The doyen of the listed agricultural investment space on the JSE has been Zeder Investments. PSG Group owns 44% of it.

Listed in 2006, Zeder is widely regarded as the catalyst that prompted much of the shake-up and value unlock among SA’s many old agricultural co-operative structures. These had been largely overlooked by investors — mainly because of perceptions that the agricultural sector was an investment backwater and because the shares in even the biggest co-ops were not easily available...

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