Why Vodacom met with the EFF

LCBXX

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Not surprised that Vodacom met with them.

South African businesses have some the tiniest testicles and will simply find ways to continue existing whilst making a profit. Most went along with Apartheid and should this current socialist rhetoric turn into full-blown communism, they will supply the Politicians with whatever they need as long as they can continue turnover. This dream of a tax revolt will never happen.

It should not have been this complicated: Vodacom should've laid criminal charges against the EFF and let the law run its course.
 

ekske1

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South African businesses have some the tiniest testicles and will simply find ways to continue existing whilst making a profit.
you mean to say they did what most of south africa would do. Comply, move around, make another plan; but godforbid actual action to be taken.
 

Bernie

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Reminds of the time FNB had to cancel their anti crime campaign after meeting with the government. Clearly in this case Vodacom thinks EFF is government in waiting. What do they know that we don't. Or maybe they got some business out of this from the EFF.
 

Chuckmyster

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i suppose blackwash just doesnt sound right anyways, blackmail, black sheep, black outs, Come to think of it I cant think of a single nice word :unsure:
 

Fulcrum29

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Not surprised that Vodacom met with them.

South African businesses have some the tiniest testicles and will simply find ways to continue existing whilst making a profit. Most went along with Apartheid and should this current socialist rhetoric turn into full-blown communism, they will supply the Politicians with whatever they need as long as they can continue turnover. This dream of a tax revolt will never happen.

It should not have been this complicated: Vodacom should've laid criminal charges against the EFF and let the law run its course.
As much as people dislike Naspers (and Multichoice) they and the 'Stellenbosch Mafia' types have always pursued recourse through proper conduct. From experience, many don't like this as they aren't 'progressive' enough for the future of South Africa.
 

lordnokon

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So in other words, they are just dropping the case... Bending the knee for a bunch of illiterate fools... WOW
 

entrepr

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It's ironic that they respond to 'abusers of democracy' label by abusing democracy

At no stage do they condemn thuggery and vandalism
 

MightyQuin

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They should block all eff subscribers and take them off their network. Then you will see how everyone who hates the eff will flock to vodacom. Eff has 10% voters, d.a and anc is more than enough to be the biggest network. Again, **** you vodacom, eff suporter club. Little girls that cant fight the good fight. Pathetic management. Grow a backbone. # boycott vodacom
Of course...since it is required to state party affiliation when taking out a cell phone contract or load pre-paid on a sim.

Don't be stupid...
 

LCBXX

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A 6% party of thugs manages to get an audience with the two largest mobile telco's in the country. Fascinating.
 

Veldtofork

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more and more I think the EFF is like the SA from the NAZIS time. @eg2505

Ditto that!! The worst part is they don't even realize it.

"There is nothing more dangerous than an intelligent fool" - Albert Einstein - 1992
 
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