5 Politicians Who Make Parliament Lit. Politics is always meant to be all serious and that bores most people.
Politics is always meant to be all serious and that bores most people. However, things have currently changed since some political leaders came to the picture. The politicians have been giving people a reason to watch parliamentary proceedings because of their comedic statements. These are the top 5 politicians that make parliament lit:
Makoti Khawula was a representative of the African National Congress from the 1980s. She was the first organiser who revealed that she was a member of the African National Congress in KwaMasu in the 1990s. She then joined the Economicc Freedom Fighters after it started in 2013. She says that she has always been a supporter of Julius Malema.
John Steenhuisen is the chief whip of the Democratic Alliance. He was also the leader of the Democratic Alliance in the KwaZulu-Natal provincial legislature. He was formerly voted as the Durban City Council in 1999, he was 22-years-old at that time, making him the youngest council in the history of Durban City.
Julius Malema is the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters. Malema established the party in 2013. He formerly worked as the leader of the African National Congress Youth League from 2008 till his expulsion in 2012. Julius Malema has been in the news because of his controversial statement towards other people and his famous land expropriation without compensation.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is the representative of the Economic Freedom Fighters and the national spokesperson of the Economic Freedom Fighters. He received his PHD in Political Sociology at the University of Witwatersrand in 2017. He is known in parliament for making jokes about the Deputy Speakers.
Solomon Tsenoli is the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly. He was voted to be the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly in May 2014. He is a member of the South African Communist Party. He became the Deputy Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform from October 2011. He also became the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs from July 2013 till May 2014.
by Alexandra Ramaite