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It’s pretty fashionable to launch your own political party in South Africa nowadays. The latest public figure to do just that is former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Today, the African Content Movement (ACM) lurched into being just a few days after former Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille launched her new party, called GOOD.
A swathe of users were defiantly “nope”.
While some remembered Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, and how that turned out.
Motsoeneng’s “confidence” was also, uh, respected.
You have to admire if anything the confidence that #HlaudiMotsoeneng has, this guy genuinely believes he’s a Godsend for everything he touches.. the level of his delusion of grandeur is unparalleled.. im in awe, im in admiration, straight.. #Hlaudi pic.twitter.com/VMTG4dmmN6— curious conscious (@curiosity_101) 13 December 2018
While some thought the ACM was a church, not a political party.
And then there was this tweet:
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