- The last Q&A of 2018 of President Ramaphosa got intense and physical as members of Parliament lost their cool
- Members of the EFF, DA, and AGANG stormed each other and was seen pulling and pushing at each other
- South Africans called the behaviour childish and were disappointed that political figures got so carried away
South Africans were not impressed by the disorderly conduct of members of Parliament during the last presidential Q&A of the year.
Instead of asking President Ramaphosa important questions about the issues that matter, members of the DA, EFF, and AGANG SA got into physical confrontations.
President Ramaphosa addressed the orderless behaviour and said that the country can't return to the racism of the past, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.
Julius Malema, leader of the EFF was heard saying "I will not submit to whiteness". This came after the DA's John Steenhuisen called the EFF "VBS Bank looters".
The room was plunged into chaos as members of Parliament went at each other, tugging on each other's clothes and shouting offensive words.
Members of AGANG and the EFF were removed from the building.
Here are some of the frank and honest comments on social media about the incident:
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