The ANC has expressed outrage at the EFF’s behaviour in Parliament.
- No report on pupil’s death at Mpumalanga’s corporal punishment school
- Chaos reigns as EFF MPs tell Jacob Zuma to ‘pay back the money’
- Jacob Zuma discusses Palestine with concerned organisations
- Administrators’ terms extended in Emalahleni, Bushbuckridge
- Youth league’s good finances vindicate Julius Malema – EFF
- New-look Wits ‘scrappy’ but finally coming right – Gavin Hunt
- 12 South African athletes make Africa’s IAAF Continental Cup squad
- Mandla Masango eyes Bafana call-up after impressive run for Chiefs
- Kingston Nkhatha will be fined for diving, says Stuart Baxter
- Danny Jordaan defends R1bn broadcast deal with Siyaya TV
In our society, with all the criticisms, he is some kind of example for where he comes from.
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- Zizi Kodwa: EFF’s violent nature could take SA backwards: http://t.co/FA6YftTIGF 3 hours ago
- MT @nicbc123: While I don't agree with the manner, it is about time he gets some heat for his actions #talkingpoint 3 hours ago
- MT @JohanBuys6: The disorder from #EFF is unfortunately required to take a stand against corrupt politics + misuse of power #talkingpoint 3 hours ago
- MT @ChrisWhite7441: Zuma ignores PP reports and uses NA and commissions to protect himself. He is lucky he just got heckled. #talkingpoint 3 hours ago
- MT @DCM_RSA: Zuma must account for #spytapes #guptagate #Nkandlagate #783charges if ANC shields him #EFF must make more noise #talkingpoint 3 hours ago
Charity is a step back in alleviating poverty. At the recent economic summit held in the US, President Barack Obama stressed the need to increase funding to Africa.
The ANC stalwart, Pallo Jordan, did the right thing. Upon being found to have pimped his qualifications by the Sunday Times, he resigned as an MP.