Tag Archives: Economic Freedom Fighters

02Apr/17

S.African parliament’s speaker to consider Zuma no-confidence vote request

South Africa’s speaker of parliament says she will consider a request from opposition parties to hold a no-confidence vote on President Jacob Zuma.

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09Feb/17

Brawl breaks out during keynote Zuma speech

A session of South Africa’s parliament convened for a keynote address by the president descended into chaos as far-left lawmakers brawled with orderlies after interrupting the speech and the main opposition party walked out. Continue reading

16Nov/16

Two white South Africans charged after forcing black man into coffin

Two white male South Africans appear in court on charges of assault against a black man in Middelburg.

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02Nov/16

South African judge orders graft report release amid anti-Zuma protest

A South African judge has ruled that a report over alleged influence peddling in government should be released at 1500 GMT.

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10Feb/16

Malema says “victory is certain” after Zuma court hearing adjourns

Former ANC youth league leader Julius Malema tells crowds of South African opposition supporters gathered at a rally in Johannesburg that “victory is certain”, after asking the country’s top court to rule on whether President Jacob Zuma broke the law by spending 250 million rand (then $23 million) on a state-funded security upgrade to his home.

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13Feb/15

South Africans react day after parliament descends into chaos

A day after parliament descended into chaos, with opposition lawmakers removed by force after disrupting Jacob Zuma’s annual address, people on the streets of Johannesburg say they believe the focus should be on the resolving the country’s problems.

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12Feb/15

S.African parliament descends into chaos during Zuma speech

South African security officers remove far-left Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) lawmakers from parliament after they disrupted President Jacob Zuma’s State-Of-The-Nation speech and members of the main opposition walk out in protest.

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