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Wednesday the 15th of April 2020

01:57:00 AM

Wowos Covid-19 Club (WCC)

14 April 2020

Dear Shareholders and Wowos Club, 

I hope you are all doing well and safe! 

Below are comments we have received regarding Wowos Club Covid-19 Dashboard: 

Strong recoveries - Very encouraging. This is a good dashboard - Thanks Doc. I guess we are not hoping the infections remain low - to see the lockdown rules relaxed a bit. – Richard Kadiaka

This is great work leadership. Much respect to Dr. Mtshweni👏🏼👏🏼 – Ditaba Moeketsi (Wowos Club President)

Thank you so much Doc. Big ups🙌🏽 – Pumza Mooi

We urge you to interact with the Wowos Covid-19 Dashboard - 

 https://datastudio.google.com/reporting/833c71ce-0fce-48a7-8070-28a2c5da272b/page/7I5LB?s=oQPPA99rs5s.

Warm regards,

Wonga Ntshinga, 

Wowos Club 

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Sunday the 8th of December 2013

09:49:07 PM

From the office of the President of Wowos Club: Nelson Mandela

Dear Family


From the office of the President of Wowos Club I would like to take this opportunity to send my condolences to the family of Madiba & all those who loved & knew him. It is a great loss to the nation & to the world at large & we will always remember & honor him.

I want us to take this opportunity & maybe reflect back & think about what Mr. Nelson Mandela represented. A man of PEACE. Let us take his legacy & pay it forward. We can only learn so much from him & through our ACTIONS we can leave up to what he represents & what he would want us to be. A country that is to be free from white domination or even black domination. A COUNTRY that is FREE for ALL.

May his SOUL REST in PEACE.

Ditaba Moeketsi
Wowos President

Www.wowosclub.wongantshinga.com
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Saturday the 24th of August 2013

07:06:43 PM

The reason why we are occupied is because of our own fault

From: Muzi Ngema 
Date: Thursday 06 May 2010 6:55 PM
 

 

We perhaps have to accept that the reason why we are occupied is because of our own fault, it’s our own fault that the world has treated us in the harshest sense, without the world having to occupy us and take more from us, we may not survive a year.

 

It means that from this very second we ought to change our view towards each other, build a true state of economy yabamyama, circulate the rand in our communities and continent, built our caring and safe communities and society, shape up our technical arsenal that will respond to our needs in areas such as health, education, engineering , explore our own minerals, convert them to final products and export to the world too, put something away for our future, bank in our own banks, build our own cars and trains, aeroplanes, roads, rails and dams. Manufactures needles, medicines, technologies and sell to the world too.

 

And all these institution to function in carrying manner that will respond to our own needs and to the world for exports purpose.

 

Is it hard, to start doing these things and not limited to compared to wasting time trying to live up to standards imposed only on us? Please anyone tell me that wowos club with its intellectual capacity can at least take a lead in the road taking abamyama to this dream land?

 

Nelson Mandela said freedom in my life time, I say self reliance to abamyama in my life time.

 

Ta

 

Muzi Ngema

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Sunday the 18th of August 2013

08:44:57 PM

Sign a loan across the kitchen table instead of a banker’s desk

Dear All,

If you have acquired Wonga’s Business Methods (WBMs), you will probably know that to beat debt you need a plan. WBMs are “part time” business ideas and if managed with enthusiasm and discipline, they will not only get you out of the red, but they will help you build a growing asset base.

Many people always ask me, "where do I get capital to start with WBMs?" My answer to this question is always sign a loan across the kitchen table instead of a banker’s desk. Kitchen counter loans leave both parties happy. For example, while banks will charge you interest rates hovering at around 8.5%, you can sign a private loan with your family member in which you make monthly repayments at 6.75%. The beauty here is that all that interest money would stay in the family, rather than make the bank’s pockets faster and of course the best thing is the flexibility to repay the loan.

So, let me know if you are in need of a concise loan agreement that you can use with your family members! I do also have guidelines on how not lose your money and your relationship with your family members!

FAQ on WBMs visit http://pub27.bravenet.com/faq/show.php?usernum=2285354722&catid=9609 

Warm regards,

Wonga Ntshinga

E-mail: me@wongantshinga.com, M +27 82 926 0390   F +27 86 565 4110   

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Sunday the 14th of April 2013

10:35:11 AM

In memory of Norman Ntshinga

 

Dear All, 

Email below was sent to Lindikhaya Ntshinga and he then forwarded it to me. I share it with you Wowos Club members as it is a beautiful message. 

Dear Mr Ntshinga,
Hi, my name is Beth Danesco. I am a playwright over here near Boston Massachusetts, USA. I am writing because I am a fan of Athol Fugard and, in my reading about him, have come to learn about and be inspired by The Serpent Players. After some googling 😊 , I discovered you might be Norman Ntshinga's grandson.  I hope I've got the right guy and I hope you don't mind that I am contacting you.
I wanted to drop you a quick line to say tomorrow afternoon I am having a full length play read in front of an audience for the first time. It's being read by a group of actors I have assembled in a kind of theater company. I wanted you to know I was inspired to put this reading together by your grandfather's example. He and the Serpent Players were in tough circumstances I can't even imagine, and yet they still pursued their art-- even doing theater in prison...  So, what excuse do I have in easy circumstances to not do the same? Your grandfather's example has really made me have a new perspective on my responsibilities as a writer and a artist.  As a thank you and token of respect, I am dedicating my reading tomorrow to his memory. It's not much, I dont expect a very big audience, but maybe it gets someone there to look into his life... so,I just wanted to contact someone who knew him and let them know. I don't know why! You may be thinking "What is this woman even talking about?" 
Anyhow, that's all. I am including a link to our reading if you'd like to see more about it (it actually involves South Africa....) I would love to hear from you and hear more about your grandfather and his wife and the Serpent Players if you have any thing you'd like to share.  There isn't much about them online. Which is a shame.
Thanks for your patience in reading this. And best wishes,
Beth Danesco

