News24.com | WATCH | Malema composes, sings replacement for 'Die Stem'

Wednesday, 17 November
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In a direct swipe at the ANC, EFF leader Julius Malema suggested a replacement for Die Stem.
The EFF leader has changed his mind about the Afrikaans section of the national anthem and requested that it be rewritten rather than removed.
“We are not saying remove [the] Afrikaans [part of the anthem]. We are saying remove Die Stem,” Malema told a media briefing on Tuesday.
“We can get people to compose an Afrikaans version – a new nice Afrikaans melody,” he said.
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He sang a short section in Afrikaans, which he suggested could be appropriate with the lyrics: “Baie mooi Suid-Afrika, baie mooi”. (Very good South Africa, very good.)
[MUST WATCH ??]: CIC @Julius_S_Malema says the ANC can’t even commit to removing Die Stem. We have no problem with singing Afrikaans but we have a problem singing Die Stem, a song that was sang during the torture of our people. #EFFPresser pic.twitter.com/mDpF34QiB1
Malema criticised the ANC for its lack of “commitment” to removing Die Stem.
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