Floyd is unhappy with how his words have been interpreted.
Race relations definitely don’t seem to be on the up…
EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu has apologised for the “scuffle” that broke out between him and a journalist. According to him, the incident was not an assault.
Shivambu ended up seeing red
EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu was involved in a scuffle with a journalist outside Parliment on Tuesday morning. We have the details.
Floyd Shivambu absolutely went in on the DA yesterday. The ANC also did not escape a few stray shots.
The Deputy President must hate few things more than he hates going to Parliament to answer questions from MPs. Ramaphosa faced a barage of questions on Wednesday afternon, SEO bankruptcy, bail out deals and of course the elusive state capture inquiry where all on the table. Watch: Everyone left hilariously confused in parliament after agenda […]
Here’s a lesson in witchcraft 101.
Good morning Mr President…
Malema’s deputy had a few harsh truths to share with MPs, but not everyone was as receptive.
The Deputy President had a very good response.
Juju is very much on that beat…
The whole kerfuffle around finance minister Pravin Gordhan’s recall from his roadshow is being pieced together… and it seems signs point back to one family.
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu told the media they’ve known since 2013 that the ANC was nearing its end. Have a look as Malema’s right-hand man lays into the ruling party.
The red berets are on a roll, this time taking aim at ministers’ families piggybacking to get their cut of state funds. Check it out.
In parly, Floyd Shivambu said South Africa should aspire to be like Cuba.
Section 18 (2) (b) of the Riotous Assemblies Act was drafted and signed into law to help the previous administration exercise control over the black population… wait, what?
It didn’t take long for the National Assembly to descend into chaos as the EFF and ANC went toe-to-toe in a heckling and shouting match.
EFF deputy president Floyd SHivambu told reporters at Johannesburg’s inaugural council meeting that the ruling party’s days are numbered.
EFF deputy Floyd Shivambu was less than impressed by an ANN7 journalist – one of the few left after the Gupta-owned company’s latest purge –, refusing an interview with her outright.
A member of the EFF got so excited when she met party deputy president Floyd Shivambu that she shouted viva ANC instead of EFF.
In response to questions by the EFF’s Floyd Shivambu in parly, the minister of public works had to cough up some answers about how much is actually spent on el presidente.
Parliament was suspended today after EFF demanded the money owed by President Zuma be repaid, as per the Nkandla report