After consumers had boycotted the Spur restaurant group, which resulted in several branches closing their doors after their racist behaviour, the same consumers threatened with two more boycotts.
Readers of the Afrikaans Family Magazine, Huisgenoot, are highly shocked at the magazine’s extremely positive report about the soon to be third child of white and Afrikaner hater Julius Malema . Malema is notorious for singing songs such as “Shoot the Farmer” and the like, and readers believe he deserves no place in an Afrikaans magazine, especially because it is so positively presented.
The second that goes through is the SABC’s radio service who decided not to broadcast any rugby matches on Saturdays. This includes the Afrikaans radio service, RSG. RSG will apparently go ahead to broadcast football, which is exclusively a black sport for which Afrikaans speakers have little or no interest. Listeners feel that soccer is being pushed in their throats, and therefore they no longer listen to RSG. This may affect the revenue of the radio service, as advertisers will advertise less or less if listening rates decrease. The already bankrupt SABC can not afford it, but the political agenda of management is beyond the economic reality and wishes of listeners.
The original article can be found in Afrikaans on Die Vryburger