African Phoenix Investments (API), the company that emerged when African Bank Investment Limited (Abil) came out of business rescue, says it plans to fast-track the repurchase of preference shares after an investor delayed the transaction.

API’s plan was to pay R507m for the 13.5-million preference shares issued by African Bank in the years leading up to its collapse in 2014...

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