ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu warned Julius Malema that, like the right-wing group that tried to overthrow government, prison would be his 'home'.
In his speech in the presidency’s budget debate on Wednesday, the opposition leader called Zuma a thief and the ANC’s “looter in chief”, among others.
Keen to keep the focus on its election manifesto, the EFF has labelled the ANC's treason charges against Julius Malema 'bizarre'.
Opposition MPs demanded that Parliamentary Speaker Baleke Mbete recuse herself as they said she was implicated in the Concourt's Nkandla judgment.
The party finds itself in the embarrassing position of being accused of not paying workers what it owes.
In Mzansi politics, if there is ever a light at the end of the tunnel, you'd better hope it's not Jacob Zuma.
The drama being played out in the Economic Freedom Fighters has all the characters and ingredients for a smash-hit television series.
The ANC in Parliament has flexed its muscle, proposing a ban on hard hats and overalls worn by EFF members, and blocking the use of secret ballots.
Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu remain the party's top two, while Mpho Ramakatsa and Andile Mngxitama fail to make the cut for the top six.
The EFF's hired private security for its inaugural conference, setting up strict rules to ensure no violent episodes are encountered this time around.
America’s big blunder leaves Pierre Korkie dead, the EFF moves up in the academic world and Eskom is still in the dark.
On the last day of Parliament my true love gave to me … one middle finger, two freedom fighters, three crazy MPs and a party no one really likes.
The rough and tumble in Parliament recently not only highlights subtle shifts in parliamentary culture, but also cultural differences in society.
Floyd Shivambu has warned Baleka Mbete that if President Zuma does not come to Parliament the EFF will disrupt his state of the nation address.
The EFF's chief whip has apologised "unconditionally" for flipping the bird at Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa in Parliament.
Parliament is to investigate whether the EFF's Floyd Shivambu’s middle finger gesture during a sitting of the National Assembly constitutes contempt.
The EFF is set to be absent from Parliament’s scrutiny of departments’ annual reports, which begins next Tuesday and runs until the end of October.
EFF leader Julius Malema will face charges of fraud, corruption, money laundering and racketeering in August 2015.