BoycottSABC TV

2016-07-21 06:00

UNLESS the SABC can bring Hlaudi Motsoeneng in line, I suggest all viewers and advertisers agree to boycott watching SABC TV, and that companies move their advertising expenditure to and DStv.

I will go as far as making an effort not to buy any product that is advertised on SABC channels, as these are being used illegally­ to keep President Jacob Zuma’s ANC in power by trying to mislead voters in South Africa.

Motsoeneng obviously got his inspiration from Adolf Hitler’s minister of propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, or he is a Flat Earther who thinks that just because we don’t see public protests on TV, everything is running smoothly and Zuma is a popular president.



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