EFF MP reprimanded in Parly for calling minister useless

EFF's Mzingisi Marshall Dlamini was reprimanded by the Deputy Speaker Lechesa Tsenoli, in the National Assembly for referring to Minister Des van Rooyen as 'useless' . He was ordered to withdraw the statement, or face being sent out of the Chamber.

After a heated debate, he chose to withdraw his comments.

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