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HOW NORM TRIED TO SEND R1,8M TO POOR ROSEMARY IN TEXAS

It’s no great surprise that Norman Benjamin wanted to send some cash to his daughter, Rosemary, in Texas. What is surprising – since it involved illegal currency smuggling – is that he was able to ...

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 ...

Pillage in the fine print

Pillage in the fine print

This story tells you all you need to know about what’s really been going down in major commercial law firms when it comes to their relationship with friends in the (equally greed-driven) liquidation ...

Will Madam call the cops?

Will Madam call the cops?

The saga of the financial vandalism perpetrated by the rapacious (if not criminally minded) liquidators of Asch Professional Services is far from over. Three months have passed and we have a response from Justice Department ...

Beware! Lawyers at work

Beware! Lawyers at work

Could the law society, the liquidators and the Master have all missed the important issue? Creditors are the people that the whole institution of insolvency is all about: the South African insolvency system ...

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 ...

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 ...