ANC Youth League president Julius Malema hurled abuse at a British journalist working for the BBC at an ANCYL press conference at Luthuli House this afternoon, calling him a "bastard" and an "agent" and kicking him out of the room.
The journalist - Jonah Fisher - asked Malema about his recent visit to Zimbabwe and the MDC's disapproval of it, and when he felt the answer didn't make sense he interrupted for clarity.
Pointing his finger repeatedly, Malema went on a rant about how "this" (in reference to Luthuli House) was built by a revolutionary party and was a house of Struggle revolutionaries.
He told Fisher he knew nothing of the Struggle and that "here you behave or else you jump", at which point the journalist laughed.
That incensed Malema, who told someone he called "Chief" to get security to "remove this thing here", in reference to Fisher.
"You don't come here with that tendency - that WHITE tendency. Not here. You can do it somewhere else," he ranted. "If you've got a tendency of undermining blacks - even where you work - you are in the wrong place."
As Fisher began gathering his things to leave, Malema continued to humiliate him. At one point he called him "a small boy" who "can't do anything".
Fisher responded by saying he hadn't come here to be insulted, at which Malema yelled at him to "Go out, bastard. Go out. You bloody agent".
This video was recorded from the eNews Channel on DStv.