Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has taken to Twitter to pose a question about Pravin. And there is some indication that Hlaudi Motsoeneng's tweet, to some considerable extent, has somewhat managed to grab the attention of many South African people who are on Twitter. As one would expect, people were rather quick to react to Hlaudi Motsoeneng's tweet.
On his official Twitter account, Hlaudi Motsoeneng posed the following question "What is Pravin Job?". After posing that question, Former SABC COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng then stated the following " He is not fixing loadshedding or even campaigning".
Herein is the screenshot of the tweet:
It must be remembered that South Africa has been experiencing a nationwide loadshedding, in recent days. And by now almost everyone is well aware of the fact that loadshedding has major unintended consequences for the country. Modern day economies depends solely on the availability of uninterrupted power supply. And when there is a loadshedding; some businesses cannot operate, because their businesses needs power.
Hlaud Motsoeneng has talked about campaigning. It must beared in mind that South African people will be heading to the polls on 1 November. And as such, the political campaigns have aleady started. Many political parties that are in existence in South Africa have already launched their manifestos. And at this point in time, many political parties are eagerly waiting for South African people to cast their votes. It remains to be seen which political party will most likely win.
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