Not so per­fect af­ter all

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Should Our Per­fect Wed­ding be canned?

The show should be canned. What were the pro­duc­ers think­ing by air­ing the episode? Hats off to Absa and Vo­da­com for pulling their spon­sor­ships. O ur Per­fect Wed­ding should not be canned. I like it. It was un­for­tu­nate to broad­cast that episode. Y es, let Our Per­fect Wed­ding be canned to clean up their rep­u­ta­tion, and for Fanie Mkhwanazi to come for­ward and apol­o­gise to the na­tion for brag­ging about how he had un­der­age sex.

– H Kukama, Mpumalanga

– Mumsy Ndlovu

– Masego Mokotedi, North West

Idon’t think it should be canned. One episode can’t tar­nish the whole show. The pro­duc­tion com­pany needs to en­sure that such a mis­take does not hap­pen again. It was care­less to al­low such an episode to be aired.

It should be canned, if only be­cause some con­tes­tants come on the show to boast about money, like the R32 000 spent on shoes. What mes­sage are they send­ing? It’s not about love; it’s about show­ing off.

Y– Sizi, Mpumalanga

ou don’t need to can the show, but the pro­ducer must be fired and charged with pro­mot­ing the sex­ual ex­ploita­tion of chil­dren. Fanie Mkhwanazi must be charged with statu­tory rape.

– Fiona, Lim­popo

– Ntzana Md­luli

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