It’s the most powerful fund in Africa, with R2.6-trillion in firepower. Yet in the aftermath of revelations that it used this considerable ammunition to dispense patronage, has a chastened Public Investment Corp (PIC) become too nervous to flex its muscles?

In a wide-ranging interview with the FM, PIC CEO Abel Sithole rejects the view that the PIC has become too timid and inward-looking...

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