25 luxury cars seized from Equatorial Guinea leader’s son sell for $27 million at Swiss auction

Son of Equatorial Guinea president, Teodoro Obiang Nguema, has, upon entering a deal with Swiss authorities, had his luxury cars auctioned at the Swiss village of Cheserex. The 25 cars included seven Ferraris, three Lamborghinis, five Bentleys, a Maserati and a McLaren. Teodorin, who was appointed the country’s vice president in 2012, faced the Geneva prosecutor’s office in 2016 when investigated over money laundering and mismanagement of public assets in Equatorial Guinea. More about this A F McLaren P1 Coupe arrives for auction at the Bonmont Golf & Country Club.…

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Tintswalo at Lapalala – a sustainable wilderness experience in the lap of luxury

As the sun began its descent towards the horizon, we drifted lazily along the river, surrounded by ancient mountains and bushveld-covered valleys.  Skittish waterbuck scrambled behind the trees as we approached, and a trio of hippos ahead of us bobbed up and down over the water surface. Above, a fish eagle surveyed us from its lofty perch.  Content and relaxed, I pondered the meaning of the word Tintswalo. In the Shangaan language, it means “the intangible feeling of love, gratitude and peace that you bestow upon someone who has given you…

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