Judge slates sunset home bosses

Judge slates sunset home bosses

Some trustees rewarded themselves generously – and illegitimately.

Hermanus, a town much favoured by retirees, has plenty of retirement options. Possibly the best known of these is a retirement village called Kidbrooke Place. But for as long as anyone can remember, it’s been mired in controversy – chiefly because trustee and manager, Norman Walton, has increasingly come to see Kidbrooke Place as his personal fiefdom.

The controversy came to a head in the Western Cape High Court on 25 March this year when Judge Binns-Ward delivered his judgment in the case of Kidbrooke Place Management Association and another v Norman Anthony Walton and others

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