When De Beers delisted from the JSE in June 2001, the move was regarded as a blow to SA’s equity market — but not all that big as it remained an unlisted subsidiary of its sister company Anglo American, which remains listed on the bourse.

When De Beers went private, the JSE was still the platform on which more than 600 companies traded their shares...

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