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Technology firm EOH, which is fighting to grow its business following a governance scandal that wiped out billions from its market cap, will offer its shares through a secondary listing on Johannesburg's A2X exchange as a way to make trading of its securities easier for investors. 

On Thursday, EOH — already listed on the JSE — said its ordinary shares would be traded on the A2X with effect from August 13...

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