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