HOW NORM TRIED TO SEND R1,8M TO POOR ROSEMARY IN TEXAS


It’s no great surprise that Norman Benjamin wanted to send some cash to his daughter, Rosemary, in Texas. What is surprising – since it involved illegal currency smuggling – is that he was able to enlist the services of Cape Town’s largest firm of attorneys Sonnenberg, Hoffman & Galombik, and Webber Wentzel, Anglo American’s attorneys in Jo’burg, to help him do it.

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