It is not an exaggeration to say that on social media there's great deal of freedom, especially on Twitter. As matter of fact, nothing is censored on Twitter. In recent years, most people have resorted social media platforms to dissect and or debate about serious issues that are concern the downtrodden people. And we have also seen well known personalities using the freedom of social media to advocate for social justice.
It has become somewhat difficult majority of people to imagine a world without social media. And the reasons for that, is because most of the things that happen on social media platforms rarely get broadcasted: and as pointed out that above; on social media, nothing is censored!
Throughout the ages, masses of people have been launching struggle after struggle so that they can have what is generally called a freedom of speech. And this explains why South Africa during the struggle emphasized that a freedom of speech should be granted to all citizens, despite their social standing. And it must be remembered that South Africa opted to become a democratic state, post apartheid.
One of the reasons why people want democratically run state, is because people know that under democratic state people have what is generally called human rights.
And one gentleman who used social media freedom is well known South African top politician: he needs no introduction because he is widely known across the country.
He used social media platform to tweet the following:
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