Gareth Cliff In Hot Water After Interview With Pandemic-Denying Conspiracy Theorist [Video]

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05 November 2020, 2oceansvibe News, Carrie

Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) submitted a complaint to the BCCSA after the show aired, citing the following reasons:

“MMA submits that the broadcast was harmful for at least three key reasons: (i) first, the broadcast intentionally disseminated disinformation based on facts that were untrue; (ii) second, the broadcast promoted unlawful conduct that was in violation of the regulations issued under the Disaster Management Act; and (iii) third, by denying the existence of Covid-19 and claiming it to be a scam, the consequence of the broadcast may result in people not following appropriate precautionary and health measures in line with the advice of the relevant authorities”.

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