Three uncles in the financial business


Three uncles in the financial business

Our story begins at the Cape Town headquarters of Oasis Asset Management. On 28 February 2008, a young – and brave, it will later transpire – Rizqa Abdullah, a 2007 Financial Information Systems graduate commenced employment at the Cape Town premises.

Some quite prominent people have at one time or another been associated with Oasis, among them Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe, who, controversially, was on their payroll and moonlighting for them in and out of court. The founder-directors of Oasis are the brothers Ebrahim: Shaheen, Adam and Nazeem.These bullying bosses turn out ot be the grim brothers.

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Submitted by : Paul Gaydon on 2012-01-03 12:43:54
Shortly after the Judge Hlophe remuneration scandal hit the press these esteemed gentlemen had a stand at the Royal Show in Pietermaritzburg. I commented on the scandal to them and they immediately became abusive. I simply cannot understand why anybody in their right mind would invest through them as they certainly have no credibility to my mind.

Their handling of the staff indicates the abusive nature of their culture towards staff in general as all they seek to do is line their own slimy pockets.

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