Rob Rose Editor: Financial Mail

What with all this talk of "restoring governance" in SA, sometimes it’s refreshing to find a bunch of cowboys just doing whatever the hell they like, ethics be damned. Take, for example, the bad satire unfolding at Pembury Lifestyle Group.

The story starts in March 2017, when businessman Andrew McLachlan listed it on the JSE, raising R140m from investors so that Pembury could provide "affordable quality education" and top-quality "retirement living".

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