For decades, the giant financial institutions which control the majority of South Africa’s savings have dominated the narrative around the country’s public equity market.

Their influence has shaped the market structure, while the narrative has continually emphasised the depth, sophistication and high global standing of the market. Yet, beneath this self-serving narrative, a disquieting picture has emerged: South Africa’s public market’s multidecade decline has now begun to accelerate...

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