Questioning state and corporate motives should be routine
/ 12 June 2023

Questioning state and corporate motives should be routine

Captains of industry may appear the benevolent saviours of a state in decline, but we ought to question their intentions

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/ 20 September 2007

FirstRand loses court bid to gag noseweek

FirstRand Bank has lost a court bid to prevent noseweek magazine publishing the names of clients involved in allegedly shady offshore tax dodging schemes. Cape High Court Deputy Judge President Jeanette Traverso on Thursday dismissed the bank’s application with costs, saying she would give her reasons later.