From the Daily Telegraph
Jonah Fisher, who is based at the BBC's Johannesburg bureau, was called a "bloody agent" before being ejected by the firebrand Mr Malema.
Mr Malema, 29, called the media briefing to explain his findings on last week's visit to Zimbabwe where he was embraced by president Robert Mugabe and his ZanuPF party. While there he was widely criticised back in South Africa for continuing to sing an anti-apartheid song with the lyrics 'kill the Boer, kill the farmer' even after the killing of white supremacist Eugene Terreblanche at his home in Ventersdorp.
Opposition politicians claim the song stirred up racial hatred, a climate in which the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) leader was bludgeoned to death.
At the news conference in the ANC's Luthuli House in Johannesburg, Mr Malema had been criticizing Zimbabwe's opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change, for cricitising him for visiting Zimbabwe from their offices in the upmarket suburb of Sandton.
Mr Fisher can be heard saying "you live in Sandton" causing Mr Malema to stutter before rounding on the broadcast journalist.
He first tells the reporter he was in a "revolutionary building" and that he knew nothing about the revolution - referring to the anti-apartheid struggle.
Mr Fisher then replied: "They (the MDC)are not welcome in Sandton, but you are", after which Mr Malema says "here you behave or else you jump". Mr Fisher replied that the proceedings were a "joke" after which Malema calls security to have him removed.
When Mr Fisher began to pack up his belongings, Mr Malema continued: "You don't come here with that tendency, don't come here with that white tendency. Not here, you can do it somewhere else, not here. If you've got a tendency of undermining blacks even where you work, you are in the wrong place. Here, you're in the wrong place."
After he left, Mr Malema is reported to have told the remaining media: "This is not a beer hall. This is not a drunk beer hall this. You can ask all, including political parties who try to undermine the house, what happened. When you are here, you are in a different terrain. You are in our space."
Mr Malema is a controversial figure in South Africa where some see him as an heir apparent to president Jacob Zuma. However he has become a growing embarrassment to some senior party figures.His singing of the 'kill the Boer' song which has caused the biggest controversy prompting the ANC's secretary general to effectively tell Mr Malema to shut up - something he said he will not do.
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