The market is waiting with bated breath to find out if French media group Canal+ will be allowed to make a mandatory offer for the rest of MultiChoice in what analysts described as a unique case that has never been tested due to different regulatory requirements.

This week, MultiChoice’s board rejected an offer from Canal+ of R105 per share of the stock that it does not already own, saying that it significantly undervalues the company and its future prospects. ..

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