 

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Saturday the 6th of October 2012

10:32:11 AM

Meet and Greet Wowos Club President - Ditaba Moeketsi

Morning Family

What a day is was yesterday @Square Time. We had a great afternoon & like wise The President's needs were taken care of at every level. I am sure if we were to compare notes with Umnumzana Msholozi he would be jealous. 

Mr. Founder took care of us & he was at his best making sure we laugh & enjoy his presence so is everyone who was there. We might also have another international at Wowos as a member if things go accordingly as discussed & agreed yesterday. 

Great food, great topics mixed with beautiful ladies of Wowos. What a combination. Walala - wasala. 

I am definitely looking forward to the 23rd November @Lady T's place. Hopefully more members will join us. 

Enjoy your weekend. On my way to a weeding in Rustenburg.

 
Ditaba Moeketsi 
The President
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Monday the 17th of September 2012

03:56:17 PM

Morning from Washington, DC

Wowo's

 
We have just landed in Washington, DC - after a 16 hours flight. Already in the hotel, but about to go straight to work
 
They are 6 hours behind - so the day has just started, and we have meetings the whole day...
 
Thats it...
-- 
Jabu Mtsweni
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Monday the 17th of September 2012

07:46:44 AM

Re: Love the one you're with

Where was I when this topic was discussed? I don’t know if I will be answering the question or not but I am just responding from reading the comments…

 

Yazi W… in my many years of learning about love. I have only found my lesson on the subject most recently. Please bear with me as I will have to quote one or two scriptures in bringing my point across.

 

In the beginning. God created Adam and animals first. And when He could not find a suitable partner for him, He created Eve as the suitable helper for Adam. Also, another scripture in Proverbs says “He who FINDS a wife finds a good thing and obtains favour with God.

 

With these two scriptures and my experience. I gather that God made the man first. And it is the man who is to find this woman and for those who are Christians God will be the source. The man is given the purpose (Genesis 2: 15 & 20). Adam was given the purpose for the couple and God had to find him a partner that would be able to help him live and fulfil that purpose. This is when after creating the animals, he was still unable to find him one and therefore created Eve, taking her from Adam’s body which made Eve part of Adam.

 

You know that you and I have had some hectic talks on this subject on a more personal basis. And the lesson that I have painfully learnt is that no matter how much a woman may think and believe she loves a man, there’s nothing she can do to make that man love them back. First, because they probably don’t feel the same way. Second, they fit in their plan in that they don’t have the qualities they need in order to be the suitable helper for the man. Thirdly, the timing is just wrong either the man is busy at the time with his own relationship or just doesn’t want to be in one. Lastly, men are the ones who should look for and  FIND the woman and not us looking to find the men. Eve was taken from Adam’s rib and not the other way around. Adam has to look for his rib to complete himself.

 

Each and every person has their purpose for being on this earth. They have their God given purpose, they have their own plans and goals. Also, each couple that gets married has a purpose and that purpose is deposited in the man, that he may look for and find the perfect partner to help him bring it to fulfilment. I have my own purpose and in my looking to find a partner, I have been looking for a man who will support my vision and purpose which is what I saw as my family’s purpose. But I have been falling for men who had everything I wanted in a man except shared my vision. I was willing to compromise it for the sake of love but that would have meant losing a part of me in trying to gain a man. So I decided to just let go and start being a woman and wait for the man to find me. And I tell you, when he did… it was the most incredible feeling. I wish I could explain it but I can’t. When a man comes to you, and he shares his own vision, his dream with you and (he) places you in it to do exactly what you have been dreaming to do and the vision that you had becomes part of his bigger vision; you just know that he is the one and you not only connect emotionally, but also mentally and spiritually and at the right time you will surely connect physically. I know it sounds like a fairy-tale but it happens when you wait. And if you believe in praying, pray that you are ready to be found by the man who’s helper you were meant to be…

 

Genesis 2 18 Now the Lord God said, It is not good (sufficient, satisfactory) that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper (suitable, adapted, complementary) for him.

19 And out of the ground the Lord God formed every [wild] beast and living creature of the field and every bird of the air and brought them to Adam to see what he would call them; and whatever Adam called every living creature, that was its name.

20 And Adam gave names to all the livestock and to the birds of the air and to every [wild] beast of the field; but for Adam there was not found a helper meet (suitable, adapted, complementary) for him.

21 And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam; and while he slept, He took one of his ribs or a part of his side and closed up the [place with] flesh.

22 And the rib or part of his side which the Lord God had taken from the man He built up and made into a woman, and He brought her to the man.

23 Then Adam said, This [creature] is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of a man.

Proverbs 18:22 He who finds a [true] wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord.

By Wowo's Member

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