Opposition members booed the President during a speech to Parliament.
In the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa during his speech President Jacob Zuma was a fight between deputies.
About 25 representatives of the party “Fighters for economic freedom” dressed in red, about an hour booed President Zuma, preventing him to continue his speech.
Then the parliamentary officers forcibly brought deputies out of the room.
Near the Parliament building, police used stun grenades to disperse the crowd of opposition supporters.
Earlier, the South African Parliament rejected a vote of no confidence in President Zuma after the presentation to him of another corruption charge.
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