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Where have I heard this before?
^^ Between the lawyers and him living the high life for years by bumming so much loots off his 'backers' with promises of 10x'ing their millions loaned to him over the years he probably owes hundreds of millions to various cadres at this point Something something counting chickens somethingHe cannot accept R47m as his legal fees are much higher than this.
Makate should have taken "Please call me" concept to Saudi government and joined some organization like Johan Steyn did from Denel. Then, he would be the darling of the mybb elites because he did nothing wrong.
By 2071 @BuckRogers, Steve Austin and Sam Casey will still have not read anything relating to the constitutional court ruling of the Makate vs Vodacom court case. They will still not understand that it is vodacom who are responsible for this mess.
^^ Between the lawyers and him living the high life for years by bumming so much loots off his 'backers' with promises of 10x'ing their millions loaned to him over the years he probably owes hundreds of millions to various cadres at this point Something something counting chickens something
He still isn't entitled to ****
The R47m wasn't an offer of goodwill or handout from Vodacom, they were actually compelled by the court to compensate him, based on his arguments in court, whether you think he is entitled to the payment or not is irrelevant don't you think?He still isn't entitled to ****
Getting an offer of a handout doesn't really make his argument any more valid,and you know that. They bowed to mob-pressure. So congrats I guess? Democracy at work and all
First of all, PCM was not his idea, MTN initiated it.
Second, I cannot understand how you can claim the profits of an implementation while being a salaried employee of that company. It is the intellectual property of the company as you produced it for them while being paid for the service. Maybe Vodacom can claim all his salaries and interest back as he seems to have spent his time on things other than what he was employed for.