Leisure and gaming company Grand Parade Investments (GPI) has pushed back the timing on the disposal of Burger King SA by two more months, as it engages with competition authorities who have recommended the sale be blocked.

The Competition Commission said in June that the merger would significantly reduce the shareholding of historically disadvantaged people, from 68% to 0%, marking the first time a merger had been blocked outright on grounds of public interest alone...

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