When Brett Kebble was gunned down in his luxury sedan last September, police initially suspected he was the victim of a botched hijacking. But within 24 hours. Barry Sergeant, hard-hitting, bestselling author of Brett Kebble: The Inside Story ( Zebra, ), now tackles the murky world of shady financial. This is the story of the world’s biggest unprosecuted fraud. Barry Sergeant, hard-hitting, bestselling author of Brett Kebble: The Inside Story (Zebra, ), now.
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Besides, a guilty plea would bar him from serving as a company director. The third was from Pretoria. Directorates and administration of companies under Kebble control Companies of which key players were directors on 10 June JCI Ltd: Past imperfect, future tense They must have been waiting for a while.
The British mud wrestler. Read next on IOL. Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription. The unnatural angle at which the crippled vehicle had mounted the kerbstones would instinctively prompt a passer-by to call paramedics, the police, anyone schooled in dealing with what must surely have been an accident.
I say shame on you. In this title, the author investigates how Kebble maintained a R5-million-a-month lifestyle, despite zero rbett income, and how he concealed hundreds of millions of rands of corporate debt.
Killing a billion It is about more than 15 years of hunting down the truth about Brett Kebble, from the time his name was first heard in the public domain until long after his death. There had been so many, for so long, that they had almost become routine, and besides, killers with genuine intent rarely warned their victims.
But in the wake of Kebble’s death, far darker secrets than his unorthodox and downright criminal transactions would also come to light. Two months later, he was dead. The Inside Story Zebra,now tackles the murky world of shady financial dealings, post the Kebble murder. Does this product have an incorrect or missing image? Subscribe to our newsletter Some error text Name.
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Barry Sergeant is a journalist who has worked as an investment banker, focusing on mining and resources. Fifth horseman of the apocalypse 2. But he had never figured out the cash conundrum. Andrew’s School, Bloemfonteininand then went on to the University of Cape Townfrom where he graduated in A lesser quarry would have died instantly, but in macabre defiance of all natural law, this one had somehow managed to propel the Mercedes S some metres down the deserted, tree-lined street before surrendering to his fate.
Free at last 6. After graduating with two degrees from Wits in Johannesburg, he was admitted as an advocate, but almost immediately crossed into journalism.
Kebble was the controversial patron of the Brett Kebble Art Awards which he established in to provide a showcase for established artists, and to help those less known to attain recognition. Catch me if you can 1. The Kebble as it became known, was the most inclusive award of its kind often criticized for including a “craft” category to be judged on par with the other mediums like painting, sculpture, printmaking and photography in South Africa.
The second level relates to me, the author, but only regarding my quest to get to the bottom of it all. His legacy was a maze of convoluted transactions that would take forensic investigators months, perhaps years, to untangle.
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Top Camps Bay businessmen hired security firm. Kebble book is explosive Share this article with a friend Lebble Name: After Kebble was forced out of JCI and Randgold, Investec took over the running of both, Sergeant says, and promptly broke company laws by appointing the same directors to both companies, exactly as Kebble had done.
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Despite the closer range, the gunpowder burns in general were not severe, providing further evidence that the ammunition was of a special “reduced charge”. Yesterday, Sergeant described what he had uncovered and wrote about in The Kebble Collusion: