The Grand Scam: How Barry Tannenbaum Conned South Africa’s Business Elite

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    He added that we needed to meet. We planned to meet a few days later, with his client - one of the 'investors'. Two hours later, I got another call, from a lawyer I knew.

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    A reliable source of scandal, but as jumpy as a colt. Looks like it's a scam,' he assured me. I was intrigued.

    But this Barry Tannenbaum was nowhere to be found: anonymous on the internet, absent from all the databases I could lay my hands on. The only thing Barry Tannenbaum had done until that point, it seemed, was to work at Times Media - the media conglomerate that owns the Sunday Times and Business Day newspapers - during the late s, peddling advertisements.

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