Safari Investments’ share price rose the most in two months on Monday in reaction to the appointment of two directors after a call from a big shareholder for a board shake-up.

Safari, which owns eight malls in towns and semiurban areas, announced on Friday after the market closed that it had appointed Greg Heron and Pine Pienaar as independent non-executive directors.

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