In a sign that investors are not convinced about Tongaat Hulett’s turnaround strategy, the agri-processing company’s share price crashed by two-thirds on its first day of trade on the JSE after a seven-month suspension.

Shareholders, who had been prevented from exiting the company since June, reacted to its return to the market by pushing the shares down 67% to a record low...

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