Vodacom 'Please Call Me' trial heads back to Supreme Court of Appeal

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The legal battle between mobile communications giant Vodacom and 'Please Call Me' inventor Nkosana Makate is again headed for the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein.

The legal battle between mobile communications giants Vodacom and “Please Call Me” inventor Nkosana Makate is again headed for the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein.

Judge Wendy Hughes stated in her seven-page judgment she was persuaded that “a compelling reason exists to grant leave to appeal”.

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Vodacom is litigating in bad faith, But the matter will reach finality soon, because after SCA for sure vodacom will want to go to Concourt, which will be the end of the road for them.They can't hide behind resources forever.

Vodacom must just pay Nkosana his money

All the best mhlekazi!!

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