Berties Landing in Cape Town's popular waterfront was the busiest pub in the Southern hemisphere. That didn't stop it from going bankrupt - again and again. And then there was that charitable association for promoting sailing on the high seas, presided over by Springbok sailor Bertie Reed and called the Roaring Forties. It simply, mysteriously, disappeared. The two issues, we discover, we not unrelated.

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