Julius Malema says the DA must be punished for their racism

Julius Malema says the DA must be punished for their racism

- After a chaotic fight in Parliament, Julius Malema wants the DA to be punished for their racist behaviour

- Members of Parliament were reduced to a physical fight after emotions got out of control during a &QA with President Ramaphosa

- Malema wants one of the metros under the DA's control to be taken away from them

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Julius Malema, leader of the EFF, feels that the DA have to be punished for their "racist behaviour" in Parliament.

The South African reports that Malema is so upset over the DA's conduct, that he took to social media and said that the DA must be punished.

This comes after the chaos that erupted during the president's last Q&A of the year.

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Insults and fists were flying on Tuesday, 6 November, between the Members of Parliament.

Briefly.co.za reported that House chair Thoko Didiza found it difficult to keep order in the building as the EFF and the DA kept acting unruly.

Malema was very upset when John Steenhuisen called the EFF "VBS Bank looters" and soon chants like "Pay back the money" and "Racists" were echoing through the room.

At one point, Malema was heard saying "The white man must not speak" and this led to even more chaos.

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AGANG member, Andries Tlouamma, reacted to the remark and soon the room was drowned in chaos. An EFF member, as well as a member of AGANG, were both removed from the building.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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