Retailer Pepkor plans to raise as much as R2bn to help it strengthen its financial and liquidity position to hedge against the economic pressures brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Pepkor said on Tuesday the proceeds from the capital raise will be used to help it reduce its current gearing level. 

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