Rich man, poor man

Rich man, poor man

Stan Ferreira and Jorge Lourenco were both born on the island of Madeira. They also shared a birthday as well as the name Estanislau (Stan). In South Africa they became friends and business partners and together they forged a mighty business empire - but one partner ended up a broken man.

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Submitted by : Gary Drimie of Jeffreys Bay on 2011-11-22 21:42:28
This oke sounds like a right does...the moral thing to do would have been to respect his partners family and pay them out as and when his partner died, and I am almost sure, although its not stated above, that had insurance on his partner, which would have given him adequate funds to secure his late partners shares! What a does, he surely qualifies for mampara of the decade for fighting an old widow!


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