‘I suspect rats’- Here’s who Malema believes is to blame for parliament blaze

Malema has weighed in on the parliament fire and defended alleged arsonist Zandile Mafe.

2022-01-26 10:00:00 AM

Malema has weighed in on the parliament fire and defended alleged arsonist Zandile Mafe.

Malema has weighed in on the parliament fire and defended alleged arsonist Zandile Mafe.

26 January 2022 - 08:00EFF leader Julius Malema believes rats living inside the parliamentary precinct ate electrical wires and that caused the spark that started the fire earlier this month.Image:ALON SKUY/THE TIMESEFF leader Julius Malema has come up with a theory about what may have caused the fire that gutted parts of the National Assembly building in Cape Town.

Addressing the mediain Johannesburg on Tuesday, Malema shared his belief that negligence led to the blaze that ripped through the building earlier this month.He said he believes rats that inhabit the parliamentary precinct ate electrical wires and that caused the spark.

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Reporter 26 January 2022 - 08:00 EFF leader Julius Malema believes rats living inside the parliamentary precinct ate electrical wires and that caused the spark that started the fire earlier this month. Image: ALON SKUY/THE TIMES EFF leader Julius Malema has come up with a theory about what may have caused the fire that gutted parts of the National Assembly building in Cape Town. Addressing the media in Johannesburg on Tuesday, Malema shared his belief that negligence led to the blaze that ripped through the building earlier this month. He said he believes rats that inhabit the parliamentary precinct ate electrical wires and that caused the spark. “The [building] burnt from the roof and that’s where you have a lot of wires,” said Malema. “I suspect rats went to eat the wires and these wires came into contact and caused a spark, but because they don’t want to take responsibility they go to a homeless man. “If that is the case, someone in parliament must take responsibility because what are rats doing there? The place must be fumigated from time to time.”