CHARMAIN NAIDOO: The bump and grind of life, taxes and state capture
Living above your means can be gloriously liberating when you’re young, in love with London, chatting to Anthony Hopkins, and forgetting to pay the tax man
It was 1991, the year Indian politician Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated and the Hubble Telescope launched. It was the year that the Soviet Union, officially came to an end.
That year, Anthony Hopkins ate someone’s liver “with fava beans and a nice Chianti” in that most terrifying of horror genre movies, The Silence of The Lambs; and Madonna shed her clothes as she sang Justify My Love to her adoring public.