4Sight Holdings has been through the wringer in the past six years … so much so that even the hardiest small-cap punter would have approached the share with a great deal of caution. 

The company brought its artificial intelligence offering to the JSE in 2017, when it raised a not insubstantial R113m by placing 56.4-million new shares at 200c each. The capital raising meant 4Sight could fund a slew of specialist technology acquisitions which appeared to be aimed at building a compelling AI hub. ..

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