EFF leader, Julius Malema was kicked out of Parliament on Thursday after he refused to withdraw remarks accusing the ANC government of being responsible for the deaths of 32 miners killed in Marikana in August 2012.
National Council of Provinces chairperson Thandi Modise ruled that Malema’s remarks were unparliamentary and that it did not accord with the decorum of the House.
This morning, members of EFF took to the social media in support of the action of their leader.
Kgaogelo K-gee Matheta, a social media commentator said: “ANC’s STATEMENT IN 1992 BLAMED F.W DE-KLERK AND NATIONAL PARTY FOR BOIPATONG MASSACRE, BUT NOW? ANC DONT WANT TO BE BLAMED FOR MARIKANE MASSACRE.”
This is Africa Thisday’s polls. Let’s see who wins the general elections in South Africa today just before the Independent Electoral Commission, IEC, announces their official result.