Public broadcaster South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has been on the firing line for most of the year.
When they launched a drastic increase in its local television content, for moving ‘Generations’ to SABC 3 during sporting fixtures and most recently the executives in question who walked out of the parliamentary inquiry.
Twitter has since been having fun on social media since the hashtag trended. Under the hashtag, #DearSABC tweets have drawn all kinds of funny memes and threw shade at SABC’s COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng for allegedly not having matric qualification.
Here is what they thought SABC should do to better itself:
— TweetGuru (@JustKholii_) December 14, 2016
#DearSABC please show the Marikana massacre documentary to our people who cannot afford DSTV .
— Keaobaka. (@Keobaka_M) December 14, 2016
#DearSABC please change the time slot of Skeem Saam to 8pm while u working on bringing the old generations
— Hope Kholofelo (@BaloyiKholo) December 14, 2016
— MR SEKHOBELA (@CallMeSello) December 14, 2016
A tv show called “Malume Please”. We go around the country, find problematic malumes and hang out with them pic.twitter.com/G7vqacEGlg
— Malume Please (@Adverttown) October 25, 2016
Bruuuuh ????? https://t.co/4qAKa34Pea
— Keamogetse Molefe (@Kiyax88) December 14, 2016
— IG: SweetLaShort (@SweetLaShort) December 15, 2016