The Economic Freedom Fighters showed their willingness to put their knees on the line for the South African people on Wednesday.

The political party, led by their commander-in-chief Julius Malema, threw down multiple voshos while singing before entering Parliament for the official swearing-in ceremony.

Malema showed his excitement when EFF party members were called to the front of the National Assembly to be sworn in as parliamentarians.

Donning his red overall, he walked towards the microphone and did a dance, before settling in position for chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to swear him and members of his party in as MPs.

In total, 44 members of the EFF will be sworn in on Wednesday.

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The Economic Freedom Fighters showed their willingness to put their knees on the line for the South African people on Wednesday. The political party, led by their commander-in-chief Julius Malema, threw down multiple voshos while singing before entering Parliament for the official swearing-in ceremony. Malema showed his excitement when EFF party members were called...