Brimstone’s decision to exit the consortium that wants to buy Clover has come back to hurt the black-owned investment firm as the decision was one of the factors behind its loss in the six months to end-June.

The company reported a loss of R84.3m, an improvement from a loss of R227.1m in the prior period...

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