South African MPs Disrupt Zuma Questions

Opposition MPs disrupted the questioning of President Jacob Zuma in Parliament on the spending of millions in taxpayers' money on improvements to his private country estate, eventually chanting "Pay back the money," and forcing the suspension of the sitting.


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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, right, and other members of his party are sworn in at Parliament.