Cipro involved in company “hijacking”

By Andy Rice 9 September 2010

The Companies and Intellectual Property Registration Office, no stranger to controversy, is involved in a new crisis after Kalahari Resources chairperson, Daphne Mashile-Nkosi, discovered that she and her brother are no longer directors of the company. Instead, the Cipro records show that eight other people - all strangers to Mashile-Nkosi - are listed as directors. Among them is Sandi Majali, the businessman involved in the oilgate saga. Kalahari is gearing itself up for a legal battle to have the directors removed.  Read more: Fin24

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