#DearSABC, tweeps have some things to get off their chest

South Africans on Twitter have a lot of thoughts on the SABC and how it can do better.

Tweeps shared their advice on some ways the public broadcaster can improve, amid an inquiry into the SABC board's fitness to do its work.

On Monday, courts also ruled that Hlaudi Motsoeneng, SABC's group executive of corporate affairs, must be removed from his position.

From advertising to programming and other content issues, tweeps held nothing back.

Here's around up of some of Twitter's suggestions:


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