THE ROAD TO HELL

ENVIRONMENTALISTS LOVE doom-and-gloom scenarios, and we at NoseArk are no exception. Gloating knowingly about the impending End Of The World is our favourite thing. Don’t give us tjoklits ’n blomm ...

MAGIC MUSHROOMS IN THE SHIRES OF KZN

Writing from the KZN "countryside", Steve Hargreaves reckons that whatever their politics, whatever their intentions, white South Africans remain thieves
CHAPMAN'S PIQUE

CHAPMAN'S PIQUE

Critics of the conversion of the spectacularly scenic Chapman’s Peak Drive into a “public-private” toll road, have unearthed some disturbing information about the actual amount of traffic using the scenic route – and the gravy-train political motives of the Cape ANC leadership who still support retaining its toll-road status
BUILDERS SUE FOR DEFAMATION

BUILDERS SUE FOR DEFAMATION

Lawyers are working overtime as luxury Sandton home developer MKB sues Liz Griffin, a disgruntled client, over comments she made to noseweek, and Griffin prepares to countersue. Meanwhile Inspect-a-Home is standing by its withering report on the Griffin house
UNFINISHED BUSINESS

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

It is one of the most famous architectural designs of the twentieth century. Yet the Sydney Opera House was never completed according to its original design. And, instead of making the career of architect Jorn Utzon, it almost ruined it. A famously bitter conflict with the state government of New South Wales forced Utzon to leave Sydney with the project only two-thirds finished, vowing never to return. Last year, however, without fanfare, a sign went up over construction scaffolding on the Opera House site. It read: “Western Loggia Project, Architect Jorn Utzon”
NO SALMON FOR FRANK

NO SALMON FOR FRANK

Sea Point electrician Frank Chilchick risks jail because he can't afford the lavish lifestyle his ex demands for their two sons. When does maintenence become malevolence? asks Lin Sampson

UCT'S BATTLE OF WILLS

The government has gone to court seeking to sanitise a discriminatory will, made in 1920, that offers bursaries for post-graduate overseas studies to white, male, non-Jews only
SOMEONE OLD, SOMEONE NEW

SOMEONE OLD, SOMEONE NEW

How Liberty Life’s founder Sir Donny Gordon has been lording it amongst the ladies of London - and how divorce guru Billy Gundelfinger has had to rush to the rescue

HOW NEDBANK EMBRACES ITS CLIENTS

Nedbank is claiming in the Cape High Court that it can sell a defaulting client’s assets just as it jolly well pleases - even if the client unnecessarily loses tens of millions in the process. Plus how Nedbank’s attorneys pocketed a secret R1.3-million kickback as part of the deal
CHAPMAN'S PIQUE

CHAPMAN'S PIQUE

Critics of the conversion of the spectacularly scenic Chapman’s Peak Drive into a “public-private” toll road, have unearthed some disturbing information about the actual amount of traffic using the scenic route – and the gravy-train ...
 

THE ROAD TO HELL

ENVIRONMENTALISTS LOVE doom-and-gloom scenarios, and we at NoseArk are no exception. Gloating knowingly about the impending End Of The World is our favourite thing. Don’t give us tjoklits ’n blommetjies and films like Love Actually ...

MAGIC MUSHROOMS IN THE SHIRES OF KZN

Writing from the KZN "countryside", Steve Hargreaves reckons that whatever their politics, whatever their intentions, white South Africans remain thieves ...

CHAPMAN'S PIQUE

CHAPMAN'S PIQUE

Critics of the conversion of the spectacularly scenic Chapman’s Peak Drive into a “public-private” toll road, have unearthed some disturbing information about the actual amount of traffic using the scenic route – and the gravy-train ...

BUILDERS SUE FOR DEFAMATION

BUILDERS SUE FOR DEFAMATION

Lawyers are working overtime as luxury Sandton home developer MKB sues Liz Griffin, a disgruntled client, over comments she made to noseweek, and Griffin prepares to countersue. Meanwhile Inspect-a-Home is standing by its withering report ...

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

It is one of the most famous architectural designs of the twentieth century. Yet the Sydney Opera House was never completed according to its original design. And, instead of making the career of architect Jorn ...

NO SALMON FOR FRANK

NO SALMON FOR FRANK

Sea Point electrician Frank Chilchick risks jail because he can't afford the lavish lifestyle his ex demands for their two sons. When does maintenence become malevolence? asks Lin Sampson ...

UCT'S BATTLE OF WILLS

The government has gone to court seeking to sanitise a discriminatory will, made in 1920, that offers bursaries for post-graduate overseas studies to white, male, non-Jews only ...

SOMEONE OLD, SOMEONE NEW

SOMEONE OLD, SOMEONE NEW

How Liberty Life’s founder Sir Donny Gordon has been lording it amongst the ladies of London - and how divorce guru Billy Gundelfinger has had to rush to the rescue ...

HOW NEDBANK EMBRACES ITS CLIENTS

Nedbank is claiming in the Cape High Court that it can sell a defaulting client’s assets just as it jolly well pleases - even if the client unnecessarily loses tens of millions in the ...