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A consortium of Tongaat Hulett shareholders is trying to block the proposed controversial rights offer that could cause the Rudland family-owned Magister take over the sugar producer.

Southern Africa’s largest sugar producer proposed a rights issue of up to R4bn, which Magister Investments offered to underwrite by as much as R2bn, in a deal that could see it end up owning 35%-60% of the company...

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