Mail & Guardian quotes Johannesburg lawyer, Rosemary Hunter, in an article on pension funds.
An “angry, distrustful and even vengeful woman”. This is how whistleblower Rosemary Hunter was described in an affidavit to the high court by her one-time boss, erstwhile Financial Services Board (FSB) chief executive Dube Tshidi.
Hunter is tall even when she is sitting down. She calls herself “ungainly”.
But seated in the Sandton offices of business law firm Fasken, where she now works, you wouldn’t believe her. Her look, she suggests, was co-ordinated by her daughter.