The JSE is set for its biggest shake-up in a generation to rein in the flight of small-cap companies. Africa’s largest bourse has halved in size over the past two decades, which has curtailed trading volumes and shrunk options for savers.

The exchange on Thursday said plans were afoot to split the JSE’s main board into two segments, catering to the different needs of large corporations and their smaller peers...

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