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The boss of the JSE’s biggest black-owned investment group — with interests spanning a multitude of business sectors — says SA is "not a place for sissies".

Writing in the latest Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI) annual report, CEO Johnny Copelyn, an influential trade unionist in the 1980s, starkly outlined the challenges of doing business in SA...

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