SA has won a landmark victory in the UK’s highest court in its protracted dispute over salvaged silver worth about $43m (R800m) lost in 1942 en route to the SA mint.

SA fended off the salvage company that recovered the silver in 2017 when it argued successfully that the company could not claim the silver or the salvage costs due to SA’s state immunity...

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