NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART, BUT COMPULSORY VIEWING FOR ALL SOUTH AFRICANS
How To Steal A Country is beginning to make a significant impact in South Africa and has been included as essential viewing for Henley Africa’s community of alumni students. The importance of exposing corporate corruption and becoming “corporate activists” make this documentary particularly important for current and future business school graduates.
The Weekend Argus review: How to Steal A Country
How to Steal a Country has opened in Cinemas across South Africa, including the the Avalon groups CineCenter in Cape Town. Sam Spiller attended the opening and wrote a great review for the Weekend Argus.
How To Steal A Country – City Press Review
Terry bell from the City Press ask the important question of why the documentary has been released and what impact it might have.
Gupta-era bonanza aftermath: Inside the NPA’s R1.1bn State Capture salvo against Regiments Capital
The stage is set for State Capture’s battle royale as the National Prosecuting Authority tackles the ultra-deep pockets of Regiments Capital and its owners in a bid to safeguard more than R1bn identified as the alleged proceeds of crime linked to the company’s remarkable run of luck when dealing with state-owned entities.
Media Release: Uhuru Productions
New feature documentary, How to Steal a Country, will premiere at IDFA (International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, 20 November – 1 December 2019).