In the midst of the recent firing of Moja Love’s head of channel, Bokani Moyo, presenter Refilwe Modiselle has come forward to shed light on the terrible treatment she endured under his leadership.
This adds to the growing list of scandals that the channel has faced in the past year, including sexual assault charges against presenter Jub Jub and murder charges against Xolani Khumalo.
Moja Love has been heavily criticized for its handling of these affairs, and Moyo’s dismissal has been met with mixed reactions. However, one person who was undoubtedly pleased by the news was Refilwe Modiselle. The actress and presenter took to her social media page to express her relief, stating, “I’m glad karma never forgets what one did even years later.”
It’s clear that Modiselle’s experience was not an isolated incident, as many others have voiced their dissatisfaction with Moyo’s leadership. With the channel now under new management, the question arises: will things improve?
While it remains to be seen whether Moja Love can turn things around, the recent changes in leadership offer a glimmer of hope. The channel has the opportunity to learn from its past mistakes and prioritize the well-being of its presenters and the quality of its shows.
As viewers, we can only hope that Moja Love takes this opportunity to rebuild its reputation and create a safe and supportive environment for its talent. Only time will tell if the channel can rise above its troubled past and deliver the engaging content that its audience deserves.
In the meantime, we can applaud Refilwe Modiselle for speaking out and shedding light on the mistreatment she and others endured. It takes courage to stand up against injustice, and her voice adds to the growing chorus of those demanding change within the entertainment industry.
Let’s hope that Moja Love’s new leadership is up to the task of steering the channel in a positive direction, leaving behind the scandals and controversies that have plagued it in recent times.