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GAUTENG is at the final stages of launching the "revolutionary" township stock exchange, said premier David Makhura.Makhura was one of the speakers at the Gauteng Economic Indaba in Sandton on Wednesday.A group of businesspeople were at the final stages of setting up the exchange and he was confident that the announcement would be made soon, said Makhura on the sidelines of the indaba."There were a lot more black businesspeople who were interested in supporting the township economy. They have done extensive work, including applying for a licence. I’m very confident that they are close to announcing (the exchange) in June or July," he said.In October 2015 economic development MEC Lebogang Maile announced that work was being done on establishing the exchange.The township exchange would be helpful in helping township enterprises access funds so they did not have to be stuck at a small business phase, he said.The Gauteng government has invited stakeholders in the economic industry to ta...

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