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Byline: Evan Mantzaris
Justify the insults Jacob Dlamini's diatribe (While SA laughs, Malema spreads his tentacles, November 19) is a very cryptic and intriguing piece of intellectual self-satisfaction. Mr Dlamini uses very insulting language to describe his subject matter, Julius Malema. He uses words such as buffoon, fraudulent victor, crude and the like. All these, he believes, are the key characteristics of the youth leader.
In the middle of the article I thought that Mr Malema would have a solid case for defamation. In the process, the elusive nature of Mr Dlamini's writing style and essence knocked me over. Mr Dlamini's thesis is that Mr Malema is not only a …