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Malema warns SABC's Motsoeneng: Stop protecting Zuma

30 Apr 2014 05:48
NEWSWATCH: EFF leader Julius Malema has told SABC acting COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng to change his ways or risk being thrown out 'like a used condom' by Zuma, reports Mail & Guardian. (video)
Julius Malema on SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng: "You could be thrown out 'like a used a condom' by Zuma". (Image extracted from the EFF website)
For more:
  • Mail & Guardian: Malema warns SABC's Hlaudi against 'protecting Zuma'... During the EFF's protest yesterday at the SABC (the protest was prompted by the national broadcaster's rejection of the party's TV election ad), EFF leader Julius Malema warned the SABC's acting chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng that if he did not change his ways, and stop protecting Jacob Zuma, the latter would not hesitate to throw him (Motsoeneng) out "like a used condom" once his usefulness had ended, according to the Mail & Guardian report.

    The EFF advert

    According to Mail & Guardian, "the SABC claims the advert, which includes the slogan 'destroy e-tolls physically', incites violence. The Independent Communications Authority of South African agreed with the SABC's decision when the EFF challenged the decision".

    Hence yesterday's protest.
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Narian Chengiah Naidoo
Hi Julius, Jacob got Bols, give him a Bells.
Posted on 6 May 2014 13:59