Payback Time for Bruce Winship

Payback Time for Bruce Winship

When Noseweek took a swing at dodgy Durban businessman Bruce Winship’s Grid Group in March we pointed out that the man who, according to Carte Blanche, had repeatedly withheld payment from smaller contractors to the tune of R30 million was a trustee of, and spokesman for, evangelist Angus Buchan’s Shalom Ministries and a key member of the Greytown farmer’s Mighty Men conference organising team.

We received an email from Tocknell two days later with fantastic news: Buchan’s Shalom Trust had finally intervened by establishing a team made up of church members, Grid executives, their accountant and a lawyer to investigate the outstanding moneys and establish a R12m fund to pay Winship/Grid’s valid creditors on a last-in:first-out basis by 15 April.

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