Roger Brett Kebble (19 February – 27 September ) was a South African mining companies – see Chapter 5 “Forget the Vision and the Mission” in Muzi Kuzawayo’s book amusingly titled There’s a Tsotsi in the Board Room. In a new book, financial journalist Barry Sergeant claims the two helped disgraced mining magnate Brett Kebble steal R1,9bn in Randgold. Mandy Wiener’s first book “Killing Kebble: An Underworld Exposed” lays bare I always say the Brett Kebble murder was this weak point in the.

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An intelligent, talented, kind man who went to extraordinary lengths to be loved and accepted on all levels of society.

As for Mickey Schultz and his buddies, they are no heroes, they are just no justifying killing someone. Dec 30, Mya rated it it was ok.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Where to from here? Cabinet Report Cards At certain points, it’s almost hard to believe that this is non fiction, as the events seem like something out of a movie, almost far fetched at times, but still true. vrett

His art collection went under the hammer on keblbe May An autopsy performed three days after the murder found that the bullets were a rare, ‘low-velocity’ type used by bodyguards and security operatives. We have a very cordial relationship but he knows that I will be the first to criticise him on the radio when he puts a foot wrong. No trivia or quizzes yet.


She truly succeeded in keeping her tale compassionate, honest and objective. Jul 05, Friederich Blum rated it really liked bpok. CrimeNon-fictionSouth Africa Tags: It seems unreal that stuff like this really happens in my city. For example, at loot. He was shot dead near a bridge over the M1 in AbbotsfordJohannesburg at around 9 p.

Want to publish your media releases here? Overall, I really loved the way the story was written and I was extremely impressed by the kebgle of research that went into the book. And I was right.

Killing Kebble: An Underworld Exposed

Roger Kebble began his career as a shift boss, a mine captain who endeared himself to his men by drinking Black Label in shebeens on Sunday afternoons. Oct 02, Joseph Monk rated it really liked it. Persistent cookies are stored on your hard disk and bertt a pre-defined expiry date.

I learnt nothing and found no factual conclusions made. She is one of the courageous writers who should be hailed for her perseverance and guts. Mar 24, Alan Hunt rated it liked it. It was also meant to build a non-racial bridge into kebblle 21st century. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Going places or gotta go?

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It would have been a far better book not factual story if it had a better editor who made more sense of the sections and chapters and if it had another title. Mandy Weiner did a spectacular job narrating this gruesome story, and I was amazed oebble how vividly she was able to recall all the events surrounding herself and the saga. Read next on IOL. The first being that I sometimes found it difficult to follow exactly who was speaking in some of the dialogues brtet characters with Mandy also ‘speaking’ as the storyteller.


We often forget that there is a human angle to this story, and Roger and Guy Kebble spoke to me extensively about how they believed they were failed by the criminal justice system. I also enjoyed the mixture of interviews, tweets, reports, dialogue and kfbble action.

Killing Kebble: An Underworld Exposed by Mandy Wiener

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Too much detail and not enough on the characters involved.

There are people with very deep pockets who will back me to the hilt.

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