Markus Jooste must finally – for the first time – explain himself in court
Markus Jooste tried to stop a R740 million damages claim against him.
Judge Matthew Francis (Cape Town High Court) rejected Jooste’s argument that the claim against him was “vague and embarrassing”.
Jooste must now, for the first time, have his day in court.
For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below.
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