Meanwhile, Kagiso Media, the company which owns Jacaranda FM, congratulated Morake for “expressing a legitimate point of view on the impact and result of apartheid”.
“[Morake had] the willingness to engage and listen to contrary views. She does this despite criticism, intimidation and threats from some parties in our society,” CEO Mark Harris said in a statement.
— KagisoMedia (@Kagiso_Media) September 21, 2017
He said strong leadership was required to build a united South Africa.
“There are few leaders who are not tainted by political agendas, but with a free media, we have the opportunity to remove the barriers that prevent us from building a harmonious non-racial society,” Harris said.
— Jacaranda FM (@jacarandafm) September 21, 2017