South Africa reacts as Motsoeneng unveils the African Content Movement

South Africa reacts as Motsoeneng unveils the African Content Movement

Reactions are pouring in from across the country after the announcement of Hlaudi Motsoeneng's new party, the African Content Movement

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The man most notably known for his demand for 90% local content on national broadcasters has been making headlines after he revealed his newest ambition: running for president.

Hlaudi had shown SA that, if nothing else, he is a man of his word. Unveiling his new political party the African Content Movement.

Notorious for referring to himself in the third person, Hlaudi has become something of a media sensation with antics that amuse, although its not quite clear if its deliberate or not.

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This newest venture has the spotlight trained on Hlaudi, which is surely where Hlaudi likes to be. Already there are parody accounts popping up on Twitter with one cheeky local dubbing himself 'Honorable Hlaudi'.

Other people have been posting about the announcement and it is honestly difficult to tell if they are joking or accurately quoting Hlaudi, who loves making outlandish comments.

This quote from a senior political reporter who had been covering the announcement is a prime example of the strange comments this eccentric man makes.

This South African says that Hlaudi has her support to go into Parliament and do what he does best: Entertain.

The 2019 elections were already set to be a nail bitter but this newest political movement will definitely make things a lot more Hlaudi.

READ ALSO: Motsoeneng announces his new political party, the African Content Movement

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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