VIDEO: EFF's Floyd Shivambu caught assaulting journo
EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu was caught on camera assaulting a journalist outside Parliament on Tuesday.
The journalist in question says Shivambu used force and grabbed his throat for refusing to delete a picture taken of him.
Adrian de Kock, a multimedia journalist at Netwerk24, says he plans on pressing charges against the EFF member.
Shivambu has come out to apologise for his actions in a statement, taking full responsibility for the altercation.
When I went to Floyd Shivambu for comment, he immediately said that I should delete the picture off my camera.Adrian de Kock, a multimedia journalist at Netwerk24
He grabbed my camera and tried to delete the picture himself.. he was trying to break my stuff.Adrian de Kock, a multimedia journalist at Netwerk24
I got pushed and shoved and eventually Floyd Shivambu grabbed me by the throat.Adrian de Kock, a multimedia journalist at Netwerk24
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