EFF apologises to journalists Thandeka Gqubule, Anton Harber

EFF apologises to journalists Thandeka Gqubule, Anton Harber

25.1.2020

EFF apologises to journalists Thandeka Gqubule, Anton Harber

The EFF has apologised and retracted allegations made against veteran journalists Thandeka Gqubule and Anton Harber.

It had claimed the two worked for apartheid propoganda unit, Stratcom. The reporters denied the allegations. The High Court ordered the EFF to apologise to the pair and for the party's spokesperson to pay the journalists fourty-thousand rand each in damages. The South African National Editor's Forum is welcoming the ruling. Source Read more: eNCA

This guy has a fake degree bought with VBS money. How’s the boycott of the EFF going? Nywe nywe stratcom, apartheid spies....where’s the Commander In Gossip 🤣🤣 You are now reporting on EFF? Bloody white privilege Have you paid Trevor Manuel Honourable. You don't get such apologies from a lot. Now, let them follow it up by paying the R40k apiece to the journos. Well done Comrades.

NEWSFLASH: EFF, Ndlozi have twenty-four hours to pay damages to journalistsJournalists Thandeka Gqubule-Mbeki and Anton Harber have won their defamation suit against the EFF and its spokesperson, Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, who claimed that the two worked for the apartheid government’s Strategic Communications agency (Stratcom). No problem.VBS will pay. Juju can pay for him, the illegal cigarette smuggler can cover these costs

EFF must apologise to two journalists and pay them R40,000 each plus legal costsThe high court in Johannesburg on Friday ordered that the EFF must apologise to SABC journalist Thandeka Gqubule and the Weekly Mail’s founder, Anton Harber Congratulations, you now have somthing New to write about EFF for you 20 readers. Mnxmmmmm. The apology was done at 3am already.😂 Who will repair the social damage of false prophets?

EFF must apologise to two journalists and pay them R40,000 each plus legal costsThe high court in Johannesburg on Friday ordered that the EFF must apologise to SABC journalist Thandeka Gqubule and the Weekly Mail’s founder, Anton Harber Congratulations, you now have somthing New to write about EFF for you 20 readers. Mnxmmmmm. The apology was done at 3am already.😂 Who will repair the social damage of false prophets?

NEWSFLASH: EFF, Ndlozi have twenty-four hours to pay damages to journalistsJournalists Thandeka Gqubule-Mbeki and Anton Harber have won their defamation suit against the EFF and its spokesperson, Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, who claimed that the two worked for the apartheid government’s Strategic Communications agency (Stratcom). No problem.VBS will pay. Juju can pay for him, the illegal cigarette smuggler can cover these costs

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