Colossal battle in South African parliament
South African MPs of the resistance Economic Freedom Fighters party have battled with parliamentary orderlies as they were shot out from the chamber for meddling with President Jacob Zuma’s state of-the-nation talk.
Battling flooded into the districts of the building, Reuters reporters saw on Thursday, as the MPs, clad in their trademark red overalls, continued pushing the orderlies propelling them on the Speaker’s solicitations.
Police ended trance explosives outside to scramble supporters of foe EFF and the choice African National Congress party.
The basic resistance party left parliament, drove by expert limitation pioneer Mmusi Maimane.