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Twitter investor sues Elon Musk for market manipulation

By: Natasha Archary Elon Musk's Twitter takeover may land him in hot water, as an investor files a class-action lawsuit, suing the billionaire for market manipulation. Accusing Musk of running down Twitter's share price to reduce or not pay the $44 billion that was agreed upon in the deal. In April, Musk successfully secured his bid to purchase Twitter for $44 billion (R690 billion). He has now been accused of […]


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Elon Musk alludes to his life being in danger

By Wanique Block South African-born billionaire Elon Musk seems to be in danger. The Tesla tycoon has shared a tweet today, 9th May 2022 which has sparked up a storm on Twitter. In the tweet, Elon Musk raised suspicion as he alluded to his life being in danger. “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowing ya”, he wrote. Elon hasn’t given much information regarding his cryptic tweet, however […]


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Elon Musk takes over Twitter for R690 billion

By: Natasha Archary Elon Musk has just successfully secured his purchase of Twitter for R690 billion. Earlier this month, Musk purchased a 9.1% share of the social media platform and later offered to buy Twitter in its entirety for $43 billion. "Twitter’s market valuation is $ 37 billion, so clearly he’s got enough bank to buy the company. He made an offer to buy per share at $54 dollars per […]


Elon Musk's father reveals he is not proud of his billionaire son


Kaya Biz: What Elon Musk’s offer to buy Twitter for $43 billion, will mean for the platform

Kaya 959 Reporter It was a massive week in the world of social media as Elon Musk attempted to acquire one of the biggest social media platforms in the world. Elon Musk stated on April 4th, 2022 that he has purchased 9.1% of Twitter. Musk later offered to buy Twitter Inc. for $43 billion, slamming the company's management and claiming to be the only person who can unlock the "extraordinary potential" […]


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Elon Musk declines to join the board of directors, says Twitter CEO

Kaya 959 Reporter Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal has said that Elon Musk, the company's majority shareholder, will not be joining the board of directors. Musk was named to the Twitter board of directors after purchasing a significant investment in the company and becoming its largest stakeholder. Musk spent $2.9 billion dollars on buying a 9.2 per cent stake in Twitter. According to Agrawal, he and the company's board of directors met with […]


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Elon Musk becomes Twitter’s largest shareholder

By Wanique Block Avid Twitter user and Tesla CEO, Elon Musk has become Twitter's largest shareholder after buying a 9.2% stake in the microblogging site. At 9.2% the stake is worth nearly $3 billion and has triggered a 25% increase in the company’s shares. The South African-born philanthropist now owns 73.5 million Twitter shares. This, however, comes as no surprise as the world’s richest man has hinted on numerous occasions […]



WATCH: Singapore robots searching out ‘undesirable’ public behaviour

By Kaya 959 Reporter Singapore is testing robots that patrol the streets looking for "undesirable social behaviours." The two robots, called "Xavier," have cameras that give them a 360-degree field of vision, and will search for people smoking in public, flouting Covid-19 rules, or illegally hawking, Singapore's Home Team Science and Technology Agency announced on Sunday. Data from Xavier's cameras feeds into AI video analytics software, the agency said. "Once […]



Elon Musk gives Dogecoin thumbs up in tweet to see stocks surge

By: Natasha Archary   When the richest man in the world tweets, you pay attention or get left behind. This was made evident when the SpaceX and Tesla billionaire tweeted just one word on the 04th February.   “Doge”   Doge — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 4, 2021 His thumbs up meant the cryptocurrency’s value surged within minutes. The billionaire then launched a string of tweets detailing why Dogecoin is […]


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