Aubrey Kruger, the struggling inventor of the dolos (a concrete block in a complex geometric shape used around the world to protect harbour walls from waves) never received payment for his revolutionary design.
Recently, a 702 listener donated R10 000 to Kruger.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Independent Financial Advisor Peter Calitz about the donation.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
The lady – a sprightly 80-year-old – is donating the money in memory of her father, who was on the East London council at the time of the dolos invention.— Peter Calitz, independent financial advisor
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