A 25 minute special sitting of the National Assembly has been convened, seemingly to ensure EFF MPs are suspended without pay before the holidays.
Beeld newspaper tweeted that EFF leader Julius Malema was pushed by a security guard at Emoyeni conference centre today. Obviously, Twitter went wild.
A former Gauteng EFF leader admitted to being backed by an unknown source in his battle against Julius Malema.
In the house of tit-for-tat, there's yin and there's yang, good versus evil. Whatever your preference, it's a riot – just ask the cops.
Cyril Ramaphosa traded the salaries of errant EFF MPs for a promise by opposition parties that they will respect Parliament's rules in future.
The EFF leader’s sexist comments raise laughs but they reflect South Africa’s complex gender and power relations and are no laughing matter.
Despite being "traumatised" after being forcibly removed from Parliament, EFF MP Reneilwe Mashabela says nothing will keep her away from Parliament.
National Assembly speaker Baleka Mbete said Thursday night's events were a culmination of a build-up, and resulted in what the "law actually allows".
The urgency of the operation may have been to pre-empt Julius Malema from entering the fray.
The EFF has threatened court action should the National Assembly approve a recommendation to suspend 12 of its MPs without pay.
A parliamentary committee has found EFF members who chanted "pay back the money" at Jacob Zuma guilty, but some MPs disagree with the verdict.
More EFF walkouts, our view on Senzo Meyiwa coverage, the YouTube video of a 10-hour NYC street walk that went viral, and Halloween cat costumes.
The EFF "deliberately and intentionally refused to comply with the speaker's instructions" in Parliament, the Powers and Privileges Committee heard.
EFF leader Julius Malema will not apologise for shoving and allegedly swearing at a man in a Limpopo fast-food outlet, the EFF said.
Shrien's sordid fetishes, Jub Jub’s murder conviction overturned and Juju walks out of his own hearing.
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.