ANC Chief Whip, Jackson Mthembu says two of Julius Malema's bodyguards were caught on camera fighting with Parliament bouncers .
The Democratic Alliance has also released a statement suggesting that bodyguards entered the House on Tuesday to fight with members of the Parliamentary protection services, and to protect Malema.
EWN reporter, Rahima Essop says he asked Mthembu if he has any evidence.
His response was they have received this information from sources. And it's information that they regard as credible enough to put on public domain as a matter of fact.— Rahima Essop, EWN reporter
Rahima says the EFF has not explicitly denied that Malema's bodyguards were involved.
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Xolani also spoke to Luzuko Jacobs, Parliament spokesperson, to find out who should or should not enter Parliament.
I’m unable to say who exactly entered other than the members of the Parliamentary protection services. In terms of the rules, Parliamentary protection services have authority, once given that authority by the Speaker, to enter the House and to perform certain functions that relate to them.— Luzuko Jacobs, Parliament spokesperson
Also remember, in terms of the law, the security agencies of State have got responsibility to perform their functions, if according to them, it’s necessary to do so.— Luzuko Jacobs, Parliament spokesperson
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