There was a sense of more corporate history in the making at Steinhoff’s first results presentation since the dramatically historic event of December 2017.

Inevitably this first public account of what has been going on behind the scenes for the past 20 months was a riveting event. Stakeholders globally got a sense of the near-heroic efforts being made to rescue some value from the destruction allegedly caused by former CEO Markus Jooste and seven associates...

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