PLUCKED LIKE A CHICKEN

When Ansbacher, FirstRand's discredited offshore arm, advised one client not to keep all her eggs in one basket, they were hatching something. Now, having paid substantial fees for the banker's professional assistance, the client is R75m down and counting.

WHAT TREVOR IS SO KEEN TO HIDE

The Minister of Finance is determined to conceal from the courts, and the public, the loan agreement he entered into to finance the country's expensive and corrupt arms purchases. We analyse the agreement and discover what he's so keen to hide.

THE CHIPS ARE DOWN

In January Business Day revealed the line for line analysis that KPMG had done of an article that had appeared in noseweek41, about a secret report by the auditors on serious misconduct at Saambou bank. What did we know exactly - and most especially how did we get to know it, they wondered? In response our correspondent tells us what he heard from under the boardroom table.

STANNIC GOES ALONG WITH R15M FRAUD

When the directors of a JSE-listed transport company pulled off a R15m petrol-card fraud in the names of 60 Zulu truckers, Standard bank's vehicle financing arm helped the fraudsters in the cover-up, and in a plot to screw the innocent drivers, so that they could recover their losses. The only thing that bothered the bankers was the 'possible PR problem."

STANNIC GOES ALONG WITH R15M FRAUD

When the directors of a JSE-listed transport company pulled off a R15m petrol-card fraud in the names of 60 Zulu truckers, Standard bank's vehicle financing arm helped the fraudsters in the cover-up, and in a ...
 

PLUCKED LIKE A CHICKEN

When Ansbacher, FirstRand's discredited offshore arm, advised one client not to keep all her eggs in one basket, they were hatching something. Now, having paid substantial fees for the banker's professional assistance, the client is ...

WHAT TREVOR IS SO KEEN TO HIDE

The Minister of Finance is determined to conceal from the courts, and the public, the loan agreement he entered into to finance the country's expensive and corrupt arms purchases. We analyse the agreement and discover ...

THE CHIPS ARE DOWN

In January Business Day revealed the line for line analysis that KPMG had done of an article that had appeared in noseweek41, about a secret report by the auditors on serious misconduct at Saambou bank. ...

STANNIC GOES ALONG WITH R15M FRAUD

When the directors of a JSE-listed transport company pulled off a R15m petrol-card fraud in the names of 60 Zulu truckers, Standard bank's vehicle financing arm helped the fraudsters in the cover-up, and in a ...