South Africa’s left-wing opposition leader Julius Malema has been forcefully removed from parliament.
Their removal comes ahead of an address by President Jacob Zuma, his first since last week’s High Court ruling that he should face corruption charges over a 1999 arms deal.
The EFF members of parliament have a habit of interrupting his speeches, reports the BBC.
South Africa’s New24 website says they were chanting “You’re an embarrassment to yourself and your party. Jacob Zuma leave the house”, before they were ejected.