Vodacom’s mainstay CEO Shameel Joosub has backed the group’s business case, investing millions of rand buying the group’s shares.

The company, in its annual report published on Friday before its AGM set for July, said Joosub had made a big personal investment in the group’s stock since taking over as CEO in 2012...

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