Safari Investments and fellow low-income retail centre owner Fairvest have shelved plans to merge following a backlash from Safari shareholders, who said the deal undervalues their company. 

This sent Safari’s shares 9.05% higher to R5.30 at the close on Wednesday, its biggest jump in three-and-a-half weeks. ..

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