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Members of the public have reacted with outrage to the pictures that the Basic Education Department Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga posted on his Twitter page in an apparent bid to promote reading.

Mhlanga posted a series of pictures of semi-naked women as part of the department’s Read to Lead campaign.

The highly inappropriate Tweets below objectify women. @ElijahMhlanga, right thing to do is delete & unequivocally apologise. Reading we should all do:
The Will to Change: Men Masculinity & Love(Hooks) We Should All Be Feminists(Adichie) Sister Outsider(Lorde)@DBE_SA #ReadToLead pic.twitter.com/SAKNJdYqBh

— Equal Education (@equal_education) August 13, 2019

Minister Angie Motshekga has distanced the department from the pictures, saying she has ordered that appropriate action be taken.

Members of the public say women deserve to be respected.

Watch the video below for more:

Mhlanga has since apologised.

However, the Department of Women and Gender Equality Commission says it’s concerned that a government spokesperson can resort to posting pictures of naked women to promote a reading campaign.

Commission Chairperson Tamara Mathebula says they will not take the matter lying down.

The post Outrage over controversial Read to Lead campaign tweets appeared first on SABC News – Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa’s news leader..

Members of the public have reacted with outrage to the pictures that the Basic Education Department Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga posted on his Twitter page in an apparent bid to promote reading.

Mhlanga posted a series of pictures of semi-naked women as part of the department’s Read to Lead campaign.

The highly inappropriate Tweets below objectify women. @ElijahMhlanga, right thing to do is delete & unequivocally apologise. Reading we should all do:
The Will to Change: Men Masculinity & Love(Hooks) We Should All Be Feminists(Adichie) Sister Outsider(Lorde)@DBE_SA #ReadToLead pic.twitter.com/SAKNJdYqBh

— Equal Education (@equal_education) August 13, 2019

Minister Angie Motshekga has distanced the department from the pictures, saying she has ordered that appropriate action be taken.

Members of the public say women deserve to be respected.

Watch the video below for more:

Mhlanga has since apologised.

However, the Department of Women and Gender Equality Commission says it’s concerned that a government spokesperson can resort to posting pictures of naked women to promote a reading campaign.

Commission Chairperson Tamara Mathebula says they will not take the matter lying down.

The post Outrage over controversial Read to Lead campaign tweets appeared first on SABC News – Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa’s news leader..

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