Ferraris, Bentley, Merc and a mansion — how Free State asbestos ‘loot’ bankrolled a life of luxury

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By Pieter-Louis Myburgh

High-flying businessman Edwin Sodi and his late partner, Igo Mpambani, were paid R230m for the Free State’s infamous asbestos audit project, of which they forwarded R44m to a sub-contractor called Mastertrade 232. This money was supposed to cover the project’s costs, but Scorpio’s latest investigation demonstrates how it largely bankrolled an astonishing portfolio of luxury assets instead.

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