The ANC says the EFF’s “pseudo-political militancy” in Parliament has “subverted the very meaning of democracy – the rule of the majority.”
EFF leader Julius Malema initiated a private member’s bill in Parliament in 2018 to nationalise SA Reserve Bank, but Treasury has strongly opposed it.
DA Federal Council Chairperson Helen Zille says her party’s setback in the recent by-elections can partly be attributed to its coalitions with EFF.
DA national spokesperson Refiloe Nt’sekhe said the party was analysing the results after emerging with a net loss of seven wards.
Ramaphosa urged all parties involved to act with restraint, resolve their differences peacefully through dialogue and uphold the principle of non-racialism.
EFF said its members were holding a peaceful protest before being attacked by “armed right-wingers” in a display of “white arrogance.
Providing for 24-hour clinics is desirable but unaffordable, a Department of Health official told Parliament.
The EFF has condemned what it termed the ANC’s “consistent abuse and exploitation” of its employees following another salary delay.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has apologised for a controversial tweet he posted during EFF protests against a Clicks hair advert recently.
Julius Malema says the aim is to discredit certain leaders so that their competitors can win in the ANC’s 2022 national conference.