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Scaramouche SC May 19
We as black people in this country will NEVER achieve anything as a people until we learn the true meaning of black Solidarity. The success of 1 Black person must be celebrated as the success of us all. The adversity of 1 Black person is adversity of us all
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The Hlomu Series 26 Apr 16
Nkosana and his wife Rebecca. She was the inspiration behind idea.
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I'm a Makhathini Jan 30
Black ppl are the ones slandering for the amount he's said to be demanding for his invention. That's how damaged we've become. Ppl don't even think one of their own is worth that much. Some even talk of Motsepe who's never invented anything
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eNCA Jan 31
The movement has vowed to keep up the pressure on , to pay Nkosana R70-billion for his invention. Courtesy
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The Hlomu Series 26 Apr 16
Wins!!!
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Marshall Zhanje Jan 30
Whoever is advising is stupid R49million is a lot of money yong.
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The Agenda Jan 30
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Swati Queen👑⭕🇿🇦 Jan 31
And is still not paid do the right thing
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Unathi Kwaza 26 Apr 16
Unethical must pay back the money.
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Ane brakheid Jan 30
If doesn't do right by ,i won't mind the tedious procesd
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Nelisa Ngqulana 26 Apr 16
That time has to pay for ... Kr kr kr
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🇿🇦🐻tsh3piso🐻🇿🇦 Jan 31
A win for is a win for all black South Africans ✊
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The Hlomu Series 26 Apr 16
Vodacom ordered to start negotiations with about payment for his invention of
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Thabiso Mnisi Jan 31
Replying to @Lesufi
MTN SA claims to be the inventor of Please Call Me, and as well claims to be the inventor in this debacle. This is corporate espionage in advocating for Makate to get R70 Billion, they cannot afford it and Please Call Me was not patented by him. Please justify R70B
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Yem - Yem 27 Apr 16
When Nkosana took on Vodacom 16 years ago, he was given no chance in hell.. Believe & faith..
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Xolani Sikade Jan 31
Real activists and who want to see pay by r at Midrand.
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#RIPThamiShobede Lucky “Tlhogi” Ntlhokoe 🇿🇦 Jan 31
As a nation, South Africa we should support by boycotting by cancelling our contracts with them and migrating to other service providers until they pay him.
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Sia 26 Apr 16
Let's also take moment to congratulate 'me for keeping 's story in the papers...when others sought to disregard it.
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Mzwanele Manyi 26 Apr 16
Vodacom owes the Nation a Public Apology.
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PhoraneT Jan 30
Replying to @TboozeSA
It's ur choice bro. We gotta respect all views. I hope u never find urself in the same situation s
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