Woolies forced to repent
Woolworths returned all Christian magazines to its stores after an outcry from outraged Christian customers, who threatened to boycott the group.
This came after Christian lobbyist Errol Naidoo sent one e-mail to "thousands of Christians across the country", giving out the e-mail address of Woolworths CEO Simon Susman.
The result was that Susman's inbox was flooded with complaints.
Editors of three Afrikaans Christian magazines Lig, Juig, Leef and an English Christian magazine, Joy, were notified of the decision to pull their magazines from the store's shelves recently.
Woolworths spokesman Julian Novak said that "some faith-based titles were removed from our shelves due to poor sales".
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