Samro turns the tables on Mthethwa

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The battle between kwaito legend Eugene Mthethwa and the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (Samro) has taken a dramatic twist, with the royalty collector claiming that the muso owes it money. Picture: Gallo Images / Oupa Bopape
The battle between kwaito legend Eugene Mthethwa and the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (Samro) has taken a dramatic twist, with the royalty collector claiming that the muso owes it money. Picture: Gallo Images / Oupa Bopape

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After Mthethwa held a theatrical one-man protest at Samro’s offices in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, on Thursday, the organisation’s CEO, Mark Rosin, claimed Mthethwa in fact owes Samro money.

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