The Economic Freedom Fighters staged a walkout during Pravin Gordhan's National Assembly address. Julius Malema asked the Speaker not to show the institution the 'middle finger' by allowing a 'constitutional delinquent' to speak.
The EFF has made their feelings concerning Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan crystal clear.
The party staged a walkout as the minister prepared to deliver his speech to the National Assembly.
Julius Malema had raised a point of order, questioning why the Speaker was allowing Gordhan to speak in Parliament
This comes in response to Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's legal notice issued to Gordhan. Mkhwebane had served the notice in relation to her probe into Gordhan's meetings with the notorious Gupta family, as well as his involvement in the SARS 'rogue unit', reports EWN.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Gordhan had touched on the situation at Eskom in his address, adamant that plans to unbundle to entity were well underway.
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