WATCH: ANC, EFF MPs involved in physical confrontation in Parliament


Honorary Master
Mar 26, 2010
An induction session at the Old Assembly in Parliament on Wednesday was marred by a confrontation between ANC and EFF MPs and had to be defused by an angry Speaker Thandi Modise.

In a video of the incident, a group of at least seven red-clad EFF MPs can be seen in front of the ANC's benches pushing other MPs around and waving their arms.

Sitting in the front row of the governing party's benches, Mandla Mandela - a newly appointed deputy minister - can be seen shooing the EFF MPs away, while former deputy minister of finance Mondli Gungubele is also trying to coax the EFF away.

According to at least one MP, punches were thrown, but that is not visible in the video in the possession of News24. Another MP said it is believed that the confrontation was instigated by EFF members.

'Dressing down'

DA MP Annelie Lotriet, who chaired the session to introduce new and returning MPs to the mechanics of legislating and lawmaking, said EFF MP Makoti Khawula had used the opportunity to taunt and attack the ANC.

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Honorary Master
May 11, 2011
But seriously, one wonders whether this lot panders to the ilk of the majority
Just take a look at what happens in SA on a near daily basis.

Burning trucks; destroyed clinics; violent vigilantism; violent home and farm attacks; trashed inner cities; land invasions; illegal building; stolen electricity; violent riots when aforementioned criminal actions are stopped or prevented; violent riots when demands are not met.

No surprise then that parliament too is rife with violent and idiotic behavior at nearly every sitting. Rampant degeneracy.