The JSE tracked weaker international markets on Thursday, falling the most in 12 weeks, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq tumbling the most since March after reaching a record high earlier this week.

The Nasdaq tumbled nearly 5% following a streak of record-setting days over the past few weeks, with the fall affecting tech stocks across the globe, with Naspers and Prosus pulling the JSE all share lower on a day when all the major indices were in negative territory.

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