Mbuyiseni Ndlozi (born 1985) is a South African politician. He is the youngest member of the Economic Freedom Fighters in Parliament and

Political career

In joining the Fifth Parliament as a new MP, he said: “I am looking forward to making sure that strict accountability is revived on the executive, that Parliament returns to the people – that the people follow Parliament’s developments and that as MPs we represent the citizens and their interests well. I hope in the next five years, to expose that the ruling party has no ideological framework to take South Africa beyond the political freedoms it won and that instead, under pressure from opposition, it will start to undermine these freedoms. Above all, I want to show that an agenda, based only on seven cardinal pillars of the EFF, can take South Africa to economic freedom and sustainable development.”

His life has been spent fighting for the ideals and values his mother instilled in him from a very young age. This was borne out of the experience of passion and sorrow during his formative years.

He became to be actively engaged in politics, as an activist during his years as a student at Wits. Like Economic Freedom Fighters commander-in-chief, Julius Malema, and deputy president, Floyd Shivambu, he is also a former member of the ANCYL.

Ndlozi, Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu, along with the rest of the Economic Freedom Fighters parliamentary members, were forcefully thrown out of parliamentary for disrespecting president Jacob Zuma during his State of The Nation Address in 2015 and 2016. They have subsequently, at other sittings of the House, been removed from the National Assembly by the Parliamentary Protection services. The EFF’s recent removal from the National Assembly relates to the South African Constitutional Court finding that President Jacob Zuma had failed to respect and uphold the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. In the sitting of the National Assembly, at which President Jacob Zuma had come to answer questions from Members of Parliament, from which the EFF were ejected; the premise of the disruption by the EFF had been the ineligibility of President Jacob Zuma to address the National Assembly: as the EFF believed the judgement by the Constitutional Court of South Africa had illustrated the flouting of the oath of office which give the President his authority of office and therefore; standing in the National Assembly.

His good looks have led him to being affectionately known as ‘the People’s Bae’. He is also a good singer, often seen at EFF rallies electrifying the crowds.