Parly chaos: Who cut the live television feed?

A probe to determine who cut Parliament’s television feed when chaos erupted in the house is underway.

Chaos in Parliament on Thursday 13 November 2014. Picture: Screengrab EWN

CAPE TOWN - National Assembly speaker Baleka Mbete says an investigation is underway to determine who cut the Parliamentary television feed when chaos erupted in the house on Thursday.

The dedicated Parliamentary channel was cut when a sitting of the National Assembly descended into chaos.

Mbete denies she is the one who ordered a temporary blackout of the Parliamentary TV channel.

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Mbete again lost control of the house on Thursday night, when opposition parties clashed during a debate on the Nkandla ad-hoc committee's report.

The committee found that President Jacob Zuma is not responsible for the overspending on upgrades to his KwaZulu-Natal home.

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During the debate an Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Member of Parliament (MP), who refused to withdraw her remarks that Zuma was a thief and a criminal, was hauled out of the chamber by police.

Mbete says it's unclear who then decided to interfere with the broadcast of the session.

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