Controversial Pastor Mboro is on a mission to get an episode of his Sunday show broadcast after Soweto TV allegedly opted not air it due to its sexually explicit content.
Mboro claims that he endeavoured to help a Joburg couple rekindle their bedroom romance last month, by praying for them and encouraging them to touch each other.
The pastor, whose real name is Paseka Motsoeneng, says that when he returned to check up on the couple they were engaged in sexual activities at their Zonke, Ekurhuleni home.
Mboro believes the episode should still be aired because the sex scene can be blurred.
"My only concern is that I want the testimony to be aired. I told the camera crew to blur out the couple having sex but it is important that they (the couple) have the right to share their testimony," the Incredible Happenings Ministries leader explained to TshisaLive.
"I don't understand why the episode was cancelled but we are talking to the station because we want it to be on TV."
According Sunday World, Mboro and his congregation are staging a protest outside the studio in hopes of getting the episode aired.
The studio's community liaison manager, Jonathan Ramotsei, declined to comment on the matter but did say the series will continue to air as the concern was specific to the one episode.