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PICS: EFF stages Parliament protest

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Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema is seen leaving Parliament in Cape Town on Thursday, 21 August 2014 with  EFF MPs.  Members of the EFF earlier stood their ground and refused to leave Parliament after being ordered to do so.An hour after being ordered to leave the House, EFF MPs were still sitting in their benches chanting and singing.  Malema was not happy with President Jacob Zuma's reply to a question about when he was going to "pay back" part of the money spent on the R246m security upgrades to his private Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPAEconomic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema (L) exchanges words with  ANC Youth League national task team member Braam Hanekom (R) while policemen break up a scuffle between EFF MPs and ANC members at Parliament in Cape Town on Thursday, 21 August 2014. Members of the EFF earlier stood their ground and refused to leave Parliament after being ordered to do so.An hour after being ordered to leave the House, EFF MPs were still sitting in their benches chanting and singing.  Malema was not happy with President Jacob Zuma's reply to a question about when he was going to "pay back" part of the money spent on the R246m security upgrades to his private Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPAMembers of the Economic Freedom Fighters stood their ground and refused to leave the National Assembly after being ordered to do so by Speaker Baleka Mbete. Photo: SapaPolice in riot gear are seen outside the National Assembly at Parliament in Cape Town on Thursday, 21 August 2014 while Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema and EFF MPs refused to leave after being ordered to do so.An hour after being ordered to leave the House, EFF MPs were still sitting in their benches chanting and singing.  Malema was not happy with President Jacob Zuma's reply to a question about when he was going to "pay back" part of the money spent on the R246m security upgrades to his private Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPAPolicemen break up a scuffle between Economic Freedom Fighters MPs and ANC members at Parliament in Cape Town on Thursday, 21 August 2014. Members of the EFF earlier stood their ground and refused to leave Parliament after being ordered to do so.An hour after being ordered to leave the House, EFF MPs were still sitting in their benches chanting and singing. EFF leader Julius Malema was not happy with President Jacob Zuma's reply to a question about when he was going to "pay back" part of the money spent on the R246m security upgrades to his private Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal. Picture: Nardus Engelbrecht/SAPAEFF MPs jostle with police after the National Assembly sitting was dramatically suspended last week. Photo: Jeffrey AbrahamsCape Town-140821-The EFF remain alone in Parliament after the Speaker cleared the National Asembly. Picture Jeffrey AbrahamsCape Town-140821-The EFF caused an upraw in National Parliament today when they verbally  attacked Jacob Zuma, demanding he return tax payers money. The house was asked to adjourn, however, the EFF members remained inside the assembly, refusing to leave. Outside the Assembly ANC members and other party members gathered, chanting and making demands and banging against the door. Riot police made a brief appearance after which parliament sat again and the house was adjourned. Malema proceeded to the Marks Building followed by journalist where he had a press conference. In pic, The EFF leaves National Assembly, jubulent, after the house is adjourned and heads off to Marks Building for a press conference-Photographer-Tracey AdamsCape Town-140821-The EFF caused an upraw in National Parliament today when they verbally  attacked Jacob Zuma, demanding he return tax payers money. The house was asked to adjourn, however, the EFF members remained inside the assembly, refusing to leave. Outside the Assembly ANC members and other party members gathered, chanting and making demands and banging against the door. Riot police made a brief appearance after which parliament sat again and the house was adjourned. Malema proceeded to the Marks Building followed by journalist where he had a press conference. In pic, riot police enter to restore calm-Photographer-Tracey AdamsEFF leader Julius Malema leaves Parliament with his supporters in Cape Town. The National Assembly was brought to a halt as EFF MPs chanted "pay back the money" at President Jacob Zuma. Photo: Mike Hutchings

Parliament - Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters stood their ground and refused to leave the National Assembly after being ordered to do so by Speaker Baleka Mbete.

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