The JSE was weaker on Tuesday, with its global peers mostly down as China’s crackdowns sent shock waves across global markets. 

The JSE all share was on track to end a five-day winning streak, pulled lower by tech-heavy Naspers and Prosus as the effect of the Chinese regulatory clampdown on the technology sector continued...

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