The ANC in Parliament remains mum over whether Deputy President David Mabuza’s time during the oral questions should be limited.
The EFF is reported to have asked Parliament to reduce the time allocated to Mabuza during oral questions session.
However, Mabuza’s party, the ANC, is yet to formally communicate whether it will support such motion.
The EFF argues that Mabuza fails to answer questions adequately in both houses and as such he wastes Parliament’s time.
The Deputy President has struggled to answer questions in the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces.
Mabuza, who is the head of the government’s business by virtue of his position, failed to name the last three revolutions when quizzed by EFF’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi in the National Assembly last month.
Opposition parties such as the Democratic Alliance and the EFF have previously maintained that Mabuza is not fit to be the Deputy President.
Mabuza is expected to return back to Parliament next year, as lawmakers will be going on recess.