South Africa “Deportee” Joshua Maponga Attacks Zimbabwean Billionaire Strive Masiyiwa

south africa deportee joshua maponga attacks zimbabwean billionaire strive masiyiwa

South Africa “Deportee” Joshua Maponga Attacks Zimbabwean Billionaire Strive Masiyiwa

Renowned public speaker, author, philosopher, leader, musician and social entrepreneur, Joshua Maponga has advised United Kingdom-based billionaire, Strive Masiyiwa to sell off  Econet Wireless to a younger mind.

This comes in light of frequent poor network service from the telecommunications company which is evidenced by complaints that flood social media on a daily basis.

Maponga – who was reportedly deported from the neighboring South Africa last year – made the remarks while addressing his flock on social media.

How embarrassing that I have your SIM card but I don’t have the services that go with it? What’s the problem? Don’t you have money? Don’t have a network? Do you have a roll out strategy from the time you started running Econet? What did you think you were going to do in the next four, five, ten, fifteen years? Or your Econet has just become a big black cow that is eating grass in Africa and you’re busy milking it in Europe there.

It disturbs me to see people walking in the dark to go and make a phone call next to a fallen tree or anthill. Some have to climb kopjes and hills to get a signal yet you are there with the Rockefellers

You are embarrassing us as a country that gave birth to you. People are giving you money every month but you’re treating us like trash. Respect the people. If you don’t need the business and have made enough money give the business away to some younger brains 

Meanwhile, Masiyiwa’s company, Liquid Intelligent Technologies which is a business unit of Cassava Technologies, acquired Telrad, an Israeli-based technology firm.

Strive Masiyiwa paid 207 million Israeli shekels – which is equivalent to US$60 million – to acquire the technology company. Liquid Intelligent Technologies announced the finalisation of its 100% acquisition last Wednesday. After the acquisition, Telrad delisted from Israel’s main stock exchange, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

Telrad has a significant presence in 13 countries across the Middle East, South America, the United States, Eastern Europe, and Asia.

South Africa “Deportee” Joshua Maponga Attacks Zimbabwean Billionaire Strive Masiyiwa

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