The inspiring story of the late businessman, philanthropist and conservationist Anton Rupert is that of a boy from the Karoo who grew up during the Great Depression and struggled to raise enough money to study science at university. Rupert’s Rembrandt Group became known around the world, owning brands such as Cartier, Dunhill, Rothmans and Montblanc. 

Within a few decades, the Rupert family dynasty was built, loved by some and hated by others in SA...

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