Brett Kebble epitomised post-apartheid South Africa’s new breed of entrepreneur. A white mining magnate, he was politically well connected. When we met to talk about her book, Killing Kebble: An Underworld Exposed, she was about to go for a fitting of her wedding dress. Read “Killing Kebble An Underworld Exposed” by Mandy Wiener with Rakuten Kobo. In September one of South Africa’s most eminent mining magnates.

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I am a South African in the mining industry and killung read this book upon the very many recommendations to do so. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. English Choose a language for shopping.

The papers are chock-a-block with murder, corruption and fraud at every level and walk of life imaginable. Also, Macmillan SA, part of the great international publishing group, let down the author by failing to provide an index, which such a complex account with so many characters kevble.

The greedy mafia in his own party, waiting for his retirement, just could not wait any longer to start plundering the country’s resources in shocking and very creative ways! Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Please try keble later. Refresh and try again.


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He had bad relationships with his dad and brother – very bad. A large portion of the book is about how the Brett Kebble murder case was the victim of an acrimonious relationship between two state agencies who effectively were at war with one another.

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Should of been a kiilling shorter too. Dec 27, Suze rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s an absorbing read that casts a sobering look at how unhinged the corruption within our very own justice system has become and how, the people who are supposed to protect us, have failed – not only in this book, but us as South African citizens too.

Probably more through attrition than anything else! Deshnee Subramany is our loudest employee. Mandy Wiener has brought unnderworld characters to life in a well written book.

It is a veritable mafia setup, with hits plotted in local coffee shops and people intimidated in the safety of their suburban homes. 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.


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The book shows that money and an inept crime fighting force can buy you your freedom. I even read the acknowledgments! Mar 20, Matthew White rated it udnerworld it. Mar 24, Alan Hunt rated it liked it. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Remember me Forgotten password?

It seems the justice system together with the potential susceptibility of some in positions of power make South Africa an kipling prospect for the Bad Underowrld. Glen Agliotti, the man once accused of orchestrating the hit, has also provided Wiener with unlimited access to his story, as have other characters whose versions of the events are previously untold.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. 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.