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Many have fallen on the social media sword lately. None more so than former Standard Bank economist Chris Hart but where does one draw the line? Business tycoon Johann Rupert went on record calling for President Jacob Zuma’s resignation for the sake of the country’s children.

Former Sunday Times rcolumnist Pinky Khoabane, now an employee at The New Age and the country’s resident ‘Zupta Ace’ took to Twitter and attacked Rupert.

While a robust debate is always encouraged, surely ‘so called liberals F*****g whites for their existence’ tweets fall deeper than Hart’s comments? Or are companies showing their true colours on how they react to employee frustrations? We’ll leave that to the Gupta run media house to decide.

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