Business Day BDLive – 31 March 2013
Chris Baron

…”I have never seen Saad being rude or bombastic, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he loses his cool with someone who is not performing and makes a decision to cut him quite quickly,” said Asief Mohamed, chief investment officer at Aeon Investment and a Bidvest shareholder. “My sense is Louw has not done this when maybe he should have.”…Aspen, it might be argued, has been lucky. But luck without skill was not enough, said Mohamed. “For the luck to work you need an Aspen-type management that goes out there aggressively, is entrepreneurial but makes it work. We haven’t seen that at Adcock.”