Katlego Danke’s secret 22-year-old daughter with billionaire Patrice reveals top secrets that nobody knew about.
In a surprising revelation on TikTok, a 22-year-old unidentified woman claims to be the daughter of actress Katlego Danke. Her confident announcement has left fans in awe, noting the striking resemblance between the young lady and Katlego. This revelation has reignited the long-standing mystery surrounding the alleged connection between Katlego Danke and billionaire Patrice Motsepe.
The young woman’s TikTok post garnered significant attention as fans speculated about her lineage, with some linking her to Patrice Motsepe. While some requested evidence to support her claim, she merely directed them to Google.
IN OTHER NEWS: The Most Popular Smartphone Brands in South Africa
Samsung Dominates the South African Market
Samsung holds the crown as the most popular smartphone brand in South Africa, commanding nearly 50% of the market share, according to GlobalStats Statcounter data. With a vendor market share of 49.08%, Samsung remains the top choice for South African consumers.
Huawei Secures Second Place
Following behind Samsung is the Chinese manufacturer Huawei, ranking as the second most popular smartphone vendor in South Africa. Huawei boasts an 18.89% market share, solidifying its position as a significant player in the country’s mobile market.
Apple Holds Steady in Third Place
Apple, the American tech giant, takes the third spot with a respectable 17.56% market share in South Africa. While not leading the pack, Apple’s presence remains strong in the country’s smartphone landscape.
Emerging Players Xiaomi and Oppo
Chinese brands Xiaomi and Oppo secure the fourth and fifth positions, respectively, with market shares of 2.77% and 2.62%. Though relatively smaller shares compared to the top three, they represent growing contenders in the South African smartphone market.
Global Ranking – Samsung Takes Second Place
On a global scale, Samsung is the second most popular smartphone brand. However, it closely trails behind Apple, with a vendor market share of 26.74%, while Apple captures 27.11% of the worldwide market.
Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo Complete the Top Five
In the global market, Chinese brands Xiaomi (12.3%), Oppo (6.87%), and Vivo (5.3%) round out the top five smartphone vendors. These brands have managed to establish a significant presence on the international stage.
Huawei’s Global Standing
Despite ranking as the second most popular vendor in South Africa, Huawei holds the sixth position globally, with a market share of 4.84%. The brand faces competition from other players in the international smartphone arena.
Premium Smartphones Thrive Amidst Economic Crisis
Despite the cost of living crisis impacting most South Africans in 2022, the premium smartphone segment experienced impressive growth in the later stages of the year.
Samsung’s Growth Strategy
Samsung’s vice-president of mobile experience in South Africa, Justin Hume, reported that the company witnessed substantial growth in its premium model range. Notably, the S22 Ultra, the flagship device of the S22 series, accounted for 50% of the range’s sales.
Outlook for 2023
Samsung is optimistic about its prospects in 2023, primarily as it focuses on its premium category with the launch of the Galaxy S23 series.
Mid-Range Phones Gain Popularity
However, given the anticipated dire economic conditions for the year, high-end customers may be compelled to shift towards mid-range categories. Christopher Henschel from Cellucty highlights the exceptional growth of the R4,000 to R8,000 device range, as consumers prioritize the value and specifications of mid-tier phones.
Adapting to Load-Shedding
Henschel further points out that with load-shedding becoming more common, people are increasingly reliant on phones with quality screens and extended battery life to keep them entertained during power outages.