Mzansi reacts to ANC's spelling mistake: 'English never loved us'

Mzansi reacts to ANC's spelling mistake: 'English never loved us'

South Africans were left in stitches after a photo was posted on social media which showed an ANC billboard with an error on it.

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Earlier on Tuesday, Briefly.co.za reported about a spelling mistake the ANC made on its billboard in Port Elizabeth.

The photo was originally posted on Twitter by Renaldo Gouws, a Democratic Alliance councillor and YouTube personality.

Instead of writing 'together', the ANC wrote 'togher'.

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Social media users could hardly contain their laughter over the ANC's mishap and they gave their two cents' worth on the spelling error.

Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at some of our readers' reactions to the pic.

Stlouis Heidtmann commented: "Shame he doesn't have a Mac Maharaj like Zuma to fix his spelling for him."
Lungile Ciliza wrote: "R5000,000 is gone for wrong spelling. Do we have another Rasta?"

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Mbongisi Ngubane added: "I'll taiting for those who will say Zuma ate the money for "et" on that spelling error."
Pieter A Visser said: "The problem is TOTAL incompetence and Thievery."
Carl M'chabo commented: "Then we must trust government that even can't spell words correctly."
Razia Shaik wrote: "That's what you get when we have a 30 percent pass rate."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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