The JSE fell the most since November on Tuesday as a possible escalation of tensions in the Middle East and delayed interest rate cuts in the US weighed on sentiment.

Israel has vowed to retaliate for Iran’s weekend missile strike, which caused investors to move into safe-haven assets such as gold, the dollar and US Treasury bonds...

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