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South Africa’s parliament descended into chaos as leftist MPs scuffled with security during a key annual speech by President Jacob Zuma.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), led by Julius Malema, repeatedly interrupted Mr Zuma, demanding answers over a spending scandal.
Scuffles have broken out in South Africa’s parliament following a protest during President Jacob Zuma’s annual State of the Nation speech.
Members of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters, led by Julius Malema, repeatedly interrupted Mr Zuma, demanding answers over a spending scandal.
Some protesters staged a walkout while others were ordered to leave by the speaker.
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