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Kgopolo Mphela Drops A Bomb On A SABC Who Has Been Deceiving Women With Employment Opportunities

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Kgopolo Mphela Drops A Bomb On A SABC Who Has Been Deceiving Women With Employment Opportunities

Kgopolo Mphela has dropped a bomb on a South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) official.

According to the entertainment commentator, this official uses his employment at the broadcaster to lure women to hotels with a promise for opportunities to be on shows.

He used the opportunity to advice all potential victims to be on the look out for such official although he failed to mention his name.

The post he made reads;

“There is a predator at SABC who continues to use his employment at the broadcaster to lure women to hotels with a promise for opportunities to be on shows. 1. He doesn’t have that power or influence 2. Nobody has ever laid a formal complaint that’s why he continues

DO NOT go to an audition or any discussion about work at a hotel or venue you don’t know alone. New Shows … casting is done by production companies not SABC employees. Never go to a private audition alone!”

Kgopolo Mphela Drops A Bomb On A SABC Who Has Been Deceiving Women With Employment Opportunities

The post got people sharing their views and some of the reactions are;

@KhoisanBrussels – Its statements like this that makes me wonder, if you do have an information about what’s happening at the SABC, regarding the ongoing abuse of human rights, why can’t their names be shared publicly. We’re not supposed to turn a blind eye when something is done unprofessionally

@lwandie_S – I think when we come out, we need to come out in FULL. Name and shame the predators, so that they get prosecuted and FIRED from these jobs.

@nandira_zuri – Uyabona wena Phil bakugalele isalt mntase, simane sikuthi fa fa fa ulungile. Usebenzile

@Sboniso39560809 – Ubani lowo….membuleni izinqe ukuze nathi simbone uma sinikwa ithuba ngingathanda ukumbingelela.

Source: www.ghgossip.com

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