Sanlam does NOT love dogs


Sanlam does NOT love dogs

Sanlam has no love for dogs. Fees come before affection and a dead man's wishes.

He had no family and was dying of cancer. His only sister, afflicted with Down Syndrome, had died several years earlier. For years, nothing and no-one had been as important to Jonathan Edwards as his two beloved Bull Terriers, Hector and Maggie-May.

But to Sanlam trustees, the executors of his estate, the dogs need to be got rid of: they’re a nuisance, holding up finalisation of an estate and payment of their fees.

Edwards, who ran a business…

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Submitted by : Sandman on 2017-08-19 14:37:03
Effectively sending the dogs to be euthanased, and selling a Tinus de Jongh painting for R1000. What a despicable and ignorant creature. Sanlam should be ashamed that they hire such people.
 
Submitted by : Duncan Gohl on 2017-08-04 15:32:55
I think the entire auction should be investigated......
 
Submitted by : Donn Edwards of ALDARA PARK on 2017-07-29 14:16:51
This is despicable. Where is the broker? He should be reported to the FSB along with Sanlam. And Reynard Kruger should be reported to the bar council and have his license to rip off people revoked.

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