NOSING ABOUT THE ARTS WORLD

If there is a culture peculiar to the locals in Johannesburg, it appears to be all to do with self-image, public image and money – who has it and who dispenses it.

JO'BURG'S NOT-SO-NICE COUNCILLORS CLIVE & CECIL

Some Johannesburg City councillors just aren’t very nice – definitely not the sort of people you would risk inviting home to meet the family.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR SALE

Do you want a certificate to hang on your wall which, if you haven’t quite made it yet will dupe prospective clients into believing you have achieved greatness in your profession? Well, for a small consideration, the publishers of Femme Magazine will fix you up.

SECRET SINS

Administrators of the R1,5 billion Pension Funds of the National Industrial Council for the Motor Industry are desperate to keep their affairs secret. By their own – strictly private – admission, the Funds have lost fortunes due to negligence and incompetence.

GHOSTS

In July 1992 Bruce Anderson was deported from SA to the UK with just a day’s notice. Earlier that month, when President De Klerk was in Maputo to open the new Polana Hotel, President Chissano told him that Anderson was involved in smuggling arms to Inkatha.

NO PEACE FOR OUR FANNY

At every possible opportunity, in person or in print, Frances Kendall describes herself as a “Nobel Prize nominee”. We find that amusing.

FNB KPL-ETSA: part 2 - REYNOLDS TO THE RESCUE

Immediately after his appointment as liquidator of KPL-Etsa (at the instigation of FNB), Philip Reynolds sought to persuade KPL’s other creditors that it was not worth launching an enquiry into what had happened, and assured them that he found it difficult to believe that senior bank officials could be guilty of intent to defraud, or of gross negligence.

SELLING SA FOR A PHONE

The decision committing South Africa to a new cellular telephone system, reached without public debate, appears to be so irrational that the only questions that remain to be answered are: who stands to be paid? how much? and by whom?

SELLING SA FOR A PHONE

The decision committing South Africa to a new cellular telephone system, reached without public debate, appears to be so irrational that the only questions that remain to be answered are: who stands to be paid? ...
 

NOSING ABOUT THE ARTS WORLD

If there is a culture peculiar to the locals in Johannesburg, it appears to be all to do with self-image, public image and money – who has it and who dispenses it. ...

JO'BURG'S NOT-SO-NICE COUNCILLORS CLIVE & CECIL

Some Johannesburg City councillors just aren’t very nice – definitely not the sort of people you would risk inviting home to meet the family. ...

QUALIFICATIONS FOR SALE

Do you want a certificate to hang on your wall which, if you haven’t quite made it yet will dupe prospective clients into believing you have achieved greatness in your profession? Well, for a ...

SECRET SINS

Administrators of the R1,5 billion Pension Funds of the National Industrial Council for the Motor Industry are desperate to keep their affairs secret. By their own – strictly private – admission, the Funds have lost ...

GHOSTS

In July 1992 Bruce Anderson was deported from SA to the UK with just a day’s notice. Earlier that month, when President De Klerk was in Maputo to open the new Polana Hotel, President ...

NO PEACE FOR OUR FANNY

At every possible opportunity, in person or in print, Frances Kendall describes herself as a “Nobel Prize nominee”. We find that amusing. ...

FNB KPL-ETSA: part 2 - REYNOLDS TO THE RESCUE

Immediately after his appointment as liquidator of KPL-Etsa (at the instigation of FNB), Philip Reynolds sought to persuade KPL’s other creditors that it was not worth launching an enquiry into what had happened, and assured ...

SELLING SA FOR A PHONE

The decision committing South Africa to a new cellular telephone system, reached without public debate, appears to be so irrational that the only questions that remain to be answered are: who stands to be paid? ...