IT WAS dark, very dark. It was an accident scene. The CEO of a big company crashed into my car at another failed traffic light during another blackout caused by another failed government monopoly, Eskom.
Fly-by-night tow-truck vultures descended on us from the darkness. They knew, as if by magic, where to seek prey. Being accident victims with minor injuries, the CEO and I were shaken and potentially vulnerable. The vultures pointed to water under the radiator of the CEO’s top-of-the range BMW. Without water, they explained, his engine would overheat and burn out if he drove it. They offered to tow it from the scene, keep it safely, and tow it to its final destination when required.
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