He’s up to his old tricks once more. Hlaudi Motsoeneng is giving it the business, outlining his plans to to lead South Africa in 2019.
The man who speaks exclusively in third person, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, has confirmed he will be launching a bid for the presidency of South Africa ahead of the 2019 elections.
As EWN report, the former SABC chief was in court to argue why he should be paid his full pension from the company, despite leaving them in a dire position. The less said about his “90% local” rule, the better.
Vote Hlaudi? Motsoeneng to stand for office in 2019
He went to war with the beleaguered broadcaster, who are facing large-scale retrenchments in the face of spiralling debts. But it was outside of the courtroom where Motsoeneng made his big song and dance.
The former COO took to a hastily-arranged stage to address a crowd, which was far from populous. He then decided the time was right to announce he will be running for president next year:
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“South Africa needs Hlaudi for change. I’m the only person who made decisions in the interest of empowerment. For the first time in South Africa, all political parties colluded to remove Hlaudi.”
“My only ‘corruption’ was to implement change. I’m going to run and lead South Africa as president. Don’t listen to politicians: The only person you should listen to – and the only person who will deliver – is Hlaudi.”
Hlaudi Motsoeneng doesn’t care for “qualifications”
We make the three times in a minute he referred to himself by name. Motsoeneng didn’t give any details on which party he was going to run for, or who he would be representing. There’s every chance he will stand as an independent candidate.
Motsoeneng also rallied against the current discourse about politicians and qualifications. Famously, Hlaudi bagged a top job at SABC despite being under-qualified for the role. It seems Motsoeneng is “Team John Steenhuisen” on this one, saying that people “must not listen” to those who talk about the importance of a degree.
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