Investec running scared of Kebble's ghost

Investec running scared of Kebble's ghost

The stupefying scale and complexity of the frauds pulled off by Roger and Brett Kebble and their criminal associates while directors of some of South Africa’s biggest gold mining companies have had most regular reporters so absorbed that they can be excused for not having noticed some recent curious developments.

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Submitted by : Toni Goncalves of Johannesburg on 2008-08-02 16:41:08
Why has Investec been at the center of every financial controversy for that last 15 years?
When a full scale investigation be launched to look into the affairs of this highly suspect company?
Please start with the currency dealing irregularities dating back to the crash of 2001/2002.


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