The report alleges that Breytenbach and Bezuidenhout became business partners in a
Deleted files on Breytenbach's computer showed correspondence between people who were working together to invest in a tow bar business. Breytenbach would have a 10 percent stake in the company.
Speaking from the south of
"I help more people than I can think about… I'm extremely rich and one of the big advantages of being rich is I can help people… It's the only pleasure I have out of being very rich.
"There was nothing that Glynnis could do for me," he said. "From my perspective she's a gutsy lady who is prepared to take on the establishment, and the establishment is not always kosher and they just want to get rid of her," he said.
The report details Breytenbach's close relationship with Bezuidenhout. It refers to a letter in which Breytenbach allegedly said she had "always been trying to promote his interests". She allegedly motivated for Bezuidenhout to be appointed by the NPA on a retainer of R480 000 a month, and wrote to the
Breytenbach said she had not seen the draft report or the final report.
"I cannot comment on something I have not had the opportunity to read," she said. "With regard to your questions as to the allegations contained therein, I reject them with contempt."
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