Nassif made R19m from Kebble

2010-08-03 13:56

Former security boss Clinton Nassif made R19 million for work he

did for mining magnate Brett Kebble who was killed in an “assisted suicide”, the

Johannesburg High Court today.


Defence counsel Laurence Hodes SC told the court that according to

a KPMG report Nassif made R19 million from just one Kebble company, Spring

Lights.

Nassif previously testified that Kebble was his main source of

income, his “paymaster”.

This led to some hesitation on Nassif’s part when he

was approached to help Kebble to commit suicide.

Nassif lived the high life – he told the court he had many cars

which he changed frequently, these included a Porsche Turbo, a Mercedes-Benz and

two Hummers.

Nassif was the owner of a security company, Central National

Security Agency, and Kebble was his main client.

He confirmed to the court that around 90% of his business came from

Kebble.

He returned to the witness stand after lunch today after losing his

cool earlier as Hodes continued questioning him.

He was testifying at the murder trial of convicted drug trafficker

Glenn Agliotti who sat in the dock looking away from Nassif in the witness box

directly in front of him.

Nassif is a section 204 witness, which allows for indemnity from

prosecution provided his testimony to the court was truthful.

Agliotti is facing four charges – two of conspiracy to commit

murder, one of attempted murder and another of murder.



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