"We didn’t really have a choice," says Stephen van Coller, the CEO of EOH, which has now lodged a mammoth R1.7bn summons against the company’s founder Asher Bohbot, and a further R4.7bn claim against three other executives.

"Had we not done it, we risked our partners and clients walking away. We said we were going to clean up this business, so we have to be 100% transparent."..

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