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Poor conviction rate results in 50% rise in white-collar crime

People who commit lesser crimes serve time, but bigwigs can afford to buy time outside jail with prolonged court battles.

J Arthur Brown to appeal his sentences, says lawyer

Former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown will apply for leave to appeal, his lawyer said on Thursday.

State bungles, J Arthur Brown walks

Accused of misappropriating hundreds of millions and leaving orphans destitute, J Arthur Brown would have been the ultimate villain in any story line.

Weekend 101: Angelina Jolie’s brave move

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How much of your money did J Arthur Brown waste?

After six years of litigation, we all need a reminder of what J Arthur Brown's fraud conviction was. We round up the case in numbers.

Union, regulator disappointed at Fidentia boss sentence

The R150 000 fine imposed on former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown will not deter white collar crime, the Financial Services Board has said.

J Arthur Brown gets R150k fine for Fidentia fraud

Former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown has been fined R150 000 and a suspended prison sentence following two fraud convictions.

High Court finds Fidentia boss guilty of fraud

Former Fidentia boss J Arthur Brown was found guilty on two counts of fraud by the Western Cape High Court on Thursday.

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