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Dear Reader:

Dear Reader:

Farewell to a founder It is with sadness that we record that Maureen Barnes, co-founder of this magazine in 1993 and author of many of its early investigations, died at Halesworth, Suffolk, England on 24 June, ...

Dear Reader: Time for reckoning

Dear Reader: Time for reckoning

As this issue of Noseweek went to press, the final steps were being taken to oust Jacob Zuma from the presidency. Cyril Ramaphosa was poised to be installed as our new president, determined, ...

Risky business

Risky business

Investec scores R2bn from Brett Kebble’s shady business empire, while lawyers walk off with a further R600 million of his tainted loot. What was it that bound Investec so intimately to Brett ...

No accounting for JCI

No accounting for JCI

JCI: still ducking and dodging. What game are Investec and Allan Gray playing with JCI’s annual accounts – and why? By means of a strategic plan spearheaded by Investec CEO Stephen Koseff himself, Investec, ...

SAAMBOU: THE LEAKS CONTINUE

SAAMBOU: THE LEAKS CONTINUE

A secret intelligence report reveals extraordinary behind the scenes manoeuvering before and after SA's biggest ever bank collapse ...

The minutes that Investec wants obliterated from the history of the world

The minutes that Investec wants obliterated from the history of the world

David Nurek rides over the rules. The North Gauteng high court case in which the Randgold minorities are suing Investec has to date spawned more than 15,000 pages of evidence, yet the merits of ...

Shifty shades of Gray

Shifty shades of Gray

Peter Gray was Brett Kebble’s bankroller and laundering stockbroker. He was also Investec’s lead cover-up man.  by Barry Sergeant In the wake of August’s debacle at African Bank, ...

Dirty laundry remains unwashed

Dirty laundry remains unwashed

Silence reigns on the shameless pillaging of Randgold. By Barry Sergeant The nefarious pastime of money laundering is normally associated with dodgy characters carousing in exotic tax havens where palm trees hide more than ...

Randgold: explosive as the Arms Deal

Randgold: explosive as the Arms Deal

Investec claim they are, effectively, free to benefit from crime. By Barry Sergeant.      A sage once said that when in a hole, the first rule to observe is to stop digging. This advice seems ...

Rough Justice at Corobrik

Rough Justice at Corobrik

After an internal fraud is uncovered at Corobrik, employees wonder why some people have been targeted and others not. In November 2013 Johann Pretorius manager of Corobrik’s South Coast Centre – a man with 18 ...

Investec in court

Investec in court

Seven minority shareholders of Randgold and Exploration Company Ltd are suing Investec Bank Ltd for a billion rand for damages they claim they suffered as a consequence of Investec's having gained effective control of the ...

Dear Editor: Resilient: What's the JSE to do?

What's the JSE going to do? Lane wouldn't have killed himself Pox on all your houses Mouldy business The ...

Devious dealings at Resilient

Devious dealings at Resilient

Why are Stanlib, Old Mutual and Investec keeping shtum? Various recent reports by an anonymous investigator – containing a stream of damning information about the directors and senior management of JSE-listed Resilient group – have ...

Investec knows what you did last summer

Investec knows what you did last summer

Spies were paid to eavesdrop on clients and employees in a drama involving a R62m insurance claim. The evidence was filed at court last month. Former Investec chairman, Hugh Herman's mates Ian Geoffrey Chait, sons Anton and ...

A little fishy

A little fishy

Brett's old front company gets a new injection of Kebble cash ...

Investec exploited Kebble's weakness

Investec exploited Kebble's weakness

Serious consequences for Randgold shareholders. ...

KEBBLE'S LAST LAUGH

KEBBLE'S LAST LAUGH

And the joke's on Randgold ...

SMASH-‘N-GRAB AT INVESTEC

Investec has somehow managed to cultivate the image of being less dodgy than the run-of-the-mill South African financial institution. But - as our story about Justin Lewis and his encounter with the reality at ...