The JSE was firmer on Wednesday morning, with its global peers mixed as investors digest China’s clampdown on the technology sector and the spread of the Covid-19 Delta strain.

The local bourse was on track to break a three-day losing streak, with Naspers — which owns 29% of Chinese internet giant Tencent via its global investment vehicle, Prosus — also firming for the first time in three days recovering from renewed fears that China’s actions against private enterprises would spread to the entire online entertainment industry...

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