Christians threaten to boycott Woolies

By Andy Rice 20 October 2010

Woolworths has taken a move not to stock any religious magazines, in what the retailer says is a business decision. However, chief executive Simon Susman also told Beeld that it was against Woolworths' policy to stock any religious or political magazines. Previously the store sold Christian-themed magazines such as Lig, Juig, Joy and Lééf. Several magazine readers are threatening to boycott the store until it changes its stance.  Read more: News24

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