Al­ter­na­tive braai fes­ti­val in the works

Sunday Express - - XPRESS PEOPLE -

sess­ment on how the event may af­fect ours, we do not believe it is real but rather a plot to con­fuse peo­ple and stop them from at­tend­ing ours,” Pule said.

“We do not believe it is real be­cause there is no one who has been iden­ti­fied as the or­gan­iser.

“How­ever, we al­ready have a sus­pi­cion as to who is be­hind the pro­pa­ganda as there is this one per­son who has been cir­cu­lat­ing news on Face­book that our event will not go ahead since the com­mu­nity is against it.

“We wish to make it clear to peo­ple that our event is still on and it will be on 25 Novem­ber and not on any other date. We will do every­thing in our power to en­sure that our event suc­ceeds.”

Pule also said there were some peo­ple who had a ten­dency of copy­ing other peo­ple’s busi­ness mod­els, adding, the ‘ pur­ported’ event was aimed at turn­ing theirs into a flop.

Xpress Peo­ple sent a mes­sage to the 120 BBQ Braai Fest Face­book Page seek­ing com­ment but there was no re­sponse.

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