The share price of Christo Wiese’s industrial holding company Invicta fell to its lowest in 16 years on Tuesday morning, after  saying it is considering shaking up its capital allocation structure, and may tap shareholders or dispose of non-core assets.

The company, which has subsidiaries that include distributors of capital equipment, spare parts and engineering consumables in Southern Africa, is also considering realigning debt, and conducting specific inventory reduction programmes, it said.

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