Hlaudi Motsoeneng aims to become president of South Africa

Hlaudi Motsoeneng aims to become president of South Africa

- Disgraced SABC CEO plans to run the country one day

- He is dissatisfied with the current crop of leaders at the helm of the country

- He also threw his weight behind the Zulu king and promised his support

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Former SABC CEO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has bold ambitions and his recent setback of being removed as the SABC boss has not stopped him from dreaming big.

He plans to become the president of the Republic of South Africa. He announced his plans to run for the highest office during the 70th birthday of King Goodwill Zwelithini and siad that his decision was informed by the lackluster leaders South Africa currently has.

He promised that when he became president people would see real change in their lives. He accused the current leaders of "just playing games".

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Briefly.co.za learned that he particularly singled out members of parliament without naming any specific person. He bemoaned the fact that the country allowed parliament to remove Jacob Zuma from power according to the sowetanlive.co.za.

Motsoeneng praised King Zwelithini and promised to support the Zulu king in an apparent reference to the ongoing debate over the Ingonyana Trust and land reform.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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