The Economic Freedom Fighters have managed to win themselves a sizable piece of the pie, with more seats in Parliament allocated to the party. One of these seats is expected to go to musician, Ringo Madlingozi, as well as former #FeesMustFall activists.
Some fresh faces will be on the benches of Parliament, especially representing the EFF.
One of these faces is pop star, Ringo Madlingozi, who will be gracing the National Assembly with his presence thanks to the party's success at the polls.
Former #FeesMustFall activists, including Fallists Naledi Chirwa and Vuyani Pambo, will also be representing the party, led by Julius Malema.
The African Transformation Movement managed to secure two seats, but former ANC official Mzawanele Manyi won't be on the party's benches. Instead, party head Vuyolwethu Zungula and Thandiswa Marawu will be leading the way.
The Good party, led by Patricia de Lille, will be headed to the National Assembly and not the Western Cape provincial legislature as predicted, reports Eyewitness News.
Baby Tyawa, acting parliamentary secretary, says that they are ready to receive new members following the taking of the oath:
"I must reassure the IEC and Chief Justice that we at Parliament are ready to receive the members."
Once members are sworn in, members of the assembly will be electing the speaker as well as the deputy speaker. Following this the president of the republic will be elected.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!