Historic club row escalates

Historic club row escalates

Strife boils as rival groups battle over finances and survival plans for preservation of national treasures collection.

The money’s run out and the lights are flickering at the Cape Town Club, one of the Mother City’s oldest institutions. All this has emerged after the membership of former chairman Donwald Pressly and corporate governance expert Martin Hess were suspended after they asked some robust questions about the club’s financial state – and, sin of all sins, telling some non-members about it.

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