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From 1710 to 1750 in the blink of an eye. What happened?
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Gordhan summoned
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Gordhan summoned. check all the financials
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Gordhan summoned. check all the financials
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well you have to admire their persistence. If this move doesn't sink the ANC in the next general elections, then they should put themselves on the same stage as the Donald -
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Unbelievable.
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Any idea how this might impact on the SAB payout?
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Any idea how this might impact on the SAB payout?
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Monday, however, is the day the £74bn transaction will be completed, which means it is Monday’s exchange rate that will determine the rand value paid to South African shareholders. ie. yesterday's rate, so no effect, as I read it.
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As I said - I am afraid to shed my hedges notwithstanding the technical stance of Rand!
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