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Fans March In The Rain Outside SABC For Robert Marawa To Be Reinstated

While just a small group of South African football enthusiasts — largely well-known SA superfans braved the rain to march to the SABC offices in Auckland Park on Saturday to demand the restoration of Robert Marawa as a talk-show host, they believed their message was heard. Mzwakhe Mbuli, the "People's Poet," was joined by 15 to 20 football supporters on the march he organized in favor of Marawa.

Thulani Ngcobo, a Kaizer Chiefs supporter, believes rain-soaked circumstances may have kept more members of the public who intended to go away. However, he stated that the message sent by the superfans was greater than the number of people in attendance. "Despite the unfavorable weather, it went well." "The handful that came were delighted to convey the message that we need Robert Marawa back," Ngcobo added. "We're not too disappointed since the goal was to get the message out, whether 1,000 people showed up or ten. The superfans also symbolize the larger fan base." Botha [Msila] traveled from Bloemfontein to be a part of the message."

Msila (Bloemfontein Celtic), Siza Bukhali (Jomo Cosmos), Mandla "Spikiri" Mkhwanazi (Swallows), Charles "Moholo Chillies" Nchabeleng (Mamelodi Sundowns), and Masilo Machaka (Mamelodi Sundowns) were among the marchers (Kaizer Chiefs). Joy "Mama Joy" Chauke, who shifted her allegiance from the Orlando Pirates to Royal AM this week, was also present.

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