Behind closed doors

Behind closed doors

Life, love and death at the Sandhurst palace

When Miko Rwayitare was around, life in his R100m Sandhurst mansion was lived at full throttle, lubricated by a steady flow of the billionaire’s favourite tipple – Mont Rochelle, an oak-matured chardonnay from his Franschhoek vineyard. Although the vineyard (acquired in 2001 for R17m) also produces a memorable merlot, Miko preferred the white, served ice cold.

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Submitted by : Toni Goncalves of Johannesburg on 2008-04-17 16:03:09
Flash-Cash-Crash? A pity to see so many flashy bussinessmen end this way. A case of Easy come, easy gone?


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