Katharine Child is to be congratulated for her report on the high court’s finding in the Moyo/Old Mutual matter, quoting key excerpts from the judgment that made it pretty clear what had been going on (Peter Moyo unlikely to win his second legal case, say judges (https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/companies/financial-services/2020-01-14-peter-moyo-unlikely-to-win-his-second-legal-case-say-judges/), January 14).

We had a highly  paid CEO in business on his own account making a self-serving decision that prejudiced his employer, suspended for conflict of interest, fired in terms of contract providing for no-fault termination on notice, alleging employer hostility and misdeeds the court found to be untrue, a lower court finding against all precedents that he was likely to be reinstated, and the arrogance and entitlement of the plaintiff, apparently shocked by the judgment, tenaciously pursuing equally vexatious claims...

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