Property company Safari Investments has drawn the ire of activist shareholders for more than a year over poor corporate governance, related-party deals and, most recently, paying consulting fees to nonexecutive directors.

Yet signs that the company is paying much attention to them are still discouragingly faint. The AGM, held a month ago, is a case in point...

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