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MARKET WRAP: JSE rises to best level in four years on vaccine optimism

Lindiwe Tsobo

The all share gained 0.71% and the top 40 rose 0.51%

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Zondo sets down new dates for Zuma to appear at commission

Genevieve Quintal

Two summonses have been served on former president compelling him to appear before the state capture inquiry in the first two months of 2021

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Formal extradition request for Bushiris served on Malawi

Claudi Mailovich

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Karl Gernetzky

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