's youth league.

    Supporters of Julius Malema gathered outside the party's headquarters in Johannesburg.

    Malema is accused of inciting violence and sowing discord within the party, as Al Jazeera's Anu Nathan reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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