Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, along with several other members of his party, performed a vosho - a popular dance that features squatting and kicking - before he took his oath as a Member of Parliament. Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng presided over the ceremony which saw 400 Members of Parliament sworn in at the National Assembly.
Video screenshot of EFF leader Julius Malema performing a dance ahead of his swearing-in in Parliament.
New Members of Parliament Take Their Oath
SAnews.gov.za, 22 May 2019
The 400 members from 14 political parties that received enough votes in the May General Election are taking their oath to serve in the Sixth Democratic Parliament today. Read more »
Parliament On Establishment of National Assembly of Sixth Parliament
Govt of SA, 21 May 2019
How the National Assembly of the sixth Parliament will be established Read more »
President Cyril Ramaphosa Registers As Incoming Member of Sixth Democratic Parliament
Ahead of 22 May 2019 first sitting of Parliament's National Assembly (NA), President Cyril Ramaphosa joined other incoming members to register as a Member of Parliament. Read more »
DA Will Again Try to Have Parliament Remove Mkhwebane
News24Wire, 21 May 2019
After another court ruling didn't go Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's way, the DA wants to revive a parliamentary process to remove her from office. Read more »
The African National Congress says that Deputy President David Mabuza has asked for a postponement of his swearing in as National Assembly member, after he was called to appear at ... Read more »
Former National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete was criticised for not using her role to effectively hold former president Jacob Zuma to account, and Malusi Gigaba, Read more »
Speculation is rife that President Cyril Ramaphosa, on making good on his promise to cut government expenditure, will reduce his national executive by as many as nine departments ... Read more »
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