Property & plagiarism

Property & plagiarism

Developer Tongaat-Hulett under fire for blatantly using another firm’s plans.

Did Tongaat-Hulett’s property  arm steal architectural drawings which were then used to raise capital from the Department of Trade and Industry for a luxury property development, from a trusting small consortium of KwaZulu-Natal businessmen?

If so, it fits neatly with the ugly truth about corporate South Africa’s tendency to steal ideas from small businesses.  Noseweek has carried many such stories.

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