[WATCH] EFF comes to blows with unknown man in post-Sona scuffle
Despite the EFF not making good on its promise to cause disruptions at the State of the Nation Address on Thursday, in relation to the allegations of Bosasa money being given to Ramaphosa's son, it seems all did not remain calm.
Members of Parliament were asked to wait while president Cyril Ramaphosa left the National Assembly after the State of the Nation Address on Thursday evening.
EWN received a video showing how, shortly afterward, EFF’s Marshall Dlamini is caught on camera slapping an unidentified man in the face after the 2019 State of the Nation Address.
Watch the altercation below:
This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] EFF comes to blows with unknown man in post-Sona scuffle
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