ANC and EFF members fight outside court during Thoriso Themane case

ANC and EFF members fight outside court during Thoriso Themane case

The ongoing feud between members of the ANC and EFF have reached yet another confrontational level. Members of the two parties fought about who deserved to be interviewed by a reporter about the murder of Thoriso Themane.

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The murder of Thoriso Themane left South Africans in shock. Since then, celebs and local citizens have demanded justice for the 27-year-old student.

Even politicians wanted in on this story, and their attempt to get air time to express their opinions led to a heated confrontation between the ANC and EFF.

During a recent broadcasting in Polokwane, members of the two parties started fighting about who deserved to be interviewed by the eNCA reporter.

The Sowetan reported that eNCA news anchor Lindokuhle Xulu was almost drowned by the members of the public outside the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court when he tried to report on what was happening.

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From videos that were shared on social media, Briefly.co.za gathered that a man wearing ANC-supporting regalia started shouting and pointing his finger at Xulu. The ANC supporter accused the reporter of being biased when he spoke to the EFF.

ANC members then told the reporter to leave after they couldn't come to an agreement.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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